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Venturo Field III-Hands-On Watch Review

Venturo Field III If you have been following Gruppo Gamma, you will know they launched a second brand a few years ago, Venturo. This Venturo Field III is the third field watch they have produced, and all have been very different. You can find all the Venturo reviews here on Watch Report, but this field watch takes the case from the Venturo Skin Diver and makes it into a clean field-style watch and...

Zodiac Ceramic Super Sea Wolf Hands-On Watch Review

Zodiac Ceramic Super Sea Wolf Here we are with another version of this iconic watch, the Zodiac Ceramic Super Sea Wolf. Yes, Zodiac has jumped into the ceramic watch cases, as they have been trying to expand their lineup this past year, using different materials for both the dials and cases. Meteorite, titanium, and now ceramic. High gloss, all-black ceramic with a deep blue dial, but this one has...

Nautage Diver Hands-On Watch Review

Nautage Diver The Nautage Diver or the Nautage DA221 as it is labeled has been receiving a lot of buzz on social media and for a good reason. The introductory model from this young brand, based out of Denmark, is quite attractive, comes in a few different finishes, and boasts a Miyota 9039 No Date movement for about $430. The design has some similarities to other brands which I will get into short...

Boldr Odyssey Lumicast Watch Review

Boldr Odyssey Lumicast The Boldr Odyssey may be the most popular model from the Singaporean brand and this latest model, the Boldr Odyssey Lumicast definitely has the brightest lume. Available only in bronze at this time, the Lumicast name comes from the massive cast markers that are essentially all lume compound, allowing for even more light to be absorbed than standard or sandwich dials. A few n...

Gruppo Gamma Nexus Watch Review

Gruppo Gamma Nexus [dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]he Gruppo Gamma Nexus is a departure in terms of design for the Singaporean based microbrand. On the other hand, it isn’t. No, I’m not talking out both sides of my mouth here, but this design is inspired by vintage Panerai Depth Gauges that Italian Frogmen used to wear when doing underwater operations. So, vintage inspiration has been a b...

Stalingrad Kursk Bronze Hands-On

Stalingrad Kursk Let’s be real. Brand name, no matter the product plays an important role in whether someone will purchase or not. The Stalingrad Kursk, a bronze watch made in Hong Kong, has one of those names that I think many will pass on. There is no getting around it, it is a strange choice for a name of a watch brand. But, a name alone does not make a watch, so what is the $600 price ge...

Alkin Model Two Watch Reveiw

Alkin Model Two The Alkin Model Two is the second model from Alkin, a Britain based microbrand. Their fist model, named the Model One, was a field style watch, but this time they give it a go with a diver, and not just any style dive watch, but a dual crown super compressor style dive watch. Available in 3 dials colors and all equipped with a Miyota 9039 automatic movement, sandwich dial, 300 mete...

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...

A Look At The Gruppo Gamma Divemaster MKII

Gruppo Gamma Divemaster MKII Over 3 years ago, I reviewed the original Gruppo Gamma Divemaster. At the time, I considered it to be their best watch to date. Recently I was able to get my hands on the updated or second version, now called the Gruppo Gamma Divemaster MKII. At first, I thought the changes were minor, and while they are subtle, the changes are not only welcomed but make it a much bett...

Esoteric Bathyal Hands-On Review

Esoteric Bathyal It seems these days most brands (micro and otherwise) are inspired by vintage pieces, especially watches from the 60s and 70s. It makes sense, seeing as how many amazing watches came from that time period, especially when it comes to diving watches. Many mainstream brands are hopping on this trend as well, releasing modern interpretations of their past iconic watches. One brand th...

A look at the Zelos Hammerhead II

Zelos Hammerhead II Long-time fans of Zelos surely know the Zelos Hammerhead, a chunky cushion-shaped style dive watch that has proven to be one of their best selling models.  Because of that, Zelos has recently released the Hammerhead II. While the Hammerhead has had a few variations through the years, this second edition is updated with a slightly new dial, a Helium Release Valve and a new ...

Crafter Blue Hyperion-Hands On Watch Review

Crafter Blue Hyperion Earlier this year we had an article about the Crafter Blue Hyperion when it launched on Kickstarter. The initial batch of watches has now shipped and the Hyperion is available for purchase on the Crafter Blue Website. I have to say, this is an unusual review for me, as I don’t believe I have ever reviewed the same (or mostly the same) watch twice by two different brands...

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