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Even Without Diamonds and Gold, Rolexes are Still Amazing

Rolex Bamford Submariner Watch - The California Dial used in this wrist-piece was originally designed for the Allied forces during WW2 to provide troops that might be captured with a ‘geographic shield’ (using a mixture of Arabic numbers and Roman numerals gave the captive a degree of anonymity as a purely Arabic style meant the solider was from the U.S.). | #Style #Gadgets #Watches #Rolex #MenStyle |

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Clockwork universe by Tim Wetherell

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Review: Luminox Valjoux Field Chronograph 1860 Series

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Radioactive Watch Has Us All Aglow | Reviews | WIRED

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The Breathtaking Watches of Baselworld

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The Breathtaking Watches of Baselworld

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Sony SmartWatch brings Twitter, Facebook, Texting to Your Wrist

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Pebble E-Paper Smartwatch Connects to Your iOS or Android Phone

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Qlocktwo W Watch Tells Time with a Word Search

Qlocktwo W Watch

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not a timepiece

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ENDLESS TIME GRANDFATHER CLOCK

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Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch LCD Watch

Touchscreen pocket watch

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Kisai Sensai Pure LED Watch

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sweet

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nice one

Movado Mens Watch Model: 0606092

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Piaget Altiplano Squelette

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Motorola Motoactv smartwatch

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Piaget Altiplano Squelette

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Graham Silverstone GMT Blue & Yellow for the weekends when I'm wearing shorts and flip-flops. :)

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This Mechanical Masterpiece Of a Watch Tells Time Without Hands

nice watch!

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Tron-inspired LED Watch

The two rings (styled on a Tron Disc) represent minutes (outer) and hours (inner). The break in the ring represents the time in a normal clock face layout.

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Shinshoku watch

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S-Mode Oberon LED Watch

The time is presented simply, with a single touch of the upper button. The outer ring of LEDs indicate the hour, with LEDs in the same position as numbers on a clock. The second ring indicates single minutes 1-9 and the inner ring indicates groups of 10 minutes. The date can be read in a similar way with a second touch of the upper button.

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The 1955 Cesium Atomic Clock at the National Physical Laboratory, UK. It kept time to a second in 300 years.

CESIUM ATOMIC CLOCKS

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