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Throwback Thursday: Rolex Oyster Chronograph Reference 3668

Throwback Thursday: Rolex Oyster Chronograph Reference 3668

There is something about a Rolex chronograph that makes it stand apart from the rest, and what makes it a legend. Of course, this status was consolidated by the Daytona, which became the favorite watch for many race car drivers, from Paul Newman to Tom Kristensen, but it where the chronographs before that laid down the groundwork for this reputation, such as the reference 3668. READ MORE

Throwback Thursday: 1930 Heuer Single Button Chronograph

Throwback Thursday: 1930 Heuer Single Button Chronograph

Some brands have been focussed on a single complication for a very long time. This goes for sure for Heuer, who has nurtured the chronograph as the focal point of most of its endeavors. That they excelled at this can not only their current collection testify for, but also their vintage models such as this single button chronograph from 1930. READ MORE

Rolex Datejust Lapis Lazuli: It Is All About The Dial

Rolex Datejust Lapis Lazuli: It Is All About The Dial

When it comes to Rolex, the dial can make all the difference. Think of the Stella dials on the Day-Date or the Paul Newman dials on the Daytona, while with the Rolex Submariner the difference is all in the details. With the Datejust however, there is not one particular dial that made a prominent name for itself, but there are some out there that should, like this Lapis Lazuli dial. READ MORE

A Stunning Pioneer: Patek Philippe Ref. 1518 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph

A Stunning Pioneer: Patek Philippe Ref. 1518 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph

In 1941 the world was in the midst of WWII, yet this was also the time that Patek Philippe introduced a landmark watch, the ref.1518. This was not only Patek Philippe’s very first watch that united both a perpetual calendar with a chronograph, but also the very first time that such a watch was made in series. READ MORE

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