All posts tagged "Watches"

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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. *...

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    Orbita Tourbillon Watch Winder Review

    The Orbita Tourbillon is the Porsche of watch winders. It’s modern, sleek, sexy, and it ain’t cheap. But for the enthusiast who wants the best for his watches, the Orbita will keep them running with both style and precision. The Orbita Tourbillon looks a little like a bomb from a Die Hard...

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    Kobold Soarway Diver Watch Review

    I’ve wanted a Kobold watch for pretty close to three years now. The first Kobold I fell in love with was the Polar Surveyor since it has both a chronograph, and a 24-hour hand. When I went through a military watch phase, I was dying for the Kobold Phantom. And I’ve always...

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    Ball Engineer Master II Diver Watch Review

    If you’re looking to put something a little different on your wrist, you owe it to yourself to consider a Ball. I came across Ball watches when I was looking for something distinctive and unique; something that combines the tradition of a good automatic movement with modern functionality; something that stands out...

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    Immersion Prowler Dive Watch Review

    Up for review today is a dive computer wristwatch from a lesser known Italian company: The Immersion Prowler. It’s a digital data logger, dive computer, and full-featured watch, all in a 200m (660ft) water-resistant housing. Let’s start with the feature list: * Stainless steel case with rubber side guards. * Integrated rubber...

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    Rolex Sea-Dweller Watch Review

    Without a doubt, the Rolex Sea-Dweller is one of my favorite watches of all time. It represents everything I look for in a watch of this sort: simplicity, quality, functionality, and stark beauty. The Sea-Dweller is one of the less common Rolex sport models. While the Submariner is produced in several combinations...

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    TX 730 Flyback Chronograph Watch Review

    When we think of Timex, we usually think of the king of the American bargain bin. Timex is known for inexpensive “drugstore” watches sold in places like Walmart and Target. But they are good inexpensive watches, and because they are such a good value, we like Timex. Besides, any company that has...

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    Casio Men's Pathfinder Triple Sensor Altimeter/Barometer/Digital Compass Watch Review

    The Casio Men’s Pathfinder Triple Sensor Altimeter/Barometer/Digital Compass Watch is chock full of cool features, and the design is one that supports the overall image of say Rambo or any other straight up, kick-butt, kind of fella. This watch includes a built-in digitial compass, altimeter, barometer, and thermometer. The digital compass displays...

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    Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Watch Review

    Citizen’s Men Eco-Drive Perpetual Calender Chronograph Watch oozes cool. This is the band you imagine James Bond wearing when grabbing groceries, or what any 21st century man should look for. Combining classic elements of design with modern technology Citizen has managed to make a timeless blend of rugged elegance that meets its...

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    Tokyo Flash Men's Star Performer Watch Review

    The Toyko Flash Men’s Star Performer Watch is a creation brought to us from the nether-regions of the Land of Cheese. You may find other notable Land of Cheese inhabitants such as every Billy Mayes commercial ever made and the album Hangin’ Tough. For some reason, Tokyo Flash thought a difficult to...