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Rolex Deepsea: The Most Extreme Rolex Dive Watch Offered to the Public

Rolex Deepsea: The Most Extreme Rolex Dive Watch Offered to the Public

Titanium isn’t a thing at Rolex. For the most part, the brand from Geneva leaves ceramic, titanium, and steel-titanium hybrids to its sis...

Tales of Lume Watches: Where it all Began

Tales of Lume Watches: Where it all Began

To the vast majority of watch collectors and enthusiasts, luminous material is a wonderful thing. On one hand immensely practical for tel...

The Power of Necessity | Innovation in Watchmaking

The Power of Necessity | Innovation in Watchmaking

As the world remains at home, we are forced to come together—remotely, of course—to find a new way to work and solve novel problems. The ...

Anniversary Watches and Why We Love Them

Anniversary Watches and Why We Love Them

An anniversary is a wonderful thing—the celebration of a moment in time, the creation of something special. Collectors use watches ...

History of the Rolex GMT-Master Collection and it’s Evolution to Today’s Modern Sports Watch

History of the Rolex GMT-Master Collection and it’s Evolution to...

Few Rolex watches out there have maintained such long-standing desirability as the GMT-Master (now GMT-Master II). It’s one of the few wa...

Rolex Dive Watches: Robust Tool Watches For Any Activity

Rolex Dive Watches: Robust Tool Watches For Any Activity

Rolex and water have long gone hand in hand, going all the way back to the original Oyster case that was first unveiled in 1926. A pionee...

Omega Speedmaster X-33: The Other Space Watch

Omega Speedmaster X-33: The Other Space Watch

Anyone who knows a bit–and really even just a minuscule bit–is at least familiar with the connection between Omega, NASA, and...

Watches of Westeros

Watches of Westeros

With the final Game of Thrones upon us this weekend,  we’ve decided to take a look at some of our favorite characters and what watc...

8 Things to Know About IWC

8 Things to Know About IWC

There’s a lot we all know about the beloved International Watch Company. Famed for their iconic pilot’s watch collection, the longstandin...

The Lesser Knowns; 3 Unknown Speedmaster Models

The Lesser Knowns; 3 Unknown Speedmaster Models

Since its inception in 1957, the Omega Speedmaster has seen countless iterations through to present day. After cementing its position as ...

8 Things to Know About Panerai

8 Things to Know About Panerai

To this day, Panerai is one of those distinct and immediately recognizable brands that is loved by many—especially those with the wrists ...

Limited Addiction: The Best of Limited Editions

Limited Addiction: The Best of Limited Editions

Let’s face it, acquiring a watch that only a select few others will own is always an appealing proposition. We live in an industry satura...

Hublot Collecting for Movement Snobs

Hublot Collecting for Movement Snobs

Given the depth and breadth of their current offerings, one of the more appealing things about Hublot is that regardless of your interest...

GMT vs. Dual Time Watches: The Battle of the Time Zones

GMT vs. Dual Time Watches: The Battle of the Time Zones

Alongside chronographs and timing bezels, watches capable of displaying more than one timezone at once are some of the most practical on ...

Vacheron Vallée : A New Vacheron Constantin

Vacheron Vallée : A New Vacheron Constantin

The new Vacheron Constantin facility in the Vallée de Joux, which was officially inaugurated in October 2013, is a watch component manufa...