Ladies’ Watches

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Omega DeVille Ladymatic

Omega DeVille Ladymatic Omega has held their own in the world with of horology, with leap after leap in technical innovation and design superiority. With 6 Lunar landings under its belt, Omega is poised to remain as one of the greatest success stories of our time. Since the launch of the Co-Axial movements, the brand has been on the forefront with meteoric sales numbers and an ever widening fan ba...

Corum Admiral’s Cup Legend 38 Chronograph

Corum Admiral’s Cup Legend 38 Chronograph The Admiral’s Cup from Corum has been, undoubtedly, its most prolific seller. This year at the Basel Watch Fair held annually in Switzerland, the brand has released its newest addition to the Admiral’s Cup family. This Admiral’s Cup model is called the Legend 38 Chronograph. As the name suggests the case carries a diameter of 38mm. ...

Cartier Pasha 42mm Skeleton Watch with Panther Décor

Cartier Pasha 42mm Skeleton Watch with Panther Décor Cartier has once again proven that it is at the top of its game. Cartier has lived up to its reputation as the ‘King of Jewelers’ with the Pasha 42mm Skeleton with Panther Décor. This collection is in a category of its own, as there simply nothing in contemporary horology to compare it with. The Pasha watch owes its nam...

Review of the Bianci H262LWS

We don't have as many reviews of women's watches as we should, so this one will be a welcome addition. Say hello to a newcomer, Bianci Watches, and their ceramic model H262LWS. Let's start off with specifications: Swiss quartz movement using a conventional battery. 38.4mm wide by 12.2mm thick; 42.7mm...

Review of the Casio Lady-G LWA-M140-7ACF

A review today of a women's watch from Casio's Baby-G series that does it all. The LWA-M140-7ACF is quite the powerhouse, packed into a casually-styled look that belies its inner geek: Tough solar power (the dial is a solar panel). 5-band atomic timekeeping (US, UK, Japan, Germany). Water resistant (depth...

Review of the Abingdon Amelia

Up for review today is the other watch from newcomer Abingdon, the Amelia model. Let's dive right in with some specifications: 40mm stainless steel case, 12mm thick, 65g. Color-matched leather strap, thorn buckle. Water resistant to 50m (165ft). Miyota 6M17 quartz movement with GMT, sweep second and date functions. Inner...

Review of the Abingdon Jackie

Today we review a watch from newcomer Abingdon Watches, a company founded by a female pilot who couldn't find a watch that she liked for flying. Solving a personal problem is often the source of great ideas, so we were delighted to review their designs. First off is the Jackie...

Review of the Casio Baby-G BGA100-8B

Up for review today is the Casio Baby-G BGA100-8B. It's a G-Shock for women, if the rhinestone-accented pink dial and heart-shaped window didn't already tip you off. As with the forthcoming mini line, Casio has scaled down the full G-Shock requirements for the Baby-G line: Water resistant to 100m (330ft)...

Casio brings G-Shock Mini to USA.

Casio has announced it is bringing the popular G-Shock Mini line to the USA. These are popular G-Shock styles designed to find a home with women buyers. They are available in a wide selection of "feminine" colors and sizes that span three models which are probably very familiar if you...

The Guess Mechanical Digital

If you're like me, you probably never thought of using the flip-dot technology that you see on roadside signs for a wristwatch. A company called Sequel AG did, though, and has miniaturized it and licensed the technology to Guess for a line of women's watches appearing this fall to be...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAW500-1V

We have an unusual review today: the Casio Pathfinder PAW500-1V. It's a Pathfinder for women, but surprisingly it's a great watch for a man, too. We've done lots of Pathfinder reviews here on Watch Report, so we jumped at the chance to review this one. The spec list includes: 5-band...

The Suunto Lumi: An Adventure Watch for Women

There aren't a lot of women's outdoor watches on the market. Geeky multifunction tools like the Casio Pathfinder and the Suunto X9i are large even for men, and tend to be functionally styled. The size of the watch case required to accommodate the type of technology found in modern hiking...

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