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Brad Homes

Brad stumbled into the watch world in 2011 and has been falling down the rabbit hole ever since. Based in London, Brad's interests lie in anything that ticks, sweeps or hums and is slightly off the beaten track.
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Review: Nomos Club Campus

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The Nomos Club Campus is something of a quirky one. The original Nomos Club can …
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Hands-On: Maison Celadon Yue Fei Diver

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When Benjamin Chee founded Maison Celadon in 2012, his goal was simple, but bold: to put out into the world luxury watches that are “Made …
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Hands-On: EMG/HKED Nemo Diver

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EMG is a young, enthusiast-focused brand that successfully launched their first watch, the neo-vintage DL63 chronograph, last year. Their second watch was another retro-inspired chronograph …
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Worn & Wound’s Highlights From This Year’s SalonQP

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Perhaps rather surprisingly, London doesn’t play host to many sizable watch shows. Despite the many boutiques and watch enthusiasts on the streets, opportunities for the …
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Review: Atelier Wen Porcelain Odyssey “Ji”

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Rallying against the smoke and mirrors of the luxury watch industry in a slightly unconventional and indirect way, Atelier Wen is the creation of two …

Complications: the Mystery Dial

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Allow me to begin with an admission; a mystery dial isn’t really a complication. That is to say there isn’t any extra functionality or information …
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Omega’s Black Sheep—a Look at the Speedmaster “Teutonic”

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The Omega Speedmaster is an iconic watch, and its aesthetic is well known. The black dial with contrasting white markings and hands. The distinctive case …
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Review: the Fugue Chronostase—a Clever Take on Modularity

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New concepts in watch case design don’t come along too often. Although not entirely revolutionary, the modular case construction of the first model from young …
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Review: The AGT Automatic from MHD (Matthew Humphries Design)

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Racing inspired watches are nothing new. What is less common is a watch that has …