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Whether you have $15 to spend or $150,000, there’s a watch here to accompany you on life’s adventures.
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The best dive watches combine old-school style and genuine underwater usability.
The original Bulova Lunar Pilot was used on lunar missions, and you can nab its modern equivalent for a few hundred bucks.
It's been over 50 years since the Moon landings. Revisit the history of the Apollo Program and Omega’s partnership with NASA.
Once subordinate to big brother Rolex, Tudor has come into its own in recent years.
Quartz watches are in many ways superior to their mechanical counterparts and deserve some respect.
The ability to stop the seconds hand of a watch has a critical purpose.