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Amidst Industry Slump, Swatch Group/ETA Looks To Reopen Supply of Movements
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Amidst Industry Slump, Swatch Group/ETA Looks To Reopen Supply of Movements

There’s no rejecting that the Swiss watch industry is encountering…

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Tempest Watches Carbon 2 Review
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Tempest Watches Carbon 2 Review

In December of 2014, when Tempest Watches sent me the…

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Horological Irony: The Dead-Beat Seconds
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Horological Irony: The Dead-Beat Seconds

It simply demonstrates what an opposite spot Watchworld is. A…

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Pairs Well With: The Tempest Watches Carbon 2
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Pairs Well With: The Tempest Watches Carbon 2

Recently, we explored the new Carbon 2 double crown jumper…

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w&w Instagram Round-Up #58
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w&w Instagram Round-Up #58

It’s Saturday, so that implies we’re back with another Instagram…

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Introducing the Orient Mako USA II
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Introducing the Orient Mako USA II

Orient’s Mako plunge watch has been the firm’s lead model…

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Two Years in with the MK II Paradive
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Two Years in with the MK II Paradive

Growing up watches were not actually something I considered. As…

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Farer Barnato GMT Review
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Farer Barnato GMT Review

With all the new brands springing up nowadays, it’s difficult…

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w&w’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 1)
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w&w’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 1)

A couple of years prior, we set up top notch…

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Introducing the Zelos Hammerhead
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Introducing the Zelos Hammerhead

Zelos has had a very decent run since its first…

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Amidst Industry Slump, Swatch Group/ETA Looks To Reopen Supply of Movements

Amidst Industry Slump, Swatch Group/ETA Looks To Reopen Supply of Movements

There’s no rejecting that the Swiss watch industry is encountering a decline at the present time. Fares from Switzerland fell in 2016, down 16.1 percent…

Tempest Watches Carbon 2 Review

Tempest Watches Carbon 2 Review

In December of 2014, when Tempest Watches sent me the Carbon 1 to audit, I was incredibly energized by what they had done. They had…

Horological Irony: The Dead-Beat Seconds

Horological Irony: The Dead-Beat Seconds

It simply demonstrates what an opposite spot Watchworld is. A great deal of watchies are sniffy about quartz and the manner in which a quartz…

Pairs Well With: The Tempest Watches Carbon 2

Pairs Well With: The Tempest Watches Carbon 2

Recently, we explored the new Carbon 2 double crown jumper from Tempest Watches. The Carbon 2 is a continuation of a watch the brand originally…

w&w Instagram Round-Up #58

w&w Instagram Round-Up #58

It’s Saturday, so that implies we’re back with another Instagram gather together including a portion of our #1 entries from over the previous week. Big…

Introducing the Orient Mako USA II

Introducing the Orient Mako USA II

Orient’s Mako plunge watch has been the firm’s lead model since its delivery in 2004, appropriately sitting close by Seiko’s SKX007 in the pantheon of…

Two Years in with the MK II Paradive

Two Years in with the MK II Paradive

Growing up watches were not actually something I considered. As a child and entirely through school, some external reference of time like a clock had…

Farer Barnato GMT Review

Farer Barnato GMT Review

With all the new brands springing up nowadays, it’s difficult for one to stick out. Many attempt and most fall flat, with just those with…

w&w’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 1)

w&w’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 1)

A couple of years prior, we set up top notch of some our #1 watches coming in at 40mm and under. At that point, the…

Introducing the Zelos Hammerhead

Introducing the Zelos Hammerhead

Zelos has had a very decent run since its first Kickstarter crusade that dispatched the Helmsman in 2014. The brand has since delivered an aggregate…