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Introducing the Marloe Atlantic

It’s been some time since we’ve had Marloe Watch Co on our pages, but with our eyes turned away, they’ve managed to keep busy. Frankly, any brand launching new watches in the midst of pandemic disruptions is worth some applause. For those who like mechanical chronographs, the new Marloe Atlantic lineup may require a standing ovation.

Tutima, for all your Flieger Friday Needs

There are no end of clever hashtags on social media, it seems. Some I’m aware of (and even have participated in), but one I was not aware of was #FliegerFriday. Well, it’s no surprise it’s there – but what is a suprise is Tutima launching a watch specifically for that hashtag – the limited edition Tutima Flieger Friday Chronograph.

Just launched: the Endatto C2V1

There’s no two ways about it – you put a crisp, clean watch design in front me, couch it in a classic (and compact) profile, and throw in a deep blue dial for good measure? You will have my attention, no problem. Wouldn’t you know it, the just-released Endatto C2V1 hits all those marks.

The latest Oris Divers 65 wants to warm you up

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By this point, you should be pretty familiar with what the Oris Divers 65 has to offer (and, if you’re not, check out our review). It’s become a very versatile platform for the brand to mix things up, and the latest takes things in a very warm direction.

It’s time for the new Sjoo Sandstrom Annual Edition

In case you’re not aware – I really, really like the watches that Sjoo Sandstrom releases. Their Royal Steel World Timer is my defacto watch for both travel, as well as dressier scenarios. Every year, they release a limited-edition version of their Royal Steel classic – this year, it’s in a rich, leather-hued brown.

Compressing time with the Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor

Back over the summer, we brought you word of the new Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor (seen here). This time around, we’re back with some hands-on impressions that we gathered after spending some time with a review loaner.

If you want a sporty regulator, look no further than the Alpina Alpiner Regulator Automatic

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We’ve written about – and reviewed – several different regulators over the years. Most of the ones I’ve handled seemed to have been firmly dressier pieces, with thinner cases and dressier dial designs. On the other hand, the recently-announced Alpina Alpiner Regulator Automatic is very much a sportier watch.

The Moser Streamliner Chronograph gains a blue dial and potentially looks ever better

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One of the most interesting sports chronographs of the year has now joined Team Blue Dial. The H. Moser & Cie Streamliner, which we first wrote about 10 months ago (although it feels more like 10 years ago), will soon be available with what the Swiss luxury watchmaker is calling a ?funky blue? dial. Who says Switzerland doesn?t have any fun?

Introducing the Oak & Oscar Olmsted Matte

Back when the first version of the Oak & Oscar Olmsted was released, we of course brought you word (seen here). I tend to like the stuff that they produce (and hey, they’re local to me in Chicago, so bonus), and it has a very consistent design language. Now a new version is hitting the streets (for pre-order), so let’s see what all you can get with the Oak & Oscar Olmsted Matte.

Look who’s back: the Alpina Startimer Pilot Heritage

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In my book (and I think that of my fellow writers here at WWR), Alpina is a brand that doesn’t seem to get nearly the attention that it should. I still hold their Alpiner lineup in high internal ranking (both the Alpiner 4 and the Business Timer), and their latest re-introduction of the Alpina Startimer Pilot Heritage should have classic Flieger/pilot watch fans square in their sights.