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Christopher Ward Puts Value Back in the Spotlight with the C63 Sealander Line

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For fans of Christopher Ward, there are many aspects of the brand to cherish, though …
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Introducing the Baltic Aquascaphe Dual-Crown Divers

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The last time we saw a new Baltic watch, it was in the form of their heavily vintage-inspired Aquascaphe GMT. Bright colored bezels that evoked …
Review / Review

Review: the Benrus Type I Reissue

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I’m going to kick off this review with an admission that I’ve long been a fan of the Benrus Type I and II MIL-W-50717 designs. …
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Hands-On: The Seiko Prospex SRPF81K1 Tuna

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Part of the undeniable appeal of a classic dive watch is that it can be dressed up or down to suit the occasion. Kicking it …
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A Dive Watch for Mountaineering: Introducing the Seiko Prospex SLA049 and SLA051 Tributes to Naomi Uemura

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The last several years of Seiko Prospex dive watches has been studded with recreations of their own iconic watches from the ’60s and ’70s. From …
 

Review: the Grand Seiko SBGA211 “Snowflake”

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Many watch brands have a model that defines the company. Rolex has the Submariner, Omega the Speedmaster, Audemars Piguet the Royal Oak, and so on. …
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Hands-on with the Christopher Ward C60 Sapphire Black

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I feel like I’ve written or said this statement several times over the last few months, but it has yet to lose its relevance: Christopher …
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Owner’s Review: the Omega Speedmaster Automatic Day-Date 3520.50.00

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As a watch collector, it’s only natural to create lists, whether physical or mental, of the timepieces we wish to acquire. On one end of …
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The Seiko 62MAS Family – Three Generations Compared

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This is likely the third or fourth time I’ve told this little story, but for …