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Bye 2019 and Welcome 2020! Apologies to keep all long awaited as we have something exciting coming up - Our top 5 New Year’s resolution! Starting off with a quote “If your fail to plan, you plan to fail”. Hence, our first New Year’s resolution is to set clear goals. Surely, most people does this right? However, do you achieve your goals every year? You want to set a goal which is realistic and achievable. Perhaps, give it a time-frame, make it measurable and specific so you are clear-minded on where you are heading towards then, do a mid-year check...

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The most frequent question people ask when buying watches is – how do I buy a right watch size for my wrist or how do I know which watch size is the best fit for my wrist. First, take a look at a picture of a watch. What do you think of its size? Next, we are going to share with you the 5 criteria people look at when answering the question. The first criteria - Case Diameter A watch with a big case diameter will look weird most probably due to being unproportioned to a small wrist, agree? Unless...

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This is my personal story that changed my life more than 10 years ago. Having grown up in a city, I was one who never really enjoyed camping and outdoors. I did sports but it was never something I was really good. In university, I was offered the opportunity to do a student exchange programme. I took a class in Spanish and that was when my fascination in Central and South American ancient civilizations began. When you learn a language, you learn the history and culture. I learnt stories of the Spanish conquistador and imagined the glory of the ancient...

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Take a look at a few pictures of our watches, what do you noticed? All the watches have been set to 10:10! You can see it in catalogs and in-store displays, where watches are set to show the time as 10 minutes past 10 o’clock or sometimes 10 minutes to 2 o’clock. With the hand aligned to that time, the watch resembles a smiley face and is also known as “Happy Time". It is a marketing technique among watch sellers. That way the clock appears to be smiling, making buyers feel good and subconsciously help in the sales of watches. Interesting? To see more...

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Our watch collections have been named after key inventions that have helped shaped our explorations and adventures in the OCEAN, SKY and LAND. The numbers signify the year when the invention was officially used and are related to changes on how we explore the OCEAN, SKY and LAND Our pioneer OCEAN watch collection is named the 1908 Deep Wave in tribute to the invention of the decompression table in 1908 by John Scott Haldane. Decompression sickness can happen when bubbles are formed in the body’s tissues and bloodstream caused from breathing from the nitrogen gas tank during a dive ascent...

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