January2017 / Page 4

Review / Review

MeisterSinger Phanero Review

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One of the most memorable booths from Basel World 2016 was Meistersinger’s. It wasn’t because …
Article / Featured

The Horological Origins of the New Year’s Ball Drop

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Every year, millions of people tune in–or they actually make their way down to–the New Year’s ball drop at Times Square. It has been a …

Affordable Vintage: Seiko Champion Alpinist

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When most vintage enthusiasts think of Seiko, divers and chronographs are what usually come to mind, and rightfully so. Seiko’s place in the pantheon of …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #73

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We’re back with our first Instagram round-up of 2017! Let’s kick things off right with a killer selection of 10 watches you guys brought to …
Review / Review

Hands-On with the Dan Henry 1947

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Just a few months back, we had the pleasure of introducing you to the Dan Henry collection of watches. This suite of watches took us …
Article / Interviews

A Restoration Story: Breathing New Life Into a $45 Timex “Roulette”

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Timex, oftentimes one of the most overlooked brands in watchmaking, has a long and storied history, forever intertwined with the East Coast’s Industrial Revolution that …

My Watch: the Enduring Simplicity of the Stowa Antea KS, and Why I Won’t Flip Mine Anytime Soon

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When I first got into collecting watches, I was initially drawn to the sportier sort—primarily rugged tool divers and chronographs (one of my first big …

Field Test: the Casio G-Shock DW-5600E-1V Braves the Elements in Iceland

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Days before leaving for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to Iceland, I had already answered the question that plagued my mind the most: which watch should I …
Article / Vintage

From the Archives: McQueen to Mil-Spec, the Benrus Bullitt and the Type I/II

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As far as historically American watch companies go, Benrus is without a doubt one of …