Interestingly and unlike what feels like every other watch company in the world, there’s not been a proper dive watch as such in their arsenal but that’s about to change. And with some of the best diving in the world in Australian waters, it’s very fitting. Even if all you do is play in the rockpools or the many awesome beaches of this country, this one is for you. Watch review here
Unrivalled value for money is what the Helm Vanuatu is known for. Does it live up to its reputation? I think so and I decided that this watch was worth a video review near its element, the ocean. Enjoy!
I'm excited to bring more of my watch collection to youtube in future, here's my first video under my own name, of the beautiful Halios Fairwind Bathyal Blue. If you enjoy this video, please like and subscribe :)
The party trick is the silhouettes of Manta Ray just underneath the surface of the dark blue ocean. It’s incredibly subtle, don’t expect anybody to see these without having them pointed out. Much like manta ray, or even small sting rays in real life, they don’t exactly advertise their presence, but rather gently glides near the bottom of the ocean and a silhouette may be all you ever see. It’s a beautiful touch and it’s the reason I bought the watch.
So does everything line up properly? Don't be silly... Read full review here
I'm finally back with a new watch for 2021!
Today I have a new watch from MWC, the Collins Auto Classic. Once again I may be in the unique position of being the only Melburnian to review the watch, which means I’m well aware of Collins Street in Melbourne. That said, the surname Collins is one of those historical names that seems to show up absolutely everywhere in Australia, much like Bourke. I won’t go into the history of the name and how it relates to English explorers, let’s just concentrate on the Melbourne financial district which is a rather pleasant area of Melbourne.
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The Sinn EZM 12 is made for medical professionals, in fact it was designed in direct collaboration with doctors and emergency personnel, in particular air rescue services.
When was the last time you read a description specifying features like an easily removable bezel and strap, to wash out bacteria or even blood?
This is a tool watch like no other. Meet the Sinn EZM 12
The absolute classic that is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak was launched around the time of the quartz crisis and here was a steel watch at the same price as a gold watch with a rather controversial design. It was simply bad timing and it was in fact a failure upon launch, even to the point where some employees were rumoured to have been given one to boost numbers. But, Audemar Piguet kept investing and marketing the watch and of course it is now a modern day classic!
There is a classic Top Gear episode where James May reviews a Honda Civic. Paraphrasing, he says something along the lines of, “if you come out of a grey office and have to go to a marketing conference on the latest tissue paper, that little red starter button might be THE thing that makes not want to drive into a wall.”
The Hanhart Pioneer Monoscope is no ordinary watch. This is a watch with heritage. And, it has a red button.
In partnership with Time Only watches, I'm getting the opportunity to film and write about some fantastic watches including boutique brands from Germany, fancy Rolexes and everything in between. Like and subscribe for once a week updates :). I'll be updating the video landing page every week with the latest video.
Are you like me and merely diving to 1500 metres is a bit pedestrian? Well, I have some news for you. Say hello to Sinn's U2 EZM5. The ultimate badass watch that will gladly beat up all your other watches.
What is it like to wear, own and use this watch in a normal every day life? Is it worth owning even if the extent of your water activities is snorkeling at 50cm?
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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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A Swiss brand with roots back to the 1950s and the Vietnam war tickle your fancy? It may be named after an aircraft with a dubious safety record but this here is a safe buy for anyone with good taste.
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Should you take a Seiko watch seriously that has such a silly nickname? Well, I believe you should. I'd also say it's fairly imperative to consider obtaining one before they are discontinued too!
Read my full review here.
Is this the perfect first Rolex? I'd argue that if you are looking at buying a Rolex, this is one of the most beautiful and understated models you can actually obtain...that is, not waiting forever, trawling the second hand market etc.
If you're looking at purchasing one or even a little 'Roller-curious'?
Read my article here
I review watches that I own, there are no paid reviews here. I want to give you an honest view of what it's like to live with these watches.More about me.