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Watch the Clock - Seiko Prospex Marinemaster Spring Drive GMT Ref SBDB001

The mere sight of this watch says it all: It is big, beautiful, durable, functional and simultaneously modern and classic. Talk about form meeting function…   Seiko continues to build amazing watches on top of its innovative yet intriguing Spring Drive system. What we have here today is the Seiko Prospex Marinemaster Spring Drive GMT Ref SBDB001 - a watch that’s nothing less than a thing of beauty and most...

Watch the Clock - Panerai PAM00112

You don’t have to put on a pair of tattered jeans with a faded vintage t-shirt to be iconic; you just have to wear the PAM112. There’s a chance that you own a respectable stable of watches and that includes a few expensive pieces like the IWC Portuguese Chronograph 3714 SS Automatic and the Rolex Bamford Daytona “Mike Shinoda” Black, but you realise something is amiss. You head over to...

Watch the Clock - Tudor North Flag

We explore the makings of the Tudor North Flag - the first Tudor timepiece that features the company’s in-house manufacture calibre.   Say hello to the Tudor North Flag and the calibre MT5621.   For the very first time in Tudor’s history, the timepiece bearing the shield logo joins the Crown brethren in offering a watch where what is inside is as impressive as what it is on the outside...

Watch the Clock - Rolex GMT-Master II Ceramic 116710LN

This watch is, in fact, the first Rolex to be fitted with the Swiss watchmaker’s patented Cerachrom technology, which makes it that much more special… If we were to explore the makings of Rolex GMT-Masters, from the time of its inception with stainless steel to its ongoing presence in its current lineup, the expedition will be an endless one. But one thing is for sure - from the “Pepsi” and...

Watch the Clock - Rolex Explorer II Ref 16570 Black

No one can aspire to true elegance and comfort unless he or she owns a nice pair of Rolex Explorer II Ref 16570 - in black dial, of course… Introduced only in 1989, the Rolex Explorer II Ref 16570 was fitted with the new Rolex calibre 3185 until somewhere in 2007 when the improved calibre 3186 was used. Of course, nothing comes close to the raw and enthralling original Explorer...