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Blancpain Fifty Fathoms, circa 1953

A History of the Dive Watch

In the unforgiving depths under the sea, the dive watch has but one function: to determine when you must turn back, or never at all.
A near perfect reproduction of the 1967 DOXA SUB 300 (Photography: Gishani Ratnayake)

The Watch Face: Dive Watch Dials

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: dive watch dials.
Rolex Square Crown Guard ref. 5512

The Watch Face: Gilt Dials

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.
Rolex Milgauss Ref. 1019 with regular production silver dial (Image: Christie's)

Rolex Milgauss: One in a Thousand

Leading the charge for a scientific watch, the Milgauss represents Rolex’s early experiments with sports and professional timepieces.
Rolex Truebeat

Dead Seconds Watches: Go Ahead and Jump

REVOLUTION looks at the current state of a cult complication, the dead seconds watch.

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