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 "I LIVE WITH WHAT I'VE DONE, WHO I'VE LOVED, AND THE FUTURE MY PAST CREATES." - MARK TWIGHT  The Stingray was only the third watch that Mk II ever produced, and only the second dive watch. It was our homage...
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The cap comforter was standard issue to all RAF Airmen (aka "Erks") during WW2. The one thing everyone had in common was they were overworked and uncomfortable. Either they were boiling or freezing, rarely in between, either in the air...
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What we absolutely didn't want to do was produce the standard self-aggrandizing marketing booklets that pass for brand magazines from watch companies. We won't be extolling the virtues of the world's most scratch resistant watch hands or the self-centering watch...
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We were first introduced to the mugs, commonly referred to as “watch mugs”, in The Pacific, Ep. 2 as exhausted U.S. Marines leave Guadalcanal. The scene looks contrived, but it recreates a very real event likely repeated time and time...
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One of the biggest misconceptions of World War II revolves around women and their role in the war effort. The conventional wisdom is that women served largely on the home front, but that is but one small part of the...
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