Core Seven Sins Review

What does it mean if you wear the Core Seven Sins – a watch whose “date window” rotates through the seven deadly sins (pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth)? The obvious answer: you’re a Christian who wants a constant reminder of the behaviors that can doom you to the fiery pits of hell. Core owner Kerim Kfuri doesn’t see it that way. Well, not necessarily . . .

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Lüm-Tec 300M-3 Review

My name is Racer88 and I’m a lumatic. I can’t resist glow-in-the-dark watches. When I stumbled across Lüm-Tec, my lumacy loomed large. I could talk about the Lüm-Tec 300M-3‘s case, straps and the company’s customer service. And I will. But let’s get straight to the central question: how bright is this thing? . . .

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Willful SW025 Smart Watch Review

Robert is on the Apple watch loyalist. Racer88 would rather be castrated than wear a smart watch. I’m not cool enough to know anybody that has one. “Perfect!” RF said. “Amazon’s got a smart watch for $36! All yours!” So began my journey into the strange new world of the Willful SW025 smart watch . . .

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Hamilton PSR Review

OMEGA made the original moon and James Bond watches. Not my jam. Contrarian that I am, I was captivated by Bulova’s “other” Moon Watch, the Lunar Pilot. It stands to reason that I find the “other” Bond Watch appealing. Enter the Hamilton PSR, a remake of the Pulsar P2 digital wonder-watch of 1972 . . .

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Chronoswiss Opus Chronograph Flag Review

I’m no fan of skeletonized watches. I’d have a different view if watchmakers removed the time telling bits. Who wouldn’t love to watch a steampunk-like combination of miniature metal pieces performing a mechanical ballet, unencumbered by distracting details like hands, indices and dials? As it stands, skeleton watches violate my legibility fetish. The Chronoswiss Opus Chronograph Flag is the exception that proves the rule . . .

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