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Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41mm

New colours for the Rolex Oyster Perpetual, new design philosophy or a vintage revival?

With much of the watch world going crazy over the new Rolex Subs in 41mm, there was another announcement from ...
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Looking back to 1957 with the Breitling Superocean Heritage ‘57

With the threat of COVID-19 spiking again always looming in the background, Malaysia chose not to have a full-blown celebration ...
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Zenith moves forward following a turbulent 2020 and hints at a new project involving vintage watches

For the longest time, the showings from Zenith has been lacklustre. It seemed like they had reached their ‘zenith’ (meaning ...
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Rolex Submariner 41mm

The new Rolex Submariner is now in 41mm and the watch community can’t stop talking about it

After a short tease, Rolex has finally unveiled their 2020 update to the Submariner. The most visible change to this ...
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Breitling Endurance Pro

First Impressions: The Breitling Endurance Pro is a highly functional luxury sports watch

With vintage styling somewhat of a trend within the watch industry these days, it is truly a breath of fresh ...
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Seiko 5 Sports Versus Street Fighter V… Ready, fight!

If like me, you grew up in the 1990s, the newly launched collaboration between the Seiko 5 Sports and Street ...
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The new Accutron and other electric powered movements

This article started out as an introduction to the new Accutron Spaceview watch. This is the watch that takes the ...
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JLC Caliber 101

The smallest movement in the world was made in 1929?! It was called the Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 101

In the past couple of years, there have been numerous strides made in making ever thinner movements. Bulgari currently holds ...
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