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Momentum Atlas Automatic Hands-On Review

Momentum Atlas Automatic Sometimes you just want a simple, straightforward watch, nothing overly flashy, but still well made. That’s where the Momentum Atlas comes in, this time in with a Miyota 9015 automatic movement. A 38mm bead-blasted titanium case, the Atlas is available with 4 different steak options-titanium bracelet, a Cordura strap, and a rubber or leather strap, and prices range f...

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Compression 53 Hands-On Review

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Compression 53 Zodiac’s core lineup is undoubtedly the Super Sea Wolf, and that’s for good reason. Zodiac has a very long history and even though they are now owned by Fossil, Zodiac is going back to their roots, but know they are not resting on their laurels either. The Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Compression 53 Diver is not only part of their core lineup but also...

Epos Sportive Diver Hands-On Review

Epos Sportive Diver When you’ve been in the watch game as long as I have and do reviews, you see countless opinions on what is right and wrong in the watch world.  Who’s right? I have no idea, but I do know that no matter the brand, there are companies that will undoubtedly borrow design cues, and materials and even make straight-up copies. Look at all the pastel dials everyo...

Werenbach Soyuz Pitch Black Hands-On Review

Werenbach Soyuz Pitch Black The watch world consists of all kinds of timepieces, from the budget quartz pieces all the way to the upper tier of haute horology, with complications and dials that amaze even non-watch enthusiasts. But usually, in the $1,000 price range, you rarely get anything with dials cast from melted rocket parts, nor watch cases that haven’t been seen on multiple watches. ...

Breitling Avenger Chronograph 45 Hands-On Review

Breitling Avenger Chronograph 45 When I think of Breitling, I usually think of the Avenger series or the Superocean, and even though these days the trend has been towards smaller watches, I think this Breitling Avenger Chronograph 45 is so iconic and a great watch regardless of the size. Now it’s true that I used to own a Breitling Avenger Seawolf and yes I did end up selling that watch. Why...

Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth Hands-On Review

Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth Christopher Ward is a brand that has come a long way since 2005 and with that, they are now one of the oldest microbrands though I don’t know if I would classify them as a microbrand, as they have so many models to choose from and have created quite a name for themselves. And with that is this Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth, a phenomenal Omega Seamaster homage,...

Rotary Seamatic Hands-On Review

Rotary Seamatic Following up on the popular Super 7, Rotary has released the Rotary Seamatic, a slightly different take on this budget dive watch. There are a few changes from the Super 7 Scuba, most notably the bezel, dial, and hands, and the slightly different crown, but the case and bracelet stay the same. Pricing is set at $350, which is a little more than the Scuba sold for, though that ...

Ithyus Abyssi Hands-On Review

Ithyus Abyssi The watch world is amazing, more so than ever these days, and just trying to remember all of the brands, past and present is a task I am not admittedly up to. And within the past 10-12 years, there are so, so many microbrands that seemingly pop up out of nowhere as it is much easier to start a brand than ever before. Enter the Ithyus Abyssi, a model from a young microbrand I somehow ...

Titoni Heritage Chronograph Hands-On Review

Titoni Heritage Chronograph Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that retro is running wild when it comes to watches, and many brands are doing retro or heritage brands. Enter the Titoni Heritage Chronograph, with this particular version based on a 1950s Felca Chronograph, which just happens to be the original brand name of Titoni. There are a few versions of this chronograph, but th...

Vancouver Watch Blood and Thunder Watch Review

Vancouver Blood and Thunder These days, people are looking for value more than ever, and the Vancouver Watch Blood and Thunder has that in spades. Between ongoing inflation and of course the pandemic, we are seeing prices rising for all products, including microbrand watches. The Blood and Thunder is almost a nod to the past, where we could get a quality watch with a quality movement for under $40...

RZE Fortitude Watch Review

RZE Fortitude This first sentence may sound like I am a fanboy or on the payroll, but RZE is quickly becoming one of my favorite brands to review. The RZE Fortitude is their latest model, going up for preorder on December 13th. The young brand is only 4 models in, well, this will be their fourth model, yet they are really showing what they can do, and not only are they putting out models which can...

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...

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