Tagged: divewatch

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Andersmann Chronograph ANN0633

Although diving watches are among the most popular, it is rare to find chronographs with specifications allowing diving. The watch I will review today, the Andersmann Chronograph ANN0633, is not only waterproof to 300m,...

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Ocean Crawler Champion Diver

Dive watches have always been the most popular ones among the watch addicts community. They generally fit many situations, whether you wear them on a bracelet, a rubber, a leather strap or even a...

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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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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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Circula AquaSport

The brand Circula was born in Pforzheim, the watchmaking heart of the Black Forest, in Germany. It was founded in 1955, so you can see that the watch I’m reviewing today was produced by...

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Feynman Cove

I have had the opportunity to review the Feynman One Eclipse not so long ago, and discovered then this promising brand. Today I’m reviewing the Feynman Cove, their latest creation. Considering how positive I was about the Eclipse,...

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Vandaag Tiefsee

A few month ago I had the chance to discover a new German brand named Vandaag. They released their first watch, the Schallmauer, a pilot chronograph power by a quartz movement. Today they’re going...

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