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Discussion: Would You Pay $25 to Own a Piece of a Rolex Daytona?

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Would you buy a piece of a Rolex Daytona as an investment? Otis, a new …
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Review: Serica W.W.W. “WMB” Edition

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Vintage military watches have a vast enthusiast base within the broader collector community, and it’s no surprise that there are numerous brands on the market …
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“Stone Cold” Steve Austin Rocks a Sinn U1 SDR on “Hot Ones”

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The "Texas Rattlesnake" was one of the top wrestlers of his generation, and he's a watch guy, too.
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Introducing the King of the “Monsters,” the Seiko USA Exclusive Ref. SRPD29

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The “Monster” is undoubtedly one of Seiko’s most polarizing divers. Some swear by it, and others think the watch is true to its nickname in …
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Introducing the Grand Seiko Spring Drive GMT Ref. SBGE249 (Limited Edition with Timeless Luxury)

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From the beloved “snowflake” and  the Mt. Iwate variants of recent years, to the recent Seasons collection, Grand Seiko has a proud tradition of creating …
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Introducing the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum

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Earlier this year, Omega made a welcome announcement — the Swiss manufacture was bringing back the 321 caliber, the legendary chronograph movement that powered early …
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Review: Grand Seiko Refs. SBGV243 and SBGV245 — Two Watches That Will Have You Rethinking Quartz

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Watch enthusiasts are a persnickety bunch, and no time is that more true than when quartz watches enter the fray. “It’s just a quartz watch” …
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From the Archives: The Lazarus Watch – Restoring a “Franken-Seiko” 6139 Chronograph

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As a watch collector, you inevitably discover the awesomeness that is the Seiko 6138/6139 chronograph. From “Pogues” and “Bullheads” to everything in-between, these vintage chronos …
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NASA Launches Deep Space Atomic Clock, a Potential Game-Changer for Space Exploration

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Yesterday at 2:30 a.m. EST, the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, …