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The Rado Tradition Captain Cook MKIII Is An Automatic Diver in Titanium

Rado is a brand known primarily for its innovation in materials, so it should come as no surprise that in looking to update the 1962 Captain...

Who Makes the Best NATO Strap?

The NATO-style watch strap has become more than an essential watch accessory — it’s practically a necessity if you love watches. And it’s no...

Ball’s Tough New Field Watch Has an Absurd Amount of Lume

Ball Watches is one of those deeply-underrated watch brands with an interesting history (specifically, building durable watches for rail wor...

Get Your Nostalgia Fix with These Cheap and Stylish Digital Watches

With a big hat tip to nostalgia, digital watches (and Casio in particular) have been having something of a resurgence in the last few years....

How a Watchmaker Reinvented a Complex Movement And Made It Affordable

Amongst watchmaking’s hierarchy of complications, many consider the rattrapante(French, roughly, for “catch up”) chronograph and its ability...

These Three Seemingly Simple Watches Are Sleeper Hits

There’s something to be said about a watch that flies under the radar. In passing, they’ll look simple, unremarkable — there are no bold, ro...

The New Timex/Todd Snyder Beekman Celebrates Racing Heritage

Building on an incredibly fruitful relationship between Timex and Todd Snyder, the two brands’ latest collaboration, the Beekman, is a time-...

IWC Opens New Manufacturing Facilities in Shauffhausen

In honor of their 150th anniversary, International Watch Company has opened, for the first time in the storied Swiss brand’s history, a manu...

Joys of the Cheap American Military Watch

Coming from a family in which someone from each generation has served in the army, I’ve used and handled quite a bit of military equipment o...