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Top 10 Watches

Watches come in many shapes and sizes: round, oval, square, octagonal, and sometimes even in undefined shapes like the MB&F HM6 Space Pirate, for example. In this article, we'll show you 10 watches from 9 different brands like Cartier, Patek Philippe or Nomos that have a rectangular shape.

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05.09.2016 by | 6 Comments

Alongside chronographs, diving watches rank among the most popular timepieces, which is why we are presenting the top 10 diving watches here.

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We've created a top 10 list of summer watches that are the perfect companion for any destination on the beach or near the swimming pool.

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In this top 10 article, we will include the 10 watches from the SIHH and BaselWorld that impressed us the most.

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Perpetual calendars belong to the grand complications of watchmaking. Discover a list of the top 10 perpetual calendar watches here.

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The term “classic watches” (or “dress watches”) is often used to refer to timepieces that effortlessly remain unaged in style. However, I’m a big believer that this also refers to a timepiece that can stand the test of time – excuse the pun. You see, classic timepieces are all about the look and feel of a timepiece that graces your wrist without unintentionally drawing too much attention and that works well with your sartorial attire. I think that it is essential that in some point in your life, you need to own a classic timepiece for those more demure moments. Here is our guide to some of the timepieces to which you should pay attention. Patek Philippe Calatrava The first...

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In this article, we focus on the 10 best wristwatches priced under 3,000 EUR. Our picks are based on the market value on Chrono24 and can include new as well as pre-owned watches.

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For a € 1,000, you can buy a seriously nice mechanical watch that will probably last a life time. We created a list of the best 10 watches under 1,000 €.

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The terms ‘watch icons’ and ‘cult watches’ are used to refer to those timepieces that – most of the time – have been around for decades and gained a certain importance with regards to design or style. They are timeless classics that have only undergone slight changes over the years, most of which were in regard to small design details or under the hood. Watch journalist Michael Balfour even wrote a book on the subject in 2007 (Cult Watches: The World’s Enduring Classics) in which he shows the readers a number of watch classics. He covers a wide range of watches that have received ‘cult status’ for various reasons: from the plastic Swatch watches to the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, they...

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