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The Omega Speedmaster '57 collection has become a rather hot subset of the popular Speedmaster timepiece family since it was originally introduced in 2013. Sporting Omega's modern in-house made caliber 9300 Co-Axial Chronograph movement in a 41.5mm wide case that is slightly smaller than the…
Omega Speedmaster ’57 ‘Vintage’ Watch Hands-On, ‘George Clooney’s Choice’

For 2015, Zenith is producing a total of 10 very limited edition versions of their surprisingly successful Pilot Type 20 watch – and yes, I am talking about the very large 60mm-wide version of the Pilot Type 20 and not those “puny” 48mm wide or…
Zenith Pilot Type 20 Hommage À Louis Blériot Watch With Meteorite Dial Hands-On

The Zenith Pilot Type 20 Squelette is part of an ongoing limited edition series of Pilot Type 20 watches that each use vintage Zenith-made caliber 5011K “competition” calibers from the 1960s. These pieces are expected to be super bold, 60mm wide watches with interesting and…
Zenith Pilot Type 20 Squelette Watch Hands-On

I'll start off with saying that the Panerai PAM569 is probably my favorite Panerai watch that I've worn for an extended period of time. Panerai is a brand that most watch lovers admire because of their historic designs that are both beautiful and timeless. It…
Panerai Luminor Submersible Left-Handed Titanio PAM569 Watch Review