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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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