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BALL Engineer Hydrocarbon Original

BALL fancies itself the G-SHOCK of mechanical watches. They reckon their timepieces are ideal for hurricanes hunters, big wave surfers, aviators piloting the world's...

Oris AquisPro Cal 400 Diver

In 1986, Finland's Suunto Watches introduced the first dive computer: the SME-ML. At that moment, the traditional mechanical and quartz dive watch was doomed....

Audemars Piguet 15202ST Royal Oak RIP

"The 15202, aka 'Jumbo,' is the clearest contemporary connection back to the original Royal Oak in steel as conceived by watch design virtuoso Gérald...

Sinn 105 Design Analysis

There are three reasons why Sinn's carved out a special place in the traditional watch market. First, they're German. The now-unified nation has a...

Which Watch to Dress for Success?

A man's watch is usually his only form of jewelry. When a man wears a watch - any watch - he's sending a message....

Casio MDV-106 Duro Review

Watch models come and go like customers at the Moonlite BunnyRanch. Very few stick around around long enough to become regulars “classics.” The Casio...

Rolex vs. Timex – Why Pay More?

Rolex vs. Timex? I'm sure that seems like a loaded question. But many watch buyers don't get it. Leaving quartz watches aside, they don't...

Tudor Pelagos vs. Longines Hydroconquest

Two dive watches. One made by the Swatch Group under its Longines brand. One made by the Rolex group under its Tudor brand. Is...

BALL DeepQUEST II Review

Foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. As far as I know, Ralph Waldo Emerson didn't write about watches for the Internet. But...

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