Hands on Watch Reviews

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Richard Le Grand OceanFarer-Hands on Review

Richard Le Grand OceanFarer Today I take a look at the Richard Le Grand OceanFarer, but a few years ago, I did a review of another RLG watch, the Odyssea. I was not overly fond of that piece, mostly because of bracelet issues, but overall I felt the watch was cheaply made, even for its price. Now, in fairness, the company was still in its early stages, and like all companies, they seemed to have s...

Boldr Odyssey Freediver Hands-On Review

Boldr Odyssey Freediver The Boldr Odyssey Freediver is one of the latest offerings from the constantly evolving microbrand and comes in much smaller than its predecessor with a new 40mm case size. The original Odyssey is 45mm, and I have covered quite a few of them here in recent years. The Freediver isn’t just a smaller case though, it has been updated with quite a few other design elements...

Tutima M2 Pioneer Chronograph Hands-On Review

Tutima M2 Pioneer Chronograph There is no doubt that the Tutima M2 Pioneer Chronograph is an attractive watch, as most German-designed watches are. But here at Watchreport, I do not review watches the same way everyone else does. Most sites try to be wordsmiths and tend to highlight the watch in a positive way. I just don’t do that. Instead, I do, what you probably do. I look at the watch ov...

Vaer D7 Atlantic Hands-On Watch Review

Vaer D7 Atlantic Like most of us these days, you are probably on Instagram and Facebook often, and as a watch enthusiast and blogger/YouTuber/watch journalist, I am on these platforms a lot. That is how I first came across Vaer and the Vaer D7 Atlantic and their dive series in general. They seem to have spent quite a lot on sponsored ads through these platforms and multiple ads as well. If you hav...

Pancerna P.7 Pilot Hands-On Review

Pancerna P.7 Pilot   These days many microbrands or those wanting to be a microbrand go the easy route. Lots of off-the-shelf cases and parts and not much originality. Pancerna and the Pancerna P.7 Pilot is part of a small percentage of brands that strive to design and produce something more innovative or at the very least make everything from the ground up with no off-the-shelf parts. When w...

Cronus Prototype 3 Hands-On Review

Cronus Prototype 3 Every now and then, I get to introduce a brand most of you have probably never heard of. That brand is Cronus Watches and the watch I am reviewing today is the Cronus Prototype 3. Now, a few things to mention right at the beginning. 1. No, this is not actually a prototype. More on that in a bit. 2. Cronus is not a new brand, with their first watch launched quite a few years ago,...

Trintec ZULU COM-01 Hands-On Review

Trintec ZULU COM-01 Have you been looking for a new watch? Waffling between diver or pilot watch? The Trintec ZULU COM-01 is the best of both worlds, combining a pilot-style dial and hands with a timing bezel in a rugged, no-nonsense chunky diver-style case. This ZULU watch is also 200m water-resistant with a screw-down crown and follows a similar design language to other ZULU watches from Trintec...

RZE Endeavour Hands-On Watch Review

RZE Endeavour I review a lot of watches. While I always try and review a watch that I like, or at the very least see the potential in, not every watch blows my skirt up (I don’t wear skirts, but nothing wrong if you do). The RZE Endeavour is a watch that I was very much looking forward to getting in my hands. RZE is a new brand, with only one watch under their belt so far, the Endeavour...

Victorinox FieldForce Titanium LE Hands-On Review

Victorinox FieldForce Titanium LE In the world of watches, there seems to be some sort of weird stigma around quartz watches. At one point in time, I shared this opinion myself, but I feel if a watch is attractive and well made, the fact that it is quartz does not bother me all that much. The Victorinox FieldForce Titanium LE (quite a mouthful huh?) is a classic looking piece and the first of two ...

MeisterSinger Astroscope Hands-On Review

MeisterSinger Astroscope Have you ever said to yourself, day and date is nice on a watch, but I would love if there were some celestial bodies I could correlate with the days? Well, MeisterSinger has a watch for you then! Yes, the MeisterSinger Astroscope combines horology and astronomy together, along with a one-handed mechanism to give you a watch that some would call quirky; I’ll label it...

Venturo SkinDiver Hands-On Review

Venturo SkinDiver The Venturo Skindiver is the third watch from the young upstart brand. Well, that’s not true though, as Venturo, for those that are not aware, is a brand under the umbrella of Gruppo Gamma. Originally the plan was to market Venturo on its own as a separate brand but time constraints from the owner and trying to push a new brand not associated with an already popular microbr...

Spinnaker Tesei Mille Metri Review

Spinnaker Tesei Mille Metri Spinnaker is a brand I have heavily covered here over the years. The latest piece is the Spinnaker  Tesei Mille Metri and is retailing for $1,350. In the video above, I really get into the pricing issues with this watch, so I won’t belabor it here, but I will reiterate to make sure you use either the coupon code on the website or find a good coupon code onlin...

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