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How Big Is Too Big? May 15, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

We’ve all been seeing this coming over the last years. Brands peppering in mid-sized pieces into their catalogs slowly but surely. The 40mm Oris Divers Sixty-Five, Black Bay 36, and Omega’s Speedmaster CK2998 are just a few examples of this slow and steady migration away from the glory days of the 47- 50+mm cased watches that were all the rage for a fair number of years. As anyone in the room with large wrists will…

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A History of Pilot’s Watches May 8, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

Of the many watch genres in existence, few are as iconic or have as rich a history as the Pilot’s watch. From its inception where the point was simply to move timekeeping from a pocket watch to the wrist, to creating an over-sized timekeeper that could be strapped over a bomber jacket and read in low light, the pilot’s watch certainly has a rich history. Though no longer a truly practical tool for pilots, IWC,…

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Apple Watch Series 3 Vs. Series 4 May 6, 2019 – Posted in: Smart Watches

Picking out a smart watch can be tough. The market has seen lots of innovation in recent years, and there are often lots of technical terms which only makes things more difficult. Today, we aim to clarify things for you! We’ll be taking a look at two watches side-by-side, checking out their differences and similarities, and figuring out which is the better buy. With the Apple Watch in particular, knowing the differences between the available…

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The Best Garmin Watches For Running April 29, 2019 – Posted in: Smart Watches

Finding a smartwatch or fitness tracker to track your activity isn’t the hard part — it’s about finding the right one for your particular sport or activity. Fitness trackers are designed to provide metrics, and when it comes to running, numbers matter. Accuracy, location, useful features — they all go without saying, whether you’re training for a marathon, or simply sticking to your daily routine. Garmin has made a name for themselves as a go-to…

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A Guide to Rolex Bracelets April 24, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Watch Strap Stuff

When looking at a watch, most of the attention is naturally given to the watch case. This is, after all, not only where the watch’s functions are, but also what makes up most of a watch’s general design. However, a watch’s bracelet is also a significant component of a watch’s overall style. As I’m sure you’ll agree, wearing the same watch case on either a metal bracelet, rubber strap, or leather band gives the timepiece…

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The Best Samsung Smartwatches April 15, 2019 – Posted in: Smart Watches

Samsung has long made a name for themselves within the tech industry, and that’s no different when it comes to their line of smartwatches. With stunning analog faces, watch hand shadowing, and authentic ticking sounds, Samsung smartwatches really do feel like a real watch. So how do you go about choosing the right one? Thankfully, just about any Samsung smartwatch on the market today is going to perform well. With phones increasing in size every…

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Rolex Submariner Price Guide – Posted in: Watch Stuff

It has been said many times before, but only because it’s true: the Rolex Submariner is the world’s most famous diver’s watch. Born in the 1950s as a tool watch for scuba divers and eventually evolving into a must-have status sports watch, the Submariner is often imitated, but never duplicated. The Submariner’s popularity has resulted in a booming market for these highly coveted Rolex dive watches—both at retail and in the secondary market. Considering the…

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A Brief History of Bond Watches April 10, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

It’s no secret that James Bond is well-known for his fancy cars, tailored suits, and state-of-the-art gadgets, but he has also been known to have some serious watch game as well. We all know that Sean Connery rocked a Rolex Submariner somewhere along the way, and that OMEGAs have made many appearances in the epic spy series, but what about all those other odd watches that hit the screen along the way? How many can…

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Fitbit Inspire HR Review: The New Budget-Friendly Fitness Tracker April 1, 2019 – Posted in: Smart Watches

As you know, picking the right smartwatch or fitness tracker can be difficult. Fitness trackers come in all shapes and sizes, and the new Fitbit Inspire HR is no different. The Inspire HR has some cool new features and design tweaks that rival even the more expensive smartwatches. Its sleek design, comfortable wristbands and improved accuracy have helped put it among the best. We will cover the basics such as the new design, build quality,…

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The History of Seiko Dive Watches March 27, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

For dive watch enthusiasts, it’s hard to beat the appeal of Seiko dive watches. Rather than so-called desk divers, which may look and work like a dive watch but have probably never been deeper than a hot tub, Seiko dive watches are constructed for actual scuba diving by adhering to the ISO 6425 standard. Plus, with a range of price points, there really is a Seiko diver for just about everyone. These top tool watches…

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