Today we have a brand we have never covered before but one I’m glad we did. The brand Vescari watches are a Dutch brand originally founded in 2016 with the goal of providing quality,  affordable timepieces.  There first line the Heritage Chronograph sold out alot faster then expected which lead to there current line and what we are featuring now, the Vescari Chestor.

Now let’s dive in with my first Impression of the Vescari Chestor, given the price point I’ll be honest I wasn’t expecting anything special, but I was wrong very wrong. The box comes with a branded sleeve to protect the main box which hosts the Vescari Chestor on a slim dark brown Italian leather strap with the addition of a very high quality black nylon strap for a more casual feel.

The star of the show is the Vescari Chestor ‘s sunburst dial which along with its hand painted rose gold index make this piece really stand out and give a real luxury appearance. I’ve been wearing the Vescari Chestor for a little over a week now which features a Miyota 6s21 movement a pretty solid movement for this piece. At 40mm this watch wears great, I personally found the black nylon strap to feel a lot more solid then the brown leather strap which looks great if your looking for a more business/ formal look – but I would worry about its durability overall.  

In closing the Vescari Chestor range offers a wide selection of pieces with a choice of stainless steel bracelet or leather strap as well as various colour dials . The one I covered the Vescari Chestor Rose Gold I loved it, it looks great feels solid on and the addition of an extra strap was an unexpected bonus along with an oversized polishing cloth represents great value for money at its current sale price of €149 (~$169). You can check it out out for yourself along with their other dials and styles directly at

Tech Specs from Vescari

  • Case: 40mm 316L stainless Steel case
  • Dial:Sunburst Dial with hand polished markers
  • Crystal: Mineral crystal with AR Coating
  • Movement: Miyota 6s21
  • Lug Width: 20mm
  • Straps: Italian Brown leather and Black Nylon both with quick release pins.

ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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