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First Look – Louis Erard x Konstantin Chaykin Regulator Time-Eater II “From Dusk to Dawn”

Given the brand’s continuous collaborations with designers, watchmakers, artisans and design studios, Louis Erard might consider changing its name to Louis Erard & Friends. The latest adaptation of the brand’s classic Regulator model has been entrusted to indie watchmaker Konstantin Chaykin, whose gaping-mouthed cyclops returns in a darker version with even creepier details. Officially named […]

Introducing – The More Compact Oris Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph

Coinciding with the advent of recreational diving, in 1965, Oris launched its first diver’s watch with a unidirectional rotating bezel, luminescent numerals, a Plexiglas crystal and a water-resistance rating of 100m. Fifty years later, the diver was relaunched in a faithful re-edition with modern mechanics and went on to become the highly successful and affordable […]

First Look – The New MeisterSinger Stratoscope Golden Moon

MeisterSinger, the renowned German watchmaker celebrated for its mastery of single-handed time reading, oddly did not offer watches with one of the most romantic complications until recently – the moon phase indication. However, in 2018, MeisterSinger introduced the Lunascope, followed by another new model in 2021, the Stratoscope, featuring a captivating oversized moon phase display. […]

Hands-on – My Personal Thougths On The Lebois & Co Heritage Chronograph

If you’ve been keeping an eye on MONOCHROME Watches, and I sort of expect you have, you might have seen this handsome little devil pop up before. It’s the latest model coming from Lebois & Co, a revived historic name closely linked to Airain thanks to its Dutch owner Tom van Wijlick. Reviving a name […]

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