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Ball Engineer Master II Diver Chronometer Hands-On Review

Ball Engineer Master II Diver Chronometer Ball’s first iteration of this dive watch dates all the way back to 2006, so 16 years ago, and now their latest version, the Ball Engineer Master II Diver Chronometer (get used to that long name being plastered through this article), is hitting the scene. As usual, you will have a lot of tritium tubes on the dial, including some that you would not ex...

Ball Engineer II Green Berets Hands-On Review

Ball Engineer II Green Berets Titanium. Tritium.Titanium Carbide Coating. Field Watch. Honestly, when describing the Ball Engineer II Green Berets, I could probably end the review right there. This is not a new piece from Ball, but it is one I have been wanting to review for some time. Ball, as we know, uses tritium tubes almost exclusively in almost all their watches, and they have countless...

Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQUEST II Review

Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQUEST II The Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Deepquest II is an update to a popular dive watch from the famed Swiss Brand. The original Deepquest was a great-looking watch but had a little too much of the DNA from the regular Hydrocarbon series. This second version updates this deep diver to not only stand out a little more but also includes some great updates such as the H...

Marathon MSAR Arctic White Review

Marathon MSAR Arctic White The Marathon MSAR is one of the smallest watches offered from Marathon Watches and is now available with a white dial, dubbed the Marathon MSAR Arctic White. At 36mm and 14mm thick, it is a beefy but small watch, available in both automatic or quartz variants. Reviewed here is the automatic version, which will set you back about $850 on rubber, more on the stainless stee...

Nite Watches Icon Automatic | Hands On Review

Nite Watches Icon Automatic There are a few notable watch brands who use tritium tubes, the big names being Luminox and Ball Watches. For those who are fans of microbrands, Deep Blue is the first one that comes to mind. Some reading this might not be familiar with the brand I am reviewing here today, the Nite Watches Icon Automatic. Nite Watches headquarters are in England, though the watch m...

MTM Special OPS Seal Diver | Hands on Review

There are countless hard use watches out there, and many claim to be the best. I get it, that is marketing, and marketing sells merchandise. The MTM Special OPS Seal Diver is a dive watch made out of titanium, Allen screws everywhere and a “Specially Calibrated” quartz (Ronda 715 Li) movement. It also sports a carbon fiber dial, sapphire crystal and tritium tubes as well as Superlumino...

Luminox Dress Field 1832 | Watch Review

Luminox Dress Field 1832 I have a soft spot for Luminox. It was the first “real” watch I purchased when I was about 16 years old. I got it from a now defunct store by the name of Service Merchandise, a popular store in the USA for some time. They sold many brands from Seiko to Tag Heuer, and of course Luminox. At the time, around 1996, Luminox was still making mostly resin cased watche...

Reactor Titan Watch Review

When does a ‘tactical’ watch become ‘tacti-cool’? When you’re wearing REACTOR’s new Titan, a watch purposefully designed to be as tough as the people that wear them. In 2003 the company set out with an ambitious goal. Their intent was to not only create a line of sport watches that would break free from the sport watch norm, but one that would redefine wristwatc...

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