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A great vintage collaboration: The Yema Superman by Worn and Wound | VARIO

Yema is often a brand that we forget about when we talk about vintage and modern watches, they have done a monumental re launch over the last years and many of their products are really incredible, I visit them in World Time UK and their in-house caliber alongside with the great and unique Superman diver were very refreshing. The French brand has launched a new collaboration with Worn and Wound and I have to say it is one of the most good-looking additions to their catalogue, they do offer a blue version as a non-limited edition but I think the...

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Some Watches Are Meant To Be Gold, The Seiko Alpinist I VARIO

Some Watches Are Meant To Be Gold, The Seiko Alpinist  I VARIO

There are many things that change and the one that does more often is taste. I could attribute that to knowledge, but in reality, is that age pays a big part as well (as much as we hate to admit it). Age is the key factor why I like more muted watches, when I started this hobby it was all about open backs (or fronts) to see the mechanism, big bold pieces dominated my wrist at beginning but on the other hand gold watches seemed somehow old, conservative, and more for let say the older gentlemen. Time past by and...

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Give Your Casio Royale AE1200WH A Whole New Look | VARIO

Give Your Casio Royale AE1200WH A Whole New Look | VARIO

Casio’s AE1200 is one of those series that watch lovers will have a hard time not purchasing. Averaging a $25 price tag depending on the specific model, they’re insanely affordable. Plus, with 100m water resistance, world time, a 10-year battery life, and LED functionality, you get everything you paid for and more – even after its plastic casing has been knocked around for a bit. The biggest ‘issue’ owners may have with these watches is that out of the box, they look like they’re worth $25. Maybe $30. But Vario has found a way to up the elegance, and best of all, you can do it...

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Lorier Hyperion -The Black Bay GMT we have been waiting for? I VARIO

Lorier Hyperion -The Black Bay GMT we have been waiting for? I VARIO

GMT watches or complications are one of the most useful features on a watch, yes with the pandemic at its peak we lost the ability to travel but that doesn’t mean the functionality won't be popular again, tracking a 2nd time zone at a glance despite of the 'true' GMT discussion its less gimmicky than a diver's bezel, that said it has to be done right, a bit too thick or a bit too big and people start losing their interest, at the end it's all about ergonomics and how a watch feels on your wrist. I have been on...

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High end watchmaking - The Vacheron Constatin Fifity Six Day date | VARIO

High end watchmaking - The Vacheron Constatin Fifity Six Day date | VARIO

Being a watch lover has its drawbacks, these things are expensive! In the back of your head you always have that unicorn watch which can cost as much a car, not always but if you are going to dream, dream big. For me when I started this hobby, Tag Heuer was the brand to have, I am not talking the whole spectrum of watch enthusiast, but in the 90s if you were under 20 years old a plastic bezel Tag Heuer Formula 1 was the equivalent of having a Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711 today. My dad gave me one for...

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