The Singapore-based microbrand Ratio have just recently dropped their newest dive watch, the Freediver X, without much fanfare, as they tend to do. And while Ratio as a brand are not heavy on marketing and hence – not as well-known in the community – precisely because of this, they’ve been able to spend more money on building quality products and offer them at a very competitive price. In fact, from the moment I learned about the brand a few years back, they’ve managed to release new watches at a steady pace, with increasingly more interesting and original designs.
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IWC Schaffhausen Portugieser Chronograph Ref. IW3714-04 Reverse Panda
If you are eagle-eyed and you’re a movie fan, you’ve probably seen this watch somewhere! The watch was featured in the French movie called Anthony Zimmer and you could also see the watch on the wrist of Jamie Foxx in the 2006 film Miami Vice. Continue reading “IWC Schaffhausen Portugieser Reverse Panda – Review”
The A-11 Marston Mat eddition from Praesidus
If you are following my blog, you already know that I reviewed something from Praesidus, the A-11 Origin WWII watch. Continue reading “The A-11 Marston Mat Edition from Praesidus – Wear a piece from D-Day”
Charlie Paris – Initial Open Heart
Two childhood friends, Ambroise and Adrien founded the Charlie Paris brand and launched their first watch collection in 2014. They wanted to create an alternative to luxury watches at an affordable price. They try to combine traditionality and modernity.
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Locke & King
A new Canadian watch brand from Hamilton, ON – the industrial capital of Canada – which was founded in 2020.
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