Month: December 2019
A Week On The Wrist: The Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight

A Week On The Wrist: The Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight

There is no archetype in the history of horology that has generated more variations, more interpretations, and more attempts at reinvention than the mid-century dive watch. I don’t even have to say the names of the watches that started this genre, since you probably spoke them out loud to yourself at the end of my […]

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Introducing the Nomos Tangente Sport Limited Edition for Hodinkee

Introducing the Nomos Tangente Sport Limited Edition for Hodinkee

Hodinkee has announced their latest limited edition collaboration,  and it’s their second time partnering with Nomos. The Tangente Sport Limited Edition for Hodinkee brings back a cult favorite Nomos design, with a striking new dial and a modern look. Let’s take a closer look at this reintroduced Nomos classic. Nomos Tangente Sport Limited Edition for […]

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Photo Report: Dubai Watch Week

Photo Report: Dubai Watch Week

Dubai Watch Week is an anomaly among watch shows. It’s not organized by any brand or group of brands, but is instead produced by one of the largest watch retailers in the world. Ahmed Seddiqi and Sons was founded as a family business, operating out of a single location in Dubai, in 1949. Since then […]

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Muhle Glashutte Rasmus 2000

How Far Below Can They Go? 4 Deep-Sea Dive Watches

From the WatchTime archives: These four extreme divers’ watches — listed in ascending order of their water-resistance level — are reliable companions for adventurers who explore the darkness under the sea. 1. Mühle-Glashütte Rasmus 2000 (2,000 Meters) The Glashütte-based brand developed this watch in collaboration with research scientists from the University of Rostock, Germany. The […]

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