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Hands on with Spinnaker Cahill SP-5033-02 Black

Just in the past month I have had a chance to review a few watches from Spinnaker and I really like looks of what they offer. All their watches are of a nautical them and styles range from dressy to tool. They offer quartz, solar, and automatic movements so there are choices for just about anyone. I always tend to lean to automatic divers, so when I got a hold of this Spinnaker Cahill SP-5033-02 I was a pretty happy camper. I have been trying this out for a couple weeks now and so far so good.

Hands on with the very Unique DWISS RS1

DWISS (Design Watch Independent Switzerland) was founded in 2011 by Rafael Simoes Miranda. After designing hundreds of watches for over 15 different brands, Miranda decided to branch out on his own and comes up with his own line of unique Swiss made watches. The latest series from DWISS is the R1 Collection, and you can get some nice really nice options. There are two dial options for the R1; the RS1 and the RC1. Movement options range from quartz, automatic, and even a tourbillon. I was able to get my hands on the RS1-BL which is their blue and black model with an automatic movement. I have worn this for a week now and here are my thoughts.

Sneak Peek: The MAEN Skymaster 38 is coming

MAEN is exactly what we like to see: They began life making a very nice quartz moonphase. And that would have been enough, but they have since followed up with the hard work of making automatics like the Hudson diver. What do they decide to do after making the Hudson? This is a sneak peek at the Skymaster 38 Automatic Chronograph.

Hands on Davosa Ternos Black 40 Automatic 200m Diver

Davosa is the Swiss watch brand you don’t pronounce with confidence. After some time on the wrist, I have some confidence in the value proposition of the brand’s Ternos Black 40 Automatic Diver with a 200m water resistance rating. It’s a Submariner homage with a sub $1000 price tag, and you may want to give it a look.

Catch a shooting Star with the Phoibos Eagle Ray Bronze Meteorite.

To date, I have been fortunate to have been able to review the Phoibos Ocean Master, the Sentinel, and the Great Wall. All were very nice, and well-made. Now Phoibos has come out with a new, fantastic looking watch. This one is the Phoibos Eagle Ray Bronze Meteorite. They were kind enough to send me one out to review and I – unsurprisingly – liked what I saw.

Carl F. Bucherer drops some lovely “hometown” watches

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If you’re from Bern, Mumbai, or Paris, you’re in luck: Carl F. Bucherer has a watch for you. Their new Carl F. Bucherer Heritage BiCompax Annual Hometown Edition line features five different face colors as well as engraving on the back dedicated to one of 17 cities. The design is based on the Heritage BiCompax Annual, an annual calendar with chrono featuring a month window and big date.