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In review: Aquatico Poseidon Blue Ceramic diver

Over the past few years, I have reviewed several Aquatico watches. So far, none of them have disappointed me, which means I’m always up for checking out their new stuff. Being a diver I don’t just like the look of a good dive watch, I also want one that I can actually use for its intended purpose. The vintage no nonsense look of the Aquatico Poseidon really appealed to me, and I was able to get one in for review.

In Review: The Seestern Tiffany Blue Vintage Sub 300

Tiffany blue. Vintage. Sub. All words that conjure hypebeast wishes and caviar dreams. But can you get satisfaction out of a $179 watch that looks like a Doxa Sub 300T took a walk down Fifth Avenue?

I think so?

Video Review: The Cronos PT5000 Diver


This is one of our first video reviews so I decided to feature the super cheap, nicely-styled Alibaba watch from Cronos. This watch costs about $200-300 online and you should be able to find very good examples on eBay. Check it out and let me know what you think.

In Review: Bia Rosie


Given that we here at WWR are, well, guys, we tend to write about and review watches that are meant for guys. But today, we’ve got a review that’s specifically for the ladies. Which isn’t to say a woman couldn’t wear a “mens” watch – many do, and do so quite well. However, if you want a watch designed for a woman’s wrist, that’s where the Bia Rosie comes in.

Compressing time with the Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor

Back over the summer, we brought you word of the new Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor (seen here). This time around, we’re back with some hands-on impressions that we gathered after spending some time with a review loaner.

Introducing the Citizen Promaster Eco-Drive Satellite Wave

When people think about cool and capable dive watches, for some reason I don’t think many of them consider Citizen – and you know, that’s a shame. They’ve got a wide variety of watches that can fit the bill, but their latest release – Citizen Promaster Eco-Drive Satellite Wave – really packs a lot of tech into it’s titanium case.

The Torgoen T43 trades the skies for the water

If you’ve been a long-time reader of the site, you’re no doubt familiar with Torgoen. They’ve long produced aviation-focused watches (which we most recently reviewed here). In the spirit of exploring new avenues, they’ve gone ahead and made a dive watch, in the form of the Torgoen T43.

Prototype fun with the Yema Superman Bronze

Over the last year, we’ve been fortunate to go hands-on with quite a number of the models that Yema has in their catalog. You may have caught word that they recently launched another one on Kickstarter as of late, and we got to spend some time with a prototype of the Yema Superman Bronze.

Introducing the Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor

Have you ever found yourself liking a brand for one reason or another (general design aesthetic, price points, etc) but really wishing they had that “one style” that you really prefer? Christopher Ward seems to be reading your mind then, as they’ve introduced a number of new and interesting styles. Their latest is an old one that’s new again – the Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor.

You can dive into travel with the Mido Ocean Star GMT

We first got to do a hands-on review with the Mido Ocean Star diver last year (which you can see here). I came away from that hands-on experience impressed, but Mido knew there was another way to up the game, and they have my number. By that, I mean they put my favorite complication into the new Mido Ocean Star GMT.