Kenneth Drysdale

panzera_b47_breuer_altos_limited_edition_Watch_Review

In for review is the Panzera Breuer 47 Limited Edition. Stemming its inspiration from the German Bauhaus popular back in the 1950’s and 60’s for their minimalistic and timeless designs, today’s Breuer 47 fills the needs of those looking for that minimalistic and clean dress timepiece. If you remember, my college Don Evans reviewed the Breuer 44 almost a year ago to date, which initially turned me ...

lum_tec_m_watch_review_watchreport

Lum-Tec M68 In for review is a watch that most enthusiasts are already quite familiar with these days. For those who are not familiar with the brand.. you’re welcome. Lum-Tec is known for their well-built quality watches and outstanding lume, which brings me to the M Series of their collection. Combined with a variety of styles to choose from, currently 25 in the M Series including quartz movement...

itanano_phantom_carbon_49_automatic

ITAnano, an Italy based company, has made their play in the watch world by incorporating similar uses of technology of the leading sport cars and aero dynamics manufacturing into their watches. By using such materials as carbon, mineral fiber and polyfiber monocoque, ITAnano has certainly figured out their way of separating themselves from the everyday run of the mill watch companies. The watch we...

mvmt-white-tan-leather

If you recall, a while back I reviewed the Black on Black model from MVMT’s collection line. After a few emails and comments inquiring about the leather band option, I figured a follow up review was in order. MVMT offers 2 variations of their watches; leather or stainless steel bracelet, totaling six different variations. Keeping it simple, MVMT (or better know as Movement) uses the same cas...

marathon-jdd

Truthfully, this watch needs no introduction. Marathon watches carry a history dating back to the early 1900’s, and have been a staple in the industry ever since. For those who are not familiar with the brand, allow me to enlighten you a bit on the company. For one, Marathon is the only company supplying the U.S government with watches and carries the rep of being one of the toughest, durable watc...

AVI-8-supermarnie-seafire-watch-review

  Growing their collection simultaneously with their popularity, AVI-8 has newly released another addition to the pilot collection. Having already reviewed the FLYBOY, and the Hawker Hurricane, I only found it fitting to squeeze in a review of the new Supermarine Seafire. In the Seafire collection, there are four case options to choose from. Two being brushed stainless, one black stainless, and th...

Konifer-navigator-army-wood-watch

Konifer Navigator Army Wood Got wood? Konifer does, and plenty of it! Konifer, a Canadian watch company based in Qubec, opened their doors in 2012 and has been supplying the world with handmade, 100% natural wood watches ever since.  With his family roots already planted in the forest, Max Clement, owner of Konifer Watches, took a different approach and tied his love of watches in with the family ...

Lum-Tec-G5

With spring here and summer right around the corner, it’s only fitting that we review another Lum-Tec watch that will fit the seasons. The G series from Lum-Tec is definitely a watch with some hot weather flavor. The collection boasts a total of 10 different color styles to choose from, 4 of which are PVD coated casings. Apart from their distinct colors, the skeletonized case itself is one feature...

Orefici-Vintage-42mm

The history of Orefici dates back to 1933 in the city of Milan, where the founder designed and handcrafted beautiful intricate pieces of jewelry. Now days, Orefici specializes in watches with a total of 7 different collections under their belt. With this quickly growing Miami based company, and all the sports celebrities rocking an Orefici on their wrist, I only thought it was fair to get an Orefi...

Obris-Morgan-Explorer

In for review this week is the Obris Morgan Explorer. Obris Morgan, a Hong Kong based manufacture, has been around for quite some time now, producing quality watches at affordable prices. The Explorer model we’re going to take a look at is the DLC, blue dial and blue bezel combo. Let’s get started with the dry specs from the Obris Morgan site: Price: $299.00 USD (DLC Coating FInishing, Blue Dial, ...

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