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MING 18.01 H41

Out from the abyss comes the MING 18.01 H41

Somewhere around the middle of last year, MING offered up a small number of prototype dive watches they called the ...
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Longines Avigation A-7 1935

Flying back to the past with the Longines Avigation Watch A-7 1935

For fans of the pilot’s watches, the new Longines Avigation Watch A-7 1935 is something to keep an eye out ...
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Mido Baroncelli Mechanical Limited Edition: A respectable dress watch at a respectable price

With the 2020 collection, Mido seems to be offering some amazing pieces at value-driven prices. First, it was a transparent-dial ...
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Bell & Ross BR 05 Skeleton Blue

Bell & Ross BR 05 Skeleton Blue: When the steel sports watch takes on a more elegant form

 It has been fifteen years since Bell & Ross launched the BR 01, a watch that housed a round ...
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The Hodinkee Eight-Day Travel Clock Limited Edition was launched and is sold out in less than a day

This new Hodinkee Eight-Day Travel Clock is exactly what happens when the biggest watch nerds on the planet (probably) gather ...
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Breitling Chronomat B01

Making retro ‘cool’ again with the Breitling Chronomat B01

Every watch enthusiast knows that a good steel sports watch is a must-have for any collection. It is often robust ...
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The new Seiko 5 Sports loses the bezel and downsize to a 40mm diameter

When Seiko unveiled their spiritual successor to the widely popular Seiko SKX007, the Seiko 5 Sports, I found myself thinking, ...
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With a black ADLC coating, the dark side of the Santos de Cartier is revealed

If there is one thing Cartier excels at, it is elegance. Even when they relaunched their “sporty” Santos collection back ...
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