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Under The Skin: Videos by The Watch Gallery London

The Watch Gallery is one of London’s leading watch boutiques, and apart from being involved in several special edition timepieces each year, they have created these 3 videos that go ‘Under The Skin’ of a watch. With a focus on the watch case, dial and┬ámovement, using 3 iconic, but very different timepieces from their boutique. These short videos should give …

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Great George Watch Co: Sleek, Square and Stylish

Simplicity, Elegance, and Timelessness. These are the underpinnings of Bauhaus design, and these are the same things you’ll find in a timepiece from Great George. Born in New York city, and given its name from a historical street in Broadway where the design studio is located, Great George is making watches that are modern, sleek and stylish. Their initial range …

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Time Well Spent: Steinhart Ocean 1 Vintage Red

Steinhart is a brand that divides watch enthusiasts, and there’s good reason for that. For the uninitiated, Steinhart is a Swiss watch brand that made their name by creating watches that look a lot like those made by Rolex. They create what many would call ‘homage’ timepieces, dedicating most of their work to watches originally designed by the mighty crown. …

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Rado 2015

Earlier this year we took a gander at the 2015 range of watches from Rado. A brand that is normally very dress-watch-centric has now started pushing the boundaries of what they can do with ceramic materials, using more modern, sporty designs to highlight some of the material’s features. The 2015 range included the fantastic Diamaster Grande Seconde in plasma ceramic …

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Time Well Spent: Obris Morgan Explorer II

Over the last few years, a small brand out of Hong Kong has been developing a strong following in the watch world. They’ve been making a range of sports watches, using pretty solid movements and excellent case construction, and somehow pricing them incredibly well – almost too well. This brand is Obris Morgan. As far as we’re aware, there’s no …

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Bomberg lands in Australia

Bomberg is a new kid on the horological block, and pieces have just started to arrive in Australia through their distributor, MAD Associates. A short while ago, we were invited to check out some of the pieces at an exclusive showing at Melbourne’s Grand Hyatt Hotel. We were presented with two ranges: the 1968 range, and BOLT68, in a multitude …