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New and revamped classics for adventurous wrists

NASA picked the Omega Speedmaster for the Apollo missions. It can surely handle your weekend adventures.

Timepiece connoisseurs disdain these battery-powered tools, but that doesn't mean you should

Five casual timepieces that offer a pop of color and don’t mind a swim

Dive-oriented timepieces are more capable than ever

In the age of the smartphone, a timepiece that displays the hour in multiple time zones imbues a measure of worldly sophistication and sense of adventure

A first look at the standout timepieces from the industry’s biggest event

With a new line of premium watches, Garmin aims upmarket

Simple rules for keeping your timepiece ticking

Classy performers that are equally at home in the lift line and back at the lodge

The luxury brand partners with the Explorers Club to support far-flung scientific journeys

It’s easy to overlook the thing that straps a timepiece to your wrist, but you do so at your peril

Timepieces that look good and play hard

A proper timepiece can handle adventure and look just right back in the office

Alpina's new offering is a breakthrough for the industry—which is probably why it was launched on Kickstarter

Our world is more digital everyday, but humans are analog creatures

For decades, brands have been on a quest to develop ever more capable timepieces so they can capture your imagination

The tools to help you survive the 9-to-5

Twice as strong as most stainless steel alloys yet half as light, titanium makes sense for watch building

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