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    Halios Holotype Watch Review

    In the illustrious and glamorous world of watch reviews there are few things that motivate us at Watch Report like a good deal. Very few people buy products based solely on the price so most of us will choose the product with the best value because it is value that justifies a...

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    Morpheus Culinary C2 Watch Review

    When James Cowan, president of Morpheus, contacted us, we were skeptical of a watch designed such that they had “produced a timepiece with both the elegance of a fine watch and a captivating theme dedicated to the art of cooking.” But they did. And I like it. Let’s get started on the...

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    Casio G-Shock Frogman GWF-1000 Watch Review

    Today’s review is Casio’s latest in their Frogman line of G-Shock dive watches. These are the first in that line to have atomic timekeeping and solar power. Let’s take a look and see what you get for a list price of $725! Specifications: •Water resistant to 200m (660ft). •Dedicated dive timer with...

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    Casio PAW2000T-7V "Slim Pathfinder" Watch Review

    Every new Pathfinder I get tends to become my favorite, and the PAW2000T-7V is no exception. In fact, not only has it become my favorite Pathfinder, but it is also one of my favorite digital watches in general. I’ve typically thought of Pathfinders purely as outdoors watches in the past — watches...

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    Abingdon Jackie Watch Review

    Today we review a watch from newcomer Abingdon Watches, a company founded by a female pilot who couldn’t find a watch that she liked for flying. Solving a personal problem is often the source of great ideas, so we were delighted to review their designs. First off is the Jackie model: •Miyota...

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    O.D.M. 3-Touch Watch Review

    Today’s review of the o.d.m. 3-touch digital, model SU101-3, is a bit unusual for Watch Report. We don’t usually cover fashion watches, but the 3-touch is worth making an exception. Read on and see if you agree. Specifications: •Touch-screen-controlled digital watch. •Available in four color combinations: the SU101-3 is a reverse LCD...

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    TX 530 World Time Airport Lounge Watch Review

    Travel makes a great inspiration for a watch. Take the TX 530 here (model number T3C474TX): it’s got world map as a dial, 24 cities around the bezel, and a retro design from the days when flight was glamorous. New in 2009, the ‘World Time Airport Lounge’ is a vintage-inspired design with...

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    Prometheus Recon 5 Watch Review

    Up for review today is the second watch from Prometheus, and it’s quite a bit different from the Ocean Diver. The Recon 5 is an handwinding aviator, with the characteristic re-think we’ve come to expect from Prometheus. Let’s get started with some specifications: •Stainless steel case: 44mm by 10.5mm. •Sapphire crystal and...

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    Xetum Tyndall Watch Review

    There aren’t a lot of American companies making watches these days — RGM, Kobold, Bathys; a handful of others. So let’s welcome new San Francisco brand Xetum — the brainchild of founder, Jeff Kuo. He’s started a new company with two original-design, Swiss-movement watches: the Tyndall (pictured), and Stinson. Jeff kindly agreed...

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    Luminox SR-71 Blackbird 9052 Watch Review

    If you like analog-digital watches, today’s review might just make your day. This is the limited-edition Luminox SR-71 Blackbird, model #9052. Limited to 999 pieces, this seems to be their version of the Omega X-33. Let’s start out with the specifications: •44mm across, 50mm at the widest point, 15mm thick. •PVD-finished stainless...

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    Casio Pathfinder PRW-5000-1ER Watch Review

    If there’s any one company that continues to innovate, it has to be Casio. Their newest Pathfinder/Protrek, the PRW-5000, takes their kitchen-sink feature list and completely rethinks to design with an emphasis on analog hands. Let’s start with the features: •Solar powered. •Atomic timekeeping, six bands: US, UK, Germany, China, Japan (2x)....

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    Casio GA100A-7A Watch Review

    If you like your watches big, bold, and durable, then the new GA100 line of G-Shocks will make your day. Available in white, yellow, and black, you get the “basic” G-Shock feature set in a new, larger case for a list price of only $99: •Water resistant to 200m (660ft). •Resin case,...