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WWR is making our first watch – let’s make a chrono!

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You’re one of our best-dressed, handsome readers. You have strong opinions about what looks good, what doesn’t, and what you’ll wear. You look like a million bucks, even if your watch doesn’t cost a million. We’re making a watch for you.

We’ve developed our watch tastes for the past 18 years (WWR, founded 2004), and have kept up telling you when something’s good, or not. Now we’re making a watch, and need you to tell us you’re on board for one.

Podcast: Google’s Pixel Watch, Plus Ethics in WWII Watch Collecting

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It’s Monday morning, so you know what that means: Another episode of The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com. Hooray!

Get fancied up with the Glashütte Original SeaQ

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We know what you’re thinking – hasn’t the Glashütte Original SeaQ been around for a bit? Well, sure, it has, and it’s still a good-looking and quite capable dive watch. If you’re feeling the need to get a higher-end look to your standard summertime dive watch, look no further than the latest Glashütte Original SeaQ.

Recently Released: Hamilton Khaki Aviation Pioneer Mechanical Chronograph

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In our article yesterday, we featured a watch that, while vintage-inspired, did not look out of place in a modern context. On the other hand, if you really like the look of designs from days gone by, but don’t want to have to worry about babying a vintage watch, brands can certainly cover you there. One of the more recent releases to do that is the Hamilton Khaki Aviation Pioneer Mechanical Chronograph.

Introducing: Citizen Promaster Mechanical Diver

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Sometimes, when you’re looking for a dive watch inspired from history, you don’t want something that looks overly influenced by military applications, or the very unique styles that came out of the 1960s. If you instead want something that looks almost as contemporary today, then the new Citizen Promaster Mechanical Diver is what you need to be looking at.

Pixel Watch, Google’s First Smartwatch, Hits Stores This Fall

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If the Omega MoonSwatch was by faaar the biggest watch news of the year thus far, I’ll go ahead and say the just-announced Google Pixel Watch is probably up there, too. So, let’s dive in and go over what we know.

Recently Released: Casio Edifice EFB680D

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We’ve long been fans of what you can find in the Casio Edifice lineup. While those tend to be a bit more loaded up with tech (ie, connecting to your phone and the like), they do have simpler models as well that still bring good looks to the table. A recent release that hits those marks is the Casio Edifice EFB680D.

Recently Released: Mido Commander Icône

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The Commander line from Mido is by no means a new line, but their latest release in it is very definitely an eye-catcher. Far from just it being the dial color, something about the proportions of the Mido Commander Icône feel simultaneously spacious and well-proportioned.

Recently Released: Rado Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver

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We could say that with summer approaching, ones mind turns to thoughts of a robust dive watch to embrace the outdoors and waterways with. Really, though, is there ever a bad time to wear a good dive watch? In our book, we say no. If you’re getting tired of stainless steel and want a new material for your watch box, why not ceramic? That’s what you can get with the new Rado Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver collection.

Coming soon: Panerai Submersible QuarantaQuattro eSteel

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Submersible QuarantaQuattro eSteel

Against all reason, we at WWR are fans of what Panerai produces. Sure, they’re chunky, but they carry an iconic and almost retro style to them that just seems to hit the right spots. While the look is retro, the latest Panerai is definitely looking towards the future. Meet the Panerai Submersible QuarantaQuattro eSteel.

In Review (and funding soon): Biotic Formicidae

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As we’ve said in the past, one of the really great things about being a reviewer is that you sometimes get to see things that are not even quite available yet. For bigger brands, that means stuff that’s embargoed to such-and-such a date, which we gladly observe. With smaller brands, though, it allows us to spend time with watches to help inform you, dear reader, so you can start making your mind up before, say, a campaign launches. The latest to allow us to do that for you is the Biotic Formicidae.