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Melbourne Avalon MK2 | Hands-On Watch Review

Melbourne Avalon MK2 Melbourne has released the new Avalon, an update to the original model, now dubbed the Melbourne Avalon MK2. While I never reviewed the original, taking a look at photos online I can say this version is much better looking, more refined and overall just a no-nonsense pilot style watch. Coming in at roughly $620 USD, the highlights are a Bead Blasted 42MM case, Sellita SW200 Au...

Zelos Horizon GMT | Hands-On Review

Zelos Horizon GMT If you follow this website and our Youtube channel, it is very apparent that I have a lot of love for Zelos Watches. The always evolving microbrand just seems to get it right more often than not and with the Zelos Horizon GMT, they definitely got it right. This new model is in a competitive market, especially with the Halios Seaforth being so popular, and while there is no doubt ...

Phoibos Great Wall | Hands-On Review

Phoibos Great Wall Break the Walls Dowwwnnn! That is what has been going through my head as I write this review. If you are familiar with Chris Jericho you will get that reference, but on a more serious note, the Phoibos Great Wall is the latest upcoming model from this Chinese microbrand and is another watch that offers a lot for not that much money, just $500 to be exact. That $500 gets you a re...

Vero Watches SW | Hands-on Review

Vero Watches SW American watchmaking used to be very prominent but as many things do, that changed and for the most part, was a thing of the past, that is up until the past 8 years or so. Many brands, especially start-up or microbrands are assembling their watches in the USA, including brands like Nodus and Lum-tec. A few brands are actually machining the cases and even making movements in the US,...

Rebel Aquafin Diver | Hands-on Review

Rebel Aquafin The Rebel Aquafin was a Kickstarter funded that funded back in 2017, though watches did not start to ship really till December of 2018. I am not sure what issues in manufacturing that the brand had, but the watch did finally start reaching the customers who backed early. Kickstarter is usually a place where you can get a really good price on a watch, after all, you are helping to fun...

Elliot Brown Holton | Hands On Review

Elliot Brown Holton Indestructible. Tough. Reliable. These are some of the words I have seen used to describe the Elliot Brown Holton.  The Holton is a watch that had significant input from a branch of the British Military and is the first British Military issued watch in over ten years, claims Elliot Brown. Now, I say claims, as I do not really have any way to dispute that, at least not with...

Jubileon Superellipse Chronograph Watcha Edition Review

Jubileon Superellipse Watcha Edition Jubileon Singapore is about to launch their latest watch, the Jubileon Superellipse Chronograph. There will be a preorder and possibly a Kickstarter but today I will be concentrating on the Watcha Edition. If you are not familiar with Watcha, it is a popular Facebook Group and website and they have collaborated with Jubileon to do a special editi...

JORD Watches: Wooden Timepieces Done Right

JORD Watches: Wooden Timepieces Done Right Standing out from the crowd is easier said than done when designing and crafting a watch. Over the years, we have seen watchmakers turn to various gimmicks and unique designs to appeal to wearers. One of those unique flourishes has been the wooden timepiece, which if done well can be elegant, but if done poorly can look and feel cheap. JORD is a company t...

Ayers Metropolitan | Hands-On Watch Review

Ayers Metropolitan Many people when discussing microbrands talk about how there is no originality sometimes, with the countless Rolex homages, Panerai homages and many more that are available out there and continue to pop up daily. The Ayers Metropolitan, while not being completely uninspired by other brands is a nice breath of fresh air if you will, as they decided to something very dif...

Raven Venture | Hands-On Review

Raven Venture Before I get into the nuts and bolts of the Raven Venture, let me just say that Raven Watches have a special place in my heart, or better yet a special meaning in the watch world for me. For those that are not aware, the current Raven Watches is run by Steve Laughlin, who was also partners in Benarus Watches for a long time as well.  My first microbrand purchase was a Benar...

Zelos Swordfish | Hands On Watch Review

Zelos Swordfish If you are a frequent reader here at Watchreport, you know that I am a big fan of Zelos Watches. Every new release, including this Zelos Swordfish, always impresses me. Now, these watches are obviously not Haute Horlogerie or some luxury watch, but for the price paid, these watches really give the competition a run for the money. At $649, this Swordfish dive watch comes equipp...

Spinnaker Tesei Bronze-Hands-On Watch Review

Spinnaker Tesei The Spinnaker Tesei is the latest from the Hong Kong Headquartered brand and it has some great improvements over past Spinnaker Watches. All versions are CuSn8 Bronze and have sapphire crystals, matte ceramic bezels and an SW200 movement from Sellita. Because of time constraints, this will not be a full article, but please watch the 12-minute video above and you can see my hi-res p...

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