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Bamford London launches its first chronograph on Hodinkee Shop

B347 monopusher chronograph will be sold exclusively by Bamford London and Hodinkee Shop for one month from today

Hodinkee and Oris collaborate on Divers Sixty-Five Caliber 400

The latest piece to go on sale exclusively at Hodinkee Shop is an Oris Divers Sixty-Five Caliber 400, with a meaty production run of 400 priced at $3,800.

Crown & Caliber and Grand Seiko offer US customers exclusive deal...

Launching today, the program will offer trade-ins on timepieces towards the purchase of a new Grand Seiko at its U.S. boutiques.

Certina re-enters US market through exclusive deal with HODINKEE

It has been almost 30 years since Certina withdrew from the US market, and its absence has been particularly notable given the brand’s history and strength in the red hot steel diver and sports watch market.

Breitling and Hermès appoint HODINKEE Shop as an authorized dealer

It has been a big week for HODINKEE with both Breitling and Hermès added to its list of brands on sale through its ecommerce store.

HODINKEE and TAG Heuer bring back a limited edition Carrera Dato

Half of the 250 watches will be sold at HODINKEE Shop and the rest go on sale at TAG Heuer points of sale in the US and Japan.

BREAKING NEWS: HODINKEE buys Crown & Caliber

Crown & Caliber is the second significant acquisition of a pre-owned operator in the past year after the Watches of Switzerland Group bought Analog Shift in September, 2020.

THE BIG INTERVIEW: HODINKEE founder Ben Clymer on how to build...

Having started as a blogger from his bedroom, Mr Clymer is now at the helm of a business that just raised $40 million from an eclectic mix of investors.

Hodinkee gives nod to US Navy with Blancpain limited edition availability

After the success of the Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Limited Edition, Hodinkee says it knew it wouldn’t be long until the next Blancpain link-up.

Hodinkee to be run from London as Mr Porter co-founder takes...

Toby Bateman, who was announced as a new CEO last week for the $100 million ecommerce and media business, will telecommute with New York.