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Review: Hamilton Intra-Matic Auto Chrono

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A few weeks back, I wrote about the new Intra-Matic Auto Chrono, Hamilton’s latest neo-vintage …
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Review: Codek Spiral, a Watch Inspired by the Hairspring

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If you were to describe the Codek Spiral to me, I’d likely conclude that the designers were themselves spiraling out of control. At first glance, …
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Review: Lorier Neptune Collection

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Lorier is a two-person micro-brand founded and run by husband-and-wife team, Lorenzo and Lauren Ortega. Both Lorenzo and Lauren have a love for classic watch …
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Review: Monta Skyquest GMT

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I agree with Monta when they claim that, “[t]he finishing on the case and bracelet is what sets Monta apart.” Few small, independent brands achieve …
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Hands-On with the DuFa Aalto Automatic Power Reserve 9024

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Minimalism in design is a constant struggle to create something clean without overstepping into sterility. Too far in one direction, and the piece loses focus. …
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Review: Damasko DS 30—a Tool Watch You Can Slip Under a Cuff

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Damasko offers only one watch below 40 millimeters, the relatively svelte DS 30. Following the trend toward smaller watches, the DS 30 measures 39 millimeters …
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Hands-On (Video) with the Seiko Presage “Cocktail Time” ref. SRPB43

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The original “Cocktail Time” ref. SARB065 was one Seiko’s most popular watches of the last 10 years. Simply put, Seiko nailed it with the 065. …
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Review: the Fugue Chronostase—a Clever Take on Modularity

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New concepts in watch case design don’t come along too often. Although not entirely revolutionary, the modular case construction of the first model from young …
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Review: The AGT Automatic from MHD (Matthew Humphries Design)

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Racing inspired watches are nothing new. What is less common is a watch that has …