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Geckota K1 Pilot | Watch Review

Geckota K1 Pilot We try and cover a decent amount of affordable or budget friendly watches here at Watchreport. I personally have done a few this year, but none has surprised me as much as this Geckota K1 Pilot and I am not sure if it could be topped at this particular price range anytime soon. When it comes to high end or luxury watches, you know what to expect. The best of the best. And while yo...

Marc & Sons Diver Watch Professional | Watch Review

Marc & Sons Diver Watch Professional Bucking the trend of smaller watches is the slightly upgraded Marc & Sons Diver Watch Professional. At 46mm and 17mm it is quite big and chunky, though not massively over-sized like most Invicta Watches. These days 42mm is really my sweet spot, so wearing this for a week was slightly uncomfortable, though I did so and even though I would not personally ...

Nodus Trieste | Watch Review

Nodus Trieste The microbrand watch segment continues to grow, and if you are a follower of us here at Watchreport, you know we review many different microbrands, from the new to the established. Today, we look at a new one, the Nodus Trieste. Microbrands share a lot in common for the most part, but one thing that differentiates some from the others is what type of watch they bring to the market. S...

Gruppo Gamma MKIV Vanguard | Watch Review

Gruppo Gamma MKIV Vanguard Many here know I have long been a supporter of Gruppo Gamma. They continue to improve their watches and the Gruppo Gamma Vanguard MKIV is no different. With this latest release, there a couple of firsts for the brand. One is the 42mm case size, their smallest to date; an exhibition case back is another and a super sandwich dial. The quality, as usual, is there, especiall...

Melbourne Sorrento | Watch Review

Melbourne Sorrento Watch Review It’s been some time since I’ve had an opportunity to take a look at a watch from the Melbourne Watch Company. Direct from Melbourne Watch Company, their focus is to utilize quality materials such as surgical grade 316L stainless steel, scratch resistant sapphire crystals and high grade mechanical movements. The company strives to offer watches to consume...

Magrette MPP Diver Steel | Watch Review

Magrette MPP Diver Steel Magrette has released their updated version of the MPP Diver, (Moana Pacific Pro), which has a slightly new look and an upgraded Swiss movement. A few years back I reviewed the first version and overall I was quite satisfied with it. I think I can say the same for this new version, though I think the makeover could have been a little more extreme. The Magrette MPP Diver St...

Borealis Bull Shark | Watch Review

Borealis Bull Shark So, we have another homage here. This time it is a touch different. The Borealis Bull Shark homages a watch that is not currently produced. That would be the Original Rolex Sub from 1953. (I incorrectly misspoke in the video and said Tudor).  Microbrands have their place in the watch world, and it is great when one of these brands produce something original and for a more ...

Dan Henry 1970 | Watch Review

Dan Henry 1970 It is not very often that I am genuinely surprised by a watch I get in for review here at Watchreport. Most of the time I have a good idea of what the watch is going to be beforehand, but in the case of the Dan Henry 1970, I had no idea what to expect. Saying I was pleasantly surprised would be an understatement. Now, let me be clear, so there is no confusion, as some people like to...

Cobra De Calibre Crossfire 500m | Watch Review

Cobra de Calibre Crossfire 500m If you are not familiar with Cobra de Calibre, they have been around for about 3 years. They have stayed consistent with design, and in fact all models have been variants of this Crossfire 500m. This latest incarnation gives some new dial choices, this being the Classic, and improved water resistance. We cover a lot of microbrands here on Watchreport, as many of the...

DELTAt UMI | Watch Review

DELTAt UMI There are a lot of microbrands out there, new ones popping up all the time in fact. So it goes without saying, just like most products, sometimes you will see some that look similar. While the DELTAt UMI is not a direct copy of anything, the case design is similar to some others out there on the market, though much more affordable. The brand that immediately pops into my mind is Heroic ...

TWCO Salvage Diver | Watch Reveiw

TWCO Salvage Diver Every time I turn around there seems to be another micro-brand watch company releasing a new watch of some sort. I am becoming more finicky these days when it comes to dive watches as I find myself more drawn to this style than any other. So, I find it very refreshing when a micro-brand company releases a superbly finished watch at an affordable price packed with quality specifi...

Mercer Brigadier Chronograph | Watch Review

Mercer Brigadier Chronograph Mercer Brigadier Chronograph Specifications: 42mm 316L stainless steel case 12mm thin Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating Custom punched case back Seiko VK63 Meca-quartz movement Embossed screw down crown 100 meter water resistance Price $329 USD It is always a personal pleasure to discuss a new release from a micro-brand watch company. I even have a fe...

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