Time itself seemed to slow down this year, but these new timepieces are sure to keep you on track.
In a year fraught with upheaval and uncertainty, the slight shifts in the horological landscape — the wider adoption of e-commerce, the continued downsizing of watch-case diameters — were welcomed. New watches were characterized by mostly incremental changes: Omega debuted a renewed caliber 321 movement in a steel Speedmaster (pricey but awesome), and Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual brought back bright dial colors from the 1970s (unexpected but beautiful).
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