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Watch Mods: Replacing a Seiko Dial and Hands

Posted on June 22, 2021

Welcome to the second edition of our recurring series on watch mods! One thing that surprises people new to watch modding is just how many components in a single watch can be swapped out and exchanged for something different! Today, we’ll show you how to change two of the most visible components – the dial […]

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How the G-Shock Became the Most Durable Watch in the World

Posted on June 10, 2021

If you’re a regular visitor to watch forums and online groups, you’ll quickly learn that the G-Shock is regarded as the most durable make of watch in the world. Those with an intense lifestyle – whether it’s engaging in high-contact sports or extreme outdoor adventures – have sung praises for the hundreds of varieties of […]

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The Origins of the Iconic NATO Strap

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NATO straps have enjoyed increased popularity in recent years though they have been around for a while. This increase has even caught the attention of high-end watch brands like Omega and Breitling but can be found on brands like Bulova, Hamilton, and Rado as well. Considering how popular NATO straps are, it’s helpful to know […]

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The History of Omega: What Makes the Brand World-Famous

Posted on June 8, 2021

If you are investing in a high-end watch, there are plenty of options from the 60+ brands available at Feldmar Watch Company. When searching for that perfect watch, you’ll find that each brand seems to offer something slightly different and unique. One brand worth considering is Omega, one of the most recognized watch brands in […]

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A Quick Guide to 5 Types of Watch Clasps and Buckles

Posted on June 2, 2021

Watches are a sophisticated piece of equipment with sometimes hundreds of moving parts powering an array of built-in features. One often overlooked characteristic of a watch is the clasp or closure. When looking at watches, you’re likely to encounter a description of the type of clasp, buckle, or closure used to secure the bracelet or […]

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