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All 2020 Watch Introductions In One Overview

HomeWatch TalkAll 2020 Watch Introductions In One Overview Watch TalkAll 2020 Watch Introductions In One Overview Let's make things easier by Robert-Jan Broer April 25, 2020 MIN READAll 2020 Watch Introductions In One OverviewNow that Watches & Wonders, Baselworld, Grand Seiko Summit, Time to Move are being postponed, canceled, or have gone digital, it is a bit more difficult to identify the new watches that are being released in 2020.
For that, we came up with a quick and easy solution. A page that shows you every single 2020 release featured on Fratello. You can find the “2020” in the navigation menu (both on desktop and mobile). It will take you to an overview of all articles that cover watches that have been introduced this year. You can also filter on specific brands if you’re looking for something more specific.
Make sure to keep up with all 2020 releases, by using this menu item. Despite the situation that we are all in (and the inability to look into the future), we do wan..

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All 2020 Watch Introductions In One Overview Let's make things easier by Robert-Jan Broer April 25, 2020 MIN READAll 2020 Watch Introductions In One Overview

Now that Watches & Wonders, Baselworld, Grand Seiko Summit, Time to Move are being postponed, canceled, or have gone digital, it is a bit more difficult to identify the new watches that are being released in 2020.

For that, we came up with a quick and easy solution. A page that shows you every single 2020 release featured on Fratello. You can find the “2020” in the navigation menu (both on desktop and mobile). It will take you to an overview of all articles that cover watches that have been introduced this year. You can also filter on specific brands if you’re looking for something more specific.

Make sure to keep up with all 2020 releases, by using this menu item. Despite the situation that we are all in (and the inability to look into the future), we do want to give you some horological distraction. Unfortunately, the situation also means we can’t travel and do not always have quick access to the watches themselves. That means you will see us using a bit more stock photos than in the past. We have a continuous flow of watches coming into the Fratello photo studio though. It just takes a bit more time this year I’m afraid.

Click here to see all watches released in 2020 that we’ve covered on Fratello.

Be safe, stay healthy, and together with you, we are looking forward to what the rest of this year will bring us. In case of any questions or comments, do not hesitate to reach out to us via info@fratellowatches.com.

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