Posted by Ariel Adams on Mar 6th 2017
In 2016, Rolex released the new reference 126333 Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 watch which quietly replaced the outgoing Rolex Datejust II that Rolex had been making for a few years. Both models are larger-sized versions of the classic Rolex Datejust that for most of its life came in a 36mm-wide case. The Rolex Datejust is one of the world's most popular luxury timepieces and has been around since Rolex originally released the Datejust back in 1945.
The IWC Portugieser Automatic with date display debuted back in 2004 and has always been furnished with one of the biggest and most powerful automatic movements. The original from the 1930s was the first to use a pocket watch movement in a wristwatch, and their current 52010 caliber is, in my opinion as an owner, [...]
Let's take a look at Victorinox Swiss Army's latest version of their INOX watch with its trendy black carbon case and updated, more aggressive dial. The article Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Carbon Naimakka Paracord Strap Watch Review first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
Since 2001, Xēzo has been producing limited-run timepieces that offer a whole lot of bang for the buck. I recently had a chance to spend some time with two of their pieces, the Xēzo Air Commando D-45R and the Air Commando D-45S. The article Xēzo Air Commando D-45R & D-45S Watch Review first appeared on aBlogtoWatch [...]
What drew me to the Citizen Eco-Drive Super Titanium AW0060 collection of watches was a combination of price, design, and features. This isn't the last watch you'll ever need, but it is a great watch for the money and, more importantly, has a lot more personality than most timepieces at this price. The article Citizen Eco-Drive [...]
There are few activities that excite me as much as diving. So when Oris proposed to send me their Aquis Depth Gauge Chronograph watch to accompany me on my annual diving trip, I could not wait to get in the water. The article Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Chronograph Watch Review first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and [...]
I'll start with what I acknowledge is a bold statement: the Grand Seiko Spring Drive Chronograph SBGC001, in its entirety, as it is out of the box, is exactly the package of design, movement, functionality, technology, accuracy, and value that one or more major Swiss brands should at least be trying to offer. The article Grand [...]
Back in August 2016, I was fortunate enough to be asked by Samsung to host the launch event for the Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch, and I was proud to do it because this is among the best smartwatches I've ever worn, if not the absolute best to this point. The article Samsung Gear S3 Smartwatch Review: [...]
Based out of Singapore, Reverie is a small brand founded by Samuel Tay, an individual determined to create his own "dream watch." This is often the case with microbrands, it seems, but with the Sea Spirit, Samuel has crafted a watch worthy of his dreams. The article Reverie Sea Spirit Watch Review first appeared on [...]
Florence, Italy-based Visconti is mostly known for their writing instruments but has increasingly been getting into watches. Not just any watches, but decidedly avant-garde and often "weird" watches. That is just how they like it. The article Visconti W110 Grand Cruise Bronze Watch Review first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams. [...]
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