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Erasing the distinction between tool and artisanal, Jaeger-LeCoultre releases a limited edition of its Polaris Date in a stunning ensemble of blues.
Delve into the history of dial design and the elements that make up some of the most famous watch faces of our time. In this part: gilt dials.
Introducing our first collboration with German watchmaker, Sinn: the 155 Bundeswehr “Dark Star”, our humble tribute to the legendary 1550 SG Bundeswehr.
Ross Povey receives a number of emails from Canadian Navy divers whose invaluable information has helped shaped his research on Tudor military watches.
Friend of Revolution, Azzam Jamil (a.k.a. @tourbillonlifestyle) pens his thoughts as an owner of the special edition Bell & Ross x The Rake & Revolution “El Mirage” chronograph.