Category: Wrist Time Reviews

Armand Nicolet O.H.M L15 Watch Review

The premise behind Swiss Armand Nicolet's "O.H.M" family of products is simple and should appeal to a variety of watch collectors. "O.H.M" stands for "original historical movement," and the collection features new watches like the Armand Nicolet O.H.M L15 with nicely restored vintage movements ...

DuFrane Bergstrom Pilot Watch Review

Review by Rick Jacobo I recently spent some time with the DuFrane Bergstrom pilot watch, and if you haven’t heard of DuFrane before it’s because they are a new entry to the American-made micro brand space. Aiming for classic pilot watch looks and retaining a proud American identity, I think DuFrane ...

Citizen Eco-Drive One Watch Review

When I first put this Citizen Eco-Drive One watch on my wrist after sizing the bracelet – I had a moment of déjà vu. Suddenly I was much younger, in the college, pre-watch nerd phase of my life, and listening to a then girlfriend’s grandfather proudly showing me his watch. It was easily one of the ...

HYT H0 Watch Review

For 2017, Swiss HYT released the H0 collection of watches. The HYT H0 watch (which in standard written practice uses a subscript "0" so as not to have the name of the collection look like "ho") is a visual reinterpretation of the brand's original watch, the HYT H1 (which originally debuted in ...

Bremont U2/T Limited Edition Watch Review

The Bremont U2/T is a limited edition watch produced by Bremont especially for the American retailer Timeless Luxury Watches based in Texas. Limited edition watches made exclusively for retailers is becoming more and more popular these days, even if it is a practice that has heritage going back ...

Gavox Avidiver Watch Review

Gavox is a Belgian micro-brand started in 2011 by Michael Happé, grandson of one of the legendary Flying Tigers. With DNA like that, Gavox produces, as you might imagine, aviation-oriented watches at reasonable prices. We’ve covered a few of their pieces before - the Aurora and the Squadron - and ...