Buying, Selling, & Collecting The Audacious Design Of 1970s Patek The '70s gave way to experimental design across the board. Was Patek Philippe the clear victor of ingenuity? Originally published by Malaika Crawford on Hodinkee, August 11th 2023 There is no period as visually
Watch Spotting: The Breitling Chronomat Fused The 'Seinfeld' And 'Friends' Universes So no one told us Breitling was gonna be this way – or these
A Week On The Wrist: Do You Really Need A Dive Watch? The Easy-Wearing Omega Aqua Terra Doesn’t Think So. Omega's everyday steel sports watch
In-Depth: Examining Value And Price Over Time With The ‘No Date’ Rolex Submariner We now have a decade behind us of modern price history –
In-Depth: This Pièce Unique Vacheron Is Proof That Sometimes, They Do Make 'Em Like They Used To Made with century-old components and hundred-year old skills,
In-Depth: Blancpain’s Six Masterpieces In the '80s, Blancpain committed to understated, traditional, and above all, complicated watchmaking. The results are timeless. Originally published by Anthony Traina
Reference Points: Understanding The Rolex GMT-Master Unpacking the world's most famous travel watch. Originally published by Jon Bues on Hodinkee, March 31st 2020 One of the crowning
Here’s How The New Omega Spirate System Works We asked our head watchmaker to explain Omega's new Spirate System – here's why he said it's
The Chronoscope Isn't Just A New Omega Speedmaster – It's All Speedmasters Ever, Packed Into One It's a souped-up Speedy with all the dial text.
A Collector’s Guide To Weird And Wonderful Wooden Dials Even at their height in the 1970s, wooden dials never really made sense. They still don't!