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Titoni Seascoper 600

The watch I’m reviewing today is made by one of the biggest Swiss brands on the watch market, selling more than 50k pieces a year yet almost unknown in Europe. Titoni is one of...

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Boldr Odyssey Dark Meteorite

Although meteorite dials have always been quite popular, I have never had the chance to see one in person. I’m having this opportunity now with the Boldr Odyssey Dark Meteorite, a stunning yet limited...

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Roebuck Scuba

I’ve had the occasion to get my hands on the Roebuck Scuba prototype during a few days. It was a first for me with a watch created by Guy Roebuck so I didn’t really...

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Arpiem Racematic TJW-3

Watches and cars… Two worlds that trigger a lot of passion and could be really close from each other! I have already introduced you to Arpiem Watches and their beautiful yet affordable race-inspired chronographs....

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Boldr Venture Field Medic lll

I invite you to discover the review of the Venture Field Medic lll by Boldr Supply Company. The Venture family is Boldr’s take on the classic field watch The Brand Boldr Supply Company is...

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Titoni Heritage

“No one is a prophet in his own land.” It seems strange to begin my review with such a saying! And yet, it is in my opinion what best sums up the watch but...

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Boldr Venture Wayfarer Navy

I’m reviewing today a new affordable piece : the Boldr Venture Wayfarer Navy. The Wayfarer is a tribute to classic 24-hour subdial watches housed in a sturdy titanium Venture case. The specs: Case: 38mm...

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Formex REEF

I’ve been wearing the REEF for almost a month now, so it’s time that I share my review with you. Knowing Formex, I was expecting nothing but the best. The watch didn’t just tick...

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Odyssey Freediver by Boldr Supply Co.

After successfully releasing a divewatch designed for adventurers with big wrists since it measured 45mm and was waterproof up to 500 meters, Boldr returns to us this time with a revisit of its model...

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