Comprehensive buying guides for the best brands and models of watches
We got it: Buying a watch is often a serious undertaking, and there are so many options and factors to consider that it can make your head spin. For beginners, this can be downright overwhelming. Hell, even relatively experienced watch collectors have to do some research. It would certainly help to have important information broken down clearly in one place.
And that’s what we’re here for. From premium brands like Rolex and Patek Philippe to more affordable ones like Oris, Hamilton, G-Shock and Timex, we’ve broken down many of the most popular watch brand catalogs into digestible yet comprehensive buying guides. The guides below provide the information and background you need to make an informed decision, along with advice from experienced watch collectors.
The Complete Rolex Buying Guide: Every Current Model Explained
We distill the world of the modern Rolex into something easily decipherable to give you a head start on your next purchase.
Everything you need to know to buy a Rolex Datejust
The Rolex Datejust, in continuous production since 1945, is one of the most popular watches in the world.
Everything you need to know about Rolex’s most popular watch
From languishing on shelves to becoming the hottest watch in the world, Rolex’s Cosmograph Daytona has had a wild ride, indeed.
The Complete Buying Guide for Omega Watches
We break down the catalog of one of the world’s greatest watchmakers, from the Seamaster to the Speedmaster and more.
How to buy an Omega Speedmaster watch
We walk you through the different iterations of one of the world’s most famous watches, from Moonwatch to X-33 and beyond.
The Complete Buyer’s Guide to Tudor Watches
Formerly subordinate to the big brother Rolex, Tudor has established itself and today offers one of the best value for money in watches.
The Complete Patek Philippe Buying Guide
We break down the catalog of one of the finest watch manufacturers in the world, explaining what makes Patek synonymous with high-end watchmaking.
These perpetual calendars are among the best watches from Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe’s complicated watchmaking is famous the world over and its mechanical perpetual calendars are the stars of its catalog.
The Complete Panerai Buying Guide: Every Current Model Explained
A comprehensive guide and brief history of one of the world’s most remarkable dive watch manufacturers and all of its timepieces.
Everything you need to know before buying a TAG Heuer watch
Some don’t remember a time before TAG and Heuer were one, but over 150 years of history make up a vast catalog of impressive watches.
The Complete Hamilton Watch Buying Guide
Hamilton makes a solid entry-level luxury watch for just about any type of person or occasion – here we break down the model lines.
The Complete Buying Guide for Casio G-Shock Watches
Casio makes a tough G-Shock in just about any color and for all types of professions – check them all out here.
How to buy a Timex watch
Timex has launched millions of affordable watches since 1854. Use this handy guide to determine which of their watches is right for you.
Everything you need to know to buy an Oris watch
Yes, it’s possible to get incredible value from a mechanical wristwatch without spending several thousand dollars: look at independent Swiss brand Oris.
The Complete Buying Guide for the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Watch
The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms was one of the world’s first modern diver’s watches, and there are more versions of it than ever before.
Complete Guide to Garmin Running Watches
Every Garmin running watch explained, so it’s easy to compare and contrast. Plus, find the right one for you.
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