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Seeing The Centuries: Different Displays For The Perpetual Calendar
Seeing The Centuries: Different Displays For The Perpetual Calendar

The complexity of the perpetual calendar means that when it comes to variety in their displays, the sky’s the limit. The perpetual ...

Avoiding Watch Buyer’s Remorse
Avoiding Watch Buyer’s Remorse

When amassing your watch collection, buyer’s remorse is essentially inevitable, but there are a few watches out there that will nev...

Elton John’s Peachtree Road Auction is Set to ‘Crash’ this February.
Elton John’s Peachtree Road Auction is Set to ‘Crash’ this February.

Elton John will auction off 31 timepieces this Fall in a collection that can only be described as quintessential Elton. Elton John is arg...

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 ...

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...

How Much Would You Pay For Freddie Mercury’s Plastic Seiko?
How Much Would You Pay For Freddie Mercury’s Plastic Seiko?

A prime example of a niche Seiko with unmatched provenance is blowing its estimate out of the water. It’s been a bit of a quiet summer in...

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...

Who Says A Summer Watch Has To Be A Sports Watch?
Who Says A Summer Watch Has To Be A Sports Watch?

Because life’s not always a beach. The minute that Memorial Day rolls around (at least here in the United States) watch writers imm...

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 Calculated Chaos Of The Cartier Crash
The Calculated Chaos Of The Cartier Crash

Watchmaking’s happiest non-accident. Writing about something that’s a cultural institution comes with certain philosophical p...

Quartz is Cool
Quartz is Cool

We may not want to admit it, but quartz is here to stay — and that’s a good thing. When we talk about watch enthusiasts, what we usually ...

The Tourbillon In The 2000s: Everything Everywhere All At Once
The Tourbillon In The 2000s: Everything Everywhere All At Once

Tourbillon evolution, fast forward. The tourbillon, as we’ve seen, was for the most part a device used quite rarely in watchmaking ...

A Purely Personal Take on Watches & Wonders 2023
A Purely Personal Take on Watches & Wonders 2023

Refreshes, Reboots and Disruptions from Rolex Watches and Wonders 2023 is the last remaining instance of a kind of event that used to d...

Standouts From Watches and Wonders 2023
Standouts From Watches and Wonders 2023

High notes from the biggest industry event of the year. One thing that makes watch collecting an absolute joy is diversity of opinion. ...

The Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir, Collection Privée Cartier Paris
The Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir, Collection Privée Cartier Paris

Although the Collection Privée Cartier Paris (CPCP) watches were produced for a relatively short period of time, from 1998 to 2008, the w...

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