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Alpina Startimer Chronograph Gets Blackout Treatment

Who doesn’t like the external simplicity and internal complication of a monopusher chronograph? OK, there’ll be a few curmudgeons who want a double quota of …
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Hanhart 417 ES Welcomes Return of Flyback Movement

Hanhart continues to iterate on the modern rendition of their iconic 417 ES, which they brought back in earnest in 2020, with the release of …
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Hemel Taps into Mathey Tissot’s Deep History in Watchmaking with the Type 20 Chronograph

Hemel is a brand that was born from a passion in collecting watches and their historical significance. Their designs clearly draw inspiration from the utilitarian …
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Mk II Debuts the Paradive Type XIII Embracing a Unique Part of Military Watchmaking History

Mk II has always embraced the deep history of the issued military watch. Their watches are known for their simplicity, straightforwardness and sterile aesthetic that …
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Timex Teams Up with Nigel Cabourn for Classic Desert Watch

A simple, well done field watch is a beautiful thing, and a staple in many of our collections. Timex has a pretty great track record …
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Ollech & Wajs Introduces A New Bezel And Movement With The M110

Ollech & Wajs recently announced the M110 which marks the first time in the brand’s history to use a compass bezel. This is naturally surprising …
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Photographer Atom Moore and Equation of Time Collaborate on the Unique Fat Arrow Limited Edition

One of the coolest things to see in the watch world is when friends, colleagues, and people we’ve known in one way or another find …
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Hanhart Revisits Their Roots With New 417 ES 1954

We saw the return of the 417 ES from Hanhart last year in this killer Red Lion limited edition, and this year, Hanhart is returning …
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