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Seiko SNDC31 Brown Leather Analog Watch Review

Thursday, June 26th, 2014:

The classic appeal of leather meets the modern luster of stainless steel in this analog watch from Seiko. With a polished stainless steel casing and authentic leather straps, the Seiko SNDC31 classic brown leather analog watch is a timeless classic among timepieces and centers on a Japanese quartz movement for precision-perfect timekeeping. It features luminous hands, dual-time function, and a handy date window so you’re always updated with the right time and date. The beige dial and black numbers makes crystal-clear viewing possible, while a scratchproof hardlex crystal window keeps the dial and its components safe and right where they […] Read More →

Seiko SSC095 Black IP Solar Chronograph Watch Review

Saturday, June 21st, 2014:

Finished with Black Ion Plating, the Seiko SSC095 solar chronograph watch is oozing with style. The accurate, solar-powered quartz movement of the watch eliminates the need for battery replacements and instead gets it juice from both natural and artificial light around you. A hardlex window cover provides a protective, clear view on the dial while a 3-subdial chronograph gives the watch that extra functionality. With a case, bracelet, and stationary bezel made from stainless steel, the SSC095 is a timekeeping toughie that will stay accurate and fashionable for the years to come. Key features of the Seiko SSC095 Solar-powered quartz […] Read More →

Seiko SKX009 Automatic Diver’s Watch Review

Friday, June 20th, 2014:

Last updated: 13.08.2016 Aside from its popular “Pepsi Bezel”, the Seiko SKX009 Automatic Diver’s Watch has a number of features that made it an instant classic. It runs on the 7S26 workhorse movement that beats at 21,600 beats per hour, complete with day and date features. This technology has played a big role in Seiko’s line of entry-level mechanical movements and best known for its durability and timekeeping reliability. The dial is dark blue with luminous hour and minute hands, topped off with a sweeping second hand for precision. The watch band is a rubber strap that goes well with […] Read More →

Casio GWA1000-1A G-Shock Analog Watch Review

Thursday, June 19th, 2014:

Casio has been known for building extremely durable watches that can take some serious beating. It all began in 1983, when Casio unveiled the first G-Shock to the world. But it was only in 2009 when the company decided to take it a step higher and build watches that resemble aviator watches, such as the Casino GWA1000-1A. After all, the “G” in G-Shock stands for Gravity. This gave birth to the Gravity Defier series, and the GWA1000-1A, a.k.a. the Sky Cockpit is one of its most popular models in this range. This watch certainly has a lot of style to […] Read More →

Citizen BM8475-26E Eco-Drive Watch Review

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014:

While the old BM8475-00F was hard to read the time with its strong all-grey theme, and the BM8475-00X is somewhat effeminate with its olive-green and white tone, the military-styled orange/black Citizen BM8475-26E is considered as a real improvement. First introduced in Citizen’s 2012 Spring Collection, the BM8475-26E features Japanese quartz movement with an analog display for time precision. The orange and black dial features luminous hands and numerals along with a day and date window. All these are under a mineral crystal window that protects the watch against scratches and impacts. As part of the company’s Eco-drive campaign, this model […] Read More →

Citizen AT9010-52M Eco-Drive LE Watch Review

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014:

Citizen takes a bold step and gives the Eco-Drive series a fresh new look with the AT9010-52M World Time Sports Watch. Inspired by superstar quarterback Eli Manning, the Citizen AT9010-52M bears the classic look of the New York Giants with its blue dial and red accents. The watch offers atomic timekeeping and sync with time adjustments of up to 26 different time zones, including Los Angeles, Sydney, London, Riyadh, Tokyo, Bangkok, and more. As a special limited edition entry to the Eco-Drive range, the AT9010-52M is limited to 2,500 pieces only and comes in its own leather presentation box, making it […] Read More →

Citizen AT9015-08E Eco-Drive Black Watch Review

Friday, June 13th, 2014:

Citizen’s Eco-drive series first graced the watch industry in 1995 and was met with huge success. Since then, the technology advanced further and more and more models were added to its range, taking over the usual quartz watches. One of these models is the Citizen AT9015-08E World Time Limited Edition A-T Sports Watch, which bears Citizen’s precise timing accuracy and superb durability. It also bears great form and features to boot. Key features of the Citizen AT9015-08E Eco-drive innovation The AT9015-08E comes with Citizen’s very own Eco-drive technology, which was designed to make your life easier and help save the […] Read More →

Citizen AT8010-58E Stainless Steel Eco-Drive Watch Review

Thursday, June 12th, 2014:

The Citizen Eco-Drive range has grown in both popularity and size over the years since the technology was first introduced by Citizen back in 1995. The range includes watches of many different styles, for both men and women, and the one we are going to look at in this article is the Citizen AT8010-58E men’s world chronograph watch. With a sleek and bold design that really catches the eye, the AT8010-58E chronograph is a radio-controlled world timer that offers atomic timekeeping in 5 different time zones and synchronized time adjustments in 26 cities worldwide. The silver theme of the watch […] Read More →

Citizen Eco-Drive Watch

Friday, June 6th, 2014:

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