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Ocean Crawler Palomino Island Champion Diver

Ocean Crawler Palomino Island The very first watch released from Ocean Crawler was the Champion Diver, and now there is a very slightly updated version, the Ocean Crawler Palomino Island Champion Diver. That is quite a mouthful, I think most will refer to them as the new Champion Diver, but what you need to know is that the only differences are new dials and 3 colors of said new dial. The one show...

OWC World Timer Watch Review

OWC World Timer If you are new to the microbrand watch scene, you may be thinking that the OWC World Timer is one of the latest from an upstart brand. Orange Watch Company (OWC) has been around for about 10 years now though, hailing from Australia and a brand that really does go all out to build the best watch they can. Unlike some brands these days who take an existing design and/or case and slap...

Duzu Coral Bay Hands-On Review

Duzu Coral Bay Tired of the small watch trend? Looking for something that is a little more rugged and chunky? Well, Duzu Watches is going on Kickstarter soon with the Duzu Coral Bay, or the DW-D2 as it’s printed on the dial. I have had this watch in hand for a good month or so, and I have been quite impressed with it. The Coral Bay will only be available with a black dial but don’t wor...

REISER Alpen Date: A Versatile Example of Cool Design

REISER Alpen Date: A Versatile Example of Cool Design REISER is a brand that has caught our eye thanks to its new range of timepieces that are hand-assembled to the finest detail. Called the REISER Alpen Date, the series of watches makes the most of European craftsmanship to create sophisticated elegance that can be customized to fit all fashion choices and situations. As a debut series, the ...

William Wood Valiant Hands-On Review

William Wood Valiant The William Wood Valiant is the third model from the London-based (designed but not manufactured) brand. The Valiant collection is available in numerous different color combos, the one shown here is the Rose Gold, but below you will see pics of the other stainless steel offerings. Bronze cases are also available, but I chose the Rose because it was a little bit different and s...

VERO Crown Point Hands-On Review

Vero Crown Point New on the scene is the Vero Crown Point, part of the Open Water series, from the Portland-based microbrand. There are two models in the series currently, the Crown Point shown here and the North Coast, which has a grey dial and bezel combination. I chose to review the dark blue dial with DLC bezel and crown because I love the contrast, especially with the bright white hands and i...

Ergon Adventum Hands-On Review

Ergon Adventum Have you purchased a Genta-inspired microbrand yet? They have been all the rage the past year and a half, for some reason or another, and here is another one, the Ergon Adventum. I think I have reviewed at least five different Genta designs myself here at Watchreport, but that does not even scratch the surface. There are many others, some on preorder right now, some I didn’t w...

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...

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...

Reverie Diver Watch Review

Reverie Diver The Reverie Diver was released earlier this year through a successful Kickstarter campaign. As usual with most campaigns, there were incentives and early bird prices but even at the current sale price of $395 is quite the value in my opinion. For those not familiar with Reverie, the company started operations in 2014 and is based out of Singapore. Naming it just Diver was not their f...

Duzu Watches Pilot DW-P2 Review

Duzu Watches Pilot Watch brands and design can be complex and hard to get right. The Duzu Watches Pilot watch fortunately got a lot right in both form and functionality. It hasn’t always been this way though. The owner of the brand, Wayne, even states it has been somewhat rocky since he first launched his brand, but feels he has it dialed in at this point and will only get better moving forw...

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