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Review: Mercer Lexington Chronograph

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The American watch boom is here in force with brands from every corner of the …
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Introducing the Slim C5 Malvern 595 from Christopher Ward

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Whatever your opinion of the brand is overall, it’s difficult to argue that Christopher Ward isn’t ambitious. The British firm has built their reputation on …
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Introducing Moduco Watches

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“Architectural” is a word that gets tossed around frequently in design circles, and it’s easy enough to see why. Architecture is industrial design writ large—the …
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Hands-On with the Archimede Pilot 42 GMT

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As we all evolve as watch enthusiasts and collectors, our own personal microcosms usually start to mold to our own tastes and prejudices. Case in …
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Marking the Win with Hamilton

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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is more than a cathedral of speed—it’s the Vatican. Since 1911, the fastest men in the world have come to these …
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Introducing the Brellum Duobox Pandial Chronographs

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Very few players hit a home run in their first at-bat. For those rare few that do, that first-time homer turns out to be a …
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Hands-On with the Mido “Inspired by Architecture” Limited Edition, a Timepiece Celebrating the Guggenheim

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Mido is one of those brands that has, in North America at least, flown under the radar of many enthusiasts for years, quietly producing excellent …
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Hands-On with the Elliot Brown Tyneham

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“Form follows function” is one of the oldest rules in design, and it’s endured through the ages for good reason. The idea that the shape …
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Introducing the Autodromo GT Owner’s Edition and Endurance Chronographs, Designed In Collaboration with Ford Motor Company

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One of the greatest things about covering the micro-brand segment of the watch industry is …