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Rado Ceramica Automatic Watch

Rado Ceramica Automatic Watch

Last year, in 2016, Rado updated their minimalistic rectangular Ceramica watch with a totally redesigned collection by industrial designer Konstantin Grcic. A number of versions were included in the release, all very stylish-looking and powered by quartz movements – which perhaps left mechanical watch snobs who ...

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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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F.P. Journe Chronomètre Holland & Holland Watch

F.P. Journe Chronomètre Holland & Holland Watch

F.P. Journe is often mentioned in the same breath as other independent watchmakers like Kari Voutilainen or Vianney Halter, but the fact is that he operates very differently. Unlike his contemporaries, Francois-Paul Journe’s eponymous brand actually employs a small army of watchmakers and produces around 800 to ...

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Oris Classic Date Watch

Oris Classic Date Watch

Swiss watchmaker Oris, known to the watch world most prominently for their reasonably priced sport watches, have also produced a number of "classic" pieces more suited for a professional environment. Now, Oris have revitalized the somewhat lesser-known Classic Collection with a totally new watch, the redesigned ...

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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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Manufacture Royale ADN Watch

Manufacture Royale ADN Watch

As the story goes, Manufacture Royale was founded in 1770 by the famous French philosopher Voltaire. Back then, it could count Jean-Antoine Lépine, a clockmaker to the French king, as one of its watchmakers. However, the brand faded into oblivion following the death of Voltaire until it was resurrected in 2010 by ...

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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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Girard-Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic Watch

Girard-Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic Watch

The new Girard-Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic (reference: 81010-32-631-32A) is an unexpected but welcome development, not simply for the Laureato but the octagonal luxury watch segment – I guess we could say there is such a thing. The Laureato had its phoenix moment when it rose from its ashes in early 2016, slightly ...

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Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Meteorite White Watch Hands-On

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Meteorite White Watch Hands-On

Here is an interesting watch that will no doubt be extremely appealing to a very niche group of watch enthusiasts. It isn't that the Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 product itself is a niche-appeal item (quite the opposite actually), but rather this meteorite snowflake version of it will be among the rarer and ...

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