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Baselworld 2018: Introducing the Tudor Black Bay GMT

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And the wait is over—Tudor has pleasantly surprised us all with the release of the …
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Baselworld 2018: Introducing the Oris Pointer Date Heritage and Big Crown Pointer Date Bronze

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The indication of the date on a wristwatch can be accomplished in multiple ways, though it most typically occurs via a small aperture revealing a …
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A Hands-On Look at Bremont’s 2018 Novelties

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“Purpose-built” is a term thrown around without much thought to its true definition, and all fancily worded marketing aside, it doesn’t necessarily apply to the …
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Hands-On with the Seals Watch Co Model C Field Explorer

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Military watch enthusiasts are a particular crowd. We tend to enjoy a watch design in which form follows function, robustness is paramount, and extraneous details …

Military Watches of the World: A-11, the Watch That Won the War

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England, 1945. A nighttime briefing of U.S. Army Air Forces personnel is in session, prepping the flight officers and enlisted men with details on target, …

Military Watches Of The World: U.S.A. Part 2

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A few weeks ago, we kicked off our Military Watches Of The World series with America Part 1, focusing on watches from World War I …
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Baselworld 2018 Teaser: Quick Hands-On with the Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical

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For military watch enthusiasts, there is often a simple choice to make: wear a vintage piece that seems undersized and flimsy by today’s standards, or …
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Military Watches Of The World: U.S.A. Part 1

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Much has been written already about the world’s iconic military watches and their origins, with numerous articles on individual watches appearing over the years right …