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Japan honours Casio's first ever G-shock wrist watches

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  The National Museum of Nature and Science has added Casio's DW-5000C, the first-ever model in the G-SHOCK brand of shock-resistant watches, released in 1983, as a fiscal 2019 future technology heritage to the register of essential historical materials for science and technology. The DW-5000C was recognized as having significantly changed the value proposition of wristwatches. The National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo (Director General: Yoshihiro Hayashi) launched the future technology heritage programme in fiscal 2008 to encourage the preservation and use of materials on the history of science of technology. These materials are chosen because they have...

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Odell Beckham wears a Richard Mille RM 56-01 Tourbillon Sapphire on Monday Night Football

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Odell Beckham wears a Richard Mille RM 56-01 Tourbillon Sapphire during pregame warmups for Monday Night Football. Swiss watch brand Richard Mille pioneered the use of a sapphire crystal for a watch case in 2012 with the $1.65 million Richard Mille Tourbillon Split Seconds RM 056 Felipe Masse Sapphire. In 2014 the RM 56-02 Tourbillon Sapphire came out for $2.02 million. However, it’s the slightly older RM 56-01 from 2013 which originally cost $1.95 million that Beckham wore tonight (during warmups) for the Monday night NFL matchup Browns versus Jets. Richard Mille RM 56-01 Tourbillon Sapphire Synthetic sapphire – which both the case and the crystal protecting the dial are made of...

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It’s Time We Recognize All Watches Are Unisex

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Some may claim 2018 is the year of blurred gender lines, but the shift isn’t much of a shift in fashion. Designers have always created androgynous, a-sex, and unisex collections. High style has always been ahead of the times. WEAR THE WATCH YOU LOVE BEST. Many items are worn and used by both men and women, but gendered by design alone. Scarves, gloves, belts, bags, and—for now, although I hope to change your mind—watches. As with a belt or gloves, the first noticeable difference between a watch for a man or a woman is the size of the thing. Men tend to be bigger, so things...

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Rolex and National Geographic Society Will Keep The Planet Perpetual

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Rolex's partnership with National Geographic Society grows from strength to strength as both organisations move in tandem to protect and save planet Earth Advertisement Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf famously believed that the world was like a living laboratory. This led to him equipping explorers with his Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches during the 1930s and sending them to the most extreme of locations. Whether it was the highest peaks or the deepest troughs in the ocean, the tickers served as reliable and functional tools that guided and assisted the explorers.    His belief in exploration naturally led to a partnership with the National Geographic...

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This Is the Perfect Storage Solution for a Small Watch Collection

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  There are about as many ways to store watches are there are watches — you can put them in a safe deposit box; you can keep them in a watch roll; you can keep them in an Otter Box with little pre-cut foam inserts; you can roll them up in spare tube socks; you can wear twelve of them simultaneously so that they’re always on your person and you can effectively keep track of half of the world’s time zones. Some of these methods are more effective than others. Shinola’s new solution is one of the more elegant ones....

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