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[Hands-On] With the Retro-Cool Heinrich Taucher 2

I have to confess, I’m still not sure what makes a retro-inspired diver. A large …
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Review: The Fears Archival 1930

I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to follow closely the journey of Fears watches since its re-founding in 2016. From their Redcliffe quartz model …
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[Review] Atelier Wen Focuses On The Details With New Perception

It’s been three and a half years since I reviewed Atelier Wen’s first watch, the Ji. Without revisiting in detail, my lingering thoughts are that …
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Hands-On With The Arethusa World Diver

Sword, stick, pencil, leaf, dauphine, cathedral – all different shaped hands, but at the end of the day all very much hand-like. I’m a sucker …
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Hands-On With The Transylvania Inspired Peren Nera Rogue X

Almost three years back I wrote about an interesting piece that was launching on kickstarter. …
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Hands-On With The Starry Eyed Isotope Hydrium Blue Night

Recently I’ve been experiencing the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon as it exists in our world of watches. Isotope is a brand that I’ve long been aware of, …
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Hands On With The ​​Charming Alcadus Dromo Diver

As far as dive watches go many can be regarded as good, some great, but …
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Reviewed: The Direnzo DRZ05 Dual Crown Solaris

The Direnzo brand hasn’t been around for that long. Their first model was launched on Kickstarter in 2017, and they appear to have been busy …
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