Sinn x Asphaltgold 144 St Sa C.A.D.

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My favorite watch company just dropped another collaboration. This time, Sinn has teamed with Asphaltgold to bring us the 144 St Sa – a tool chronograph that is… well, perfect.

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Tag Heuer X Porsche RS 2.7

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Great collaboration from Tag Heuer and Porsche. If you are unfamiliar, Tag Heuer’s heritage brand (Tag Heuer) and Porsche have a long standing history together. In fact, it’s not uncommon to see period Porsche race cars with both Tag contingency sponsorships as well as on board Tag dash timers.

This chrono essentially merges the aesthetics of early Tag design with that of the 1973 Porsche RS 2.7 – one of the most legendary sport purposes cars of all time. The price ($23k) and the leather strap choice are both bullshit.

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Bamford’s Watches & Cars

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George Bamford, for all intents and purposes, is a timepiece customizer. He takes expensive watches, customizes them to his own taste, and then sells them as his own line. He’s also a car guy… His collections of both are pretty interesting…

39mm Pelagos

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The Pelagos is a serious dive watch made by Tudor for serious applications. I’ve always loved their clean aesthetic and their “tool watch” finishes, but I’ve never been keen on their large case. That all changes today… Introducing the 39mm Pelagos. In my mind, it’s the perfect modern dive watch.

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BAIT x Unimatic Quattro

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Over the last couple of years, BAIT has been responsible for some of the wildest collabs in the watch world. This watch done with Unimatic is another such example. Perfect case, simple face, military hands… just over $500.

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Zenith X Hodinkee Chronomaster

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Hodinkee always does collabs in the right way… And that shit didn’t change when they hooked up with Zenith. I’d call this a chronomaster/Primero mashup of sorts? Regardless, it’s as perfect as a Zenith could ever be. $10k. Damnit.

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Hamilton Frogman

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The best feature of the new Frogman is one that you can opt out of – the date window… I prefer watches without date windows and the design of the new Frog isn’t bad either. Make it in 40mm rather than 42mm and you have a perfect beater…

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Timex Q GMT

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The latest from Timex is obviously influenced by the Rolex GMT, but is powered by a quartz movement and features a number of different vintage material influences. Stainless links, acrylic crystal, etc… Pretty dope.

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