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Can your watch stand the test of time? With regular servicing, yes it can. We take a look at the service journey offered by Rolex World Service
Unthinkable as it may be, the Patek Philippe Ref. 5711/1A is bowing out. Let the celebrations begin
The fourth of Bell & Ross popular skull-clad collection takes a futuristic twist
Longines newest recruit marches on in the Heritage Collection
BOOT CAMP MENTALITY
The world may change but one genre stays: military-themed watches. We skim the surface for some casual and fun options
Bell & Ross becomes official partner of Patrouille de France
The Breguet Classique Double Tourbillon 5345 Quai de l’Horloge puts time into motion, literally
Our search for the next big thing enters its second year. Here are 10 contenders for future must-haves
The year’s maiden trade show, the LVMH Watch Week 2021, was presented to us in the comfort of our homes
We bring our odyssey in 2020 novelties to a close with a few punchlines. This list of fun tickers is a tribute to the many watches of 2020 that sparked joy
JELLY-BELLY BLAKE'S LOVE DIET!
Losing 10 lbs. for his bride
A circumnavigator's favorite ocean films
A still from the documentary Maiden, which tells the story of the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989-90.
GLAUCOMA BREAKTHROUGH WORKS AT DOC'S OFFICE!
No surgery! No drugs!
Out in the Open
In one of America’s least visited national parks, I find my authentic self.
WISDOM OF WOMEN
THE WOMEN OF THIS YEAR’S FEMALE FOUNDERS 100 SHARE THE LESSONS THEY’VE LEARNED FROM BEING FIRST, FEARLESS, AND FORMIDABLE.
Bruised egos, gobs of money, and the bitter feud that took down CELLI NO & BARNES, New York’s absurdly ubiquitous accident law firm.
Testing New Brass and IMR Powders
JACK'S SPEED SHOP
A Family Name, a Family Build
Why managing uncertainty is a key leadership skill
The ability to cope with ambiguity is at a particular premium.
Google Dominates Search Ads More Than Ever. It's Working Through That
If you’re a therapist—or any small-business owner, really— you live and die with Google. Regulators may step in