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Famous Watches and Their Nicknames Watch nicknames may have started as affectionate calling cards given by watch enthusiasts. However, over the years, these monikers have helped to solidify certain

Swatch Group - Exiting from Baselworld 2019 Breaking news rattled the watch industry this past week with the announcement that the Swiss watch powerhouse The Swatch Group will no

The watch and automobile industries have a longstanding history together. Their partnerships first began out of necessity. Many watchmakers started working with automobile manufactures to supply dashboard clocks.

A Man and His Watch, Matt Hranek I write for Crown & Caliber remotely from New York City. Not working in-office, I wasn't there when CEO and founder Hamilton Powell

If you’re here, you likely share our fascination with timepieces and passion for buying and selling pre-owned watches. Technology gave us the tools to create a platform to

Each year, the watch world eagerly anticipates that fateful moment in March when the brands reveal the latest and greatest horological offerings. Baselworld, again, did not disappoint. We’ve

What do you get when you cross an automotive journalist, with a fairly new penchant for watches, and a horologist who makes his own timepieces and is a

SIHH: What Is It? The turn of each New Year brings the release of new products at highly anticipated conferences around the globe. For the watch industry, that moment

DOXA: A Start-Up The phrase “start-up” typically evokes images of people in garages with desks crammed between cardboard boxes building the latest and greatest tech company. Some of the

Since it debuted in the Spring of 2015, the Apple Watch remains a strong presence in the tech headlines. Before it launched, speculation revolved around its expected design

With the first quarter of 2017 behind us and both SIHH and Baselworld complete, now is as good a time as any to reflect on the state of

Baselworld 2017 came and went faster than a steel and ceramic Rolex Daytona sitting in an AD display window. While it’s estimated that there were 200 (!) fewer

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