Our review of the Seiko Samurai reveals no big surprises. It’s a quintessential dive watch that looks good at the office and at home.
This is not your typical, run of the mill Timex. The American Documents is a watch for enthusiasts, patriots, and collectors. Our review reveals why.
The Hamilton PSR is a stylish, nostalgic watch that won’t break the bank. It’s simple, yet modern and a great conversation starter.
The Citizen Skyhawk is a watch that is jam-packed with features that you would expect from a modern aviation watch but it also has some surprises.
The Weiss Field Watch clearly shows that the American watch industry is alive and well. It’s a handcrafted, premium wristwatch with bags of character.
The Tissot Seastar is perhaps not an obvious choice for a dive watch, but few Swiss-made watches offer so much for so little.
The 40mm Seiko SRPE55 is a versatile, modern watch with bags of style and practicality, but is it right for your collection? Let’s find out.
It’s not a Bond watch, but there’s still a good chance that the Casio AE1200 (aka Casio Royale) will leave you shaken, not stirred. Here’s why.
The Seagull 1963 is an affordable mechanical chronograph that is steeped in military history. It’s a pilot’s watch you will be proud to own.
The Traska Summiteer is a field watch with all the features you would expect and some you might not. It’s a field watch for the 21st century.
If you’re looking for an everyday watch that won’t let you down, there are few better watches than the Citizen Promaster Diver.