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Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6006G Watch Hands-On

Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6006G Watch Hands-On

The Patek Philippe Calatrava line of time-only watches has often been unfortunately relegated to live in the shadow cast by the brand’s more complicated pieces like their perpetual calendars or their instantly recognizable sport watch models in the Nautilus and Aquanaut. Honestly, it’s understandable since demure ...

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TESTED FOR YOU: THE FAVRE-LEUBA RAIDER HARPOON

TESTED FOR YOU: THE FAVRE-LEUBA RAIDER HARPOON

During a recent trip to Switzerland, I was given the opportunity to test the new Favre-Leuba Raider Harpoon. For anyone that has seen this watch in the metal you can understand why curiosity has been building around this minimalistic yet extremely over-engineered dive watch.

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Borrowed Time: 18 Holes With the Omega Aqua Terra Golf Watch

Borrowed Time: 18 Holes With the Omega Aqua Terra Golf Watch

The Omega Seamaster collection is made up of several sub-families, all of which spring from the original Seamaster dive watch that the brand introduced in 1948 (You can learn more about that original, groundbreaking watch, and other important historical Omega watches, here). Not all of them are dive watches per se, ...

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Farer Oxley GMT Automatic Watch Review

Farer Oxley GMT Automatic Watch Review

By combining British design with Swiss production and movements at fair prices, Farer have carved out a niche in a micro brand market which is now anything but micro. Introduced through direct to consumer watch sales in 2015 with no less than nine Swiss quartz-powered models, Farer have expanded their range ...

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REVIEW: BELL & ROSS VINTAGE BELLYTANKER

REVIEW: BELL & ROSS VINTAGE BELLYTANKER

Speed, as well as flight, has always been a key source of inspiration for Bell & Ross and its creations. Over the years, the manufacturer is probably best known for their watches that are modelled over flight instruments, as well as highly complicated speed machines. The latter had led to the creation of two speed ...

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HANDS-ON: THE OMEGA SEAMASTER 300 60TH ANNIVERSARY

HANDS-ON: THE OMEGA SEAMASTER 300 60TH ANNIVERSARY

It could be argued that since Baselworld 2017, the most highly anticipated new watch releases are actually a trio of very old watches. If you’ve been living under a proverbial rock I’ll help to bring you current; I’m referring to Omega’s 60th Anniversary group of near carbon copies of the original Speedmaster, ...

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HANDS-ON: The Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Garde Cotes

HANDS-ON: The Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Garde Cotes

For most brands a round 41mm steel chronograph would be unremarkable, but this Bell & Ross stands out precisely because of these features – it’s not an oversize square watch crafted from ceramic or some other highly technical material, which is what we’ve come to expect from Bell & Ross.

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REVIEW: GRAND SEIKO SPRING DRIVE SBGA011 “SNOWFLAKE”

REVIEW: GRAND SEIKO SPRING DRIVE SBGA011 “SNOWFLAKE”

Our Chief Technical Elf writes about her beloved Grand Seiko Spring Drive. The Grand Seiko Spring Drive SBGA011 has been written about everywhere, so we are not going to replicate with a full review, but one seen through the eyes of a collector, and what piqued her interest. 

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Roue SSD & CHR Watch Review

Roue SSD & CHR Watch Review

In this video, I would like to look at two watches which truly do a superb job of taking on brands such as Autodromo at their own game or producing classically inspired racing watches with reliable movements and excellent care. These are watches from the brand Roue and I have the CHR and the SSD here for review.

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