November2016 / Page 3

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Introducing the Autodromo Monoposto Chronograph, the Automotive-Inspired Brand’s First Mechanical Chrono

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Cars and watches have gone together ever since one of the first two car owners …
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Hands-On with the Triton Subphotique

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Bringing back historical watches is a funny thing. Often, brands recreate something famous and iconic that both enthusiasts and non can relate to. After all …
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The Military Aesthetic: A History of Timex and the Sprite

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Recently, Timex introduced a reissue of one of its most obscure and immediately memorable watches: in collaboration with New York designer Todd Snyder, the “Mod …
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Hands-On with the Boldr Journey

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When Boldr announced their Journey chronographs several months ago, they were met with a lot of excitement and positive press. This led their kickstarter to …
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Damasko Unveils Their First Dive Watch at Munichtime

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Damasko, the small German brand (and in-house manufacture) known for producing robust tool watches, has for most of its existence focused on cultivating a line …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #67

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Good morning, watch lovers! We’re back with our weekly Instagram round-up, so sit back and enjoy all of the horological eye candy. Before we get …
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Hands-On with the Hemel 24 Field Watch–an Affordable Take on a Military Classic

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There is a good chance that you may have seen something of Hemel Watches come across your social media stream well before today. Prior to …
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Introducing the Longines Avigation Watch Type A-7 1935

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In recent years, Longines has done a good job at playing the heritage game, effectively leveraging its history to produce fantastic, vintage-inspired pieces through its …
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Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Review

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It’s impressive to think just how many different niches watches have evolved to fill. Divers, …