Stowa Flieger Bronze Vintage 40mm

The Stowa Flieger Bronze Vintage’s case is made of 92 percent copper and eight percent tin. The corrosion resistant and anti-magnetic bronze metal tarnishes irregularly depending on environmental exposure. As it does, each Flieger Bronze Vintage becomes unique. Stowa PR would like you to know that its bronze watch becomes yours. Is the new Stowa Flieger Bronze Vintage 40mm worth adopting?

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Wrist view of the Nomos Neomatik 41 Update

NOMOS Neomatik 41 Update

To say five grand is a crowded price point in the world of luxury watches is like saying the Bundesautobahn 565 is a bit busy. Buyers can choose from roughly a bazillion great watches: OMEGA, Grand Seiko, Oris, Tudor and on and on and on.  Fresh off the Watches & Wonders online trade fair, the NOMOS Neomatik 41 jumps into the fray with a thoroughly modern-looking and fashionable watch imbued with Glashütte’s credentials for proper mechanical timepieces. Worth it?

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STERNGLAS Marus Automatik Review

The dive watch’s resurgence is hard to miss – and easy to diss. The genre’s popularity is inversely proportionate to the number of people who dive. Never mind. In the interests of staying in business, Germany’s STERNGLAS says they’ve “listened to their community” calling for a dive watch. The STERNGLAS Marus Automatik is the result . . .

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STERNGLAS x Küste gegen Plastik LE

STERNGLAS has released a new Hamburg model spin-off: the STERNGLAS x Küste gegen Plastik. For each watch sold, the watchmaker makes a $17.80 donation to Coast against Plastic, a German environmental group that describes itself as “coastal people who no longer accept that the plastic waste literally falls at their feet by the sea.” If you’re a minimalist watch buyer who no longer accepts cheap watches that fall into your in-box, read on . . .

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Steinhart Ocean 39 Explorer LE

In the first half of the 60s, Rolex produced a Submariner with an Explorer dial (Ref. 5513). It didn’t exactly fly off the shelves; Rolex dropped the design like a hot potatis. Like so many Rolex of that period, the original lack of interest evolved into “rarity.” In 2018, Christie’s sold an original “Explorer” Submariner for $1m. For vintage Sub fans with a bit less money to spend, the Steinhart Ocean 39 Explorer is waiting in the wings . . .

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