In 1904, Louis Cartier made the first-ever “pilot’s watch” for his pioneering aviator friend from Brazil, Alberto Santos-Dumont. It was a stylish tool watch that went up in the sky and became a universal classic. In 1983, the Casio G-Shock Square broke onto the scene. The watch was the vision of Kikuo Ibe, the Japanese
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