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Helson Blackbeard Watch Review

When I saw the announcement for this watch I knew I had to review it. A cool indie diver from Helson with an embossed Jolly Roger on the dial? Awesome. Done in the style of the vintage Blancpain Fifty Fathoms (the bezel especially), the Blackbeard is thoroughly modern in execution: ETA

Helson Shark Diver 40 Watch Review

This is the Helson Shark Diver 40mm, and my favorite Helson yet. The Shark Diver line started out at 45mm, added a 42mm model and now has 40mm as well. As someone who prefers 38-40 for wearability, this is great news. With three sizes and many dial colors, the hard part

Helson Shark Diver 42 Watch Review

This is the Helson Shark Diver 42mm. A more purposeful and less whimsical design than the Blackbeard and chronograph reviewed here, the Shark Diver is a solid dive watch. Basic specifications: Available in black, blue or white dial, in white, orange or blue hands and markers. Two movements: ETA 2824 at $699, or

Helson Blackbeard Chronograph Watch Review

If you like your watches whimsical and yet robust, the Helson Blackbeard chronograph might just make your day. As a followup to our white-dial Blackbeard review, Helson graciously agreed to loan us their sibling chronograph model for review. Based around the ETA/Valjoux 7750, perhaps the most popular automatic chronograph movement ever

Helson Gauge Bronze Watch Review

Helson is one of those brands that I've often viewed from afar - I've been well aware of them and the love their products have gotten from various watch forums. I say from afar, as I've not had the chance to review any of their seemingly excellent lineup. Today, though,

Exclusive: Helson Titanium Gauge Watch Review

This is a new model from Helson, the Titanium Gauge, and we have an exclusive first review . This one takes the cool look of their 3500m gauge, scales it down to a mere 1000m, and goes to a full titanium case for a more wearable design. Let's take a look. Titanium