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What’s On My Wrist – I use the popular Twitter #womw hash tag to show here from time to time which watch I am wearing, or I am reviewing hands-on.

Where are the updates? I’m at Fratellowatches!

Where are the updates? I’m at Fratellowatches!

If you wondered why there haven’t been updates at in2watches.com lately, the answer is here. I’ve teamed up as a contributor with Fratellowatches. Fratellowatches is currently the 4th largest blog on wristwatches in the world and I was honored to have the possibility to join long-time watch friend Robert-Jan Broer and photographer Bert Buijsrogge....
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Is it a watch? The Garmin vívofit is, and more

Is it a watch? The Garmin vívofit is, and more

After publishing about the upcoming introduction of the Garmin vívovit last January we were happy to receive the device for in-depth testing, and tried it it out for three weeks. So the vívofit, is it a watch? Yes, you could use it as a digital watch indeed; it is able to permanently show the...
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Baselworld 2014; new Tudor models

Baselworld 2014; new Tudor models

For 2014 Tudor has four novelties; three new watches/lines and a book on the history of the brand. Of course the blue bezelled version of the Black Bay is nice and certainly a different appearance compared to the burgundy. However the model which struck me most was the Tudor Ranger. Being a fan of...
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Exiting Baselworld 2014 news, Grönefeld Parallax Tourbillion

Exiting Baselworld 2014 news, Grönefeld Parallax Tourbillion

You’ve probably seen teasers during the last few weeks, however believe me, you’ve seen nothing yet! Last week during an informal pre-Baselworld GTG in The Hague, Bart and Tim Grönefeld showed a few ‘first friends of the brand’ their new model, the Parallax Tourbillion. In my opinion ‘three time’s the charm’ is so true...
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Omega, Seamaster 300 – 166.024-67

Omega, Seamaster 300 – 166.024-67

This is a very interesting and quite rare 1967 Omega Seamaster 300 with reference 166.024-67 and Omega cal 565. The version with date indication is hardly seen. At the time of writing there’s not one offered at Chrono24, they’re all (12 pieces at the moment) reference 165.024 without date. As the icing on the...
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Ebel, 1911 Discovery Chronograph

Ebel, 1911 Discovery Chronograph

We have added an Ebel 1911 Discovery Chronograph (complete set) to our sales collection. This is just a quick snap shot to let you know; more, larger and more detailed pictures will follow later, or upon request. Credentials for this watch: Brand: Ebel Model: 1911 Discovery Chronograph Reference: 9750L62 Movement: automatic, chronometer Size: 43...
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Unity Discovery test drive

Unity Discovery test drive

Today is the first day of my two weeks test drive of the Unity Discovery. I already had the unpacking fun of course, which was really promising. The watch came in a beautiful metal box with a serious (closed with sealing wax) envelope for the instructions and a warranty card. Anyhow, it’s on my...
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Baselworld 2013, day four

Baselworld 2013, day four

Sunday it is, and it’s to mention that the fair gets less crowdy. At least the press center is – most watch news will have probably been published by now. First to end my write up of day three; yesterday just after I published my write up I visited Glycine. They celebrate the 60th...
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Baselworld 2013, day three

Baselworld 2013, day three

Eager to make it more in2watches today I made an early start. Of course first things (coffee) first and answering some emails, and then where else to set off to then to the Palace where all the high-end unreachable independents are. Today I’ll make it a picture show and won’t harass you with huge...
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Baselworld 2013, day one

Baselworld 2013, day one

Today was the official opening of the fair to the public. Which I passed; one opening a fair seems enough for me. Besides that I have to start here with finishing yesterday, after I posted the ‘day zero’ article I was at the (first ever) Tudor bloggers press conference. Besides the new (mainly chronograph)...
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The Glycine Combat SUB in2watches edition can now be ordered.

The Glycine Combat SUB in2watches edition can now be ordered.

We would like to inform you that we got the second batch of the Glycine Combat SUB in2watches.com exclusive edition in, and so the watch is now available for sale. To order please follow the information and instructions in this link: Glycine Combat SUB in2watches edition ordering page Again, thanks for your interest and...
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Hublot, Big Bang Ice

Hublot, Big Bang Ice

The Hublot Big Bang Ice is a sturdy multi-material chronograph with black ceramic, anthracite composite and blanc metal elements. This watch has been worn very carefully and is really in like new condition; there are no visible marks or dings with the bare eye. The diameter of the case is 44,5 mm and it’s...
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Sinn, U1.SDR

Sinn, U1.SDR

If you’re looking for a real ‘beater’ or just a reliable mechanical diving watch, this will be something for you. I’m selling a Sinn U1.SDR, made in 2009 and it’s in like new condition. The diameter of the watch (without crown) is 44 mm, and the thickness is 14,3 mm. The watch weighs 113...
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Glycine Combat SUB in2watches.com world exclusive edition

Glycine Combat SUB in2watches.com world exclusive edition

As mentioned a few posts before, in2watches.com will introduce a world exclusive edition of the popular Glycine Combat SUB sports watch. I decided that the casing should be stainless steel, the dial and turning bezel dark brown, the printing rose gold, the crystal sapphire and there will be two straps and a strap changing...
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@ Baselworld 2012

@ Baselworld 2012

I’m visiting Baselworld 2012 from March 7th till 12 and will publish a full report on a separate page at in2watches as soon as possible. For now here are some untouched quick shot’s to get the feeling: MB&F, HM4 new version in rose gold ClockTwo, time in words Omega Speedmaster 1962 re-edition De Motu,...
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