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Deaumar Ensign

Deaumar Ensign Prototype ****Edit**** March 21 2016 The Kickstarter campaign was not funded, so there is currently a pre-order through the Deaumar Website: https://deaumar.co.uk/collections/deaumar-watches/products/deaumar-ensign *****************************************************************************   Launching today on Kickstarter is the Deaumar Ensign, an ultra affordable dive watch,...

Scurfa Watches Diver One Silicone

As the title states, this is a look at the upgraded Scurfa Diver One Silicon. You might remember the review that Michael Wolfe did on the previous version last year.. if not check it out HERE What Scurfa, and owner Paul Scurfield decided to do was give it some upgrades, and keep the price basically the same. So now you have a lumed ceramic bezel instead of aluminum, a domed sapphire crystal., a si...

Florijn model 2

One of the nice things about being a reviewer is not only getting to check out the new models from established or luxury brands, but the newer brands that keep popping up, and being able to share with our readers. Florijn (pronounced Floor- rhine), is a new Dutch brand, and their first model is a 45mm dive watch with some nice specifications and a U.S. price of $365. The name, FLORIJN, is of Dutch...

Marc & Sons Professional Automatik Taucheruhr

It is always a pleasure to uncover a hidden treasure and today I would like to share my thoughts on a fantastic value found from the German based company Marc & Sons. Marc & Sons strives with their watches, “to give our customers a perfect combination of functionality, personal style and way of life along the way.” While striving to achieve this goal they also seem to keep affo...

zelos chroma

Recently, the talk of Zelos Watches has been centered around their upcoming Abyss Diver, but their second model, the Chroma is still relatively new and recently I was able to take it for a spin, and give my opinions of it. The Zelos Chroma comes in two different versions, a standard 3 hand with a solid dial and a skeleton dial. This review will be on the solid dial version. The first thing that st...

Magrette Leoncino

When many of us think of Magrette Watches, some pretty cool round dive watches and custom engraved case designs come to mind. Magrette has most certainly always produced a quality product, but outside of some of the custom case engraving their watch models had a very similar appearance, up until now, with the release of the Leoncino. The Leoncino is quite different from past productions drawing in...

Corniche Heritage 40 Review

Today I am extremely excited to discuss a rather obscure watch brand that many of us may not be aware of yet. Corniche Watches is a company based out of Sweden that has produced their first watch model, the Heritage 40. Corniche Watches view their watch creations as something intimate to the wearer as described on the website: “We believe that watches are something more than a means of telli...

minuteman

We here at WatchReport review a lot of watches, myself included of course – this is a review site after all. I always try and concentrate on the watch and the price when doing my reviews, and while this review is not really different, it is rare that I can discuss the motivation behind the company. Yes, the Minuteman Brand makes watches, but they have also had knives produced for them and ar...

panzera flieger

Black and Blue. The burger you ask? No. A bruise? Nope, not that either. The new Panzera Flieger 47? Yes, that would be what I am referring to. As the name would imply, the Panzera Flieger is 47mm and is another take on your standard pilot/flieger watch. There’s definitely a strong similarity to an IWC Big Pilot, though you can get a Panzera Flieger for a fraction of the price. But will it b...

Brera Orologi SuperSportivo Square

Brera Orologi continues to impress me, and their newest release, the SuperSportivo Square is no different. While it is true that I am primarily a lover of dive watches, the unique design and attention to detail with this new model is hard to ignore, and hard to not appreciate. With a brushed gunmetal case and just a few areas highlighted with polished steel, a multi-layer dial and a square case wi...

twco_sea_rescue_diver

At first glance, one might think the Technical Watch Co. Sea Rescue Diver is paying homage to some long lost Italian vessel. In reality, the green and red markers outlining the circumference of the dial represent periods of observed radio silence should an actual sea rescue be underway. Not important, you say? Ask the crew and passengers of the RMS Titanic. It is believed that one of the safety ru...

arc-tic_iceland_watch_review

When I think of the Arctic Circle, I think of a very remote, desolate place with very little industry and business, let alone watch companies. While the area overall may be a bit remote and desolate, a rather obscure watch brand calls Iceland home. ARC-TIC Iceland is a watch brand that produces timepieces made for extreme sporting and outdoor activities. The company is linked to the JS Watch Co. R...

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