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    The all-new Steel Submariner - only new Rolex worth buying on James?

    Posted 2010-09-04
    Being a tool watch kind of guy, I like my watches to have the bare minimum of design elements and features to do the job the timepiece is designed to do. That's why I've always prefered the no-date Submariners: why would you need a date when you'r...
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    James in the field: Seiko adventures

    Posted 2010-07-07
    This spring, James sent out his errand boy to get a closer look at the 2010 edition of the Audi A8. For this edition of James in the field, Douglas was sent somewhat further away, all the way to glorious Nippon. After barely surviving an overdose ...
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    A very special Rolex: Auto Oysterquartz on James

    Posted 2010-06-04
    The Oysterquartz was one of Rolex's few forays into electronic watchmaking, and that fact alone usually lends itself to draw some conclusions. With their focus later shifting to exclusively produce mechanical timepieces, one would think that the O...
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    Dark Side Of The Rolex Datejust Watch

    Posted 2010-03-30
    The world of Rolex modification is very alive and well. A big industry that spans most watch loving countries. For decades, people have been altering Rolex watches in order to make them more unique or more expensive looking - often by adding any n...
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    Daniel Craig tale of treachery continues

    Posted 2009-10-25
    The fantastic Mr Ehrlich over at Jake’s Rolex blog (a must for any Rolex nutter) recently unveiled the next step in Daniel Craig’s masterplan to annoy the hell out of Omega. Treachery is a bit too harsh of a term, but the alliteration appealed to...