Category: Wrist Time Reviews

Garmin Fenix Chronos Smartwatch Review

This isn't the first Garmin watch reviewed on aBlogtoWatch, but it is the first time I've personally reviewed one. On my wrist for this wrist time review is the Garmin Fenix Chronos, in particular the titanium model with the matching bracelet. The "Chronos" variant is ...

Emile Chouriet Challenger Deep Watch Review

When asked if I was interested in reviewing the Emile Chouriet Challenger Deep, I had the fairly rare experience of having never heard so much as a whisper of the brand or watch. And so, off to Google I went. Starting with a little background, Emile Chouriet is a Swiss manufacturer founded in 1998 ...

Orient Defender Watch Review

The Orient Defender is one of the Japanese watchmaker's answers to the humble field watch. A field watch is a generalized term for a military infantry watch or one worn by someone who is traversing the outdoors. Field watches are meant to be durable, reliable, affordable, easy to read, and not ...

Urwerk UR-210 RG Watch Review

First debuted in 2012, this will be the eighth article now published on aBlogtoWatch regarding Urwerk's UR-210 watch model, and the first full review. On my wrist is the Urwerk UR-210 RG, with "RG" standing for 18k red gold – the primary case material. The most recent version of the UR-210 that we ...

Delma Klondike Moonphase Watch Review

Watch brands like Delma are best for watch consumers looking less for a big company name, and more for a product focused on a particular form or style. The Switzerland-based company is more about offering a Swiss watch experience at a good price, and less about experimenting with new designs and ...

Nomos Timeless Club II Watch Review

Nomos is known for making some really nice Bauhaus-inspired timepieces that are not only finished to a high standard but offer a great value proposition in the entry-level luxury watch market. Being an admirer of well-executed simplistic designs, I have always watched out for any new offerings ...