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Review: Glycine Combat Sub 42 Bronze

I’ve never been into bronze watches. However, they seem to be enjoying massive popularity lately. To be honest, I can’t put a finger on when the bronze trend started. You’ll see it all across the [...]

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9 Watch Complications That Are Completely Useless

Complications might serve various purposes. Some are very useful, some of them at least can be useful. Sometimes they’re a display of the manufacturer’s technical skill. Sometimes [...]

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How to Identify a Vintage Omega – Part 2

In the second part of this series, we’ll focus on another aspect of any vintage Omega – the case and its markings. Over time, the patterns of markings have changed a few times. Some things [...]

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Review: Seagull 1963 Chronograph

Specs Case diameter 38mm Thickness 14mm Lug to lug 46mm Lug width 18mm Water resistance rating 30m Movement Seagull ST1901 – hand-wound chronograph, column wheel, 21 jewels, 21 600 A/h, [...]

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How to Identify a Vintage Omega – Part 1

Omega is a great brand. It doesn’t matter if you prefer new or vintage. It just is. However, if you buy a new one from an AD or boutique, the risk of buying a lemon is very low. Yes, you can buy [...]