Category: Long Term Reviews
In October 2013 I picked up an automatic Delphi Acheron from Stuhrling Original. How has it help up in the nearly 3 years since? Only one way to find out!Read More
Summary: The Casio G-Shock GLX-150 and the Nixon Lodown take two different approaches to tracking time and tides. Both have advantages and disadvantages and one common feature: poor displays. Background Summer brings...Read More
Summary: The Glycine Combat Sub is a modern classic, with perfect dimensions and outstanding build quality. It’s also one of the most popular wristwatches Glycine makes and it’s available in several different color...Read More
Summary: This Volmax Sturmanskie chronograph (3133-1615654) is a massive watch powered by the famous 3133 Maktime movement. It has some plastic external parts that detract from the overall look and feel. This one had a few...Read More
Summary: The DSW G.A.3 dive watch is a paradox. It has a serious 1,000 meter depth rating but it seems more suited to sport or casual wear. It looks good on the wrist, however, and for many owners that may be all that matters....Read More
Summary: Mühle-Glashütte is probably one of the lesser-known German watch manufacturers but their watches have a unique look and style that can’t be mistaken for any other brand. It’s not easy to choose a favorite...Read More
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