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Introducing: The Raymond Weil Freelancer Real Team

In a world full of luxury watch conglomerates, Raymond Weil stands defiantly as the ‘odd one out’. Established in 19... Read More
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The Watch Guide’s Annual Watch Awards – Men’s Watches of 2016

2016 was the year for some of the most spectacular and innovative watches for men coming to India. This year alone, Etho... Read More
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The Watch Guide’s Annual Watch Awards: Women’s Watches of 2016

2016 was the year for some of the most spectacular and innovative watches for women. This year alone, Ethos saw over 10,... Read More
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New Arrival: Fossil Q – A Smartwatch For The Watch Lover

Almost every tech company today has a wearable, either as a smartwatch or a fitness band, mostly because traditional wat... Read More
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Review of the Corum Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides: A historical timepiece with a unique complication

It is a well-known fact that the Admiral’s Cup is among the most popular and sought-after collections from Corum. Sin... Read More
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In Depth: The New Corum Ti Bridge – A Cult Comes to India

There is no Rolex or Omega out there that can rival this avant-garde watch, it’s that big a deal. Right from the depth... Read More
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A Collectible Speedmaster: The Omega Apollo XVII (Limited Edition)

We’ve seen many faces of the Speedmaster, which happens to be one of the most popular watch collections in the world t... Read More
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In-depth review of the SevenFriday M-Series M2/02

Seven Friday is a brand that is essentially a newcomer to the world of luxury watches. Launched officially in 2012 by Da... Read More