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  1. News from the Watch Industry
    Bronze watches are more prevalent now than they've ever been, to a point that I'd argue that there's more bronze than platinum available in the watch market at present day. The appeal is simple. To some, it's nothing more than a colorful alternative to steel, titanium, or DLC. To others, it's...
  2. News from the Watch Industry
    We've turned back to the community for another hands-on review. This week, our long-time forum member Boatswain takes on the Nodus Sector Field. Recently I was tasked with finding a simple sturdy watch for a family member that would be intuitive to read, waterproof, and easily wearable in a...
  3. News from the Watch Industry
    I've been meaning to pen this review for some time now, yet in hindsight, taking additional time to digest the Moser Pioneer Perpetual Calendar MD is a good thing for several reasons. Most importantly, it's a matter of not letting the sparkle and sheen of its visual characteristics distract...
  4. News from the Watch Industry
    I've noted before that watches coming from crowdfunding platforms have become a real crapshoot of late. So many campaigns look like someone had been playing in the spare parts bin for too long, so seeing the launch of the Stella Felix came as a welcome surprise. The NYC-based firm was spun up...
  5. News from the Watch Industry
    If a Rolex Submariner has long been on your shopping list, then so should a Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Original . There's a new model coming out in less than a fortnight's time to mark the model's 15 th anniversary, and with it comes Ball's famed self-powered micro H3 gas tubes, said to give...
  6. Casio G-Shock
    Someone must have thought it was a good idea to gild the lily at G-Shock and produce a special 25th-anniversary edition of the 6900 in high shine gold-covered metal. The 6900 series is not a luxury series, but it does stand out from other G-Shock models because it features a rounded dial...
  7. News from the Watch Industry
    This new Christopher Ward C65 GMT WorldTimer is fresh out of the box this past Friday. It's capable of tracking 24 time zones simultaneously or you can keep a watchful eye on three time zones at a glance by using the worldtimer marker. Christopher Ward is a British brand that specializes in...
  8. Hamilton
    For some of you, and you know who you are, no matter how much excitement and froth Hamilton tries to generate about the release of the Hamilton PSR , the tribute to its first-ever electronic digital watch, you will still fail to be impressed because the watch is neither analog or mechanical...
  9. News from the Watch Industry
    Whatever would Swiss watch brands do without their cellarful of archives for guidance and inspiration? So many new collections produced in the modern era are tributes to watches made in the heyday of the 50s, and with a collection named Montblanc Heritage , you just know this new collection...
  10. Bell & Ross
    Jekyll & Hyde, Bell & Ross, they both have a split personality, the only difference is Bell & Ross is aware of it whereas famously Messrs. Jekyll & Hyde were not. The new R.S. 20 Collection , freshly revealed in Paris, explores the more racy and speed-centric nature of the brand's personality...
  11. News from the Watch Industry
    When you have US$5,000 to spend on a new watch, chances are Lucerne-based Chronoswiss doesn't immediately come to mind (unfortunately). It's a marque that may not even be on the periphery of your watch brand awareness. But if you're looking for something individual, something unusual, classy...
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