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Wristwatch reviews, watch news, watch database.

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    In this article on divers' watches, we take a look at what is probably the most distinctive element of a dive watch: the rotating bezel.

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    Take the plunge with us into the colorful world of water sports. Here you can find professional instruments with appealing technologies, styles, and prices. In this article, we present divers’ watches without complex additional functions (e.g., ...

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    The function of an altimeter is simple: It measures the altitude of an object above any fixed level, with sea level being the most common point of reference. It is used in a number of activities, from extreme sports like skydiving, to ...

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    The fourth WatchTime issue of 2018 hit newsstands today, with highlights ranging from our enormous, 32-page Baselworld review that includes in-depth coverage of the new Rolex GMT Master-II; a dual interview with LVMH Watch Department head honcho ...

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    Oris is well-known for the use of a red winding rotor, which became a trademark of the brand in 2002. It's a symbol, the brand says, of the passion with which it manufactures mechanical wristwatches. What else can you tell your watch friends? ...

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    In this feature from our WatchTime Special Design Issue, we present several watches created using natural materials, including new models from Hublot, Bell & Ross, and Tudor.

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    Rome wasn’t built in a day — and neither was Rolex, Patek Philippe, Jaeger-LeCoultre and other watch manufacturers praised for their vertical integration and lauded for their array of in-house calibers. While we all applaud the handful of brands ...

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    A second time zone indicator ranks among the most useful watch complications, and not just for pilots and other people who fly frequently. But not all of these time-zone displays operate intuitively. They often have a 24-hour hand that can be ...

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    One of our loyal readers recently sent me an article about how some people now wear watches solely as jewelry and don’t even bother to set the time since they now rely on their cell phones for that. Well, as an employee of WatchTime, that idea ...

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    When climbing or hiking, mountain biking or camping, a watch needs to be sturdy and able to withstand scratches and impacts. Outdoors, far away from work, the pressures of everyday schedules quickly fall away. We’ve found six watches designed to ...

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    The fifth WatchTime issue of 2018 hits newsstands today, with highlights ranging from our cover story featuring the Baume & Mercier Baumatic; an interview with Christian Selmoni, director of style and heritage at Vacheron Constantin as well ...

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    Of the many partnerships that Swiss watch brand Oris has developed over the years, one of its most longstanding and productive has been its collaboration with the Williams Formula One Racing Team, which has yielded a number of notable timepieces ...

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    The latest version of Oris’s racing watch, the Chronoris Date, has no timing function. Is this good or bad? We take an in-depth look at the watch in this feature from WatchTime's August 2018 issue.

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