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Make your ceramic sporty with the Rado Captain Cook

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When I think of Rado, I think of ceramic. They’ve been making some lovely pieces out of that high-tech material, but their creations have largely been in a dressier, or more refined, look and feel. In general, I’m fine with that, but they’ve recently expanded the material into something that’s definitely more sporty – the Rado Captain Cook.

A new calibre takes up home in the Ball Engineer M Pioneer

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Someone in the Ball design department seems to have my number, as this new Ball Engineer M Pioneer has all of the things I like about their watches in one place. Or, maybe I’m just another sheep in the herd, and happen to like a lot of things other folks like. Regardless, there’s another new technical innovation hiding in this watch.

Just released: Swatch BioCeramic

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Swatch is certainly no stranger to playing around with how they use plastics in the manufacture of their watches. They’ve done quite a bit with plastic and all the colors they’ve brought to wrists around the world. At the end of 2020, they introduced their BIORELOADED lineup, which brought some more eco-friendly plastic in. Now, they’re evolving that a bit further with the Swatch BioCeramic collection.

In Review: Hamilton American Classic Intra-Matic Auto

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Buckle in, friends – this is the first of more than a few Hamilton hands-on reviews that we’ve got in the works (and wow, do we have some pretty cool ones in the pipeline for you all). Today, however, we’ll start with something that I find classic and a solid entry point to the brand for just about anyone – the Hamilton American Classic Intra-Matic Auto.

Be ready for warmer weather with the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy

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By now, you should be familiar with the Oris Divers Sixty-Five, as it seems to be everywhere, with new versions popping up a few times per year. We’ve gone hands-on with the lineup, and have written about others (check that out here). Well, at Watches & Wonders last week, they introduced the delightful Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy.

Introducing the Q Timex Color Series

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I don’t know that I’ll ever get tired of the Q Timex watches, these just feel like designs that get so much so right. Lately, I’m sure the automatic version of the M79 has gotten all the love, but I say there’s nothing wrong with having a solid quartz in your lineup, and we’ve got some brand-new colors coming in on the Q Timex Color series.

Casio’s Limited Edition Space Shuttle-Themed G-Shock Has Us Dreaming of The Stars

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Not that we’d need a special occasion to don a square, but Casio has just announced a limited edition G-Shock DW5600 that commemorates the 40th anniversary of the first Space Shuttle launch.

Baltic bring the compressor to the surface with the Aquascaphe Dual-Crown

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Baltic have made some very nice watches over the past few years. They’re best characterized as tasteful, traditional watches with modern quality. So far, they’ve made dress watches, dive watches, a GMT, and a two register chronograph.

Arnold & Son: That’s (no) moon

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Arnold & Son has released a new moon phase piece that is quite a stunner. The manual wind movement features a massive, rotating marble and glass moon in the middle of the face, allowing you to really, really, really tell the current moon phase at a glance.

It’s stunning.

The Vesuviate Attivo is live on Kickstarter

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Just a quick reminder – remember that Vesuviate Attivo we reviewed a little bit ago? Well, it’s live over on Kickstarter (has been for a bit), so you can pop over there and get your own before things close up on April 29th.