Introducing Five New 41mm Omega Constellation Watches – Now With A Meteorite Dial
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2d ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN Omega’s on a bit of a roll with its releases at the moment. We’ve had the boutique-only Planet Ocean watches, the 38mm Seamaster Aqua Terra with the green dial and now a slew of new Constellation models with an interstellar twist. The Constellation is a great watch, but you very rarely see them at events or gatherings. I’m not sure quite why this is; the Constellation is an interesting watch; perhaps it’s the quirky looks or the fact ..read more
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Introducing The Citizen Caliber 0210 Date Watches
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4d ago
BY JOVAN KRSTEVSKI Citizen, renowned for their affordable quartz and Eco-Drive watches, surprised watch enthusiasts in 2021 with the Caliber 0200. This luxury mechanical offering, a collaboration with La Joux-Perret, garnered praise for its design and craftsmanship. Now, Citizen returns with the Caliber 0210, adding refinements and aiming to further solidify its presence in the competitive mechanical watch market. At 40mm x 11.2mm, the Caliber 0210 retains the original’s tonneau-shaped case with sharp angles, brushed and polished surfaces and polished accents ..read more
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Introducing The New Green 38mm Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Watch
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5d ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN The Omega Seamaster, we recently covered six new editions of the Planet Ocean which is now a modern-day icon as far as I’m concerned. The comments were quite split; some of you loved them, some liked them but were put off by the dimensions, while some of you didn’t seem to understand why they’d only sell them in their boutiques. Only one or two of the 30+ comments seemed to mind the green colouration, though, and that’s good ..read more
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Introducing The Jaquet Droz Imperial Dragon Automaton Red Gold Cuprite Watch
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1w ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN Okay, so we know that Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year for some) has already been and gone now, but that doesn’t mean the watches aren’t still coming along. Remember, it’s the year of the dragon not the ‘few weeks of the dragon while we release all our press material’. With that said, Jaquet Droz has released a new piece along the theme of the year of the dragon, and this one might just be one of ..read more
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Introducing The Zenith Chronomaster Sport Titanium Watch
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1w ago
BY JOVAN KRSTEVSKI Zenith’s Chronomaster Sport chronograph has taken the watch world by storm since its debut in 2021, quickly rising to become one of the brand’s most popular models. And if being chosen as the official timekeeper of the high-speed, high-precision UTS 2024 championship is any indication, then the brand’s dedication to precision and performance is undeniable. Now, Zenith is taking things up a notch with the introduction of the Chronomaster Sport Titanium, a lighter and more contemporary iteration of ..read more
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Introducing Six New Boutique-only Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Watches
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1w ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN With all the recent fanfare of the recent LVMH Watch Week concluding, you would be forgiven for not noticing that Omega released some new boutique-only watches recently. It might seem a little odd that they’d do that, but when it comes to boutique watches it seems to be quite regular.  Sometimes, a brand will make a big fanfare about special edition watches like that, while other brands see little point in going over the top for watches that ..read more
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Piaget Revives Polo 79 Watch In Gold For 150th Anniversary
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1w ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN I wasn’t around in the 1980s, so my impressions of it are limited. On the one hand I see those Instagram reels which show something like the 1980s Miami high life with some slow techno music played over. On the other hand, I asked my parents about it and they said it was mediocre. Obviously, not all experiences are the same; I just don’t understand why so many people around my age wish they were born in a ..read more
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Introducing The New Urwerk UR-100V LightSpeed Watch
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2w ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN Lots of people from all walks of life with all interests when talking about old things like to crack out the old “they don’t make ’em like they used to” chestnut. I understand why, but I’ll bet the generations before them said exactly the same thing as they fondly remembered the times of horsedrawn carriages or good old-fashioned scurvy, times that real “proper” people came from. Personally, I’m glad that these times happened and I get to read ..read more
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Introducing The Grand Seiko Snowflake SBGX355 And STGF385 Watches
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2w ago
BY HARLAN CHAPMAN-GREEN It seems like only yesterday I said on this very blog that “his and hers” watch pairs were going out of fashion thanks to big watch brands’ ditching the male and female collections of watches in favour of more neutral size numbers. Clearly, the folks at Grand Seiko haven’t made that change yet; perhaps genders aren’t such a big cultural discussion in Japan as they are in the West. Or, perhaps they planned these watches years ago and ..read more
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Bulgari Unveils The New Octo Finissimo Automatic Watches
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2w ago
BY JOVAN KRSTEVSKI This year, at LVMH Watch Week, Bulgari adds two stunning new chapters to the Octo Finissimo Automatic story, each imbued with distinct personalities and striking aesthetics. Octo Finissimo Yellow Gold Automatic 103812 The 40mm yellow gold case and bracelet of Automatic 103812 boast 58 facets. The flat caseback provides a comfortable fit, the wide lugs create a balanced connection to the bracelet. A deep blue sunburst lacquer shimmers beneath golden hands and hour markers, with slender baton indices ..read more
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