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A new Movement: The Beta 21

A new Movement: The Beta 21

For most knowledgeable collectors, a watch bearing a mechanical movement will almost always trump one with a quartz movement. By simply taking a quick glance inside of the latter, these battery powered pieces seem to lack all the artistry and emotion of their...

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The Omega Ranchero

The Omega Ranchero

Those in search of a great vintage sports watch that’s both subtle and conservatively sized have a rather endless list of options to consider. At the 36 mm mark, there are many options, including Rolex’s wildly iconic — and for good reason — Ref. 1016 Explorer, though...

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Breitling: Vintage Watches

Breitling: Vintage Watches

In the world of vintage watches, Breitling has been instantly recognizable by their iconic designs and excellent quality. Breitling watches are now recognized by the vintage watch collecting market as some of the finest timepieces ever made, and overlooked for far too...

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Patek: Fine Vintage Chronograph Watches

Patek: Fine Vintage Chronograph Watches

In watchmaking and watch collecting circles, the term “holy trinity” often comes up. Its reserved for only the finest vintage chronograph watches. This phrase is used to describe three manufactures that many believe to be the finest and foremost, as a result of their...

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The Rolex watch: A tradition of quality

The Rolex watch: A tradition of quality

For over a century, the Rolex watch has been synonymous with impeccable quality, iconic designs, trusted reliability, and blue-chip investment status. When looking to put your hard-earned money into a fine timepiece — be it vintage or modern — there are few better...

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The Big Eye

The Big Eye

If you’ve been paying close attention the vintage watch market over the past six months, you’ll surely be aware of the craze for rare Heuer chronographs that’s currently being experienced. In their heyday, the now iconic watchmaker truly produced some of the finest...

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The Alarm watch: The Memovox

 The alarm function is, in some ways, an underrated and unique complication in a watch. Like most other complications, we never really need it in today’s world, where any alarm is typically set with an iPhone or something similar (who really has an alarm clock at home...

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