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Watches and Technology

Robert-Jan Broer
27.09.2016

This article is about in-house manufacturing and how watch brands work together with suppliers when they are not capable of producing everything themselves.

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Bert Buijsrogge
16.09.2016

Regulator watches feature the hour and minute hand on separate axes and sub-dials. Thus, they will hardly ever cover each other unlike regular watches.

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Robert-Jan Broer
09.09.2016

In the world of watches, finishing means decoration of a movement. It ranges from simple, machine-performed engraving, for example, to hand-engraved bridges.

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Robert-Jan Broer
19.08.2016

For connoisseurs of mechanical movements and mechanisms, a skeletonized watches allow insight into what happens inside a watch.

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Bert Buijsrogge
20.07.2016

In this article we’ve selected three mechanical watches with fully functional depth gauges that you should consider for your next diving adventure.

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Jovan Krstevski
13.07.2016

An annual calendar costs significantly less than a perpetual calendar and is possibly more rugged and ready for daily life.

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The dial is the window to the watch’s soul. Therefore, every little detail on the dial has to be well thought out. Discover Part II of this article.

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Regardless of the case, strap, or movement: The dial ultimately makes a watch.

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From the time of the first mechanical wristwatch, magnetism has been the bane of an accurate timepiece

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A truly comfortable timepiece and a rather thin timepiece often go hand in hand.

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