Watch Education

|Watch Education

Gems Of Time: The Jewels That Keep A Watch Moving

Since sapphire is the birthstone for the month of September, it’s a good time to talk about jewels used in watchmaking... Read More
|Watch Education

Watch 101: Know The Different Scales On Your Bezel (And How To Read Them)

We do love our watches that are bursting with one-of-a-kind complications and distinctive aesthetics, don’t we? And as... Read More
|Features,Watch Education

Watch 101 – The Subtle Art of Aging your Watch

One of the most interesting trends in the watch market has been the sudden influx of ‘vintage’ looking timepieces. B... Read More
|Editor Picks,Features,Watch Education

Watch 101: What makes a watch a Collectible?

At the outset I must point out all great watches may not be collectible and for good reasons. I remember visiting the re... Read More
|Carl F. Bucherer,Features,Longines,Omega,Rolex,TAG Heuer,Watch Education

Best of Baselworld 2017 – Top 30 New Watches for Men

Another year, another Baselworld, come and gone. For starters, it was as busy as ever with at least a thousand brands sh... Read More
|Features,Watch Education

What makes a watch truly “Swiss Made” ?

Switzerland. The land of delicious Swiss chocolates, picturesque Swiss Alps and the epicentre of horology. One look at a... Read More
|Features,Watch Education

Truth be told: All you need to know about Mechanical Watch Calibres / Movements

It’s hard to recall a time when a movement or ‘Calibre’, was the hero of the watch. Clearly, it isn’t the case t... Read More
|Features,Rado,Watch Education

The making of a watch legend: The Rado DiaStar

The first time I laid my eyes on the Rado DiaStar was in December 2015 when I was a newbie at The Watch Guide. To be hon... Read More

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