As one of the quintessential examples of fine craftsmanship, solid gold watches have always been objects of desire, even among those who are not horology enthusiasts. To say that gold watches are experiencing a resurgence almost implies that there was once a time when they were flat-out undesirable, but this is hardly the case.
Everyone loves the original, but sometimes that's a bit out of reach - but that's fine - we love reissues as well. There's also some level of joy that comes from a watch that you're not worried about trashing with every enthusiastic hand motion. Check out a couple of our picks for reissues.
When it comes to the Omega Speedmaster 'Moonwatch' there really hasn't been much in regards to changes in design over the years - however, there's a few outliers within this extensive history. In this article we look into one of them.
Why do some watch dials age so interestingly while others don't? What is that Geiger counter out for? This article covers the different type of dial materials used during wristwatch manufacturing over the last 100 years or so.
When it comes to Rolex there tend to be at least a few different camps drawn to different pages of the catalog. Be it a specific tool, or perhaps something more precious and gem-set - Rolex has consistently had something to offer.
Uncertainty and unprecedented conditions have hit the global economic market in 2020 while the watch market has ticked along at COSC spec. Next year is poised to be even better.
By partnering with leading watchmakers, Porsche Design has been able to execute their utilitarian wristwatch design for nearly 50 years. The firm’s latest program allows customers to customize their own bespoke and horologically significant wristwatch down to the movement’s rotor design—all through an online platform.
There's a ton of attention given to a rather small section of the vintage Rolex catalog. When it comes to some of the lesser publicized references there is - in our opinion - a ton of value and style that tends to get overlooked. In this article, we'll talk through the reasons behind our love for the Oyster Perpetual.
When it comes to reissue watches it all seems so simple - pick a classic from your back catalog, reproduce it with modern technology, and then release it to wild acclaim. In practice, it’s a far trickier proposition and one which demands the harmonious melding of new and old to earn one’s hard-earned dollars.
To observant friends or fellow watch enthusiasts, the alarm complication can be the most striking and intriguing to see. Most often with two crowns or one crown and one pusher, alarm watches beg intrigue.
The idea of a watch created in an attempt to make a stainless steel watch feel very exclusive and high-end having a military styled arabic dial variation is quite a curiosity. In this article, we look into how exactly this came to be and how it fits into a small category of oddball references.
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