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Omega Aqua Terra 8900 Review

Most collectors come to know Omega by its legendary Speedmaster, perhaps the sine qua non of Omega heritage. But I’m not most collectors. For reasons unknown, the Speedmaster didn’t have that hold on me. Instead, it was the Aqua Terra, and to a lesser degree, the Planet Ocean, that got me hooked on Omega. I’ve

Tudor North Flag Long-Term Review

It’s been a long time since I’ve reviewed Tudor’s very first in-house movement in their completely new North Flag. How’s it held up? Ah, the Tudor North Flag, one of the most talked about watches of 2015. At the time, this was an incredibly risky move for the brand, introducing not only a totally new
The Zenith Type 20 Extra Special was one of the first watches from a major brand to go bronze, the trendiest material in the industry today, but it’s also one of the best. There’s no question that bronze is in something of a renaissance in contemporary watchmaking. Zenith didn’t start it, but they are one
Today we have a very special comparison—one that puts two leading Grand Seikos against each other. It’s amazing how these two watches can be so similar and yet so different—the same ultra-high quality hand finishing, the same company, even the same price. Yet, for all their similarities, they use radically different movements, and although both
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