Discovering the Bremont Terra Nova Power Reserve on Wrist in the Real World
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by Matthew Catellier
3d ago
I walked into the office this morning, and noticed a rather large build up of watches for review, with boxes stacked on-top of each other neatly grazing the wall. An unusual sight for the beginning of summer when watch brands tend to slow down the distribution of review samples. Could there be a reason for […] The post Discovering the Bremont Terra Nova Power Reserve on Wrist in the Real World appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Hands-On: The New Mido Ocean Star GMT Travel Diver
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by Matthew Catellier
1w ago
Mido has been making headwinds lately with popular releases such as the Ocean Star Decompression World Timer, and their recently released Multifort TV Big Date. High profile releases like these ones are starting to bring some much needed attention to their bread and butter offerings like their new Ocean Star GMT we’re reviewing today. Where […] The post Hands-On: The New Mido Ocean Star GMT Travel Diver appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Startup Diver Concept: The Nove Marine M001-07
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by Matthew Catellier
2w ago
As a watch reviewer and industry journalist for many years now, it’s become customary for me to be curious but at times apprehensive about reviewing a new watch from a relatively unknown startup brand. While some watch publication outlets are currently reviewing their 300th Speedmaster, today on the WRB we’re going hands on with the […] The post Startup Diver Concept: The Nove Marine M001-07 appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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On-Wrist with the Oris Aquis Date Upcycle
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by Matthew Catellier
3w ago
Oris is certainly one of my favorite accessible Swiss watch brands. Like many of you, I also appreciate a watch brand that not only has a solid heritage and reputation, but a brand that has remained independent throughout all these years. The new Aquis Date that we’re reviewing here is a culmination of the above, […] The post On-Wrist with the Oris Aquis Date Upcycle appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Hands-On with the Galactic Bremont X Bamford Aurora Supermarine GMT
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by Sam Neubauer
1M ago
Whether it’s day or night, above ground or below the sea, the latest collaboration between Bremont and Bamford Watch Department will catch your eye. The Aurora is a new version of the Bremont S502 Supermarine, a purpose-built, military-inspired GMT watch with serious dive credentials. Generous amounts of neon-green Super-LumiNova lume immediately separate this limited edition […] The post Hands-On with the Galactic Bremont X Bamford Aurora Supermarine GMT appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Ball Goes Integrated with the Roadmaster M Perseverer
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by Matthew Catellier
1M ago
Ball watches have always retained an interesting place in the world of watches. I’ve always been enamoured by their peculiar brand name, one that has been reminiscent of humorous synonyms. Well, today they’re finally jumping into the integrated bracelet game with their new Roadmaster M Perseverer. It’s really too bad this wasn’t released a few […] The post Ball Goes Integrated with the Roadmaster M Perseverer appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Tag Heuer Kith Formula 1 Blast from the Past
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by Matthew Catellier
1M ago
I woke up this morning to some nice surprise news coming from Tag Heuer and their collaboration with Kith. They just announced a new Formula 1 that’s modeled on the original from 1986, and there’s plenty of color options to satisfy anyone here. At first glance I thought we we’re going through a deja vu […] The post Tag Heuer Kith Formula 1 Blast from the Past appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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The History of the Rolex Sea-Dweller: A Full Guide from Inception to Present Day Philosophy
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by Matthew Catellier
2M ago
The Sea-Dweller, like the rest of the Rolex lineup, has a deep storied heritage within its niche. The Daytona might be the most coveted, and the Submariner could very well be the most popular, but the Sea-Dweller is boasting the most prestigious pedigree for those who are fond of extreme deep-sea diving. In 1967 a […] The post The History of the Rolex Sea-Dweller: A Full Guide from Inception to Present Day Philosophy appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Hands-On: The Seagull 1963 Most Obtainable Mechanical Chronograph
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by Matthew Catellier
2M ago
Within the watch collecting community there’s various categories of watches outside of their intrinsic functions. Some of them iconic, some unobtainable, and others excellent value choices – when some of these aspects coincide you usually have yourself a really great offering. Today we’re reviewing one such watch, and that is the Seagull 1963 mechanical chronograph […] The post Hands-On: The Seagull 1963 Most Obtainable Mechanical Chronograph appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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Tudor Steals Spotlight with New Black Bay 41 Release
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by Matthew Catellier
2M ago
While everyone was waiting to see what Rolex was going to release at this years Watches & Wonders 2024, Tudor was secretly eyeing the prize with their new Black Bay 41 release. Did Tudor release the Submariner that everyone wants? The answer is, most likely, and the reason comes down to a few interesting factors […] The post Tudor Steals Spotlight with New Black Bay 41 Release appeared first on WatchReviewBlog ..read more
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