Sarpaneva  K0 Divers Model  “One of a Few”

The humble description from Stepan Sarpaneva, who is most humble. “An executive class sports watch in which the timer ring is directly integrated into the movement. This unique feature allows all functions to be set by using only one crown.” I will take occasion to wax on a bit more about my friends’ fine new …

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RALF Tech

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RALF Tech

Frank Huyghe, a Parisian that has backed himself into the watch industry…almost by accident. Mr. Huyghe is an accomplished amateur wreck diver. He has dived all over the World examining the wrecks of long forgotten vessels now resting in the great depths of the sea. On a trip to tropics Mr. Huyghe enjoyed the company …

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Kudoke  , watches by Stefan Kudoke

Stefan Kudoke is a true young talent in the Independent watchmaking world. Stefan embraced watchmaking culture at a young age and began to develop his skills from scratch. Stefan went on to study watchmaking in his late teens. Stefan graduated with honors and began to hone his skills while working in the workshops of Glashutte …

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Anonimo, Why Marine Bronze Watches?

The use of marine bronze in the watch industry is becoming increasingly popular.The military and ship building industries have been using bronze alloys for many years. An alloy is a strategic blend of metals that are forged to yield specific properties according to the desired use of the alloy. The bronze alloy of choice for …

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Bremont Watch Co.

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Bremont Watch Co.

Bremont Watches is the sum of two brothers passion for mechanical watches. The two brothers, Nick and Giles English, were raised with a father that was passionate for vintage aircraft. The brothers grew up instilled with the passion for flying and for vintage aircraft. The Bremont name and the watches were born of an adventure. …

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