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Last year I had the great pleasure of trying and and reviewing the Zenith El Primero 38mm in rose gold. Now this year I'm equally excited to get my hands on the "Defy" version with [...]
Released in 2016 the Seiko Presage collection hit the ground running! It became an instant Seiko fan classic, with its distinctive style and array of models. In the review below, I shall cover the current [...]
The 1957 Trilogy is a limited edition re-release of three watches that became archetypal models in Omega's current brand aesthetic. Speedmaster (racing, aka "moonwatch") Seamaster (diving) Railmaster (anti-magnetic) The Speedmaster and the Seamaster 300 remain [...]
The Longines Avigation Type A-7 1935 – Watch Review On The Wrist With Exact Specs, Dimensions & Price
With it's 40 degree angled face, onion crown with emerging monopusher, column wheel chronograph, and great provenance, can the Longines Avigation Type A-7 1935 be "that good" for only $3,500? The purpose of this review is [...]
In early February 2018, Bespoke Unit was fortunate to be invited by Bovet for a guided tour of their facilities. Left to right: Trevor Guilday, Paul Anthony & Charles-Philippe Bowles Founder Paul Anthony [...]
"Invenit et Fecit" on the dial In modern-day watchmaking, innovation, technology and engineering, you can't help but think of the living legend, François-Paul Journe (F.P. Journe). His motto is "Invenit Et Fecit," translated [...]