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Time: hours, minutes, seconds, date, moon phase, hidden time zone and hidden day/night indication

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Pusher : 1 “Start/Stop”-pusher for the musical movement (melody)
Dial : 3 levels, “Côtes de Genève” decoration & blued steel screws
Date : calendar display at 6 O’Clock on the time dial
Hands : blue colored hour, minute and second hand
Strap : genuine alligator leather with butterfly buckle

The timepiece itself has a titanium case and beautiful dial. I mean I really like the vintage, functional design of the dial. Zenith was clever and a bit sly about just putting the word "special" on the dial in gold type. While it might look a bit too large on the wrist, it is a beautifully rendered design that most people can easily enjoy. This is of course much in part due to the large visible hands, easy to read hour markers, and wonderful dial contrast. Plus, being in titanium makes the Type 20 light enough to not weigh you down.

The variably-sized numerals give a retro, funky, aviator feel to the watch. I've worn it for a business meeting, and it works pretty well for that, not too formal, and not at all flashy. One of the options on their site is gold hands, and I'd suggest going that route as the black-bordered ones are less visible than I would like.

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For 2012 Omega released a new 18k red gold version of the Seamaster Planet Ocean three-hand and chronograph models with a new type of "Ceragold" bezel. Ceragold is more or less the gold version of Liquidmetal (that I discussed in more detail here). It is a special process that Omega uses to inset gold in the engraved ceramic bezel. In a sense, this is Omega's answer to Rolex's Cerachrom.

Material: 18-carat rose gold

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The SpidoSpeed Black Diamond contains 48 black diamonds on the bezel and a single black diamond on the chronograph hour register. What is it doing there? There used to be a letter "R" in that place which stood for "Rock" or "Reef" which are Linde Werdelin's computerized wearable instruments for land exploration or diving. The "R" being placed at four and a half hours indicates how long it takes those gadgets to fully recharge the battery when plugged in. And now you have a diamond to remind you.

Frequency                    28,800 A/h

Longines Watches And The French Open

Longines Watches And The French Open

I can't say for sure whether or not this was product placement, but it was done well in a recent episode of Breaking Bad. UPDATE: I have confirmed with Tag Heuer that they did provide the Tag Heuer Monaco watch to the show's prop department on request, but this was not a paid placement. I like to discuss watches seen in movies and television shows I enjoy. In this case the Tag Heuer Monaco watch was a less than insignificant part of the plot in episode # 50 of Breaking Bad (Season 5 episode 4) titled "Fifty One."

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Hands: Gold-plated rhodiumed

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The Graham watch brand as we know it really planted its feet with the Swordfish collection of timepieces. This fished-eye family actually began with a single eye design in the Swordfish Grillo. Double magnifier eyes were later added to the 46mm wide collection. While the Swordfish family really began around 2001, it was not until 2005 or so that it started becoming really popular as Graham matured the design and started to add more colorful pieces. For a long time the Swordfish collection mirrored the market of the era, and as a rather wild and unorthodox piece, was Graham's top seller.

Blue mixed with white gold or platinum can have excellent results as seen here. The case is beautifully finished with an engraved "message" on both sides done in tiny, but legible letters. On the wrist, the piece is comfortable despite the heft of the large platinum case.

Unlike most other James Bond Seamaster watches, the Seamaster 300 M GMT Professional contains a display caseback showing the rhodium-plated decorated movement with the Omega logo and name inscribed on the automatic rotor.

Inside the Deep Ocean is a base Swiss ETA 2836 automatic GMT movement. With the bezel you can track three separate timezone with the watch. Attached to the Deep Ocean GMT is a steel bracelet, but Nivrel also includes a silicone strap and changing tool. Overall the attractive diver is a good value as well as good performer. Price is 899 Euros (about ,100 and available Nivrel's website), but you have a change to win one by entering below.

Inside the watch is a Japanese Seiko automatic movement. Vostok Europe uses the Caliber NH25A from Seiko Instruments. This movement is rather durable and hardy, and includes the date. However, it isn't the most accurate movement around a lot of the time. Seiko themselves rate the movement as being off by as much as 30 seconds a day. This is usually a liberal estimate, but even at 15 seconds a day accuracy you'll still need to reset the time once a week or so. Also, the Seiko NH25A doesn't manually wind (only via the rotor), which can be annoying. I think the Anchar would be much improved with a higher-grade Japanese movement inside of it. I think it would be an appreciated upgrade by the watch lover community for Vostok Europe to consider.

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New analog-digital watches are few and far between, so when we heard that Ocean7 had one we contacted them for a review. It's called the LM2-AD and I think you're going to like it. Well, some will - analog-digital is definitely not to everyone's taste.

 

Breil Orchestra TW1020 Watch Review

Breil Orchestra TW1020 Watch Review

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In a sense the story of the watch's mission is almost anti-climatic. It went down to almost 11,000 meters and came up just fine and without a hiccup. The Rolex Deepsea Challenge is essentially a beefed up Submariner Deepsea watch (originally released in 2008). With the same in-house made Rolex Caliber 3135 automatic COSC Chronometer movement, it is larger in most all ways but retains the same basic DNA. Think of the Rolex Deepsea Challege and the Deepsea's bigger more commercially unavailable brother.