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Magrette Moana Pacific Waterman Watch Review


I've been reviewing Magrette watches for almost as long as I've been writing about watches and running aBlogtoWatch. Over the years, I've seen the boutique New Zealand-based watchmaker experiment and evolve, but never lose their touch. That touch is to produce well-priced dive-style watches with retro-appeal and modern sensibility. The

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Chronograph Ceramic Watch In Blue Hands-On Review


With so much of their brand recognition built upon the history of the Reverso, some of Jaeger-LeCoultre's other pieces can often be overlooked. This is especially true with their sports watches, and that's a shame, as pieces like this Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Chronograph Ceramic watch are some of the most

These Left-handed Dive Watches Are for You


Tudor recently unveiled its latest watch — a left-handed variant of its titanium Pelagos dive watch with a 500-meter depth rating. The big departure here, of course, is the crown, flipped 180 degrees to the left side of the watch, which will make it easier for left-handed wearers (and folks

Reviewing The Timex T2N958 Depth Gauge


The Timex T2N958 ‘Intelligent Quartz Adventure Series Depth Gauge’ offers some of the best value and features of any diver in it’s price range. In this review of the Timex T2N958 Depth Gauge I’ll show you exactly why and whether or not it’s for you.Generally available for around $100, the