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Hands-On With The Smiths NATO PRS-40

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“Hello. Mad Max props department here. May we have our watch back please?” It seems …
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Salon QP 2014

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If I ever make it, I suspect I’ll find heaven is a little like SalonQP. It’ll be less crowded and with a decent restaurant, but …

Hands-on with the Smiths/Timefactors PRS-36

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Reverso, shmeverso.  Forget limited editor Jaegers with fake agency logos.  If he could, Don Draper would have strapped this Timefactors’ new Smiths PRS-36 to his …
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Circular Arguments: The MeisterSinger Circularis

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French watchmakers in the 1780s and 90s faced what admen would call “a unique market challenge”. Watches were eye-wateringly expensive – the preserve of the …
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The Bremont Wright Flyer

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A piece of history being made and every watch a piece of history. There’s not much middle ground with Bremont. It’s either ‘Bremont? I’ve got …

A Look at the Timefactors PRS-9 Czech Air Force

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Flying watches nearly always have some heritage behind them.  The Bremont MB series, for example.  You’ll only get your mitts on an MB I (the …
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A Look at the REC Watches Mark 1

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There are plenty of watches with a story behind them.  Sometimes it’s a simple association – Breitling’s link with aviation, for example.  Sometimes it’s rather …
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A Look at the Oris Caliber 110

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Oris is one of those brands that does things their own way.  They’re independently owned for a start, and have been since Paul Cattin and …
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The Nomos Metro and Ahoi Atlantik

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At Basel this year, Nomos has done something so surprising that, had this been Geneva …