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Review: Seiko “Monster” SRPD25

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There was a time not too long when the Seiko Monster was considered something of …
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Review: Doxa Sub 200

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Imagine yourself standing on a dock at night. There’s a wintery chill in the air — you’ve got a toasty navy peacoat on and a …
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Review: The Ollech & Wajs C-1000

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There are some watches that you are told are tool watches by marketing materials, and others you know are tool watches because you pick them …
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Review: Bell & Ross BR 05

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When Bell & Ross announced the BR 05, those of us who had been to BaselWorld 2019 were eagerly awaiting the public’s response. I remember …
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Hands On: Tissot 1973 Heritage Chronograph

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Few objects transport you to another time and place like a watch. This, of course, is no secret to watch lovers – we’re keen to …
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Review: Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon AeroGMT II

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Ball Watch Company is no stranger to the watchmaking world. They’ve been crafting timepieces since the late 1800s, always with a focus on accuracy. The …
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Review: Mk II Cruxible-Hellion

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Going down the rabbit hole of vintage military watches can be a hefty undertaking. There are so many little variations on the specs — with …
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Hands-On: Lorier Gemini

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As I sit here, putting the finishing touches on this hands-on, the watch at the center of this article officially launched. The brand chose an …
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Hands-On: Tissot Gentleman Powermatic 80 Silicium

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As a member of Swatch Group’s expansive portfolio, Tissot has carved itself a niche as …