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What Is A Dive Watch: Where Practicality Meets Style

What Is A Dive Watch: Where Practicality Meets Style

While most watches feature a minimum of 30m water resistance, not all watches are dive watches. There are specific characteristics that a...

Best Luxury Watches Under $5,000

Best Luxury Watches Under $5,000

Watches can come in at all different price points, from a $10 quartz to a $1,000,000+ Grand Complications. Luxury watches under $5,000 is...

Women’s Style In Luxury Watches

Women’s Style In Luxury Watches

Watches can be another way for women to express fashion choices outside of what we may see as “traditional jewelry.” They can be a statem...

Rare and Revered Rolex Models

Rare and Revered Rolex Models

Discover two of the most sought after Rolex sport models: the Submariner 16610LV and the Daytona 116520. The Submariner offers a high wat...

Iconic Celebrity Watches From Hollywood to Politicians

Iconic Celebrity Watches From Hollywood to Politicians

Being a celebrity doesn’t just mean you’re in Hollywood, you can be a famous sports figure, political figure, musician or even a tech con...

Rise of The Indies: Independent Watches

Rise of The Indies: Independent Watches

Listen to a conversation about the “big boys” of modern watchmaking, and you hear a lot of the same—conversations about specific hi...

Best Watches Under $8,000: A Gift, a Reward, an Upgrade

Best Watches Under $8,000: A Gift, a Reward, an Upgrade

These days, there is no standard. There is no normal. Some are struggling, and some are thriving. How we look at the collecting hobby wil...

Pandemic-Era Dress Watches: All Dressed Up and No Place to Go

Pandemic-Era Dress Watches: All Dressed Up and No Place to Go

There are certain categories of watches that many of us grew accustomed to connecting with particular social or professional activities, ...

Collecting Together: Celebrate the Holidays with WatchBox

Collecting Together: Celebrate the Holidays with WatchBox

This holiday season, we’re celebrating the community that surrounds every collector; the bonds shared across generations, between friends...

Time Around The World: A History of Patek Philippe World Timers

Time Around The World: A History of Patek Philippe World Timers

As with many complications on the market, the world timer is anything but a modern creation. First invented by Louis Cottier in 1931, it ...

Days To Spare: The World of Long Power Reserves

Days To Spare: The World of Long Power Reserves

Power reserve is one of those things that isn’t always talked about or praised as much as it should be in the watchmaking world. We all l...

In Conversation: The Art of Collecting Rolex, Richard Mille, Porsche and More

In Conversation: The Art of Collecting Rolex, Richard Mille, Porsche a...

Join Watch Specialist and Media Director, Tim Mosso, as he sits down with collector, entrepreneur and race car driver, Drew Coblitz. This...

The Patek Philippe 5975 Stands Alone: A Multi-Scale Chronograph from the 175th Anniversary Collection

The Patek Philippe 5975 Stands Alone: A Multi-Scale Chronograph from t...

In general, the watches to buy are the ones overlooked by the mainstream and forsaken by hype. While countless collectors fret over the s...

Breitling’s Rebound and Growth: A Closer Look

Breitling’s Rebound and Growth: A Closer Look

Breitling – the entire brand – deserves more respect from watch collectors. Despite a few years in the wilderness, the brand from Grenche...

The Life of LineSport–A Deep Dive Into The Casual Side of F.P. Journe

The Life of LineSport–A Deep Dive Into The Casual Side of F.P. Journe

When people start talking about F.P. Journe, you’re destined to hear about the usual suspects–the Résonance, the Tourbillon Souverain, th...