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It’s been 50 years since the first automatic integrated chronograph was created. Here’s what’s been developing since then.
Not too long ago, one had to go to Japan to buy a Grand Seiko. No longer, as Grand Seiko becomes a global luxury watch brand in its own right with global ambitions.
While Grand Seiko has a history of producing dive watches, they were always equipped...
Revolution’s editors pick holiday watches for each other — in secret.