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Oak & Oscar is a Chicago-based, independent watchmaker that boasts a modern look and feel that is perfected by Swiss-trained experts. Based on three main principles of making no little plans, the belief that good people make great products, and that the details always make

At a time where everyone is focusing on the latest gadgets and gizmos, the emergence of the Danish designer watch brand Bulbul is a refreshing demonstration that timepieces can still be both high-end and simplistic. Although minimalistic in its presentation, Bulbul watches are far from

Ulysse Nardin has once again released a piece causing quite a stir. No stranger to the Marine concept (the namesake Mr. Nardin designed Marine chronometers, after all, in the late 1800’s), the aesthetic has permeated Nardin’s designs for many years (since 1996 for this series,

Apple has a unique approach when it comes to upgrading their watch lineup. They know their customers appreciate familiarity, and so new iterations tend to feel a little like the previous model with some handy upgrades thrown in.  Total overhauls don’t really fit the rhythm that

We’ve often covered watchmakers with pedigree here, and for good enough reason: for some shoppers, that matters very, very much. That said, we’ve also given a nod to newer, less “tradition-locked” timepiece makers out there who will be shaping the market with their innovations for

Code41 announced the continuation of its X41 project with the launch of its new AeroCarbon X41 edition 4 model. The project has garnered over 4,000 new registrations for its next edition following the closing of its 3rd edition pre-ordering in November 2019.  The piece’s tech-friendly carbon

The recently released Louis Erard La Sportive watches abide by the sports spirit, bringing a sense of precision, reliability, readability, technical achievement, elegance and exclusiveness into a single time-teller. The watches, each limited to a release of 250 examples, replenished the standard of the watchmaking craft

The watchmaking industry is a difficult space in which to find innovation (think MP3 players, only add a few centuries). Because of this, buyers everywhere are left with a selection of timepieces that look like they’re cut from the same cloth. The first mechanical clocks came

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