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Momentum M50 Mark II Watch Review

When it comes to dive watches, I have reviewed many here, from the affordable to the more high end, automatic and quartz. Quartz is sometimes a word that is taboo in the watch community, as many people tend to prefer automatics. But there is something to the “grab and go” quartz, at least to me, and a no nonsense dive watch. Enter the Momentum M50 Mark II, this time with a full luminou...

Detomaso San Marino Multifunction Diver

Today I’d like to share my thoughts on a relatively new watch model offered from Detomaso Watches. The German based company has really produced some bang for your buck watches, continuing with their goal of establishing watch collections that would highlight the owner’s persona to be captured in various venues such as; a sporting environment, normal every day life, or in the executive ...

Magrette Leoncino Watch Review

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...

Glycine F104 Pilot Watch Review

I am admittedly a big fan of Glycine. They are more mainstream than some brands and many of the watch community own at least one of their models, or have at least heard of them, but they are still somewhat more niche than say Tag Heuer or Hamilton. They have a wide range of models, from the Combat Diver models, to the Lagunare, to their classic dress watches and the ever popular Airman models. Tod...

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...

Panzera Flieger 47 Date Series Watch Review

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...

Tom Carter Vanguard Watch Review

Tom Carter is a watch company located on the island country of Cyprus that has really jumped on the scene with some very affordable timepieces. According to the Tom Carter website, the brand is a “lifestyle brand with the main aim of providing its clientèle with quality time.” The brand has a strong focus on large steel watches with a high level of quality and accuracy. This rev...

Meister (MSTR) Aviator w/ Black Croc Leather Strap Watch Review

Lately, I am on a kick enjoying reviewing watches that present themselves as truly good values. Today, I’d like to share my thoughts about a new Aviator model from Meister (MSTR) Watches. Good looking Aviator style watches can be difficult to locate at times, especially at a reasonable price. Before we get into the watch, I want to share a little bit about MSTR watches as described on their ...

Brera Orologi SuperSportivo Square Watch Review

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...

Anstead Oceanis Watch Review

Today we get to take a look at the Anstead Oceanis – a dive watch that that is currently selling for $499. While the Anstead is technically a dive watch, I feel it is a great all occasion watch whether in the ocean, the office, or just your everyday watch. This is technically the second version of the Oceanis, or the evolution of the first model. Many might remember that model or still own o...

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