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Review: Archimede Pilot Chronograph Trikompax

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I have a soft spot for chronographs. The first watch I ever owned was a …
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Hands-On: Nodus Sector Dive and Field

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Nodus is a two-person brand operating out of Los Angeles, California, and though the company is quite young, it has deservedly built up a lot …
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Review: Timex Giorgio Galli S1 Automatic

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When you hear someone describe a watch with hollowed lugs, an injection-molded case, and a gem set in the dial, something haute undoubtedly comes to …
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Review: The Defakto Transit is a Modern, Minimalist Watch From the Ickler Family

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Defakto is a small watch manufacture based out of Germany. Founded in 2009 by Raphael Ickler in Pforzheim, Defakto specializes in high quality, minimalist watches. …
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Hands-On: anOrdain Model 2 Fumé

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Younger brands can have a tough time attempting to carve out their own identity in a crowded marketplace. But Scotland’s anOrdain very quickly established themselves …
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Review: Autodromo Taps ’50s/’60s Era Racing With the New Intereuropa Collection

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When I think about automotive inspired watches, the brand that immediately comes to mind is Autodromo. Yes, there have been great individual watches and brands …
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Review: Sinn 104 I St Sa Matte Special Edition

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You asked, and WatchBuys listened. After hearing customer feedback on their yearly road shows (one of the few opportunities to try on a Sinn in …
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Review: Christopher Ward Military Collection

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As we covered back in September, Christopher Ward and the UK Ministry of Defence have teamed up to release a collection of officially licensed military …
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Hands-On: Grand Seiko Ref. SBGE249 “Blizzard” for Timeless Luxury Watches

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I don’t think any brand has had quite the ride that Grand Seiko has been …