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B&R brings us the crystal skull

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Bell & Ross has just announced the BR 01 CYBER SKULL Sapphire, a version of their Cyber Skull watch with a fully crystal case and a crazy crystal skull inside whose jaw jabbers when you wind it. It’s pretty freaking wild.

Now funding (for a lucky few): The Tool Watch Co Arctic

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Here’s just a quick piece on a watch I sort of stumbled across. The Tool Watch Co Arctic is a great-looking tool watch made from titanium that comes in at (get this) 38mm and has a Sellita SW200 movement inside. They funded a bit ago, so they’re at pre-ordering pricing of $800 for the blue meteorite dial, or $1,000 for the black dial.

Recently Released: Panerai Luminor Quarenta 40mm

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For better or worse (depending on your point of view), Panerai continues to hold a slice of my watch subconscious. This started back when I was drawn in my the clean retro look I saw in a magazine ad years ago, and eventually blossomed when I ordered a homage watch as my very first mechanical (and it’s since passed on to another). I’ve reviewed the real thing since then (see that here) and it definitely has a quality the homage didn’t possess. Cue, then, my intense interest in the new – and compact – Panerai Luminor Quarenta.

In Review: xDuoo TA-10R Headphone Amp

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Audiophile gear goes in one of two directions. In one corner you have the old guard gear that costs as much as a Honda Fit and stuff that costs $20 and sounds fine until you spend $20 more and notice that the audio quality is slightly better. This dichotomy in gear can be frustrating to newbies and silly to people who just don’t care.

Introducing: Oris Sun Wukong Limited Edition

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The Oris Aquis Date (reviewed here) is turning into quite a versatile workhorse for the brand. It’s housed a number of movements, and has been turned into a number of different special editions, mostly focused on ecological efforts. This latest, though, celebrates the 60th anniversary of a Chinese animated film. Introducing the Oris Sun Wukong Limited Edition.

In Review: Marloe Solent

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While we can’t claim to have been watching Scotland-based Marloe since they started out, they’ve very firmly landed on our radar for their clean designs. You may be rowing the same boat, and wondering how these watches are in person. Well, we just spent some time with a loaner of the Marloe Solent, so we can give you some insight.

Black Friday / Cyber Monday deal roundup

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You know it’s that time of year where any number of brands are coming up with deals and discounts to entice you to pick up their wares. Rather than dedicate an article to each and every one, we’ll put them all in this one spot, so you’ve just got one page to check; we’ll add to it as we come across others.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Cheers from all of us at WristWatchReview. Thanks for reading us, thanks for hanging with us, and thanks for being the nicest group of watch lovers on the Internet. All the best to you and yours from Joanna, Victor, John, Patrick, and Nicholas.

Bawk bawk!

Introducing the Shinola Canfield Speedway Lap 03

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While many companies are talking to you about all their sales and discounts that they’ve got coming up this Friday, Shinola is going in a slightly different direction. They’re releasing a limited-edition version of one of their chronographs, the Shinola Canfield Speedway Lap 03.

In Review: SevenFriday Caipi

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While I was fairly certain I had reviewed a SevenFriday before, it took some digging. Turns out, it’s been over eight years! Since then, the brand has kept on producing their watches, hewing closely to that formula that we first saw 8+ years ago, not that long after the brand started out. Still, when we had a chance to get a loaner in of their latest – the SevenFriday Caipi – it was easy to say yes.