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Minuteman MM01 Polished Watch Review

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...

Review of the Hamilton Khaki Field (H70685337)

Much like Tag Heuer, Hamilton is a brand that I have somehow never owned even though I often found myself enjoying their designs and even noticing them in TV and movie placements. Hamilton is actually a longstanding brand that can trace its roots back to 1892. They started building pocket watches in Pennsylvania and after making their first wrist watch in 1917, Hamilton was a major supplier of wat...

The Timex Military Classic

Timex has a new military model available for sale on their website, and we love the styling as much as the price. The Timex Military Classic is a quartz driven stainless steel watch that Timex designed to be reminiscent of WWII aviation equipment. Regardless of its roots, this piece has...

Review of the Rogue Warrior Red Cell GMT

Following hot on the heels of our review of the Rogue Warrior Avenger, let us introduce the Red Cell. Named after the unofficial title of Richard Marcinko's Navy security team, the Red Cell combines some interesting technology with a rough-and-tumble case and crystal guard. Rogue Warrior is a new brand...

Review of the Rogue Warrior Avenger Chronograph

In the past few years, there has been a noticeable trend for watches to be ultra-rugged, apparently designed for tougher, more demanding people. Watches have always been made to certain rigorous standars -- thus Sir Edmund Hillary was able to wear a Rolex explorer to the top of Mount Everest....

Video Review of the Marathon GSAR and TSAR Dive Watches

Last month, we posted a detailed review of the Marathon GSAR with some nice pictures, but there's nothing like seeing one in HD. In this video, I review both the GSAR (automatic) and TSAR (quartz) Marathon watches. By Christian Cantrell

Review of the Marathon GSAR

View the Marathon GSAR Photo Gallery. The Marathon Watch Company is a supplier of watches to the Canadian military, but their products are also available for use by the U.S. military, law enforcement, and other government agencies. Luckily, they are also available to the general public. The Marathon GSAR (meaning...

Review of the Luminox EVO SEAL Colormark 3051

If you've ever wondered what sort of watch would suit military personnel, SWAT teams and police departments, then today's review of the Luminox EVO SEAL Colormark 3051 might be of interest. Let's start off with the specifications: Waterproof to 200m (660ft) Mineral crystal Non-screw-down, double-gasket crown Quartz movement with end-of-life...

Review of the MTM Black Seal Xtreme Dive Watch

View the MTM Black Seal photo gallery. I did my first review of an MTM Special Ops watch almost exactly two years ago. If I remember correctly, it was the only MTM model available at the time. MTM is now up to no fewer than eight different models with a...

The New MTM Camouflage Series

We wrote about the MTM Special Ops Watch in September of 2005, and found them unique, functional, and durable. We can now add "stealthy" to the list with the release of their three new models available in a camouflage finish. Stainless steel is difficult to paint, so MTM had to...

Review of the MTM Special Ops Watch

View the Special Ops Watch photo gallery. The MTM Special Ops watch is a nice-looking, rugged, functional timepiece. Apparently having previously only been available to the military and to law enforcement agencies (the Secret Service, Navy Seals, Air Force, Delta Force, Army Rangers, Special Forces, Swat Teams, FBI, DEA, Police...

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