Michael Wolfe

Michael Wolfe has been a watch fan for years. Michael has been developing his watch review techniques over the past 4-5 years. His true passion involves reviewing dive watches in any price category, but also enjoys stepping out and reviewing other watch styles from time to time. Michael is developing a reputable following and solid reputation for the insight he provides through his reviews. When Michael isn't immersed in a watch review, his other interests include following college athletics and spending time with his family.

Rec Watches Cooper C5

As mentioned in my previous review of the Mark I M3, wristwatch enthusiasts Christian Mygh and Jonathan Kamstrup founded REC Watches back in 2013. The concept behind REC Watches is based on three phases, which are Recover, Recycle and Reclaim. The process starts with the Recovery phase in which old, no longer used items are identified through various avenues such as; frequenting barns, scrap yards...

TW Steel Slim Line Collection

Recently, I ran across an article about the best thin watches for men. Some of the names mentioned were Christopher Ward, Zenith, and Piaget amongst others. Each were truly thin and noted high quality specifications, but none of them retailed under $500 USD. What about individuals needing a more cost effective alternative? Personally, I always try to find value and quality, which I believe TW Stee...

YESMAN

YesMan Watches is a result of a couple of college students that were tired of the 9-5 routine lifestyle. Their concept and design have been an attempt to provide inspiration to others in relation to how individuals spend their time daily. Essentially, the creators of YesMan Watches want people to enjoy each and every moment of life and spend time according to how each individual sees fit; Do not n...

Frederique Constant Classics Index

When you are looking for an accessible luxury timepiece, Frederique Constant has a wide range of models to consider. Frederique Constant is a Swiss watch company headquartered in Genève, Switzerland. The company, as it currently exists, was established in 1988, but has roots dating back to 1904 through Frederique Schreiner and Constant Stas. Since 1994, the company progressed in watch ...

Detomaso San Marino Dive Watch Review

  Founded in 1993, Detomaso, a German based company, began establishing watch collections that would highlight the owner’s persona to be captured in various venues such as; a sporting environment, normal every day life, or in the executive board room. The model lines created by Destomaso include the Trend, the Classic and the Ladies collections. According to Destomaso, the company place...

Fromanteel Globetrotter Watch Review

I’m a huge Nascar race fan, and occasionally look around the web for racing inspired timepieces. I recently ran across an offering from Fromateel Watches. While looking at all models the company offers, I noticed the Globetrotter Series, which appeared to offer classic timeless designs. Naturally, I wanted to check out a model from the Globetrotter series, and Fromanteel kindly supplied the ...

Scurfa Diver One Hands on Review

If you are looking for a 200-meter rated dive watch that will not break the bank, then look no further than the Diver One Silicon from Scurfa Watches. Over the past month or so, I had many discussions with Paul Scurfield about the idea behind his watches. Paul, a watch enthusiast and professional saturation diver, explained that the primary goal was to make one watch for his workmates while on any...

Maranez Racha Watch Review

Cushion case dive watches are a strong personal favorite, as I have owned many over the years from various manufacturers. The style, at least personally, is timeless and suitable for any venue whether business, casual or sport. I have found the comfort level to typically be superb in any situation. Additionally, the case style tends to be perfect for almost any strap, whether a great Isofrane dive...

Elliot Brown Bloxworth Watch Review

Elliot Brown Bloxworth Review Ian Elliot & Alex Brown met in 1993, worked together for a number of years at company named Animal, until a change in circumstances lead them in different directions but they remained great friends. A chance conversation almost twenty years later grew into a determination to channel their unique experience into building a new kind of watch, one that would suit the...

REC Watches Mark I M3 Watch Review

Much has been said around the world for years about each of us doing our part to help conserve the environment. I find it refreshing when a watch company does their part in a rather unique way to help conserve our environment and that is exactly what Rec Watches is doing whether intended or not. Wristwatch enthusiasts Christian Mygh and Jonathan Kamstrup founded REC Watches in 2013. The concept be...

Jorg Gray JG8700-11 Watch Review

Jorg Gray, founded in 1998, began solely as an American specialty private-label watch company but has made the move into the world market. Jorg Gray is known for being both fashionable and modern with visually appealing designs and styling.  As part of the Sports Collection from Jorg Gray, model JG8700-11 fits the mold of the fashionable and modern vision of the brand. Jorg Gray JG8700-11 Spe...

Marathon Duvdevan Navigator Pilot Watch Review

The Marathon Watch Company’s origin dates back to Weinsturm Watch, that was founded in 1904, later becoming the company we are now familiar with today in 1941. I have always been a fan of the watches produced by the Canadian based company. Most people who follow various watch blogs and forums are quite familiar with their offerings such as the JSAR, TSAR and GSAR, but many may not be quite a...

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