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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 Luminox F-22 Raptor 9282

We've reviewed several Luminox watches and clocks here at Watch Report, and today we're happy to review another: the new F-22 Raptor, model 9282. The brand is clearly moving into more upscale models, and this is a nice example of what they can do. Let's start with the specs: Titanium...

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 6402 “Blackout”

In addition to the other timepieces Luminox recently provided us, we also got a sneak preview at the unreleased 6402 'Blackout' seen here. Based on the previous F-117 Nighthawk 6402, the Blackout goes stealth with black-on-black dial, hands and matching PVD case and bracelet. The only color on the face...

Review of the Luminox 2002

Continuing our Luminox reviews, today we have the just-discontinued model 2002 GMT watch. Described as an "Executive Traveller Watch," it combines the utility of tritium illumination with a nice case, bracelet, 24-hour bezel, and separate 24-hour hand. Let's get started with some specifications: 40mm by 11mm, 125g. Quartz movement, 45-month...

Review of the Luminox LWAC-B Travel Alarm Clock

Today's review is a bit unusual because although it's 1mm smaller than the newest Panerai, it's not a wristwatch; rather, it's the Luminox LWAC-B travel alarm clock. When Luminox USA contacted us recently, we perused their product line and were surprised to learn that they offer travel alarms, but if...

New Christopher Ward Tri-Tech Diver Elite announced

There's a lot of innovation going on at Christopher Ward these days. They've just announced a mechanical chronograph and now a new mechanical diver, the Tri-Tech Diver Elite pictured at right. Available in yellow, blue or black dial, this PVD-based beauty sports: Sellita SW200 movement (a Swiss clone of the...

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 Ball Engineer Master II Diver

View the Ball Engineer Master II Diver photo gallery. If you're looking to put something a little different on your wrist, you owe it to yourself to consider a Ball. I came across Ball watches when I was looking for something distinctive and unique; something that combines the tradition of...

Review of the Traser Classic Automatic

View the Traser Classic Automatic Photo Gallery. For way too long now, I've been lusting after a watch with H3 tritium vials. I've always been a sucker for things that glow in the dark (my first watch was the original Timex Indiglo, after all), and luminescence is a big part...

Review of the Luminox Navy Seal (3001)

View the Luminox Navy Seal Photo Gallery. I look at a lot of different metrics when evaluating and reviewing a watch, however there's one metric that I hold above all others: wrist time. Wrist time is simply the amount of time I wear a watch beyond the amount of time...

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...

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