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Finding time with the Rado True Thinline Stillness

I admit I have always been a strong proponent for a design that is both aesthetically pleasing and more importantly ...
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Zenith Enters A new golden age with the Chronomaster Sport

Zenith has had a stellar couple of years, ever since their new CEO, Julien Tornare, came on board in 2017 ...
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Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic – If you want a full ceramic watch but have bigger wrists

Fans of chunky, high-tech watches will probably rejoice at the sight of the new Hublot Big Bang Integral launched just ...
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Making Waves With The Mido Ocean Star 200C

If you have been following Mido’s Ocean Star collection, you would have pretty much guessed that the new Ocean Star ...
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MING 27.02 is back, this time with a fume / guilloché dial

After winning a GPHG prize and consistently having their watches nominated for this prestigious award, you better believe that the ...
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Looking back at the top 5 most-read posts on TheWatchHand.com in 2020!

This year was a pretty chaotic year for the watch industry. All the major watch shows were cancelled but thankfully ...
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The King Seiko Ksk Will Make Quite a Few Vintage Seiko Lovers Happy

It’s one thing to take a watch from your archives and create a modern re-issue, but it’s another thing altogether ...
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Le Régulateur Louis Erard x Vianney Halter: Independent Watches Made (Relatively) Accessible

If I said that you could get a Vianney Halter piece for about MYR 16,000 or USD 4,000, those who ...
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