**Update 9/4/2018 **
In a previous update, we mentioned that there were many complaints about the Zinvo Company. Zinvo reached out and asked if we could convey that they have hired a customer service team and are working hard to improve service. So, there you go. That is what the company has told me. As far as anything else, I still say do your research before you buy this or any product. Watcheport is in no way affiliated with Zinvo and is only conveying their message.
Now this is a brand I truly had not heard of and was actually brought up to us on another video review by a YouTube subscriber. So, first things first, shout out to Bonnermanvideos on YouTube for asking us if we were going to be reviewing this model and for bringing it to our attention.
With that out of the way, Zinvo is a brand that is based in Boston, MA with watches produced and assembled in Asia while sourcing parts from around the world. All watches are shipped from Boston, MA. The Blade is one of 3 models that Zinvo produces and their most expensive model to date. That is somewhat of an ironic statement seeing that this watch is the most expensive at $199. What makes this watch stand out would be the 1-second turbine, as Zinvo calls it. It is a disk that sits above the hands on the dial, and replaces your normal second hand.
For a better look at this, please see my video review here:
Zinzo Blade Full Specifications:
- 316L stainless steel case
- Italian leather strap and steel buckle
- 44mm wide
- 13mm thick
- 50mm lug to lug
- 24mm lug width
- 101.3 grams total weight
- Miyota 8215 automatic movement
- 10 atm water resistance
- Price $199.00
As I touched on in the video, the Zinvo Blade is certainly unique, but a little impractical, especially to accurately tell time. Zinvo was trying to do something different, and keep it affordable, and I think he did just that. Many watches that we enthusiasts buy are with fashion in mind and this Blade is certainly one that can be considered fashion-forward, and definitely unique.
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