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Breitling Avenger Chronograph 45 Hands-On Review

Breitling Avenger Chronograph 45 When I think of Breitling, I usually think of the Avenger series or the Superocean, and even though these days the trend has been towards smaller watches, I think this Breitling Avenger Chronograph 45 is so iconic and a great watch regardless of the size. Now it’s true that I used to own a Breitling Avenger Seawolf and yes I did end up selling that watch. Why...

Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth Hands-On Review

Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth Christopher Ward is a brand that has come a long way since 2005 and with that, they are now one of the oldest microbrands though I don’t know if I would classify them as a microbrand, as they have so many models to choose from and have created quite a name for themselves. And with that is this Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth, a phenomenal Omega Seamaster homage,...

Ball Engineer II Green Berets Hands-On Review

Ball Engineer II Green Berets Titanium. Tritium.Titanium Carbide Coating. Field Watch. Honestly, when describing the Ball Engineer II Green Berets, I could probably end the review right there. This is not a new piece from Ball, but it is one I have been wanting to review for some time. Ball, as we know, uses tritium tubes almost exclusively in almost all their watches, and they have countless...

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Pro Diver Watch Review

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Pro Diver Back in my younger watch collecting days, I was a massive fan of Zodiac Watches, as was my father. And we owned A LOT of Zodiacs. These days, Zodiac feels like a very different brand, with a lot fewer models, and of course, in 20 years, the prices have gone way up. That said, most of the watches are much higher-end these days with COSC movements, more classic looks,...

Ball Skindiver Heritage Watch Review

Ball Skindiver Heritage If you are looking for a Skindiver, you have a lot to choose from when it comes to Ball Watch Company. This one here, the Ball Engineer Master II Skindiver Heritage (its full name), which I will refer to throughout the review as the Ball Skiniver Heritage, is one of many available on the Ball website. At first glance, it is kind of overload if you search Skindiver and you w...

Titoni Seascoper 600 Hands-On Review

Titoni Seascoper 600 Titoni is quite an intriguing watch brand. I have talked about Titoni a lot in the past; They are still an independently owned Swiss Watch brand, and they have been producing watches since 1919 (Under the name Felco). While a good amount of their lineup doesn’t excite me, the Seascoper line is one I have always been fond of. The latest incarnation, the Titoni Seascoper 6...

Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQUEST II Review

Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQUEST II The Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Deepquest II is an update to a popular dive watch from the famed Swiss Brand. The original Deepquest was a great-looking watch but had a little too much of the DNA from the regular Hydrocarbon series. This second version updates this deep diver to not only stand out a little more but also includes some great updates such as the H...

Formex Essence COSC | Watch Review

Formex Essence The Formex Essence has been making a big splash in the watch community and it is easy to see why. Available with a COSC or standard Swiss Movement in all variations, the one we are looking at today is the Degrade or gradient dial. All versions look great but the COSC version is the big deal here, especially at a price of well under $1,500. Yes, a COSC certified watch for $1,265. Not...

Breitling Avenger II Seawolf | Hands-on Watch Review

About 10 years ago, the Breitling Avenger II Seawolf was what I referred to as my grail. These days, I do not have a grail, as that term is just overused in my opinion, but at the time, it was just that. Through the years though, my tastes changed a lot, (or at least I thought they did) and this watch was nothing but a distant memory. Flash forward to a few months ago, and I decided it was time fo...

Brellum Swiss Watchmaking Pandial | Hands-On Review

Brellum Swiss Watchmaking Pandial We cover a lot of microbrands here at Watchreport and I would say on the average, most are $1000 and under. Today I present to you a watch that is well over $1000 and while many would give it the microbrand label, I think it is safe to say they deserve the Independent Watch Brand Moniker. The Brellum Swiss Watchmaking Pandial comes in at around $2500 and is a...

Tudor Black Bay Steel | Hands On Watch Review

Tudor Black Bay Steel Ah, Tudor. The sister brand to Rolex. Or is it brother? Cousin? They are in the family for sure. All joking aside, when you think of Rolex, many things may come to mind. Luxury, Wall Street, Celebrities, Expensive, Heritage, Prestige- I can go on, but I think you get the point. When one thinks of Tudor, some of those same things may come to mind. Tudor definitely has the...

Titoni Master Series | Hands on Watch Review

Titoni Master Series I do not wear a dress watch often, but when I do, I like one that is sophisticated looking yet something that could still be worn with a pair of jeans and a button down shirt. Admittedly, I do not currently own a dress watch, as I have a few watches that can play the part when need be, but there is something to be said for an elegant, thin watch that will compliment your outfi...

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