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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...

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...

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Pro Diver Watch Review

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Pro Diver Back in my younger watch collecting days, I was a massive fan of Zodiac Watches, as was my father. And we owned A LOT of Zodiacs. These days, Zodiac feels like a very different brand, with a lot fewer models, and of course, in 20 years, the prices have gone way up. That said, most of the watches are much higher-end these days with COSC movements, more classic looks,...

Victorinox Swiss Army Heritage Watch Review

Victorinox Swiss Army Heritage Nowadays many watch brands are concerned with complications or over-the-top design but Victorinox bucks all that with the new Victorinox Swiss Army Heritage. This is a classic field watch design-no muss, no fuss. A simple, easy to read 3-handed with a date and 24 hour time. Everything you need and nothing you don’t. Being a heritage model it also definitely evo...

Epos Sportive Watch Review

Epos Sportive When it comes to watch design, originality can surely be difficult these days. Many times when a brand does do something original or outside the box, it is usually not meant with the fanfare the brand had hoped for. Then you have inspired pieces, or hommage pieces or downright copies, and everyone has their own take on which is which. That brings me to this Epos Sportive 3442, part o...

Vaer A5 Field Hands-On Watch Review

Vaer A5 Field Looking for a classic and clean field watch? Prefer something that is assembled in the USA? That is the Vaer A5 Field watch, or more specifically, all of the field watch lineups from Vaer. This midnight blue dial version is probably the cleanest of them all, but there are many more variations, many available in either quartz or automatic. This one is an automatic, a Miyota 9039 for t...

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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