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The Quintessential Dive Watch When you consider the quintessential dive watch, a number of different models probably come to mind. You may think of the

The Development of Quality Standards Since the early days of watchmaking, watchmakers have built reputations and grown brands on the quality of their timepieces. Today,

Brief History of the Breitling Navitimer The Breitling brand has become synonymous with superior pilot watches since the release of the Chronomat in 1942.

Developing a Signature Design as a Watch Brand Every watch brand has signature traits. For some, it’s technical, and for others, it’s design. Since its

The Rolex Daytona: A Collector’s Timepiece The Daytona instantly became a staple of the Rolex catalog when it debuted in 1963. Over the years, the

In the early days of watchmaking, there were many factors that could influence the accuracy of a watch. One of them was not, however,

Imagine if you could have predicted how iconic certain watch models would eventually become. Think of watches like the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak that

The burgeoning watch enthusiast and insecure teenager share a similar predicament - what will people think? The negative connotation of flashy watches (while sometimes

Video Transcription The Rolex Explorer is often overlooked when compared to its flashier siblings like the Submariner and the Daytona, but it's every bit of

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