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Review: Tudor Black Bay GMT

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2018 was a big year for Tudor, with the beloved Swiss brand launching two watches …
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Hands-On Video with the Nodus Contrail and Contrail 39

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Nodus has quickly made a name for itself in the year-plus the brand has been around. Already on their third release, the LA-based duo behind …
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Review: Gavox Legacy Power Reserve

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Few other than Michael Happé of Gavox Watches would construe a power reserve indicator as an activity tracker. But he’s right: if you’re not moving, …
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Review: DuFrane Barton Springs 656 Diver

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It sucks when your secret spot becomes a global destination, and few cities can claim that as emphatically as Austin, Texas, home to DuFrane Watches. …
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Review: Zelos Mako 500m Bronze Diver

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Despite the various conventions a dive watch must adhere to, the Zelos Mako manages to remain entirely unconventional. And it’s not just the bronze case …
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Review: Atelier Wen Porcelain Odyssey “Ji”

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Rallying against the smoke and mirrors of the luxury watch industry in a slightly unconventional and indirect way, Atelier Wen is the creation of two …
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Review: Pelton Sector

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Pelton is the second entrepreneurial venture of Detroit-based machinist, designer, businessman and all around interesting guy, Deni Mesanovic. His first was Mesanovic Microphones, where he …
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Review: Bell & Ross BR V2-92 Aeronavale

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The Aeronavale is the aviation branch of the French Navy. Breguet famously equipped the Aeronavale with the battle-ready Type-20 pilot chronographs, which have been, and …
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Review: Doxa’s SUB-300 Sharkhunter Above and Below The Atlantic

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As part of their 50th Anniversary Collection, Doxa recreated 1967’s SUB 300 Sharkhunter. Doxa only …