Eagle Ray, 10 Years Anniversary Edition by Prometheus

Eagle Ray, 10 Years Anniversary Edition by Prometheus

Not many microbrands (in my book) can claim that they have been in the market for 10 years and also boldly create a new collection based on this achievement too. Today, I will be reviewing the 10 Years Anniversary Edition Eagle Ray by Prometheus, where I was lucky...
Review – Oceaneva Deep Marine Explorer Pro Diver

Review – Oceaneva Deep Marine Explorer Pro Diver

Oceaneva is a new microbrand from the Aquacy brand.  At this time their mission with Oceaneva is offering the best value homage there is.  Personally, I believe they have done it and as a result they have affirmed my belief that microbands are just about the only type...
Review – Méraud Bonaire

Review – Méraud Bonaire

Méraud is a new microbrand from Ghent, Belgium founded by Stijn Busschaert, a real watch enthusiast.  His three main goals as a watch brand are affordability, an exceptional product combined with vintage inspiration.  Many new watch brands come and go without really...
Achtung Shuttle, redefining the tool watch

Achtung Shuttle, redefining the tool watch

This is going to be an interesting article as the watch I am about to review may not be everybody’s cup of tea. Thanks to Alex from TVG Singapore for introducing the brand (Achtung) to me last year and we have always been in touch on what’s coming soon...
Review – Aquatico Bronze Blue Angels Green Dial

Review – Aquatico Bronze Blue Angels Green Dial

Last September I reviewed the stainless steel Aquatico Blue Angels Pilot Watch. The Hong Kong based brand has expanded its offerings and has now added a line of watches named the Bronze Blue Angels. These watches are cased in marine grade bronze, CuSn8, in a...
Review – Pablo Profundo VB-1

Review – Pablo Profundo VB-1

Pablo watches is a new watch brand and their first watch is the Profundo VB-1, a 60’s Submariner style dive watch.  Pablo, the Spanish male name for Paul, might be the founders first name.  I am not sure what Profundo means.  The company wants to “shake up” the watch...