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Unsurprisingly, more than one member of the team cited a simple notebook and pen combination as core to their everyday carry – there’s still no better way to track your ideas, and you always get to be the hero when someone inevitably asks “Anyone have a pen?” But there are some unexpected choices as well, including a water bottle favored by the two members of the Worn & Wound crew, a particularly durable wallet, and a classic pair of sunglasses.  What’s your favorite piece of EDC gear? Let us know in the comments what you can’t leave home without.

Changes to the appearance are often a more frequent feature of the TAG Heuer Monaco series than groundbreaking innovation in its mechanics. And over the years the brand almost always successfully implemented the use of new materials and updated designs, with the recent 2023 introduction of open-worked dials to the collection preceding the launch of the timepiece we are reviewing today, the 2024 TAG Heuer Monaco Chronograph Skeleton Dark Blue in DLC Titanium, perhaps the better looking of them by far. The 1969 Heuer Monaco reference 1133B. Since the Monaco chronograph was first introduced by Heuer in 1969, it has…

My guests this week are watchmaker Dr. Rebecca Struthers and Lewis Heath, founder of AnOrdain. The two are friends and collaborators, so it was fun to get them both together for a conversation about watchmaking in the U.K., what they’re up to, and what’s next.  Lewis Heath founded AnOrdain in 2015. Since then, the Scottish brand has become known for its beautifully crafted enamel dials. He founded the company after working as a product designer and deciding he wanted to make something closer to home.  Dr. Rebecca Struthers is a watchmaker and co-founder of Struthers Watchmakers, along with her husband…

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Sponsored post presented on aBlogtoWatch for an advertiser Named after the most powerful nuclear device ever created and tested, Tsar Bomba watches deliver customizability like you’ve never seen before. Inspired by the same scientific curiosity that led to this monumental atomic experiment, Tsar Bomba timepieces pulse with the spirit of innovation. Founded with an intrepid spirit and an aim to provide the most versatile, highest quality timepieces with exceptional value, Tsar Bomba has more than brought those ideas to fruition. With its Reactor collection, the brand builds upon the astonishing versatility it introduced with its Atomic collection and shows off…

Each week, we present a selection of our favorite watches from the pre-owned side of our collection. We photograph each one so that you get a closer look at what makes these watches so special. This week, we have an awesome collection of watches, including a “Triple Six” Sea-Dweller, a white gold Lange, a 37mm Black Bay diver, a matte and stealthy Octo Finissimo from Bulgari, and a lovely example of Tag Heuer’s “Glassbox” Carrera Chronograph. 

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The Oris Divers Sixty-Five resurfaced in 2015, fifty years after its inaugural splash. Leaning on the design cues of its ancestor, the revisited Divers Sixty-Five oozed vintage pedigree. Although the looks of the first models were faithful to their ancestor, the watch was built with contemporary materials and powered by…

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Charlotte Harris For an industry with such a rich tapestry of history, it’s surprising to realise just how many mysteries remain unanswered in the world of horology: Who really wore the Explorer up Everest? Who bought Paul Newman’s Daytona? And why is the California dial called the California dial? While…