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1946 was an important year for Rolex. It was the year that founder Hans Wilsdorf decided to create a watch of legendary Rolex quality which was more affordable. That’s

Although it’s less than 10 years old, Cartier’s iconic Ballon Bleu de Cartier wristwatch has the look, feel, and presence of a watch with a long, interesting history. Designed

Introduced in 1952, the Breitling Navitimer took the design and movement of Breitling’s famous Chronomat. It then turned it into a powerful aviation instrument. With a slide rule

Like many of history’s greatest creations, the invention of the Cartier Santos started with a gripe. In early 1906, Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont–notorious for being one of

The Rolex Daytona If there is a watch that defines Rolex as a brand, it would be the Rolex Daytona. Or, to call it by its full and proper

Rolex is a brand that’s collected a lot of “first” distinctions over the years with its innovative watch models. One of these watches, originally designed in 1954 for

For most modern-day watch wearers, a moon phase watch is probably not the most necessary of complications, but it’s certainly one of the coolest-looking. Rather than the hands-and-numbers standard

Crown and Caliber is currently consigning a Speake Marin Serpent Calendar. The Speake Marin Serpent Calendar is one of the most recognizable Speake Marin models with its Piccadilly case, blued steel

Zenith has a long history, part of which involves the race for the first automatic chronograph movement. This began in the early 60’s and was meant to be

One of Patek’s most enduring styles, the Ellipse has been in production ever since 1968. These timepieces grace the wrists of thousands of Patek enthusiasts who cling to

The Rolex Air King is considered to be the entry-level Rolex watch, as it is the least expensive model. However, it is still of the highest quality, keeping

Slyde watches masterfully combine the high standards of luxury Swiss watchmaking with the innovation and technology of the modern day. Like the traditional Swiss luxury watch, Slyde watches