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The Oris Aquis Calibre 400 | The New Standard

Oris Aquis Calibre 400 Review [dropcap size=big]I[/dropcap]t is here. This is the unveiling. The first watch to get the newly announced Oris in-house Calibre 400 is the Oris Aquis Calibre 400, which is quite aptly named. A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to have this watch and a sample movement encased in plastic sent for a first look and review, and while I only had it in hand long enough fo...

Venturo Watches Field # 2 Review

Venturo Watches Field #2 If you are a fan of microbrands, than chances are you are familiar with Gruppo Gamma. The Venturo Field #2, is the latest from the Gruppo Gamma sister brand, and is their second field style watch but also their second watch to date. The idea behind Venturo is to try and offer some different style watches than what Gruppo Gamma has offered in the past and also produce a qua...

Crafter BLue Mechanic Ocean | Watch Review

Crafter BLue Mechanic Ocean Crafter Blue started out making custom rubber straps for a few popular Seiko and Tudor watches and have not crossed over into producing watches as well. Their fitted rubber straps are great no doubt and can really change the look and comfort of your watch. Let’s face it, most Seiko rubber straps leave a lot to be desired. Entering the extremely crowded (some would...

Zelos Swordfish | Hands On Watch Review

Zelos Swordfish If you are a frequent reader here at Watchreport, you know that I am a big fan of Zelos Watches. Every new release, including this Zelos Swordfish, always impresses me. Now, these watches are obviously not Haute Horlogerie or some luxury watch, but for the price paid, these watches really give the competition a run for the money. At $649, this Swordfish dive watch comes equipp...

Spinnaker Tesei Bronze-Hands-On Watch Review

Spinnaker Tesei The Spinnaker Tesei is the latest from the Hong Kong Headquartered brand and it has some great improvements over past Spinnaker Watches. All versions are CuSn8 Bronze and have sapphire crystals, matte ceramic bezels and an SW200 movement from Sellita. Because of time constraints, this will not be a full article, but please watch the 12-minute video above and you can see my hi-res p...

Scurfa Bell Diver | Hands on Watch Review

Scurfa Bell Diver Some of you reading this may already be familiar with the Scurfa Bell Diver and it might seem like this review is a bit late. Yes, Paul from Scurfa came out with this watch over a year ago, and I have just recently got one in hand. For whatever reason, I never reviewed this watch when it originally debuted, and to be honest, I am glad that I didn’t, because now it comes wit...

MTM Special OPS Hypertec-Hands on Review

MTM Special OPS Hypertec When I think of MTM Special OPS watches, this Hypertec watch is not what really comes to mind. It is not chunky, it is not overly “tactical”, it doesn’t have any special lighting system and is not touted as being a military watch or a professional diving watch.  I am still not sure what genre to list this Hypertec in other than a sports watch, 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...

Hanhart Pioneer One | Hands On Watch Review

Hanhart Pioneer One The Hanhart Pioneer One. A watch that many wanted but never happened. Until Now. Going back through Hanhart’s history, they only made chronograph watches, with one exception; The Pioneer Preventor 9. While that was not a chronograph, it lacked the fluted bezel and red marker and also had a small seconds disc instead of the traditional second hand. The Pioneer One is the f...

Oris Divers Sixty-Five | Hands On Watch Review

Oris Divers Sixty-Five I’ve been a fan of Oris Watches for a long time. I’ve owned quite a few over the years as well. The Oris Big Crown Timer, the TT1 Diver and my personal favorite, the Aquis. Within the past few years, Oris has been bringing back some of their vintage designs from the 60’s (as many brands have been doing lately). One of them is the Oris Divers Sixty-Five line...

Nethuns Scuba 500 Meteorite | Hands On Watch Review

Nethuns Scuba 500 Meteorite What do you get when you take an iconic case design from one brand and pair it with the most recognized dial design in the world? The Nethuns Scuba 500 Meteorite. The Seiko 62MAS was a popular vintage diver that has recently been re-released by Seiko and a few microbrands have been pumping out homages within the past year or so as well. The Nethuns version is similar to...

Zelos Abyss II | Hands on Watch Review

Zelos Abyss II Even though the bronze fad is over (sarcasm), the Zelos Abyss II is one of the latest models from the brainchild of Elshan Tang. There are a few differences from the first version, but overall it retains its look. Different chapter ring, the dual crowns are now bronze and not PVD and possibly the biggest change, the movement. The Abyss II houses the Sellita SW200 Swiss Movement...

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