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Caleb Liam

Caleb is a freelance writer based out of New Jersey. Since entering the world of watches, he has spent much of his time exploring the neo-vintage trend covering historically inspired, modern timepieces. Today, Caleb finds his greatest interests in utilitarian designs with outsized value propositions and in the personal stories behind up-and-coming brands.
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Nostalgia Machines Part 3: 12 Vintage Reissues Above $3,000

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Last month, we went in-depth looking at 10 great vintage reissues between $1,000 and $3,000, …
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Nostalgia Machines Part 2: 11 Vintage Reissues Between $1,000 and $3,000

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A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to look at 10 great vintage reissues for under $1,000. This week, we come to Part 2 …
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Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000: Caleb Liam’s Picks

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After a bit of a hiatus, a few weeks ago we re-kicked off our Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000 series with Zach Kazan’s take on the …
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Nostalgia Machines Part 1: 10 Vintage Reissues Under $1,000

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Heritage watches these days are overwhelmingly popular. Faux patina, vintage styling, in-depth histories, and modern revivals of long-deceased brands among its many other defining features— …
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Christopher Ward Goes to Sky and Sea with the New C60 Elite GMT 1000

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Christopher Ward, the British-based watchmaker known for their accessible professional dive watches, has today unveiled their latest model with the new C60 Elite GMT 1000 …
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G-SHOCK Releases Street Utility Military Series with Four New Models

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Japanese G-SHOCK is well-known for producing watches beloved for their multi-functionality. From streetwear style, to military readiness, to general utility as hardy tool watches, the …
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Bell & Ross Unveils R.S. 20 Collection for Renault F1’s 2020 Season

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Bell & Ross is likely best known for its famous square-shaped watches and the aircraft instrument panels which inspired them. Though always looking to expand …