So, remember back when I wrote about the original Omega PloProf (here) earlier this month? If you do, you’ll recall that I mentioned our friends over at Ocean7 have a model inspired by the original, their LM-7 Professional PloProf Hardened Titanium Diver. Today, we’ll be taking a look at their original version (they just introduced…
It’s been awhile since we’ve had Ocean7 on our pages, so it seems fitting that we’ll pick back up with them with one of their more popular watches that just got re-introduced: The LM2 V2.
Yesterday, we brought you word of an upcoming dress watch that’s available for pre-order. Today, we’ll stay in the dress segment, but focus in on (with a hands-on review) of a model that’s available today.
If you’ve read my earlier reviews of the Ocean7 LM-5 models (here and here), you’re aware that I’m a fan of this particular line, due, in large part, to the lumed sapphire bezel that is installed. This latest model, the LM-5CQ, introduces
It’s been awhile since we took a trip into the Ocean7 catalog (you can see our other reviews here), and today, we’re revisiting one of my favorite models that’s had a very nice update done to it.
Yesterday, we started our tour of the Ocean7 LM-2AD, covering at a high level some of the functionality that the watch has on tap. We left off of on the question of why, when you activate the backlight, the analog hands swing around to read 10:10.
Ocean7 is a brand I’ve been reviewing here on WWR for a bit now, and they’ve always had an interesting mix of mechanical watches in their portfolio (the LM-5 is one of my favorites) – the emphasis here being mechanical. Just recently, however, they’ve put a new quartz model in the mix, and that’s what we’ll take…