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Watch Review | Momentum Pathfinder III Titanium Alarm


Momentum Pathfinder III Titanium Alarm. When it comes to watches of extremely great value, the Momentum Watches out of Canada generally produces some fairly cool looking timepieces. Now past reviews on Momentum over the years have received some criticism due to a large quantity of the watch that are produced by the company contain quartz movements. Quartz watches can be …

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2015 Holiday “EDC” Giveaway!


HOLIDAY “EDC” GIVEAWAY!  Holiday time is here and we at WatchReport wanted to help you have a very special holiday. Everyone, yes everyone worldwide, can enter!  With that in mind, we have put together an instant “EDC” prize package for one lucky person. What is EDC ? It has become to mean “every day carry” and usually it is associated …

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Watch Review | Melbourne Hawthorn


Melbourne Hawthorn Watch Review Specifications: Case – 42mm 316L Stainless Steel 48mm lug to lug 11.5mm thick Movement – Miyota Cal. 8205 Automatic Crystal – Anti-Reflective Sapphire Dial – Carbon Fibre centre texture, C3 Super-Luminova applied markers Hands – C3 Super-Luminova applied Strap – 22mm Leather Strap, 20mm Stainless Steel Buckle Water Resistance – 100m/10ATM Warranty – 24 Months Price …

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Review | Barrington Double Watch Winder


To wind, or not to wind, that is the question. For years, automatic watch enthusiast and others who share our passion have asked themselves whether a watch winder is a much needed support tool for their collection, or can they simply continue to manually wind each piece from scratch when their time in the rotation comes up. For others, the …

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Watch Review | STOWA Flieger Klassik Sport


STOWA Flieger Klassik Sport It is my extreme pleasure once again to talk about STOWA Watches. The topic of this review is another relatively new watch model, the Flieger Klassik Sport . I was first introduced to STOWA sometime in 2008-09, due to the really cool design of the Seatime model. As I have mentioned before, the company is located …

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Watch Review | Peragine Nayroh Grande Automatic


Peragine Nayroh Grande Automatic I’ve been at it again folks, attempting to find another great watch value on which to report and this time I have found a very nice pilot style watch from Peragine Watches to discuss. The Nayroh Grande is the first watch model produced by Ivan Peragine. According to Peragine, the Nayroh Grande is a tribute to the IWC “Big Pilot”, which had a significant influence on …

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Watch Review | Blacklist Streetmatic


By the time you are reading this, Blacklist Watches will already have their Kickstarter campaign up and running for their new proposed model, the Streetmatic. Coming off a successful campaign last year for their Renegade and Phantom Swiss Quartz models, Justin of Blacklist has created a similar themed wristwatch, but this time in a much smaller size (44mm vs 48mm) …

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Watch Review | Glycine Airman Airfighter


When most people think of Glycine Watches, they probably think of the Airman series. And with that, I get to talk about the newest variation, and for the most part, quite a departure from the Airman series line, in terms of case construction and chronograph operation. Enter the Glycine Airman Airfighter. The Airfighter debuted at Basel World 2014, and since …

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Watch Review | Helm Watches Vanuatu


One of the newest micro brands to emerge is Helm Watches, and their first model is the Vanuatu. (Pronounced Van-Wa-Tu). Manufacturing and shipping out of Hong Kong, Helm Watches are your typical micro brand budget diver, and has that “tool” diver look many watch guys like these days. The case, dial and bracelet take cues from a few different brands …

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Watch Review | Panzera Breuer 47


In for review is the Panzera Breuer 47 Limited Edition. Stemming its inspiration from the German Bauhaus popular back in the 1950’s and 60’s for their minimalistic and timeless designs, today’s Breuer 47 fills the needs of those looking for that minimalistic and clean dress timepiece. If you remember, my college Don Evans reviewed the Breuer 44 almost a year …

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