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Favre-Leuba Raider Harpoon Watch Review

Favre-Leuba Raider Harpoon Watch Review

The Swiss Favre-Leuba Raider Harpoon watch (originally debuted on aBlogtoWatch here) is a distinctive combination of a few different things which helps separate it a bit from the otherwise crowded market of high-end sport watches. First, there is the classic Favre-Leuba brand, which is one of the many storied ...

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CWC ROYAL NAVY BLACK DIVER AUTOMATIC MK. 2 REVIEW

CWC ROYAL NAVY BLACK DIVER AUTOMATIC MK. 2 REVIEW

If you have any interest in military watches, then the name Cabot Watch Company (otherwise known as CWC) will probably be familiar to you. CWC was founded in 1972 by Ray Mellor—who for some time worked for Hamilton Watch Company—and the brand started out by taking on contracts with the UK Ministry of Defence to supply ...

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Ming 17.01 Watch Review & Interview With Ming Thein

Ming 17.01 Watch Review & Interview With Ming Thein

MING is a newly formed horological collective that just released their debut watch, the 17.01. The MING 17.01 is a watch with classic proportions but modern design. But, before we look at the watch, some context on the brand is necessary.

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Throwback Thursday: Universal Genève Cairelli Split-Second Chronograph

Throwback Thursday: Universal Genève Cairelli Split-Second Chronograph

Some might not know it yet, but each year, vintage Universal Geneve watches come closer to becoming the “next big thing” in vintage watch collecting. As four and five digit reference Rolex prices soar, there’s still room to snag plenty of cool Universal Geneve watches to add to your collection. Arguably, the king ...

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Introducing The Autodromo Group B With Silver Dial

Introducing The Autodromo Group B With Silver Dial

If you're at all interested in cars, you're probably very familiar with Autodromo. The small watch brand makes modern-looking watches inspired by classic racing and the results present pretty great value to boot. The Group B debuted in 2015 and since then has come in four colorways, all with black dials. Now the ...

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LIP MACH 2000 CHRONOGRAPH BY ROGER TALLON – A TRUE DESIGN ICON

LIP MACH 2000 CHRONOGRAPH BY ROGER TALLON – A TRUE DESIGN ICON

The watch industry has its own superstar designers. The first name that comes to mind for most of us is of course Gérald Genta. You also have a bunch of design studios, like Giugiaro, who has collaborated with a number of watch brands (Seiko Astron GPS for example). However, there are a handful of names in industrial ...

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INTRODUCING THE AUTODROMO GROUP B WITH A SILVER DIAL

INTRODUCING THE AUTODROMO GROUP B WITH A SILVER DIAL

One of the things that I admire about Autodromo proprietor and designer Bradley Price is his ability to distill inspiration into his designs in ways that don’t shout, “I’m paying homage to xxxxx.”  Nowhere is that more true than in his Group B collection. In the hands of someone else, watches inspired by the infamous ...

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Customizable to the Max, Yet Affordable – The Revolo Watches Concept

Customizable to the Max, Yet Affordable – The Revolo Watches Concept

Having a watch that reflects your personality, that has been crafted to your desires, designed according to your own ideas and to your own taste… Sounds like a dream reserved for the happy few? It was the case until Revolo, a Dutch company founded in 2015, had the brilliant idea to let you design your own watch. Now ...

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INTRODUCING: An eye for detail – the Ming 17.01

INTRODUCING: An eye for detail – the Ming 17.01

Ming is the latest player in the hectic world of horological start-ups. But before we get down to the nitty gritty of the Ming 17.01, it’s worth giving you a quick rundown on the backstory behind Ming Watches. Hailing from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Ming was formed as a collective horological endeavour by a group of six ...

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