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Introducing: Christopher Ward C63 Sealander 36mm

When we reviewed the Christopher Ward C63 Sealander after it’s release (which you can see here), I was particularly taken with the compact GMT (and there are other complications available as well). While I found the 39mm to be quite comfortable on the wrist, you may prefer something a bit more compact on your wrist. If that’s you, then you’ll want to check out the Christopher Ward C63 Sealander 36mm.

Casio takes the G-Shock on a ride with NASA

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Hypebeasts and fans of space travel will get a kick out of this “pumpkin suit” colored G-Shock GWM5610NASA4, a Tough Solar timekeeper with multi-band atomic timekeeping built in.

Introducing: Oris Wings of Hope Limited Editions

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As you are no doubt aware, Oris is big into supporting causes that help make the world a better place, and they’re also big into aviation watches. So, then, this latest pair of watches seems like a perfect match for them. Meet the Oris Wings of Hope Limited Editions.

Introducing: SevenFriday Yacht Club II

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Not that long ago, SevenFriday took us to the beach with two brightly-colored releases (covered here). Well, what do you sometimes see way out in the water when you’re at the beach? Yachts, that’s what! Keeping the 10th anniversary ball rolling, they’ve just released the SevenFriday Yacht Club II.

In Review: The Maurice Lacroix Aikon #Tide

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I do not like quartz watches. Let’s get that straight. But I like this one.

This is the Maurice Lacroix Aikon #Tide (or #tide) and it’s a fascinating little piece. It’s a $750 Swiss quartz that comes inside a reusable coffee (or Mai-Tai) cup and it’s made almost entirely out of recycled ocean plastic. It’s not the prettiest watch you’ll own nor is it the most complex but it is a luxury piece that definitely does some good.

Introducing: Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Compression ZO9291

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We’re right in the middle of summer, so that means that it’s time for the ice cream truck to be rolling through the neighborhood. Or, you know, you could go for the Fla-Vor-Ice in the freezer, always a good option. If you found yourself reaching for that blue raspberry ice, then you’ll be delighted by the new Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Compression.

Recently Released: Shinola Mackinac

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Along with calling Detroit home, Shinola has also been developing models that tie into the region. Boating is a big part of Michigan (aside from the Great Lakes, there are all manner of small lakes throughout), and their latest watch, the Shinola Mackinac, leans heavily into that summertime sport.

Recently Released: Staple x Fossil

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Perhaps it’s just because of the various collaborations I’ve been aware of, but it seems like Jeff Staple is a lot like Roy Kent – he’s just everywhere! The last time we talked about Staple, it was in a collaboration with Undone. This time around, he’s working with the crew over at Fossil, and the Staple x Fossil combines two designs from the Fossil archives.

Recently Released: Timex x Cynthia Rowley Navi

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As we’ve said a number of times this year (or maybe it just feels like that), collaborations are all the rage when it comes to watches. Timex is certainly no stranger to that, and for their latest model – the Timex x Cynthia Rowley Navi – they collaborated with Manhattan-based Cynthia Rowley.

Introducing: The Mondaine Evo2

Mondaine is releasing a new version of it’s classic Swiss Railways watch called the Evo2. Build on a Swiss Ronda 513 quartz movement, the 43 mm watch has the same Bauhaus design of the original Mondaines but in a much bigger size.