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Instead of a mechanical movement, these quartz watches use a battery to power the watch. Therefore, these watches will not need to be wound.
When thinking of luxury watches, you may think of Swiss-made watches. But… More
This last week, The Watch Index had the opportunity to review three Bulova… More
Forty years ago, Citizen released their first solar-powered watch, the… More
These Tissot Excellence 18K Gold watches were introduced in 2017. This… More
The three primary types of quartz watches are battery, solar, and kinetic.… More
At Baselworld 2017, Citizen introduced the worlds first solar-powered… More
This Casio G-Shock Gulfmaster continues the tradition of utility over… More
The Seiko Astron 8X Series Dual-Time is the world's first gps… More
Military watches are known for their durability and rugged looks, and… More
I had the opportunity to review a new Tense watch, the Hudson Dark… More
Created with pilots in mind, the Seiko Prospex Sky is a solar-powered… More
Our American Brand Series continues with a rather unusual brand--Devon… More
Quartz watches are more accurate timekeepers, require less maintenance,… More
The Certina DS-8 Chronograph Moon Phase is suitable for everyday wear, and… More
The "frosted" appearance in this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak comes from an… More
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