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Oris Chronoris: A Chronograph in Disguise
Posted by Charles T. on July 22, 2020

Which watch instantly comes to mind when you think of a chronograph? Perhaps the Omega Speedmaster, Zenith El-Primero, or Rolex Daytona? Regardless, you’re probably thinking of a watch with six hands and three subdials, positioned at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock. But that’s not the case with Oris’ first chronograph, the Oris Chronoris Star. Originally […]

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Doxa SUB 1500T: The Original Clockwork Orange
Posted by Jason Swire on July 15, 2020

What makes an iconic watch? Is it the one that did something first, or the one that did it best? When we look into the history of dive watches there were several released in the wake of World War 2 that have become modern icons; the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms from 1953, followed a year later […]

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MeisterSinger No. 1: Single-Handedly Slowing Down Time
Posted by Jason Swire on June 29, 2020

Time can be a difficult thing to keep track of when working from home, despite being surrounded on all sides by digital clocks. Days of the week tend to blur together, a work-life balance becomes increasingly ephemeral, and daily rituals that once took place in clearly defined timeslots are now cut adrift like loose flotsam […]

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The Bulova Lunar Pilot: The Forgotten Space Race Contender
Posted by Jason Swire on June 23, 2020

While fans of space exploration are usually familiar with the Omega Speedmaster Professional as the watch of choice for NASA, there is another kid on the spacefaring block you might not have heard of. The Bulova Lunar Pilot is a modern take on a historic timepiece that was worn on the moon by astronaut David […]

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