Moon Phase Watches

    Time immemorial has borne witness to the sun’s rays reflecting off the surface of Earth’s moon. Our ancient ancestors utilized these candescent lunar visions to determine days, months, and years.…

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    Gaming Watches

      A veritable benchmark in timekeeping, modern digital watch tech emerged in the early 1970s. When these initial digital timekeepers were released they were highly expensive—and functionally basic. However, as microchips…

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      Stranger Things Watches

        Being one of the hottest releases of the summer, Stranger Things is back and as nostalgic as ever. In the at-home cinematic world, Stranger Things is no stranger to being…

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        Graff Diamonds Hallucination

          Becoming the world’s most valuable watch doesn’t just happen overnight. For Graff Diamonds, it took its founder years of hard work and hard dreaming to bring this crown jewel of…

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          Niagara Falls Floral Clock

            Boasting ~30million visitors a year, Niagara Falls is a hot destination for many a traveler. Part of this destination’s appeal goes beyond the falls, with many art installations and historical…

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            Comparing Watch Crystals

              For some time, the most common crystals on wrist watches were made of plastic/acrylic—at least during a fair part of the 20th century. However, mineral glass crystals—hardened by superheating their…

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              Winding Watches

                The amount of time a watch can hold a power reserve—aka a “wind”—varies from timepiece to timepiece. Although plethora watches have wind capability, there is no standardized length at which…

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                What is Water Resistance?

                  A common stamp on modern watches, the phrase “water resistant” is kind of a loaded term. Although the phrase is often followed with a “meters” depth—or pressure units known as…

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