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Reviewing The Rolex Submariner 116610LV In Green Watch

Rolex Submariner 116610LV In Green Watch

The Rolex Submariner Date reference 116610LV, aka “Hulk,” is the Rolex Submariner for men we all know and love (there are always dissenters, I imagine) but with a green ceramic bezel and green dial. It commands a price premium over the more traditional black ceramic bezel and matching black dial “classic”…

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All divers’ watches share certain characteristics that make them divers’ watches: unidirectional rotating bezels, secure screw-down crowns, higher-than-typical water resistance. Some of these divers’ watches, however, go the extra mile (or fathom), with cases that can descend to 3,000 or even 4,000 meters, chronographs operable at incredible depths, or high-tech…

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Bamford Heritage Series Customized Rolex Watches

Mention Bamford Watch Department and you’ll get mixed looks from watch lovers. Understandably, there are those who think that customizing a Rolex is almost sacrilegious. On the other hand, there are those who defend Bamford and insist that they provide a cool option for watch lovers who love Rolex but want…

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Introducing Some Brand Dive Watches

Below, we take a look at seven of these “extreme” dive watches and what sets them apart from the pack. Some of these divers’ watches, however, go the extra mile (or fathom), with cases that can descend to 3,000 or even 4,000 meters, chronographs operable at incredible depths, or high-tech…

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Reviewing Rolex Milgauss Antimagnetic Attraction

Rolex Milgauss

The updated version of the 1950s’ Rolex Milgauss is a hit among Rolex fans. Is this re-engineered classic, with its improved protection against magnetism, worth the investment? Writer Jens Koch and photographer Nik Schölzel find out in this test feature from the WatchTime archives. Magnetic fields are invisible and do…

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