December2020

Article / Editorial

Seiko’s Big Year: Two New Dive Watches and How they Reshaped the Watch Landscape in 2020

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When we look back at the end of a year in watches, it seems like …
Article / Editorial

The Curious Collector: Why Do We Turn Meteorites Into Watch Dials?

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A few weeks ago, the NASA mission OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer) bounced a spacecraft off an asteroid. The OSIRIS-REx craft, …
Podcast / Podcast

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 166: 2020 in Review, with Special Guest Eric Wind

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On this week’s episode of the Worn & Wound podcast, we take a look back at the year that was in watches. For this end …
Article / News & Releases

Nodus Finishes 2020 on a High Note with Two New Additions to their Sector Collection

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In our recent Q&A podcast, a listener asked about trends that we’ve been happy to see take hold. A more adventurous use of color among …
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Military Watches of the World: Israel Pt. I

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In this installment of Military Watches of the World, we travel to the Middle East to examine the timepieces of the Israel Defense Forces. Header …
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Holthinrichs Teams Up With Revolution and The Rake for Two Very Limited Editions

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Back in October, in our podcast about great watches between $3,500 and $5,000, I mentioned Holthinrichs Watches, a small brand based in the Netherlands making …
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Damasko Quietly Reveals New In-House Caliber A26

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The work that goes into designing, engineering, and building a new movement is substantial, and the move is generally regarded as newsworthy. We saw it …

Watches, Stories, & Gear: Catherine O’Hara, Signals from Space & the DeLorean

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Get A Sneak Peek At Peter Jackson’s Beatles Documentary If you’ve got a touch of the holiday blues (and who could blame you, given the …
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Holiday Roundup 2020 Edition

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We’re nearly there, watch fam. 2020 has been one for the record books and as …