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Thomas Calara

Thomas is a budding writer and an avid photographer by way of San Diego, California. From his local surf break to mountain peaks and occasionally traveling to destinations off the beaten path, he is always searching for his next adventure, with a watch on wrist, and a camera in hand. Thomas is a watch enthusiast through and through; having a strong passion for their breadth of design, historical connection, and the stories that lie within each timepiece.
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The OW 350CI: A Ollech & Wajs And Atelier Zevaco Collaboration

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Before we get to the intro, let’s take a moment to go back a couple …
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Meet The New Siduna Expedition Chronograph

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Siduna has launched a Kickstarter campaign to back their latest release called the Expedition Chronograph, a bicompax chrono designed with Pre-Electronic era cues pulled from …
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Christopher Ward Goes Green with the All White C60 Anthropocene GMT

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Christopher Ward has partnered up with like-minded organizations to collaborate on projects to spread awareness on planet conservation as well as continuing the development of …
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Bangalore Watch Company Takes Flight With New Apogee

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Since 2019, we’ve seen Bangalore Watch Company evolve it’s line up of sport watches from the Mach 1, a pilot watch paying tribute to an …
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Introducing the Hamilton N. Hoolywood Limited Edition Khaki Field Watch

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It has been a little more than a decade since Hamilton and Japanese streetwear brand, N. Hoolywood collaborated to produce their very own edition of …
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Introducing the Frederique Constant Vintage Rally Collection

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When I hear Frederique Constant and Austin Healey, one word immediately comes to mind; tradition. Both brands, after all, have collaborated for 17 years and …
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Introducing The MAEN Greenwich Automatic 38 GMT

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MAEN Watches may ring a few bells for regular W&W readers; we’ve covered their version of a dressy-diver in the Hudson 38 Automatic, as well …