All posts tagged "Men’s Watches"

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    Christopher Ward C8 Pilot Watch Review

    Today I’m reviewing a watch that I like a great deal: the Christopher Ward C8 Pilot, model number C8SKK. It’s a mechanical watch in the style of pilot’s watches from decades ago, updated using modern materials and the ETA 2824-2 mechanical movement. Let’s start with the specs: •44mm by 9.7mm, 140g. •22mm...

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    Casio G-Shock GW-M5600BC Watch Review

    Sometimes the only way to really know how much you like a particular watch is to simply see how much you wear it. I’ve had plenty of watches which I thought I was going to love — watches with all the right features and materials — but that ended up getting almost...

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    Citizen Attesa ATV53-2933 Watch Review

    About three or four years ago, I got an email from a reader chastising us for not having better coverage of Citizen. I remember thinking at the time that I really wanted more Citizen content on Watch Report, but that they just weren’t doing anything all that interesting. I promised the reader...

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    Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF Watch Review

    Reviewed today is the Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF. We’ve done a fair number of G-Shock reviews here on WatchReport, but this one might be the most unusual to date. To give you an idea why, here’s the specifications for the GS-1200: •New tough movement calibre 5046 assembled on a new factory line just...

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    Casio G-Shock MTG-1500-1AJF Watch Review

    I’m a big fan of Casio’s MRG line of watches (as evidenced by my recent review of the MRG-7500BJ), but there’s no question that they are expensive. Fortunately, Casio created the MTG line of watches for those of us who want all the features of the MRG line (and even a few...

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    Skagen 233XXLSLB Watch Review

    As a followup to our interview with Skagen founder Charlotte Jorst, today we have a review of the Skagen 233XXLSLB.  From the upcoming ‘Skagen Leather’ collection, it’s very much down the center of the Skagen style: Quartz, slim, and low-key in appearance. Some specifications: •30g in weight, with leather strap – incredibly...

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    Skagen 697XLMLMB Watch Review

    Our second Skagen review today is of the 697XLMLMB. It’s a quartz men’s dress watch with a style a bit more daring than most of their line. Specifications: •35g in weight with strap. •42.5mm across with crown, 40.2mm without, 49mm lug to lug. •8.5mm thick. •Black ion plated stainless steel case with...

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    Alpha Jump Hour 549-SG2709 Watch Review

    Today’s review is something a little different from our usual fare: Presenting a classically-styled mechanical dress watch with an unusual complication, the jump hour 549-SG2709 from Alpha Watches. ‘Jump hour’ requires a bit of explanation. If you look at 12 o’clock on the dial, you see a round window with the number...

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    Casio MRG-7500BJ-1AJF Watch Review

    The MRG line of Casio G-Shocks is as high-end as G-Shocks come. They are the most sophisticated, most refined, toughest, and, of course, most expensive watches Casio makes. Watches in the MRG line range from around $700 to over $3,000 with the MRG-7500 falling in the middle at around $1,500. Why so...

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    Citizen BJ8040-01E Titanium "EcoZilla" Watch Review

    Today, we bring you a treat. The beast in the flesh, the internet forum darling, the Citizen Ecozilla. The model for review is the BJ8040-01E, a large dive watch that makes you feel like an old-school diver from the minute it is strapped to your wrist. Lets review the stats: •Dive watch...

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    Phosphor Ana-Digi e-ink Watch Review

    One of the exciting developments in the past few years has been the introduction of a new kind of display called “electronic ink” or “e-ink.” Unlike LCD displays in many ways, it looks more like paper and opens up some interesting avenues for new watch designs. Today’s review is of the Phosphor...

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    Phosphor P-0302 and P-0201 Watch Review

    As mentioned in the previous Phosphor review, we also received two of their newest curved e-ink models: the P-0302 and P-0201. (The picture to the right is the 0201.) With these watches, Phosphor has embraced the capabilities that differentiate e-ink from previous technology, creating curved displays previously impossible. While they differ slightly...