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Maurice Lacroix Pontos Day Date Review

Like it or not, “athleisure” is still white-hot. Thankfully though, the style trend still continues to evolve, having seemingly outgrown the...

Formex Element Watch Review

The latest timepiece from the recently revived Formex watch brand is the Formex Element. The Swiss brand boastfully refe...

Haldor Armis 2000m Watch Review

Nascent micro brand Haldor, based in Slovenia but whose watches are designed in Germany and then made in Switzerland, are into diving w...

A. Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Moon Phase Watch Review

Iam compelled to restrain myself each time I embark on reviewing a watch from A. Lange & Sohne. The brand is so deeply appealing al...

Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope Watch Review

It’s safe to say that any seasoned watch nerd would recognize the Max Bill line from the German brand Junghans. The simple yet distinct...

Davosa Apnea Diver Watch Review

Davosa surprised me with the Apnea Diver because they actually managed to do something few brands are able to do these days. What’s that? Ma...

Virata VRT1.6 Watch Review

Over the last several years a good number of American watch enthusiasts have proven to be remarkably entrepreneurial. Often armed with origi...

Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Watch Review

Rewinding back a little over a year to Baselworld 2017, there were really just a handful of watches that grabbed my attention and the Z...

Oris Aquis Date Blue Dial Watch Review

Swiss Oris’ signature dive watch line, the Aquis, is popular and well-known for good reason. So much so, in fact, that it’s difficult t...