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Ticking off the week's news in watches

This Week in Watches: August 19, 2014

This Week in Watches: Updates to Breitling Colt line, Braun's Bauhaus timepieces, Autodromo's self-winding watch from Pebble Beach and much more.

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Face Value: CT Scuderia Dashboard

Our last look at Italian watch company CT Scuderia involved marveling at their race timer-inspired Corsa, which takes its design cues from vintage racing stopwatches. We're just as enamored by their new Dashboard series ($1,495+) of automatic watches, another vintage-inspired collection; this time the muse is vintage speedometers.

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Time on Our Hands: CT Scuderia Corsa

Racing-inspired timepieces are plentiful these days. While wrist-worn chronographs have done the trick for decades, the more common instrument in the paddocks, pits and grandstands during the golden age of racing were hand-held stopwatches, chunky steel timers with oversized buttons for precise stops, starts and resets that were often worn around the neck on a lanyard. Young Italian brand CT Scuderia chose these track-day tools as inspiration for their timepieces, including the Corsa ($1,295).

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Timekeeping: CT Scuderia Corsa

Spend enough time (and money) around wristwatches and it’s easy to become jaded. Soon you’re only interested in historically significant references or manufacture movements (Quartz? No way!) and you can lose sight of what attracted you to watches in the first place – that je ne sais quois visual quality that makes you smile when...

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