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Review: the Farer Markham World Timer

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I feel like it was just a few weeks ago that we published my review …
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Review: The Ollech & Wajs P-101

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Ollech and Wajs is probably not the first brand that comes to mind when you think of high-performance tool watches. After doing some research into …
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Review: the Traska Summiteer

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Traska is part of a new wave of value-driven micro-brands. Alongside the likes of Lorier, Nodus, and Boldr, they are young, both in terms of …
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Review: Seiko SZSB006 TicTAC 35th Anniversary Watch

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You ever see a watch and know you have to have it? That was me with the Seiko SZSB006 — a limited edition between Seiko …
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Hands-On: Zelos Swordfish V2 Diver

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Zelos knows its way around a dive watch, boasting a catalog that is almost entirely focused on making intriguing divers that are both robustly spec’d …
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Farer Bernina Hand-Wound Chronograph: An Exclusive First Review

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In the last year, Farer has dedicated themselves to the art of creating chronographs. A most noble pursuit, if you ask me, it started with …
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Exclusive Review: Aquadive Poseidon GMT

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Strapping the Aquadive Poseidon GMT to your wrist feels a little bit like hopping into a time machine. This heavy-duty diver draws heavy inspiration from …
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Hands-On: The Tudor Black Bay Chrono Dark Limited Edition

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Tudor is pretty regular with their release schedule. Most of their drops occur at Tudor World — sorry, I mean Baselworld — and then there’s …
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Review: Serica W.W.W. “WMB” Edition

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Vintage military watches have a vast enthusiast base within the broader collector community, and it’s …