Beginner's Guide: Nine Things You Should Know Before Buying Your First Dive Watch
From the most technical of desk divers to the newly SCUBA-certified, picking a dive watch is not always as simple as it should be.
Originally published by James Stacey on Hodinkee, June 9th 2022
Second Opinions: A Love Letter To The Unfairly Maligned Helium Escape Valve
In praise of a time-honored feature that lets dive watches pass a little gas.
Originally published by Jack Forster on HODINKEE, July 4th 2022
Many years ago, brands that were in the pilot's watch business started
Summer style, sorted.
Originally published by Logan Baker on HODINKEE, July 5th 2020
In 2019, HODINKEE Shop celebrated its first-ever Dive Month with some classic, reference-worthy guides on dive watch basics, NATO straps, and a few of our favorite vintage dive watch brands. While this year, summer may look
The New TAG Heuer Aquaracer Collection
TAG Heuer refreshes its tough-as-nails dive watch with a contemporary design.
Originally published on HODINKEE, October 4th 2021
Heuer was at the forefront of the Swiss watch industry from its inception in 1860, and the brand soared during the 20th century as
Our Favorite British Dive Watches Come From Bremont
Featuring the Bremont Supermarine collection and more.
Originally published on HODINKEE, October 22nd 2021
Bremont was back in the news this week, revealing a set of three limited-edition watches featuring the British company's most impressive step yet toward realizing its long-held goal of
What Makes A Great Dive Watch?
Dive watches 101: the how and why of subaqueous timepieces.
Originally published by HODINKEE Shop, June 19th 2021
At this point in their nearly 75 years of existence, dive watches seem relatively well understood. Often seen as the default sport watch, and
The Desk Diver's Guide To Dive Watches
There's plenty of air on the surface, pal.
Originally published on HODINKEE, July 3rd, 2019
These days, the number of people wearing dive watches vastly outpaces the number of people actually diving. And while we may lament the generally dry nature
Reference Points: Understanding The Rolex Submariner
We go as deep as you can on the most legendary watch of all time.
Originally published by Stephen Pulvirent on HODINKEE, July 18th 2019
Reference Points was dreamed up as our way of offering definitive guides to the world's most important
Technical Perspective: A Tale Of Two ISOs, Or What Water Resistance Ratings Really Mean
The International Organization for Standardization's got it all down in black and white.
Originally published by JACK FORSTER on HODINKEE, November 28th 2017
One of the most perennially popular subjects for discussion on watch
Originally Posted on Hodinkee March 3, 2020
Blancpain, with roots dating back to 1735, is a company that brings the perspective of generations to its watchmaking. The brand is often uncredited for the key role it played during the revival of the Swiss watch industry in