Starking AM0239 Review

February 8, 2019

So today we are taking another look at yet another Starking. Although this may be my last Starking for a while. I’ve looked at four so far, so unless they come up with something really interesting I’ll take a break from looking at them. Now this particular Starking is very similar to the AM0184 that […]

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Releasing the Kraken on a Budget: Phoibos PX002C Review

February 3, 2019

Phoibos has only been around for a relatively short amount of time. Yet they have made a large impact amount collectors and enthusiasts. Now this particular Phoibos wasn’t really on my radar. As I was more interested in their newer Eagle Ray and Sentinel models, but after receiving a few requests to review it, I […]

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Orient Mako X Review : A Study in Scarlet

January 7, 2019

So it’s been a while since i updated anything here. I’ve been too busy creating videos, that it’s been hard to remember to resize and optimize photos for the site. Yet I realized this would be a perfect place to display all the straps I’ve put on my new Orient whatever it will be called. […]

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Citizen Chandler Chronograph Review

November 12, 2018

Citizen Chandler Chronograph   Today we are looking at the Citizen Chandler Chronograph, model AT0200-05E. Which is one of, if not the cheapest Citizen Eco-Drive Chronographs around.  This solar powered chronograph sits just above 39mm wide, and has everything you need in a simple field watch chronograph, with nothing you don’t.  There are two reasons […]

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Seiko Ice Monster Review

November 5, 2018

Ice is Back… It’s time for the Ice Monster. Or Seiko Baby Ice Monster to be more sepcific. Model SRPB481 ( SRPB481K1). One of the Seiko 5 baby monsters. This dive style watch has become a quiet cult favorite. With it’s unique color scheme and design.  Its a little on the large side, but not […]

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Revisiting Shinola

October 15, 2018

Filson Journeyman Review Recently Shinola announced a new line of Automatic Dive watches, similar to the limited edition one they released last year.  So I thought it would be a good time to revisit Shinola.  Or in this case Filson, with the Journeyman Chronograph.  I’ve actually had this watch for some time.  I found it […]

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Victorinox Officer’s Watch Review

October 8, 2018

Victorinox For many of us, Victorinox holds a special place in our hearts.  A Victorinox pocket knife was usual the first knife we were ever given as kids, usually by our fathers.  But even with that, many of us don’t think of Victorinox as a watch company.  Yet they have made fine swiss made watches for years, and the Officer’s Watch is no […]

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Umm Interesting new colors for the Tevise

October 4, 2018

Vibrant doesn’t describe it So I just noticed that there are 4 new colors for the cheap Tevise Subby Homage.  And wow, I just had to put them in one place.  The mustard Yellow one looks kind of cool.  But the other two are great if your color blind.  But wow… the Rainbow one… yah.  […]

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Understanding Tritium

October 3, 2018

Tritium Lume Watches with Tritium Lume, or Gas Tritium Light Sources (GTLS) are awe inspiring awesome.  Although I don’t think they are for everyone.  There are some major limitations in the life span of those tritium vials.  So the watches are great for anyone who works primarily at night, or in low light conditions.  Or […]

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Hey There Mr. Blue : Gaunqin Nomos Lambda Homage Review

September 26, 2018

Guanqin Nomos Homage Today I’m taking a look at the Guanqin Nomos Lambda Homage, model GJ16106M.  This watch has been around for a little bit, and there are a few other reviews of it out there.  But not much on this blue dial version, which is a pity.  It really deserves some attention, as it is […]

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