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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 Guide To Entry-Level Vintage Chronographs March 12, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

The vintage watch market can be a little overwhelming at times, even to those of us who have been buying, selling and trading for years. While some watches (Heuers, Omegas, etc.) have long been safe bets in terms of appreciation, more and more lesser-known brands have been coming out of the woodwork in recent years, and have gained some decent traction amongst enthusiasts and collectors — especially in the online watch community. While this list…

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