Tudor fans will flip for the wearable new Pelagos 39.
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Which are "best" is up to you, but you should absolutely be familiar with these companies.
The right pair of hands can make or break a watch design — these are some of the most important types.
Whether you have $15 to spend or $150,000, there’s a watch here to accompany you on life’s adventures.
There are incredible values to be had at the sub-$5k mark from a wide array of brands.
It's tough to beat the original, but these dive watches might scratch the itch.
Whether you're an athlete or just want a watch with a rugged build and "sporty" style, start here.
The new Superocean is based on an obscure Breitling dive watch from the 1960s.
Make it thinner and give it a rotating bezel, and it would be perfect.
Approaching five figures means in-house movements, exotic complications, and some of horology’s heaviest hitters.
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History, style and an automatic chronograph movement have never been so affordable.
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In the first installment of our newest series on being a “watch guy”, we explain the ins and outs of watch collector meetups.
Alternatives from Dan Henry, Tudor and Zenith will give you some of the magical Rolex Daytona experience for less.
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With dark cases and black dials, these stealthy tool watches fly under the radar.
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Buying a timepiece from a luxury brand doesn’t mean you have to sell your car.
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Watches from Timex, Baltic and Tudor offer the distinctive bicolor-bezel look you're after.
Bronze has been used by man for over 4,000 years. Maybe it's time you used it, too.
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The Massena LAB X Unimatic U1-MLB is based on a special diver issued to West German naval commandos.
The Pelagos FXD Marine Nationale was designed for the French Navy's combat swimmers.
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Once subordinate to big brother Rolex, Tudor has come into its own in recent years.
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