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First Look: Zodiac x Topper Fine Jewelers Launch Three Limited-Edition Sea Wolfs

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Zodiac has been all about exceeding expectations lately. As the top of the line brand …
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Hands-On with the DuFa Aalto Automatic Power Reserve 9024

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Minimalism in design is a constant struggle to create something clean without overstepping into sterility. Too far in one direction, and the piece loses focus. …
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Review: Tissot Heritage 1948 Chronograph

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There’s a phrase in French that the English language has no equivalent for: jolie laide. Roughly translated, it means unconventionally beautiful, with the added subtext …
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Introducing the Nezumi Corbeau Chronograph Collection

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Since bursting onto the scene a few years ago with a ‘70s-inspired racing chronograph dubbed the Voiture, Nezumi has churned out a slew of well-designed …
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Introducing the Renaissance Collection from Bangalore Watch Company

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Fine watchmaking is a more global phenomenon now than it’s ever been. Small-brand watchmakers from Brooklyn to Beijing are challenging the Swiss status quo, with …
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Introducing the BOLDR Odyssey Bronze Collection

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The bronze diver blitz of the past few years shows no signs of stopping in 2018, with names all over the industry using the rugged …
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Review: Autodromo Ford GT Endurance Chronograph Collection

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Watch collecting, on some level, is a game of compromises. Every collector has their own dream timepiece, even if it’s an abstract concept, and while …
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Introducing the Optik Instruments Horizon—a Clever Take on the “Single-Hand” Concept

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Kickstarter can be a mixed bag, but every now and then you’ll find an inventive and well-thought-out watch worth a mention. Case in point: The …
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Hands-On with the 4th Dimension Concrete Watch Minimal Edition from 22 Design Studio

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The argument that mechanical timepieces are completely impractical in the modern world is the oldest, …