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The Value Proposition The Hamilton Intra-Matic 68 AutoChrono

The Value Proposition The Hamilton Intra-Matic 68 AutoChrono

The Hamilton Intra-Matic 68 AutoChrono vintage-inspired chronograph with a number of modern updates – yes, another one. To say that this archetype has been popular over the last few years would be an understatement. With the surge in interest in vintage watches, contemporary manufacturers realized that digging ...

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Found A Rolex Submariner 5512 With Possible Sealab Provenance

Found A Rolex Submariner 5512 With Possible Sealab Provenance

Imagine if, during your late night eBay surfing, you stumbled upon a vintage Omega Speedmaster with “Gemini 7” engraved on the caseback. You might stop and wonder, “what if?” Well, a sharp-eyed Hodinkee reader found something just as (potentially) good. A US-based eBay seller has quietly posted – alongside a jade ...

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Introducing The NOMOS Glashütte At Work Collection

Introducing The NOMOS Glashütte At Work Collection

Any day we get a new watch from NOMOS Glashütte is a good day in my book – and today we’re actually getting 14 new watches from the German watchmaker. So yeah, today’s looking pretty good so far. The new collection is called the At Work collection, with the idea being that any of these pieces could be a ...

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Hands-On Paul Newman’s Paul Newman Daytona

Hands-On Paul Newman’s Paul Newman Daytona

Since news first broke in June that Paul Newman's very own Paul Newman Daytona would be hitting the auction block this fall, it's been the most-talked-about subject in watch circles across the world, and with good reason. This is the watch that in many ways kick-started the vintage Rolex madness we're seeing ...

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Hands-On The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Small Model

Hands-On The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Small Model

One of the most common complaints over the last decade or more from watch enthusiasts has been that watches have, by and large, gotten too big for their own good. It's certainly true that watches are bigger now, in general, than at any other time in the history of wristwatches although size itself is, like any ...

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