Category: Wrist Time Reviews

Seiko Recraft Automatic Watch Watch Review

When Seiko introduced its retro-themed Recraft series last fall, the enthusiastic response to it, I believe, came as a bit of a surprise. Then again, outside of the Grand Seiko line, contemporary Seikos hadn’t so much embraced the vintage aesthetic of the ‘60s and ‘70s that turned many of us into ...

Seiko Prospex Scuba SBDC003 Dive Watch Review

The Seiko Prospex Scuba SBDC003, as much as I enjoy wearing it on a daily basis, sheds light on some interesting issues that I would like to discuss before moving onto the details of this capable dive watch of exceptional value. You see, Japanese companies have a unique way of doing business that ...

Breitling Transocean 38 Watch Review

When it comes to aviation-related luxury watches, Breitling is a name that is likely familiar to most people. As for myself, while I have been aware of the brand, I never really saw any watches in the lineup that appealed to me. To begin with, I am not a pilot, so most of the functionality that ...

Tudor Style Watch Review

One of the biggest stories to come out of Baselworld 2015 was the unveiling of Tudor’s North Flag – the company’s first-ever model to boast an in-house manufactured movement. Of course, unless you’re Seiko, in-house movement means in-house prices: at 3,500 euros, the North Flag is edging ever ...

Benarus Moray 40mm Watch Review

While I know most of us love all the new watches announced at SIHH and Baselworld, very few of these announcements manage to be affordable to the average watch nerd. Big announcements are fueled by even bigger retail prices and, at a certain point, we at ABTW know that many of you want to see ...