Benarus

Benarus Vintage Moray

Benarus Vintage Moray Vintage is a term that has come to embody very different meanings worldwide. Correctly used, vintage refers to the year or place wine was produced, especially when addressing wine of higher quality. While it does appear to be a word sensationalized by businesses to help sell anything with an old or dated look, that’s not the case with BENARUS, a company that has proven to und...

Following in the success of the Megalodon 4, Benarus has announced their newest model, the Sea Snake. Benarus seems to have a knack for developing distinct and rather original designs, and the new Sea Snake is no exception. Featuring a 44 x 14 mm stainless steel case with a lug to lug length of only 50mm, the Sea Snake should be completely at home on most wrists and, given its 42 mm bezel, it will...

Benarus Megalodon 4 Titanium Review

I don’t generally care for large watches. Much over 44 mm and I usually don’t even pay attention, which is why I largely ignored the first three iterations of the Benarus Megalodon. Regardless of my general indifference, the Megalodon has been soldiering on as a very successful, low production model aimed at buyers who are interested in a large watch which packs considerable wrist-presence without...

Benarus-TI47

Benarus has announced availability of their newest  TI47 models. The TI47 incorporates titanium construction and an expanded case size into the stylish good looks of the Benarus Moray (which we reviewed here). The TI47 is a lovely and simple design which has been built to be as tough as possible. This Benarus features a 4mm double domed sapphire crystal, 2000m water resistance and timekeeping is p...

Benarus

We do not generally do PSAs but we have reviewed a series of Benarus watches in the past (see: Moray, Worldiver, and Remora) and thanks to their high quality, unique style, and attractive pricing, they quickly sold out. We received a few disappointed emails as some of you tried to get a Benarus only to find it was too late. Benarus models are produced in limited editions and the watch collecting c...

Benarus-Announces-Moray-3-and-Remora-2

Benarus annouced today that reservations are open for limited production runs of the previously sold-out Remora and Moray. We have reviewed both the original Remora and Moray dive watches and came away very impressed with the quality, attention to detail and pricing. The new Moray 3 is fitted with the Miyota 9015 which is a nice update over the 8125 that was used in the original. The Remora 2 rema...

Benarus-Moray-Ti47

Benarus Watches announced earlier today that they are taking reservations for the newest iteration in the Moray series. The new model, dubbed the Ti47, is available in a three hand design and as an automatic chronograph. As the name suggests the cases are made of titanium and measure a mammoth 47mm across. The three hand model is slated to cost $950 and feature 2,000m water resistance, measure 18m...

Benarus-Remora

In the ever expanding world of independent watch makers, it can be hard to know if you are buying a fad that will flash in the pan and one day leave you with an unreliable and unserviceable watch. There are so many new companies sprouting up and making sports watches for an eager online market that keeping them all straight can be tough. Recently, we had the opportunity to spend some time with the...

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