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Review: Grand Seiko Elegance GMT Ref. SBGM221

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Grand Seiko is a true independent manufacture without an obfuscated history. The line was founded …
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Review: Baume & Mercier Clifton Baumatic 10436 (COSC)

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Baume & Mercier caused a stir when they announced that their latest in-house movement, the BM12-1975A Baumatic, would ship in watches costing less than $3,000. …
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Oris Artelier Calibre 111 Anthracite Review

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In 2014, Oris turned heads with the release of the Artelier Calibre 110, a limited edition watch boasting the brand’s first in-house movement (also referred …
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Introducing the Erwin, Habring²’s Newest In-House Watch with Jumping Seconds

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Habring² is a small, Austrian independent founded by husband-and-wife duo Richard & Maria Habring. If the name rings a bell, it’s because Richard Habring is …
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Alpina Introduces the Alpiner Heritage Manufacture KM-710

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Late last week, Alpina announced the Alpiner Heritage Manufacture KM-710, a vintage inspired timepiece based on service watches the firm produced for the German military …
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Christopher Ward C9 Moonphase Review

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  Christopher Ward C9 Moonphase Review Case: 316L Stainless Steel Movement: JJ04 Dial: Midnight Blue Lume: N/A Lens: Sapphire w/AR Strap: Alligator Water Resistance: 50 …
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Frederique Constant Classic Moonphase Review

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When Frederique Constant released the Classic Moonphase a few months ago, it seemed to turn a lot of heads. Staying true to the brand’s philosophy …
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Introducing the C Ward C9 5 Day Small-Seconds

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Nearly a year ago Christopher Ward announced their game changing SH21 movement. In a single move, granted one that was many years in the making, …

w&w Round-Table #9: In-House, You Say?

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Recently, we’ve run a few articles on watches with “in-house” movements, articles that have prompted …