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Aaron1 ·

One of the coolest watches out there - The Franck Muller Crazy Hours! 🤪

Launched in 2003 the Franck Muller Crazy Hours is exactly the playful interpretation of the abstract concept of time that we might expect from the out...
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Aaron1 ·

The history of DOXA watches

Founded in 1889 by Georges Ducommun, DOXA began as a watch brand with an emphasis on value, quality and excellent craftsmanship – all tenants the bran...
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The history of Oris watches

Founded by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian in 1904 and named after a nearby stream, Oris is known for making well-built accessibly priced mechanical...
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Aaron1 commented on Chronograph recommendation? ·

One chronograph that I absolutely adore is the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Gen 2 ref. 49150. It's an incredibly stunning watch and just impeccably made. I'm pretty sure it comes in budget, and it's just an incredibly capable sports watch. Definitely worth taking a look in my opinion!

Aaron1 commented on [IWOTD] Interesting Watch of the Day #4 - Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Square Wheel ·

Wow thats actually a really cool and innovative piece of design! I can't say I've seen anything like that! Its always great to see brands step out of the horological shadows with novel design ideas like this! I also love the finish on the dial, its quite unique too!

Aaron1 commented on The New Speedmaster Bracelet (Fitted On An 1861 Moonwatch) ·

That was a great read! I really admire the new Speedy, it was a great evolution of an icon!

Aaron1 commented on Homage watches vs Mirco Brands - Which Do You Prefer? ·

Its a tough one, if the microbrand can present a novel design that’s well made and well priced, ill take it over an homage brand any day. If they are being lazy with design and are just trying to be another homage brand then I will prefer the other homage brand provided they have been around a while (Steinhart or someone like that)

Aaron1 commented on Oris Carl Brashear Calibre 401 developing some nice patina ·

It's always interesting to see how bronze watches develop over time! I love the patina and how unique they can be!

Aaron1 commented on Tissot PRX vs Maurice LaCroix Aikon ·

Yeah definitely! I would go as far to say that no one has decided to go for the Aikon over the PRX!

Aaron1 commented on Tissot PRX vs Maurice LaCroix Aikon ·

The Aikon is a cool watch but its standing amongst watch nerds is hindered by the fact that so much of its aesthetic is derived from the RO and Nautilus. The PRX takes inspiration and then goes in its own direction, which is appreciated. Personally, I'd have the PRX all day every day. Its also far better value 

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Aaron1 ·

One of the most bizarre-looking watches within the conventional sphere of watchmaking - The Seiko 7A28-7000

The time was the 80's, and the Quartz Crisis was in full swing. Rolex, Cartier, Omega and many more watchmaking stalwarts had either folded entirely o...
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Aaron1 ·

The history of the Rolex Daytona - Rev up your engines boys and girls! 🏎️

In what can be considered one of their most influential years ever, Rolex became the Daytona International Speedway's official timekeeper in 1962. To...
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Aaron1 ·

Launched in the early 1940s, the Longines Tre and Sei Tacche models exist as wonderful representations of how innovative Longines used to be.

Most famous for their contribution to the landscape of 1930s to 1950s horology, vintage Longines dress watches and chronographs are beloved by the vin...
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Aaron1 ·

One of the most underappreciated watches in the watch community - The Heuer Bundeswehr!

Amongst the litany of iconic chronograph models that Heuer has under their belt, one often escapes public discourse leading to its underappreciation w...
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Aaron1 ·

Panerai Luminor Marina PAM510 Review

I've been into horology for quite some time, and ever since I was a kid, the whole 'army' aspect of the industry would appeal to me in quite a big way...
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Rolex Explorer II Review

Within the horology industry, one brand has reigned supreme for the better part of 60+ years, and it's Rolex. Now, while I do love a lot of their watc...
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Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Review

When the 2nd addition to the Black Bay Fifty-Eight family was released in the summer of 2020, I just knew that it was a watch I was going to have to h...
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