Brands

Model numbers: those sometimes short and sometimes long strings of numbers and letters associated with every watch must serve some purpose. Each watchmaker has their own style; Rolex

Hands-On The Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6119 The arrival of the next-generation Calatrava. Originally published by KYOSUKE SATO on HODINKEE, January 5th 2022 What was the biggest news of the year in

A Week On The Wrist: The IWC Pilot's Watch Chronograph Edition 'Tribute To 3705' A cult classic from the '90s is back in black(er). Originally published by Jack Forster on

Reference Points: Understanding The Entire Lineage Of Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronographs Perpetual calendar chronographs by Patek Philippe present arguably the most important combination of complications in 20th-century horology.

In-Depth: The Classic A. Lange & Söhne Datograph A deep dive into one of the greats of modern watchmaking. Originally published by Cole Pennington on HODINKEE, August 11th 2020 One of

Second Opinions: Everyone Is Wrong About Hublot – And This Watch Proves Why How a 38mm Classic Fusion changed my perspective on a controversial brand – and collecting at

In-Depth: An Exquisite Grand Seiko With The World's Most Beautiful Spring-Drive Movement "You must pay the price, if you wish to secure the blessing." – Andrew Jackson Originally published by Jack

Hands-On: The Tudor Pelagos FXD Ref. 25707B The evolution of the brand’s do-it-all diver for modern duty with the Marine Nationale. Originally published by James Stacey on HODINKEE, November 10th

How They Made It: Meet The Woman Mastering The Masters for Jaeger-LeCoultre How enameler Sophie Quenaon crafts the Reverso's hidden treasures. Originally published by Ming Liu on HODINKEE, December 15th

Hands-On: A Limited Edition IWC Chronograph With No-Nonsense, Tool-Watch Vibes The Swiss-German watchmaker partners with California-Based Collective Horology Originally published by Jon Bues on HODINKEE, October 7th 2021 Gabe Reilly and

Hands-On: The New For 2021 43mm Royal Oak Offshores, With In-House Caliber 4404 For the first time, the Beast's beating heart comes from Audemars Piguet. Originally published by Jack Forster

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