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Review: Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight

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Tudor has a knack for taking the spotlight at Baselworld. Over the last few years, …
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Owner’s Report: A Year In With the Unimatic U1-DW

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Some months back, I checked my phone while making dinner and the following text message exchange occurred. “I’m a few fingers of gin deep and …
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Hands-On: Autodromo Group B Series 2

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Autodromo’s ’80s-inspired Group B has long been my favorite of the brand’s watches. Late last year, Autodromo announced the Series 2, which ushered the triumphant …
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Review: Lorier Falcon

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Though the brand is less than a year old at the time of writing this review, Lorier has made quite the name for themselves in …
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Review: Nomos Club Campus

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The Nomos Club Campus is something of a quirky one. The original Nomos Club can cite a relatively classic and simple dial as part of …
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Hands-On: Maison Celadon Yue Fei Diver

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When Benjamin Chee founded Maison Celadon in 2012, his goal was simple, but bold: to put out into the world luxury watches that are “Made …
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Review: anOrdain Model 1

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For the minimalist 38-millimeter Model 1, Scotland’s anOrdain spent over 4,000 hours over three years trying over 160 enamel types from five different countries before …
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Review: Baltic Aquascaphe

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When Baltic released their Bicompax chronographs last year to great fanfare, I don’t think they imagined the challenge they would be creating for themselves. How …
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Hands-On: EMG/HKED Nemo Diver

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EMG is a young, enthusiast-focused brand that successfully launched their first watch, the neo-vintage DL63 …