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Blancpain SA
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As the watch world prepares for the release of the new products introduced at Baselworld 2015, we revisit my year-end “Top 10″ lists for 2014, all originally posted on my blog, Watch-Insider.com. We have already looked at my favorite chronograph watches. This time, the focus is on last year’s top dress watches for men. To reiterate […]

 
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In this article in our series on the basics of divers’ watches, DiveintoWatches.com takes on what is probably most distinctive element of a dive watch: the rotating bezel. Its function is actually quite simple: before a diver’s descent, the 12 o’clock bezel marker is aligned with the minute hand, allowing the elapsed time, up to […]

 
Top chronograph watches remain incredibly popular, even if most of us don’t even use their signature chronograph watch functions. I am no exception; along with GMT/UTC functions, chronographs are one of my favorite complications. For all chronograph fans like myself, I have compiled a top 10 list (actually it has now become a top 20+) […]