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Chronograph

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A Look at the Fortis Cosmonauts Chronograph, the Other Spacefaring Watch

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Watches in space capture the imagination like little else in the hobby. There’s something about …
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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: Archimede Pilot Chronograph Trikompax

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I have a soft spot for chronographs. The first watch I ever owned was a chronograph, and I didn’t even know how to use it. …
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Longines Taps Their Archives For the New Heritage Classic Chronograph 1946

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For a number of years now, Longines have been making good use of their archives, putting out hit after hit inspired by watches that span …
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Introducing the TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Silver Limited Edition

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2020 marks the 160th anniversary of TAG Heuer/Heuer, and to honor the anniversary TAG Heuer is planning a year of celebratory tributes to the brand. …
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The Soldat Promessa Powers Vintage-Cool with Seiko’s NE 88 Chronograph Caliber

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Within the micro-brand space, I find that there’s still a dearth of mechanical chronographs. That’s largely contingent on the price — most mechanical chronograph movements …
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Damasko Unveils the DC86, Their Latest Indestructible Central-Minutes Chronograph

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The Lemania 5100 is a legendary chronograph movement that is something of a holy grail among chronograph obsessed watch nerds. We went deep into the …
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Introducing the Archimede Outdoor Chronograph

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Archimede is a German brand with an expertise in precision engineered tool watches that deliver a ton of value without compromising on design or function. …
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Introducing the Chrono-Matic 50, Another Hit From Hamilton’s Archives

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Hamilton’s newest chrono is a big, brash, and colorful tribute to one of their earliest …