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Don Evans

I've been an avid watch lover since the age of 7. Watches are not only my hobby but a passion. My favorite style used to be dive watches, but field or non bezel watches have been growing on me. When I'm not reviewing watches I am either cooking or with family and friends.

Zodiac Pro Diver Pistachio Watch Review

Zodiac Pro Diver Pistachio Summer has started and that means summer watches. We are starting a summer series of reviews, dedicated to watches with bright colorful dials, pastel dials, and colors that scream summer. The Zodiac Pro Diver Pistachio has just been released (or will soon be released). First was a Red Bar collaboration that brought back the Red Dot series, limited to 200 pieces. Zodiac i...

Ocean Crawler Bolt Watch Review

Ocean Crawler Bolt The Ocean Crawler Bolt is a new dive watch from the now North Carolina-based boutique or microbrand and this latest piece is thin, at only 12.3mm, and has an integrated bracelet, something we have seen a lot of over the past 2-3 years. This 42mm dive watch is rated to 600m water resistant, which is pretty impressive given how thin this watch is. Regarding design inspiration, OC ...

Tuseno Shellback V2 Hands-On Review

Tuseno Shellback V2 The Tuseno Shellback V2 is currently available for preorder, its second preorder as the first sold out with watches set to ship in July. This second round is scheduled to be delivered at the end of the year, but I got my hands on a pre-production piece for this review. I never reviewed the original Shellback, the V1 as it’s now referred to, and while there are a few diff...

Hands-On With the Alkin Model Three Diver

Alkin Model Three Diver In a world where every brand seems to be following the latest trend or adding gimmicky features, a British-based microbrand has released a new model that is more old school and has everything you want and nothing you don’t. The Alkin Model Three Diver comes in three colorways, black, blue, or hunter green, and while it may have a funky familiar dial, everything else ...

Ollech & Wajs 8001 Hands-On Review

Ollech & Wajs 8001 Integrated sports watches have been all the rage and OW pulled from their archives to create this Ollech & Wajs 8001. The 8001 is inspired by the OW Reference 8000 below and is updated for 2023. Well, I shouldn’t say updated as clearly, these are different watches. Still, they took that retro TV cushion chronograph design, and modernized It to a 3-hander date model...

Vaer R1 Oceanracer Chronograph Review

Vaer R1 Oceanracer Chronograph With retro still being all the rage, Vaer has released a new line of retro watches, dubbed the R1 collection. Today I have one of those new models, the R1 Oceanracer Chronograph, using the Vaer lyre lug dive case, in 42mm or 38mm, sapphire crystals, two dial options, and a mecha quartz movement. These watches are inspired by chronographs of the past from the late &#x...

Epos 3504 Titanium PVD Diver Watch Review

Epos 3504 Titanium PVD The Epos 3504 Titanium PVD (official name- Epos 3504 Diver COSC LE) is the latest 500m diver from the Swiss watch brand. Late last year Epos introduced an all-new titanium collection of the Epos 3504, with an all-titanium case, a few different dial colors, and a choice of a bracelet, a nato strap, or a fitted rubber. All of the titanium watches come with a Sellita SW200-1 au...

Traska Freediver V5 Watch Review

Traska Freediver V5 It has taken five years to get the Traska Freediver in for review, and we are now on version 5 or V5 as I will refer to it in this review. After five years, a lot of hype, and a lot of refinement in the watch itself, I have to say this vintage-inspired, dress-diver is a beautiful watch, and I can see why the brand gets the praise it does. This latest iteration comes in four col...

Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Original Review

Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Original Dive watches these days are everywhere. Almost every watch brand makes one. There are probably more dive watches on the market than anything else. But there are dive or diver-style watches, and then there are ultimate or extreme dive watches. That’s where the Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Original comes in. This watch has a lot going on, and a lot of it isn&#x...

About Vintage 1956 Marine Watch Review

About Vintage 1956 Marine If you like vintage-inspired pieces, well there is a brand dedicated to that, and the About Vintage 1956 Marine is their latest piece. About Vintage is a Danish brand, hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark. It is run by two childhood friends who love watches and wanted to create a brand dedicated to the vintage side of things. And why not? Vintage is in, and it has been in, he...

Bernhardt Binnacle Timer Hands-On Review

Bernhardt Binnacle Timer As I was preparing this Bernhardt Binnacle Timer review, it occurred to me that next year, Bernhardt, based in North Carolina will be twenty years old. Yes, Bernhardt is one of the OG microbrands and next year they will have been producing watches for two decades. Now keep in mind part of why it just dawned on me as I can’t believe it’s going to be 2025 next ...

Titoni Impetus CeramTech Hands-On Review

Titoni Impetus CeramTech In the world of wristwatches, dive watches are immensely popular, so much so that all watch enthusiasts must be professional divers. In all reality, dive watches are generally considered the best all-around watch, rugged but refined, high water resistance, easy-read dials, and great lume. What if you could get all that without it being an actual dive watch? Enter the Titon...

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