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Review: The Zenith A385 Revival

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Prior to the big reveal of their all-new Chronomaster Sport, Zenith quietly revealed the A385, …
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Hands-On With The Fortis Flieger Collection

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Fortis hit the reset button on their Flieger family with three new watches that look to set a new tone for the brand as a …
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Hands-On With The Nivada Grenchen Depthmaster

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Following the reissue of their Chronomaster Aviator Sea Diver, Nivada Grenchen is poised to launch the next chapter of the brand’s resurgence with the Depthmaster. …
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Hands-On With The Seiko Prospex SPB187

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Seiko dive watches have had a bit of a renaissance in recent years. If you’re a regular around here you’ve no doubt noticed. Gone are …
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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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Hands-On With The Batavi Architect

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I can’t recall seeing a watch like this in person before. I’ve seen wooden watches – where the case and bracelet are also wooden, usually …
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Hands-On With The New Christopher Ward C1 Worldglow

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We don’t see many worldtimer watches released from small independent brands around here, and for good reason, they’re difficult to do well and aren’t exactly …
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Introducing The New Farer Field Watch Collection

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Farer has announced a trio of new Field watches that look to encompass a range of utility from land to sea. That means these aren’t …
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Tudor Brings The Black Bay Bronze Bucherer Blue to the US

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It’s been five years since Tudor launched their Black Bay Bronze model in an attempt …