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Joining the ranks of Longines’ Heritage collection is its most attractive re-issue yet, a sector dial wristwatch perfect for everyday wear.
Revolution is proud to offer the Oris Big Crown Bronze Pointer Date on our shop, a watch that saw the brand through the Quartz Crisis.
Greubel Forsey makes a sports watch. As expected, something wholly different from the rest of the field, while bearing a ‘sport’ imprint.
Ross Povey goes on the hunt and discovers two instances of previously unknown Khanjar Dial Rolex Daytonas.
The partnership with Omega and the Bond franchise turns 25 next year, and the brand is ready to up the game with a new watch that’s licensed to stun.