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On our last issue of every year, it has become tradition for us to celebrate by sorting through the wide array of watches launched over the course of the year and bestowing awards among the best of the best.
Retailers tell Revolution how watches featured in movies and TV translates to awareness and sales.
With an increasing international interest in the British Royal Family, Revolution decided to take a closer look at some of the timepieces that have graced the most regal of wrists.
40 years on from Elvis’s death, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll is heading back to the top album slot in world charts. On this, the anniversary of his passing, we say: Long Live the King!
Keith Strandberg takes a Honda Africa Twin, a Triumph Tiger Explorer XCx ABS, a Bell & Ross Burning Skull, a Hamilton Frogman and a friend for a glorious ride to the Interlaken area of Switzerland.