YES Watches Discounted For Watch Report Readers

YES-Watches

Update (12/21/09): This offer has expired, however we do plan to offer additional discounts on YES watches in the future. Please keep an eye on Watch Report for details. If you're a regular reader, you know that we're big fans of YES watches. We reviewed both the Zulu and the Tati, and love them both. I also happen to know the founder and CEO of YES watches, Bjorn Kartomten, personally, and I know how passionate he is about his watches, and about customer service. In fact, I've heard seve..

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Review of the Yes Tati

I'm a big fan of Yes watches. I reviewed the Yes Zulu two years ago, and I have the black Kundalini which never fails to draw attention. So when I heard some time ago that Yes was working on an all-digital watch, the project piqued my interest. The Zulu and the Kundalini are stunning watches, but somewhat overpower my narrow wrist, so I hoped a digital Yes watch would give me the unique and innovative perspective on time that is the signature of Yes watches, but in a more appropriately sized..

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Review of the YES Zulu Watch

It's not unusual to see cool new features and functionality packed into digital watches these days: MP3 players, infrared remote controls, cameras, compasses, flashlights, PDAs. Telling time has even become secondary for many watches by companies like Casio, Timex, Suunto, Fossil, and dozens of small new high-tech watch manufacturers. What is unusual, however, is to see a new and innovative high-tech watch whose primary function is not only to tell time, but to do so in traditional and even ..

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