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Introducing the Ming 17.03 GMT

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There are a lot of travel watches on the market. You can find one to …
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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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Facebook Has Created a New Unit of Time Called the “Flick”

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Yep, Facebook (or rather, the Oculus team over at Facebook) has created a new unit of time, and no, it’s not a gimmick. A “flick,” …
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Baselworld 2018 Teaser: Introducing the Multifort Datometer, a Stunning Neo-Vintage Design Celebrating Mido’s 100th Anniversary

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Mido is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and to mark the momentous occasion the Swiss firm is tapping its archives to bring back an …
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Introducing Horae—Customizable (Quartz and Mechanical) Watches That Don’t Break the Bank

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It seems impossible to me that a micro-brand can offer Patek Phillip-esque watches for as little as $125 and not be laughed off the block, …
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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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Introducing the Seiko Presage “Baby GS Snowflake” ref. SARX055, a JDM Release With a Nod to Grand Seiko

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Seiko’s done a great job over the last couple of years making more of their catalog directly available to American consumers. That being said, some …
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Introducing the Orient Bambino Small Seconds, the Latest Iteration of an Affordable Classic

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If you’re just getting into mechanical watches and appreciate quality, but don’t have deep pockets, then you’re likely turning to the Japanese. Of course, there’s …
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From War to the Auction Block: The Story of Sgt Rowson’s Panerai Kampfschwimmer

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Watches, perhaps because they are so much more personal than almost any other artifact, have …