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OMEGA may be known for their contribution to space exploration, but the brand is just as committed to exploring the oceans. Starting with the OMEGA Marine in 1932

“Probably the only diver’s watch you can wear with a tuxedo.” The Rolex Submariner, originally designed as the quintessential divers’ watch, has become probably the world’s best-known and best-selling

Breitling and Bentley’s partnership has been a winning combination since day one. It all started in 2002, when Breitling was on hand to design the onboard clock for

Bell & Ross Aviation Review While there are many prestigious brands producing versatile tool watches, few do it as well as Bell & Ross. Despite a formidable reputation, Bell

In the more than 60 years since IWC first launched its Ingenieur wristwatch, this iconic model has gone through countless upgrades and updates. From the simple and elegant

In April 1972, Audemars Piguet shocked the luxury watch world with an innovative, unique and striking watch. Attendees at the Swiss Watch Show (now known as BaselWorld) were

First introduced by the House of Cartier in the early 1980s, the Panthère watch quickly became one of the company’s signature timepieces for both men and women. In

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

The Ballon Bleu de Cartier is a relatively young watch, less than fifteen years old. Yet, it has the look, feel, and presence of a watch with a

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

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