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Introducing: The Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special Silver

Quick Take While not unheard of, silver cases are pretty unusual in watchmaking today. With much more durable white metals like steel and titanium readily available, watchmakers typically go in that direction, and then opt for  platinum or white gold when aiming for a higher-end execution. In a way, the relative rarity of silver watches […]

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Hands-On: The Maen Hudson 38 Automatic

Given that its origins as a tool have largely eroded under the steadily rising tide of technology, it’s easy to deride the increasingly watered-down concept of a dive watch. For dive watches, what used to be a piece of gear worn by Heaton-esque characters of a bygone era, is now little more than a sub-class […]

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Ferrari Men’s 0830260 REDREV EVO Analog Display Quartz Black Watch

Price: (as of – Details) Stainless steel case. Silicone strap. Black dial. Quartz movement. Date. Chronograph. Water resistant 50 meters. Case 46mm.Sporty chronograph engine accompanied by a branded silicone strapDurable mineral crystal protects watch from scratchesJapanese-quartz MovementCase Diameter: 46.00mmWater Resistant To 165 Feet

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Introducing: The Oris ProDiver Dive Control Limited Edition (Live Pics & Pricing)

Quick Take While Oris’s best known dive watches come from its popular Divers Sixty-Five lineup, the upscale ProDiver family is where the Hölstein-based brand flexes its technical muscles. Ostensibly aimed at “professional divers,” the ProDiver watches boast deep water capability, helium release valves and unique locking elapsed-time bezels. The “Dive Control” Limited Edition is the […]

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Introducing: The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Automatique Titanium

Quick Take Among dive watches, few are as known a quantity as the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms. One of, if not the original, dive watches to hit the market back in 1953, the Fifty Fathoms’s core design has seen nearly endless iterations into a line of watches that spans a variety of sizes, colors, and complications […]

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In-Depth: The TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer 02 By Fragment Design Hiroshi Fujiwara

In November 2018, TAG Heuer launched a limited edition Carrera by Fragment Design and Hiroshi Fujiwara. This new Carrera was inspired by a timepiece offered by Heuer in the mid-1960s, the Carrera Reference 2447 NT. We asked Jeff Stein, the creator and operator of the vintage Heuer site OnTheDash, to offer his perspective on this […]

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Year In Review: The Watch I Wore Most In 2018, By Members Of The HODINKEE Team

Well, this is it, people: the very last HODINKEE post of 2018. As we do every year, we’ve rounded up the watches that our team has worn the most over the last 12 months. It’s been a big year here at HODINKEE HQ, and you can see here that we’ve added quite a few new […]

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Year In Review: The Top 25 Most Popular HODINKEE Posts Of 2018

We have a handful of annual traditions here at HODINKEE, and one of them is capping off the year with a list of the 25 most popular stories from the last three-hundred-and-sixty-something days. To say we had a lot to sort through this year would be a massive understatement: we published over 950 stories in […]

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Year In Review: The Top 10 HODINKEE Videos Of 2018

Season’s greetings from the video department of HODINKEE HQ, where Grey Korhonen, Dave Aujero, and I do our best to provide you with enough motion picture content to satisfy all your watch-nerd desires. Last year around this time I promised great stuff forthcoming in 2018, and, with this list as my evidence, I think we […]

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Review: Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Apollo 8 Dark Side Of The Moon

The closing words of Pink Floyd’s seminal work The Dark Side Of The Moon say, “There is no dark side of the Moon really, matter of fact, it’s all dark”. Truth is, by the time those words were recorded for that 1973 album, mankind had seen the dark side of the Moon some five years […]

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