The 80s version of a smartwatch, were they simply better? I know I don't miss the buzzing, blinking and flashing of endless notifications that I don't care about. The fact that these are still made today, at an extremely reasonable cost, and the pure functionality of these watches, says it all really.
Is this $45 well spent? Read all about it.
Tudor is an interesting brand. It was often in the shadow of its big sister. This changed with the launch of the Black Bay line in 2012. All of a sudden, the little sister stepped out from the shadows and took the limelight.
The Black Bay 41 flies under the radar. It's sporty and elegant, intricate and plain. Should you consider it over a Rolex Explorer or even the standard Black Bay line?
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I researched this for a long time before I bought it...or at least I tried to! There's not a lot out there in terms of in depth reviews. So, time to change that!
If you're looking at buying this good homage to the Omega Seamaster 300, then hopefully this will help you.
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