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Watch Review | Prometheus Poseidon Bronze

Portugal based Prometheus Watch Company has become a favorite among those who feel the need to find a healthy balance between their insatiable appetite for dive watches, quality, performance, and most importantly, their budget. For the purpose of this review, I was able to grab a bronze Poseidon, which is a watch that I would soon discover to be a photographer’s nightmare, but a watch lover&...

Prometheus Piranha Review

For many out there in the watch collecting world that follow micro brands, I am sure you are familiar with Prometheus Watches. If you are not, then this will be a great introduction for you, as I consider the Prometheus Piranha the best model from Prometheus to date. Now, that is not to say that previous models from them were sub par, there are many great Prometheus models that I have been fortuna...

Prometheus Sailfish 300m Automatic Diver Watch Review and Video Review

In for review is this week is the Prometheus Sailfish 300m Automatic Diver. With a focus on automatic divers produced in the 1950’s, the Prometheus Watch Company set out to create a modern day diver with an old school flavor. Inspired primarily by the first Blancpain Fifty Fathons, Prometheus set out and created their Sailfish collection. Lets begin with some specifications on the watch: 316...

Prometheus Manta Ray Review

According to Greek mythology, Prometheus was a Titan that ruled with others in the Golden Age. Famous for stealing fire from Zeus and giving it back to the mortals, Prometheus was sentenced to an eternal punishment and daily torture. None of this really applies to the world of Indie watch brands except that Prometheus is also the name of a watch manufacturer. The boutique dive watch market has exp...

Prometheus Jellyfish Review

I’m a big fan of Prometheus watches, so when they came out with their new Jellyfish diver I emailed them right away for a review. There aren’t a lot of watches in this category, so let’s dive right in with the specifications. 14.4mm thick, 44mm wide, 47.2 at the 6.9mm crown. 195g sized to 7.5″ wrist 316L stainless steel case, sapphire crystal with inner anti-reflective coat...

Review of the Prometheus Recon 5

Up for review today is the second watch from Prometheus, and it's quite a bit different from the Ocean Diver. The Recon 5 is an handwinding aviator, with the characteristic re-think we've come to expect from Prometheus. Let's get started with some specifications: Stainless steel case: 44mm by 10.5mm. Sapphire...

Review of the Prometheus Ocean Diver

Up for review today is a truly remarkable watch: the Ocean Diver from Prometheus. It's their first watch, designed by Brian Green, and had quite a saga before it was all done. Let's get started with some specifications: Automatic ETA 2836 movement. Day/date, hacking, and handwinding, 40 hour power reserve....

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