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Seiko and Citizen Dive Watches: Separated at Birth?

Over at Instagram the_watch_father asks a question often posed by 'gramers posting pictures of two watches: which one? In this case, we have two...

Hodinkee to Rolex Restorers: Be Honest!

"In a single decade, the market for vintage Rolex watches has accelerated like few other asset classes throughout history," Isaac Wingold writes at hodinkee.com....

Two Watches to Rule Them All?

In the video below, the man above modestly suggests a bifurcated watch collection for men. The Modest Man recommends two watches: a Rolex Datejust...

Watchfinder: Bremont Wright Flyer “Most Controversial Watch Ever”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiXloWKB_MY No question: Bremont deserved a right royal pasting for falsely and misleadingly claiming that its Wright Flyer watch's movement was made in-house. Question: how...

Hodinkee = ‘Ho Dinkee

The writers at Hodinkee.com forgot more about watches than I know. I've spent countless hours at the masters' feet, learning the history, business, technology...

Audemars Piguet Code 11.59 Name Explained

To promote the Audemars Piguet Code 11.59, the Swiss watchmaker purchased some expensive real estate: advertorials in Vogue and GQ. The byline-free puff pieces...

Rolex: Three Reasons Not to Buy One (Other Than Price)

If you like your Rolex, you can keep your Rolex. Or can you? That could well depend on your ability to stop someone from...

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