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About Vintage 1956 Marine Watch Review

About Vintage 1956 Marine If you like vintage-inspired pieces, well there is a brand dedicated to that, and the About Vintage 1956 Marine is their latest piece. About Vintage is a Danish brand, hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark. It is run by two childhood friends who love watches and wanted to create a brand dedicated to the vintage side of things. And why not? Vintage is in, and it has been in, he...

Bernhardt Binnacle Timer Hands-On Review

Bernhardt Binnacle Timer As I was preparing this Bernhardt Binnacle Timer review, it occurred to me that next year, Bernhardt, based in North Carolina will be twenty years old. Yes, Bernhardt is one of the OG microbrands and next year they will have been producing watches for two decades. Now keep in mind part of why it just dawned on me as I can’t believe it’s going to be 2025 next ye...

Ollech & Wajs M-110 AS Hands-On Review

Ollech & Wajs M-110 AS The name Ollech & Wajs has been around since 1956 and this Ollech & Wajs M-110 AS is a watch I was not sure I wanted to check out initially. That’s an odd way to start a review intro, but it’s true. I have been eyeing the OW 8001, and I thought this model was the same as the C-1000 Diver with just a slightly different dial and a compass bezel. Well, I...

Nivada Grenchen F77 Hands-On Review

Nivada Grenchen F77 The original Nivada Grenchen F77 was released in 1977. Now, 46 years later, the resurrected Nivada has re-issued the F77, staying pretty close to the original in design, but using modern manufacturing and materials. Heavily inspired by the Genta-Design Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, released just 5 years earlier in 1972, Nivada wasn’t shy about copying it. And now here in 202...

Duzu DW-D3 Hands-On Watch Review

Duzu DW-D3 A dive watch that is inspired by the Southern Right Whale. That is what the Duzu DW-D3 is, as well as the third diver watch for the Western Australian microbrand. This is the fourth watch for the young brand, with three dive watches and one pilot’s chronograph. While dive watches are probably the most produced and reproduced style of watch these days, Duzu was still able to make s...

The Latest Zelos Swordfish-Hands-On Review

Zelos Swordfish This Zelos Swordfish is the latest version of this very popular microbrand model, and there are a few recent changes and some new dial colors, but mostly this is a new run of a mainstay model from the Singapore micro. Most here are probably familiar with Zelos, even if you have never owned one, you have probably seen them in group posts, Facebook or Instagram posts, or ads or maybe...

Elliot Brown Beachmaster Hands-On Watch Review

Elliot Brown Beachmaster A more than capable dive watch, a GMT, and the ability to time two different events at once. That is the Elliot Brown Beachmaster, a mission timer GMT that also happens to have a patent for how it is displayed and all works together. Late last year Elliot Brown released the automatic version of the Beachmaster and recently they dropped quartz versions. Like most EB automat...

Jack Mason Hydrotimer Hands-On Watch Review

Jack Mason Hydrotimer Jack Mason may have started with what many would refer to as a “fashion brand” watch, but this Jack Mason Hydrotimer is anything but a fashion watch. With 300m of water resistance, an all-stainless steel case with a hard coating, ceramic bezel insert, gilt hands and indices, and just an overall solid feel and finish, and a Miyota 9039 Automatic movement, this watc...

Hands-On With The Montoir MWMOD-01 Dive Watch

Montoir MWMOD-01 Dive Watch Hitting Kickstarter on October 11, 2023, is the Montoir MWMOD-01 Dive Watch. There truly seems to be no end to new brands emerging, and though some folks might see this as oversaturation, I see it as just more options and choices for everyone. Speaking of choices, the Montoir will be available in 5 dial color options, use the Sellita SW200-1 movement, and be marked Swis...

RZE Aspirare Diver Watch Review

RZE Aspirare For the past few years, there has been a trend in the watch world, specifically the microbrand watch world, with smaller diameter watches. Why? Who knows? How do these trends start anyway? Whatever the reason, many microwatches released these days are under 40mm. And that is fine, as it seems there are many who do prefer a more compact watch. But what if you don’t, what if you a...

Nezumi Studios Aviera GMT Watch Review

Nezumi Studios Aviera GMT The year of the GMT continues and this Nezumi Studios Aviera GMT is a nice affordable automatic GMT with a vintage-inspired design, two dial colors, sapphire, and a Seiko NH34 GMT movement. This new model follows the vintage and racing design Nezumi is known for, and comes in two colors currently, a black dial, and this amazing teal blue shown here. At 40mm thick double d...

Victorinox Journey 1884 Hands-On Review

Victorinox Journey 1884 If the Inox with its more utilitarian design and rubber bezel cover is not really your thing, Swiss Army has now released a watch that while not as hard-use as its predecessor, is still tough enough to take on most adventures. Yes, enter the Victorinox Journey 1884, a new watch from the famous Swiss Brand, which can act as a dive watch, a field watch, and just your everyday...

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