This week on 'Under the Radar', Tyler talks through his passion for collecting Zodiac timepieces from the 1950s through 1970s. Diving into the details on the brand in general as well as showcasing some pieces from his personal collection.
This week Cam talks through a historically impressive piece with equally impressive horological significance. This 1963 Rolex GMT-Master Ref. 1675 is sure to have something for everyone.
In this weeks episode of 'Under the Radar', Tyler talks us through this interesting Elgin piece from the 1960s while discussing the history of the brand and why this piece checks the boxes when it comes to vintage collectability.
We're all very familiar with the 'big' tool watches, the divers, the racing watches, the perpetual calendars (to an extent) but one of the most common utilitarian timepiece trends could be doctors and scientists. In this article, we dive into some of these 'other' tool watches and their historical uses.
When it comes to iconic watch designs the Patek Philippe Nautilus is always going to rank near the top. This timeless Gerald Genta design continues to impress 40+ years after its release.
In this weeks episode of 'Under the Radar', Tyler takes us through the multi-branded Chronomaster Aviator Sea Diver vintage chronographs. These watches were produced under a number of brand names, with a seemingly endless amount of dial variations.
As watch enthusiasts, we love obsessing about the various complications and features of our timepieces, regardless of their actual practicality in our modern lives. The helium escape valve may be the absolute least practical complication.
In this week's episode of "What Is On My Wrist" Cam reviews and unboxes the new Benrus Type I Limited Edition reissue.
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.
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