I was searching for a bargain-priced skeleton watch. The Sandwood Jushidai appeared to be the best option.
I was searching for a decent mechanical watch featuring a date function. Sewor’s automatic appeared to be the best option.
I wanted to purchase an inexpensive automatic watch in the style of the Franck Muller Casablanca. The Forsining U0W7 appeared to be a good match.
This article features mini-reviews of a Geneva, a fake Swiss Army 577-1 (Gemius), a JWH 88-9 and a Weijieshi A5271-1.
I wanted to purchase an inexpensive but decent timepiece, styled somewhat like a Panerai. Parnis’s Marina Militare appeared to be a good choice.
I inadvertently purchased a knockoff of an expensive Swiss watch and decided to write a review detailing the differences between this shoddy copy and the original.
I was searching for an attractive but inexpensive chronograph. The William L. 1985 WLAC02NRCN appeared to be a good choice.
I wanted a watch that was big and bold—without paying an arm and a leg for it. On Amazon, I found the Kronen & Sohne Automatic Mechanical KS004. It was love at first sight.
I was searching for an inexpensive automatic watch with a date display. Sewor’s rectangular shaped timepiece appeared to be an excellent choice.
I was searching for a quality automatic watch with a decent strap. J. Brackett’s Navigli, which is equipped with a Seiko Nh35a movement, appeared to be a good option.
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I was searching for a sexy timepiece that would stand out when wearing a suit. Komono’s Winston, which includes a tiny silver subdial, appeared to be a good choice.