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Triwa Nevil Blue Steel Watch Review with Video Review

Triwa was an unfamiliar brand to me prior to getting the chance to review the Nivel. As always, it is great to check out a new brand and be able to report on it. All Triwa Watches are designed in Sweden (not sure if assembeled there, but more on that later) and use Miyota Quartz movements. The Blue Steel Nivel is a newer variation of their Nivel line, and can be bought retail for $350 USD, which i...

AVI-8 Supermarine Seafire Watch Review and Video Review

  Growing their collection simultaneously with their popularity, AVI-8 has newly released another addition to the pilot collection. Having already reviewed the FLYBOY, and the Hawker Hurricane, I only found it fitting to squeeze in a review of the new Supermarine Seafire. In the Seafire collection, there are four case options to choose from. Two being brushed stainless, one black stainless, a...

The David Yurman Classic 43.5mm Small Seconds

Jewelry designer David Yurman has a watch collection. Normally, I am quite skeptical about jewelry designers that add watch collections to their portfolios. So I decided to do some research and see if there was any merit in these David Yurman watches. As expected, David Yurman watches are fitted with ETA self-winding mechanical movements. The watch featured today is from the David Yurman Classic c...

Lum-Tec G5 Watch Review and Video Review

With spring here and summer right around the corner, it’s only fitting that we review another Lum-Tec watch that will fit the seasons. The G series from Lum-Tec is definitely a watch with some hot weather flavor. The collection boasts a total of 10 different color styles to choose from, 4 of which are PVD coated casings. Apart from their distinct colors, the skeletonized case itself is one f...

Ballast Odin Watch Review and Video Review

The Ballast Odin is one of the newer releases from Ballast Watches.  The Odin is a casual, yet rugged watch with some elegant touches. A nice grab and go option being a quartz powered watch. The Odin comes in a variety of color options, grey dial, cream dial, dark copper dial, blue and finishes with PVD and Rosetone. The model being reviewed here is the black dial with brown leather nato styl...

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition a Quantieme Perpetuel 8 Jours SQ

The name of the watch might indeed be a mouthful but certainly this gorgeous timepiece from Jaeger-LeCoultre is a ‘wristful’ with its eye catching aesthetics and its Avant Garde approach to Haute Horlogerie. This watch is yet another release by this masterful brand for SIHH 2014. This skeletonized pocket watch is an interpretation of a pocket watch made by JLC in 1928. In all fairness ...

Mont Blanc Meisterstuck Heritage Perpetual Calendar

Unveiled at SIHH, the Mont Blanc Meisterstuck Heritage Perpetual Calendar just glows with class. The word Meisterstuck, when translated into English means masterpiece and this perpetual calendar is just that. The watch is available in two versions – 18kt rose gold, and stainless steel. To be honest, I found it odd for such a high complication to be offered in steel but Mont Blanc clearly wan...

Girard Perregaux Tourbillon Bi-Axial

Girard Perregaux has been in the business of making superlative timepieces since 1791. This year, the Swiss watch brand has gone into its archives to produce the Tourbillon Bi-Axial, which takes much of its inspiration from a pocket watch that GP produced in 1860. This new model has been given a major facelift due to the high tech materials that GP uses. This highly attractive timepiece is produce...

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 45.5mm Sochi 2014 Limited Edition

Omega has released three new watches commemorating the upcoming Winter Olympics slated to be held in Sochi early this year. The Swiss made brand is going to be this sporting event’s official timekeeper. Omega has had an excellent relationship with the Olympics in the past, and has played the role of official timekeeper for both the Winter, and Summer versions of this acclaimed sporting event...

Tissot PRC 200 Danica Patrick 2013

Tissot has honored one of their long term ambassadors – Danica Patrick with a limited edition model for 2013. The model has a heavy racing inspiration, yet is still very feminine – traits which have made it one of Tissot’s more successful watches for the year. The Danica Patrick PRC 200 from Tissot is manufactured in a limited numbered series of 4,999 pieces worldwide. This model...

JeanRichard and the Diverscope LPR

JeanRichard is one of the more overlooked of the Swiss luxury brands, seldom seeing the fan fare that Omega, Rolex or even Tag Heuer enjoy. The brand is the result of a JeanRichard family presence in watchmaking which, according to the brand’s website, dates back to 1681. Today, JeanRichard has a large collection of watches spanning three model ranges which are exclusively powered by their o...

Jaeger-LeCoultre and the Deep Sea Vintage Chronograph

Few companies have embraced the “vintage inspired” trend with more enthusiasm (and success) than Jaeger-LeCoultre. JLC has a wonderful horological history and many classic models on which they can draw inspiration for new designs or tributes to past models. With notable examples like the lovely Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Tribute to 1931 and the gorgeous Memovox Tribute to Deep Sea, JLC ...

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