Ocean7

Ocean7-LM-7-professional-ploprof-hardened-titanium-diver

The Ocean7 Watch Company is no stranger to the watch world, or here onWatchReport.com. We have reviewed nearly their entire collection here on WatchReport, and with the LM-7 PloProf not being one, I was on a mission. I reached out to Ocean7 in hopes of getting the LM-7 PloProf for review, and within a week, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Mitch Feig of Ocean7 at a local Starbucks. Mitch was ...

Ocean7-LM-8

Ocean7 Watch Company’s newest model is the Ocean7 LM-8, a homage to a Rolex Deep Sea Sea Dweller (DSSD), but with enough of its own added features to not make it a blatant copy.  A friend of mine had recently purchased a LM-8. He raved so much about it, I had him send it to me so I can do a hands-on review. First, we take a look at the packaging. Ocean7 delivers on both presentation and prot...

OCEAN7 LM-5 GMT Review

Seasoned Watch Report readers will know OCEAN7 very well. Over the past few years WR has reviewed a half dozen watches produced by the Florida-based brand and we have always been impressed by the quality, design and value that OCEAN7 presents with with each model. Today’s review focuses on a new version of OCEAN7’s dress diver, the LM-5. This new model incorporates a practical and watch-nerd-appro...

Ocean-7-LM-PC-Pilot-Chronograph

OCEAN7 has officially announced the LM-PC Pilot Chronograph with immediate availability. A watch that likely needs a nickname, the LM-PC Pilot Chronograph is a 44 x 15 mm automatic chronograph powered by the Swiss ETA 7750. The sandblasted stainless steel case is available in only one finish, a DLC treatment which gives you the look of PVD without all the scratching common to a PVD finish. This ne...

OCEAN7-LM-4-V2

New technologies and manufacturing processes afford the modern watch buyer a dizzying array of choices for their next watch. Modern sport watches feature the use of carbon fiber, rubber, hardened steel, titanium, plastics, multiple types of stainless steel and even ceramic materials. Ceramic is a compound that has long been favored in manufacturing for its resilience, light weight and and consider...

In for Review – The OCEAN7 LM-4 V2

Answers.com defines Ceramic as “Any of various hard, brittle, heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials made by shaping and then firing a nonmetallic mineral, such as clay, at a high temperature”. Ceramic materials have been used in many applications including pottery, bricks, ballistic protection, knife blades, automotive braking systems and even watchmaking. Obviously, we are most concern...

OCEAN7 Announces the LM-5 and LM-4 V2

OCEAN7 Watches has announced two new models, the LM-5 and the LM-4 V2. The LM-5 is OCEAN7’s newest flagship dive watch and the LM-4 V2 is the newest version of OCEAN7’s successful ceramic cased sport watch the LM-4. We have reviewed a number of OCEAN7 models in the past and have found them to represent good value and craftsmanship for a relatively new independent manufacturer. Click th...

OCEAN7 Classic and AirNautic Classic 24 Review

OCEAN7 and its sister brand AirNautic, are well known for making sport and dive watches with a variety of styles and quite a few models have been seen on Watch Report in the past. After so many dive and aviation watches it was surprising to see a modern dress watch come from OCEAN7 but they have made one and its known simply as The Classic. We  have two examples to show you today one is the OCEAN7...

Review of the Ocean7 G-2 Chronograph

View the Ocean7 G-2 Photo Gallery. After our review the Ocean7 LM-2, we were anxious to get our hands on more from Ocean7. This time, we thought we'd trying something a little different: the Ocean7 G-2 Dive Chronograph. I've always been a sucker for dive chronographs like the Seamaster Pro...

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