The Pocket Square Effect: The Little Things That Make Or Break A Watch Design
The Pocket Square Effect: The Little Things That Make Or Break A Watch...

The pocket square is the most ubiquitous, underrated outfit-making detail any well-dressed man can utilize, but I bet you never realized ...

Why Two Of The Five Louis Vuitton Watch Prize Finalists Aren’t Wristwatches
Why Two Of The Five Louis Vuitton Watch Prize Finalists Aren’t W...

Time has many faces. The Louis Vuitton Watch Prize For Independent Creatives was established to recognize and reward horological and desi...

Independents to Watch: Furlan Marri
Independents to Watch: Furlan Marri

Amid the noise and fervor surrounding up-and-coming independents, Furlan Marri has quickly skyrocketed to captivate the world’s attention...

Vintage Revival: The Imaginary Return of Abercrombie & Fitch Watches
Vintage Revival: The Imaginary Return of Abercrombie & Fitch Watc...

Their vintage watches are hot collectibles, but could Abercrombie & Fitch ever get back into the mechanical watch business? This is t...

Will 2024 Be The Year of the Moonphase?
Will 2024 Be The Year of the Moonphase?

Taking out the crystal ball to make my 2024 prediction. Out with the green, in with the moon. A new year brings new predictions. It’...

Recommended Reading: Ming Thein On Lume
Recommended Reading: Ming Thein On Lume

And a quick look back at the problem of telling the time at night. One of the best of simple pleasures in reading about watches (and, I g...

Rediscovering A Revolution: Unconventional Watch Design
Rediscovering A Revolution: Unconventional Watch Design

Is the pendulum ready to swing back to watches that are anything but ordinary? Tastes in watches currently heavily favor conservative, an...

The Inbox: Rolex Service Intervals, Innovation In Watchmaking, And The Cost Of Craftsmanship
The Inbox: Rolex Service Intervals, Innovation In Watchmaking, And The...

Welcome to the WatchBox Inbox, where we answer questions sent to us by the WatchBox community. This week, we’re looking at how to store w...

Recommended Reading: Watches And Industrial Espionage
Recommended Reading: Watches And Industrial Espionage

Turns out crime does pay. I don’t know a whole heck of a lot about the gentleman who runs Watches Of Espionage, and that’s ju...

Please, Wear Your Watch
Please, Wear Your Watch

From the kitchen to the mountain, your watch can take it. Last week, on July 27, 2023, Kristin Harila summited K2 and, in doing so, stamp...

WatchBox Inbox: Getting Started, Too Many Rolex, And More On Water Resistance
WatchBox Inbox: Getting Started, Too Many Rolex, And More On Water Res...

Welcome to the WatchBox Inbox, where we answer questions sent to us by the WatchBox community. This week, we’re looking at how to start o...

Recommended Reading: ‘Hands Of Time: A Watchmaker’s History Of Time’ By Rebecca Struthers
Recommended Reading: ‘Hands Of Time: A Watchmaker’s Histor...

“Close your eyes and think of a watch.” – Rebecca Struthers, Hands Of Time The process of building a horological library is o...

The Bombshell Vs. the Bomb: Barbie and Oppenheimer
The Bombshell Vs. the Bomb: Barbie and Oppenheimer

When worlds collide and atoms split, there’s only one thing to do — talk watches. There are moments in history that are clear dividing li...

The Grandest Complication: Patek Philippe’s Minute Repeaters
The Grandest Complication: Patek Philippe’s Minute Repeaters

Making the music of time. I remember very clearly the very first time I ever heard a minute repeater, mostly because it wasn’t a ve...

The Rolex Standard
The Rolex Standard

No matter the question, Rolex is the answer. Mickey Mouse. Coca-Cola. The Olympics. There are few names in the world as recognizable as t...

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