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Borealis Bull Shark | Watch Review

Borealis Bull Shark So, we have another homage here. This time it is a touch different. The Borealis Bull Shark homages a watch that is not currently produced. That would be the Original Rolex Sub from 1953. (I incorrectly misspoke in the video and said Tudor).  Microbrands have their place in the watch world, and it is great when one of these brands produce something original and for a more ...

Borealis Seafarer II | Video Review

Borealis Seafarer II  

Borealis Seafarer II | Watch Review

Borealis Seafarer II Borealis Seafarer II Specifications: Case Size: 44mm x 53mm Screwed down crown with engraved B logo Slightly Domed Sapphire Crystal with A/R coating inside 120 clicks unidirectional sapphire lumed bezel with BGW9 lume applied to indexes and turbine style grip bezel finish Made in Japan Citizen Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement Automatic Helium Release Valve 316L Stainless Steel C...

Borealis Batial | Watch Review

As bronze fever continues to grip those who live within our niche watch world, as evident by Tudor’s new Heritage Black Bay Bronze, Portugal based Borealis comes in strong yet again with their new model, the Batial (pronounced Ba-tee-al). This beautifully sculpted chunk of bronze is a deep diver that was made to fit any occasion. In February 2016, Maria, owner of Borealis Watch Company, was ...

Watch Review | Borealis Sea Dragon

Borealis Sea Dragon Borealis, a name that has become synonymous with quality and value, seems to have rooted itself at WatchReport.Com, and with good reason. Who isn’t looking for a classic-inspired dive watch that delivers unsurpassed looks, functionality and exceptional quality at a pauper’s price point? In November 2014, I reviewed the Borealis Scout Sniper, which is a watch that se...

Borealis Scout Sniper Review

So, how much ‘watch’ does $300.00 dollars get you? A heck-of-a-lot if you’re buying Borealis’ new Scout Sniper. As of late, Borealis has created a strong buzz among watch enthusiasts looking for a timepiece that is well built, fun to wear, and most importantly, easy on the wallet. Borealis boasts on their site that they manufacture timepieces that are made with reliable mec...

Borealis Sea Hawk Review

Ah yes, it is time to talk about the Hawk of the Sea. Wait. Hawk of the Sea? Is that such a thing? Well, actually it is. (I had to look it up, I know about watches, not birds). A Sea Hawk, or its official name, the Osprey, is a fish eating bird of prey. What does this have to do with a new micro brand diver? Well, I guess not much really, but I just wanted to share my research with you. Onto the n...

Borealis Seafarer Dive Watch Review and Video Review

If you have been looking for an affordable, quality, homage to a Rolex DSSD and/or Tudor Pelagos, well, you don’t have to look further than the Borealis Seafarer. The Borealis’s newest dive model is a combination of a Rolex inspired case and dial, but on a larger scale, with Tudor Style Snowflake hands. Borealis makes no bones about it that it is a homage, actually, they consider thems...

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