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Value Proposition – Hands-On with the Mido Multifort Escape

Value Proposition – Hands-On with the Mido Multifort Escape

Founded in 1918, Mido is a company of the Swatch group based in Le Locle. For whatever reason, the brand is sometimes a bit underrated but deserves a closer look. Mido watches are well made and offer superb value. The Multifort was originally presented in 1934 and was among the first antimagnetic watches with a ...

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IWC INGENIEUR CHRONOGRAPH EDITION W125

IWC INGENIEUR CHRONOGRAPH EDITION W125

Hands-On: Angus Davies gets hands-on with the IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “W125”. This detailed review of the IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “W125” includes live pictures, specification and pricing.

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Waltham AeroNaval XA Pure Watch Review

Waltham AeroNaval XA Pure Watch Review

My fascination with modern looking (albeit traditionally mechanical) sport watches leads me to take interest in a healthy range of timepiece specimens. The Waltham AeroNaval XA Pure watch is one of them. Some of these watches are authentically able to rough and tumble in the wilderness, and some have all the ...

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REVIEW: THE JAQUET DROZ GRANDE SECONDE MOON WITH PRICING

REVIEW: THE JAQUET DROZ GRANDE SECONDE MOON WITH PRICING

Jaquet Droz released their latest model with a moonphase at Baselworld with the Grande Seconde collection. The Grande Seconde collection is inspired by the Pocket Watch created by Pierre Jaquet-Droz in 1784. The Grande Seconde Moon is available in two variants, one in stainless steel with a silver dial, and another in ...

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Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor Watch Hands-On

Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor Watch Hands-On

In recent times, haute horology brands have been paring down on their offerings by producing simpler watches. Greubel Forsey, famous for its tourbillon watches, released the Signature 1last year – a time-only, non-tourbillon watch that is the brand’s simplest yet. Likewise, Romain Gauthier announced its new ...

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Autodromo Group B Silver/Yellow Watch Review

Autodromo Group B Silver/Yellow Watch Review

Autodromo, the American micro brand, has built a reputation for making modern, motorsport-inspired timepieces with unique materials and design. Recently, the brand launched a new variant to its Group B line – the Autodromo Group B Silver/Yellow. Unique to this reference is the color scheme which is a significant ...

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Hands-On The Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon AeroGMT II

Hands-On The Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon AeroGMT II

The Engineer Hydrocarbon AeroGMT II is a classic modern Ball wristwatch: big size, bold styling, an aggressive tool-watch personality and, of course, the signature tritium gas tubes that give Ball watches their ability to maintain high visibility through prolonged periods of darkness. Most other modern watches use ...

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REVIEW: OMEGA SEAMASTER AQUA TERRA MASTER CHRONOMETER

REVIEW: OMEGA SEAMASTER AQUA TERRA MASTER CHRONOMETER

2017 is an important year for Omega. A quick glimpse shows the 60th Anniversary of the Speedmaster celebrated with the Omega Trilogy, among other marvels like the Speedmaster Racing Master Chronometer, Seamaster Diver 300M “Commander’s Watch” or the new Railmaster collection. Recently we reviewed the Omega Ploprof ...

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