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Clerc Odyssey S Watch

Clearly this Clerc watch has a spacey look. A lot of their more "ambitious" pieces tend to have a style that looks like something out of a sci-fi movie prop bin. This one is actually a bit more down to earth compared to what I have seen in the

Clerc Hydroscaph GMT Watch Review

According two Gerald Clerc, the founder of Clerc watches, there are two types of watch brands: those that sell watches due to large marketing and lifestyle campaigns, and those that sell watches due to originality and quality. Clerc is one of those latter brands. I have admired their work from

The Clerc Hydroscaph H1 Watch Now On A Bracelet

Clerc just recently released a new version of their excellent entry-level Hydroscaph H1 chronometer diver (you can see our review here).  So what makes this model noteworthy?  Primarily, it's the bracelet, which is something we've not seen on the the line before. From what I've been able to ascertain, the bracelet continues

Clerc Hydroscaph Limited Edition Chronograph Watches

This year sees three versions of the Clerc Hydroscaph Limited Edition Chronograph watch. This unique piece is attractive as well as functional. Clerc uses a special movement that offers a full 12 hour chronograph with just two subdials. Rather than have two hands in one of the subdials, the main

Clerc Hydroscaph H1 Watch

Here in the aBlogtoWatch watch dungeon, we are currently putting the new for 2013 Clerc Hydroscaph H1 watch through our rigorous watch testing procedures. So a hands-on review of the H1 will come in due time, but until then we'd like to share the news about this new three-hand version

Clerc Hydroscaph H1 Watch Review

Say hello to Clerc's first three-hand version of their popular Hydroscaph dive watch collection. Called the Hydroscaph H1, this watch is meant to be an entry-level priced way of getting into the independent watch brand who has lured a lot of watch lovers with their quality designs and impressively bold

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