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Casio MQ24-7B – Boring FTW

I took umbrage with Herr Farago dissing the Tissot PRX as boring. I consider boring a virtue: unassuming, practical, enduring. Problem: I couldn't think...

Dornblueth & Sohn Central Seconds

The Dornblueth & Sohn Central Seconds is our Minimalist Watch of the Day. (I swear it's a coincidence that WatchFinder released a video celebrating...

Swiss Railways Watch Sport Day Date

Thanks to Swiss railway engineer Hans Hilfiker, the Official Swiss Railways Watch was, is and always will be the most legible watch made by...

Seiko Solar Dress Watch ($85)

Back when I was a kid, $85 bought you a small house in the suburbs. Not really. But it wasn't nothing. These days, you...

Citizen Eco-Drive One Limited Edition

The Citizen Eco-Drive One is the world's thinnest watch. And? While no Watchbox video would be complete without Tim Mosso revealing whether or not...

Kiura Chrono: Minimalist Masterpiece

I recently ripped Italian watch designer Alessio Romano a new one. I dubbed his Ora Major "the world’s most illegible timepiece, comprised of two...

Stowa Onehand 44: Minimalist Watch of the Day

You gotta hand it to Stowa. The German watchmaker famous for fliegers - the most conservative of watch genres - is kicking out the jams...

125th Anniversary OMEGA Trésor

This is our minimalist watch of the day, and I'd best start with two important facts. First, the yellow gold 125th Anniversary OMEGA Trésor...

Ming 17.06 Monolith FTW

Whether it's a Grand Seiko Elegance Collection timepiece or a Citizen Pro-Master Tough, simple watches are my thing. As I scour the internet for...

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