All posts tagged "Men’s Watches"

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    Casio G-Shock GW-2000 Watch Review

    Casio G-Shocks play many roles: fashion icons, hardcore tool watches, respectable divers, etc. Today, we look at something of a new phase for the G-Shock line in the form of a “multi role fighter.” The Casio G-Shock GW-2000 sports aviation styling while retaining the GMT features of many of its older siblings....

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    Jorg Gray 1950-12 Watch Review

    Along with our review of the Jorg Gray 1900-14, we requested a closer look at the 1950-12: a casual quartz watch with some Italian dive watch styling. The 1950-12 is even nicer looking in person than in photos, and after wearing it for a while, I can say it definitely has a...

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    Casio G-Shock GXW-56-1BJF Watch Review

    The new Casio G-Shock GXW-56 — and its American counterpart, the GX-56 — are proof that huge is the new big. With a case 55.5mm wide at its widest point, and 17.5mm high, the GXW-56 is the biggest G-Shock ever made. (Yes, they are even larger than the venerable Frogman.) (Before going...

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    Jorg Gray 1900-14 Chronograph Watch Review

    Watches are often known for their connection to culture, sports, world records, or famous people. Rolex is known for reaching the top of Mt. Everest and the bottom of the ocean; Tag Heuer for a rich background in motor sports and sailing; Omega for reaching the moon, and now as watch James...

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    Momentum Cobalt V Watch Review

    Up for review today is the Cobalt V from Momentum Watches, a Vancouver company specializing in functional and legible watches. We’re always glad to find a great watch in this price range, and I think the Cobalt V is going to make a lot of fans. Let’s get started with the specifications:...

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    Casio Riseman GW-9200 Watch Review

    The Casio Riseman GW-9200 is a bit tricky to review, mostly because Christian already wrote a pretty complete post about it already. It’s also a bit of a hybrid watch, something of a merger between the worlds of the G-Shock and Pathfinder lines. I’ll dive into feature lists after the break, but...

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    Nike Amp+ iPod Control Watch Review

    The Nike Amp+ iPod control watch is unusual for many reasons. To start with, it only displays hours and minutes. No seconds, no date, no alarm, no stopwatch. And to see the time, you actually have to press a button to illuminate the LED display. But the Amp+ isn’t designed to be...

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    Suunto Core Watch Review

    At WatchReport, we’re big fans of outdoor watches. We’ve reviewed several Casio Pathfinders, and today we have the Suunto Core Light Green. There are eight Core models, differing in case design and coloration. I chose the Light Green for both functional and aesthetic reasons – it’s the lightest of the bunch, with...

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    Ocean7 G-2 Chronograph Watch Review

    After our review the Ocean7 LM-2, we were anxious to get our hands on more from Ocean7. This time, we thought we’d trying something a little different: the Ocean7 G-2 Dive Chronograph. I’ve always been a sucker for dive chronographs like the Seamaster Pro Chrono and the Panerai Luminor 1950 Flyback diver,...

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    Citizen Skyhawk A-T Watch Review

    Most pilots and aviation enthusiasts tend to be gadget lovers. Whether it’s an entirely new digital avionics package in the cockpit, or one of the most advanced aviation watches on the market, we lust after it. So when the Citizen Skyhawk A-T was announced last year, my interest was piqued. While the...

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    Seiko SKA367 Kinetic Dive Watch Review

    One of the things I enjoy about wearing Seikos is that there’s so much to discover post-purchase. Often, a watch will have a coherent style that you find you enjoy long after it originally caught your eye. Let’s take a closer look at a mid-line Seiko Diver to see what I mean....

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    Casio G-Shock Gulfman (GW-9100) Watch Review

    The new Casio G-Shock Gulfman is an interesting new addition to Casio’s G-Shock line. It has the same set of features as all the G-Shocks I review: * Atomic calibration. * Solar powered. * 200 meter water resistant (about 650 feet). * Automatic calendar. * Electroluminescent backlight. * 48-city world time. *...