Sport Watches For Men

A Complete Guidebook On Romain Jerome DeLorean DNA Watch

The DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) slogan was “Live the Dream.” That dream lasted from only 1981 to 1983, but left a huge impact on pop culture. Now a limited edition watch by Romain Jerome attempts to bring back some of the magic. In 1983, the famous government cocaine sting operation ended John DeLorean’s career and left the potential of the brand unrealized. Nevertheless, in 1985 Steven Spielberg’s Back to the Future film immortalized the now iconic car that is an enduring symbol of optimistic 1980’s futurism.

Let Us Review The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Ocean Commitment III Watch

Swiss Blancpain presented the third series of Blancpain Ocean Commitment (BOC) limited edition diving watches.

Since the launch of the Fifty Fathoms – the first modern diving watch – in 1953, Blancpain has maintained a strong commitment to exploring and preserving the world's oceans.

Four years ago, in addition to Blancpain's annual support to expeditions and major oceanographic projects, the brand introduced a first series of limited edition BOC timepieces, followed by a second series in 2016.

Take A Look At The Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar 45mm Men's Watch

It’s been more than 15 years since the Swiss watchmaker introduced its first T-Touch model. Backed by all technical might of the dreaded Swatch Group, the watch was built around ETA’s then new E40.301 quartz caliber. Its exterior was designed so well that even now the timepiece doesn’t look dated.

A Complete Guidebook On Tissot T-Touch Classic Watch

The new Tissot T-Touch Watch model for 2012 is the T-Touch Classic. Tissot takes the high-tech appeal of the T-Touch and dresses it in a more... well, dressy skin. Last year Tissot released the Racing-Touch (discussed here), which was a more entry level version of the popular T-Touch watch.  At a similar price, the T-Touch Classic uses the same movement but offers a much more timeless look.

Detailed Review With The Haldor Armis 2000m Watch

Nascent micro brand Haldor, based in Slovenia but whose watches are designed in Germany and then made in Switzerland, are into diving watches with substantial water resistance for their price. Last year, Haldor released a hulking 45.5mm wide diving-oriented tool watch, the Abissi, which we reviewed in depth here. More recently, Haldor announced their sophomore model, the Haldor Armis 2000m, a somewhat smaller Swiss automatic diver’s watch built with durability, dependability, and tactical operator style in mind.

Pages