Blancplain Bioceramic Scuba Fifty Fathoms

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Holy crap… This is cool. Swatch and Blancplain collaborated to create a ceramic version of a classic. The colors just bring another dimension. And the prices aren’t that bad man… $500?

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Titanium Ultra Band

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I’ve tried to be an Apple Watch guy, but just can’t get past my mechanical obsession. That said, if I did wear an Apple Watch I’d wear an Ultra and I’d pair it with this titanium bracelet from Sandmarc.

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Carrera Skipper

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Tag Heuer has reintroduced the Carrera Skipper and it is dope as hell. I love the colors, I love the size, I love the movement… Get rid of the date window and it’s a damned near perfect time piece.

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The Latest Speedtimer

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Seiko just dropped their latest Speedtimer and it’s almost perfect. The 42mm case size is a bit big for my taste, but there’s no day/date window to deal with and it features Seiko’s first analog quartz chronograph movement. Hell, it’s solar powered…

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Unimatic Tuscany Series

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Italian watch maker Unimatic just launched a new series… They call it the “Tuscany Series,” but it feels military/tool watch inspired to me. Either way, I love the aesthetic.

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Sinn 556 A RS

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“I want a real watch. Something I can wear everyday for the rest of my life and then leave to my kid when I’m dead. Also, I only have about $1500 to spend. What do you suggest?”

You want a mechanical device that will last at least two lifetimes and you only want to spend $1500? Sounds impossible, right?

It’s not… The Sinn 556 is your answer. It’s a German made tool watch that is made like a brick shit house with a proven movement and, in my opinion, the best aesthetic on the market. The only thing keeping it from absolute perfection is that it features a date window… and I prefer clean “no date” faces.

Still… Starting at around $1300, you will not find a better a watch than this. Period.

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The Group C

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I don’t often fall for digital watches, but holy hell do I ever love this one. Inspired by 1980’s endurance racing as well as vintage Casio (even if they don’t admit it), this one just tugs at me man…

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