Casio Pro Trek

The Casio Pro Trek (previously Pathfinder) watch family is still going strong as the Japanese brand's well-known "hiking" watch. Today, I'll be looking at the Casio Pro Trek PRT-B50, specifically the PRTB50YT-1 in black with a black titanium bracelet. Even within Casio, Pro Trek's domain has diminished due to G-Shock models that, in many respects, overlap with Pro Trek models in both functionality and aestheti

Casio G-Shock MTGB2000D-1A MT-G

The MT-G collection, which lies just below the top-level G-Shock MR-G items, is Casio G-last Shock's luxury collection. At roughly $1,000 USD (a few thousand less than most MR-G models), MT-G watches are obviously premium-priced, but they incorporate a lot of Casio's latest technology as well as a high-end feel and materials that should please even wristwatch purists. Today, we'll be reviewing the Casio G-Shock MT-G of th

Vostok Europe Anchar

The Vostok Europe Anchar's design, without a doubt, permits it to be more than the sum of its components. When you read the list of technical specifications, it sounds like a thousand other sub-$1000 dive watches. However, upon closer inspection, it appears to be something far more special. Vostok Europe is a strange firm, which I believe is a Lithuanian branch of the more historic Russian watchmaker Vostok. Vostok Europe u

Omega Seamaster Aquaterra

It's safe to assume that Omega was the Swatch Group's star last year in 2013. 2014 and beyond are also looking promising, but we can confidently conclude that Omega has done an excellent job of remembering and celebrating its history while also looking forward. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra > 15,000 Gauss is a timepiece that combines both of these viewpoints. When we look at it, we see a sturdy vintage Omega clo

Rolex Submariner 114060

The Rolex Submariner 114060 is an extremely difficult timepiece to beat. For many people, owning a Rolex watch is a dream. In several respects, the Swiss company's strength is that it has generated a market for its brand rather than the goods it produces. The message is that Rolex is a brand whose reputation speaks louder than its goods in many respects. One of Rolex's paradoxes is that the most common pieces am

Tudor Heritage Black

With three new improvements and three brand-new additions to the line (five of which house Tudor's in-house movement), there's now almost enough for every kind of collector. A surprising 36mm dress diver, a stealthy PVD-coated version, and an all-new bronze case and style have dominated most of the Baselworld buzz. The initial three Tudor Heritage Black Bays – Red, Blue, and Black – all get the