Timex Waterbury Automatics

Timex makes some of the best-looking three-hand watches three-martini lunch money can buy. Their designers have an uncanny ability channel the brand’s “takes a licking and keeps on ticking” DNA into modern yet classic designs. The new-for-fall Timex Waterbury Automatics are no exception . . .

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Review: Swatch BLACK-ONE Chronograph

Bauhaus is a very very very fine haus. That said, I doubt many buyers eying Swatch’s Bau collection watches are celebrating the German design movement’s 100th anniversary — or recognize the song lyric from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s 70’s masterpiece Déjà Vu. But the album’s worth a listen and the $120 Swatch BLACK-ONE Chronograph is pretty damn cool. But is it Bahausian?  . . .

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Graff Jewelers’ Threads Diamond Watch: “Inspired by the Connected Nature of Modern Society”

Graff — one word, like Cher — owns a diamond mine. Two? Three?  Suffice it to say, the jeweler has some serious stones. Which is what it takes to create a selection of watches that look like one of their mines vomited diamonds onto a watch dial. As always, chef don’t judge. God bless capitalism. And I don’t think that description applies to the Threads diamond watch above. It’s more like . . .

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