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Hands-On: The Le Forban Malouine Dive Watch

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You can’t really blame a brand for digging into their back catalog. Vintage watch interest …
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Review: Oak & Oscar Olmsted

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Getting your hands on an Oak & Oscar watch in the past was probably a pain in the neck. By the time you did your …
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Hands On: Raven Deep Tech (2020)

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It’s been just over six years since Zach Weiss took a look at the original Deep Tech, and quite a bit has changed in the …
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Far Afield: 12 Field Watches that are Ready for Adventure

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There’s something about the warmer weather and longer days that just pair so well with a field watch. The slim case, simple dials, and rugged …
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Review: Doxa Sub 200

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Imagine yourself standing on a dock at night. There’s a wintery chill in the air — you’ve got a toasty navy peacoat on and a …
 

Review: Seiko 5 Sports SRPD Dive Watches

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Popping the SRPD on your wrist is a bit like catching up with an old friend after a few years of not seeing each other. …
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Review: Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon AeroGMT II

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Ball Watch Company is no stranger to the watchmaking world. They’ve been crafting timepieces since the late 1800s, always with a focus on accuracy. The …
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Review: Mk II Cruxible-Hellion

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Going down the rabbit hole of vintage military watches can be a hefty undertaking. There are so many little variations on the specs — with …
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Review: Laco Frankfurt GMT

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If you find yourself frequently bouncing across timezones, a GMT watch should be in your …