We recently had our first foray into review a ladies watch from Marvin, one from their M025 collection that followed a conventional style overall, and tweaked things a bit with dial layout and strap materials. In today's review, we'll have a look at a watch that features styling and functionality we're more used to seeing in a men's watch.
We’ve reviewed quite a few different watches from Marvin over the last couple of years, but to date, we’ve not had any of their women’s models in for review. Today, we’ll take a look at the first of two that we had sent over for review, a tweed-equipped model from their M025 lineup.
We’ve reviewed quite a few different models from Marvin over the past few years, and we’ve liked the brand for the combination of style, fit-and-finish, and affordability that their lineup offers. Like the styling of a particular watch, but the mechanical movement is a little out of your price range? Well then, they very likely have a quartz variant, saving you a few bucks. In what we’ve looked at previously, if they haven’t been “true” sport watches, they’ve definitely skewed less formal. Today’s watch, the M126.96.36.199 definitely takes us away from that, and is very much a dressier piece.
We brought your attention to some Marvin models last year (here), but after that, we went a little radio-silent on the brand. Today, we”ll turn the dial back up, and dig into a newer (and rather bold) model.
Ok, so yesterday’s watch was a bit of a departure from what we normally show you here. Let’s get back to a brand we first had pop up on these pages the day before that – Marvin.
Marvin is a brand you don’t seem to hear about that often, even though they’re creating some beautiful pieces (in fact, it’s been over two years since they’ve appeared on these pages). Today, we’ll correct that with a look at a model from their Malton Cushion collection.