As an entry level watch, this is still a hell of a timepiece from Bathys Hawaii. You get the great looking case done in a specially hardened metal, the iconic dial, a Swiss movement with a big date complication, and the durability you've come to expect from all the hype.
I chose the Bathys Benthic Ti (titanium) as the first watch to write about for this brand. There is no particular reason that I haven't written about Bathys watches yet - I simply needed to get around to it. Now you might hear about this Hawaiian watch brand often. I
This is a working prototype of Bathys' upcoming Bomb Timer watch - and it is very cool. I want to make two things clear from the start. First, as I said, this is a prototype, and will undergo a few changes before production. This includes aspects of the case, dial,
John gets unusually excited about Bathys' Atomic Cesium 133 watch (and we reminisce about a night with the brand's founder in Vegas), and I get even more excited about the upcoming LEGO watches for adults (that we debuted and went pretty viral all over the net). Lastly, we once again
There is probably some unspoken rule which edicts that all pictures taken of electronics before they are commercially released be done so in a dimly lit environment with a phone camera. Following that custom, I found myself snapping a few shots of the Cesium 133 atomic watch by Bathys while
Bathys is, without a doubt, one of the more unique American watch brands currently in operation. We know this because out of nowhere they developed the world's first atomic clock wrist watch. Prior to last year, it was sort of an idiosyncratic brand, with those who knew of the brand singing
We kick off October by checking out the biggest winners and losers of the recently concluded Only Watch 2013 charity auction. We also review the new MB&F Legacy Machine 2, take a closer look at the new Big Bang watches and their UNICO movements, a unique Bathys atomic wristwatch and
OK, I have to admit I am jealous - I want one of these. One of you will get to win this fantastic Hawaii-based Bathys Benthic Ti watch this month. It might be cold outside, but you can dream about an island paradise. 48mm wide and in titanium, this large
It has been a good month for Hawaii based Bathys. You have just a couple more days to enter to win one of their Benthic Ti (titanium) watches. The watch is incredible, and comes in a genuine Pelican waterproof case. Enter here for your chance to win one before November
Below see a follow up review from the winner of the highly desired Bathys Benthic Ti watch that I gave-away here. Thank you Pat for the thoughts:
When my Bathys Benthic Ti arrived over a week ago, the first thing I did was pull out my recently acquired 1962 Omega Seamaster.