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Bernhardt Binnacle Diver Review
8.3

Bernhardt Binnacle Diver Review

Bernhardt watch company is a small operation that forgoes advertising to ensure their customers get the most watch possible for their money. It is because of this ethos that Bernhardt remains one of the few companies that can put out a quality watch with solid construction and sapphire glass for under 300 dollars.


Ace Timegrapher Review

Accuracy, amplitude, beat error, these are all things that I needed to learn to interpret if I wanted to deepen my understanding of these beautiful little mechanical machines, and the only way to do that was to get my hands on a Timegrapher.


Orient Ray Review
8.1

Orient Ray Review

The Ray is the predecessor to Orient’s popular Mako line of watches. With the Ray Orient has added some new features and ironed out some of the kinks that plagued the Mako line, making it one of their best sellers. The Ray does a great job of fitting the mold of a capable tool watch while still keeping a low enough profile to work as a dressed up dive watch.


Orient Thresher Review
6.6

Orient Thresher Review

The Thresher is a nice looking diver with what I would call a black-tie sort of styling. This is a watch that can easily pull off a more dressed up look, but unfortunately I found it lacking some of the qualities I’ve grown to love in an Orient dive watch.


Seiko SKX007 Review
8.3

Seiko SKX007 Review

The SKX007 is an easy watch to like. It has all of the stylings that you would expect from a diver but somehow still manages to keep it’s personality intact.


How to Choose a Good Dive Watch (That you can actually dive with)

The watch world is flooded with dive watches of all imaginable sizes, shapes, colors and styles. Unfortunately some of these are “fashion” watches masquerading as dive watches. While they may have borrowed the look of a classic diver, they have no business being under the water’s surface and certainly won’t last long at depth.