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The Best Vintage Watches And Where To Buy Them guide

Age enhances many matters. Guys, wine (occasionally ), automobiles and most certainly watches. It’s the principal reason why every watch brand’s R&D section spends half of its time covered in publication dust down in the archives in an attempt to locate the most vague reference to reissue. Vintage watches are…

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Porsche Design: Monobloc Actuator Collection

Monobloc Actuator Collection

The history of Porsche Design is rich of innovations in the watchmaking industry, including the first all-black and the first all-titanium watches ever produced. Thanks to the unique cooperation with Porsche motorsports, Porsche Design has been often able to incorporate the latest knowledge and technology from the world of racing…

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Omega 1957 Trilogy Limited Editions

The Speedmaster 60th Anniversary Limited Edition 38.6 mm (ref. 311.

In 1957 Omega released three professional timepieces that would all go on to become absolute classics: the Seamaster 300, the Railmaster and the Speedmaster. This year, Omega pays tribute to these three timepieces by releasing special 60th Anniversary editions of each model, which can be acquired separately or as a…

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The latest model presented by H. Moser & Cie. once again remarks the philosophy and ambition of the Schaffhausen-based manufacture: making the complex simple. Available in a limited edition of 50 pieces, the midnight-blue fumé dial of the new Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Purity is entirely minimalist, with no logo and…

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New Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph Automatic

new Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph Automatic

In line with the motor racing theme inspiring the collection, the new Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph Automatic has many details that recall vintage sport cars, starting with the 43 mm stainless steel case that has been satinated for an automotive look and better resistance to scratches. Its look is strongly characterised…

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