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Top 10 Men Watches To Own 2017

1. Rolex Submariner Rolex is not a brand known for producing a lot of models and changing them often. Like Apple, Rolex strategically offers a narrow, premium product line. Suitable for most any man (and many women) regardless of look, style,…

Top 10 Mid-Tier Affordable Watches for Men

Most people believe that to own a classy elegant looking watch means to spend a fortune on it. This is not necessary when it comes to WatchAffairs. We are proud to introduce our top 10 affordable watches for men when…

Watch High-Tier Brands

Brand Preview Review Jaeger-LeCoultre   The brand has hundreds of inventions to its name, including the world’s smallest calibre, the world’s most complicated wristwatch and a timepiece of near-perpetual movement. Its superb performance and great watchmaking tradition has come together…

Watch Mid-Tier Brands

Brands Preview Review Seiko    Aside from watches Seiko have a broad diversity of products, which is why in 2001, Seiko’s watch division became and independent company, Seiko Watch Corporation which focus is on improving and producing watches, Seiko has become one…

Top 10 Watches To Own 2016

1. Rolex Submariner Rolex is not a brand known for creating a considerable measure of models and transforming them regularly. Like Apple, Rolex deliberately offers a restricted, premium product offering. Appropriate for most any man (and numerous ladies) paying little…

Orient Flight Watch Review ($155)

If you are looking for a mid-tier watch then you are in it for an awesome review of this sleek and elegant Orient Flight Watch. In addition to the blue dial of Orient Flight watch, Orient currently offers the same watch…

CCCP Heritage Watch Review ($145)

This CCCP Heritage watch is among the latter and contains a restored Slava calibre 2427 automatic movement that the modern brand was able to acquire as part of what is an interesting story. CP-7019-05 watch, and it comes from a…

Garmin Fenix 2 Watch Review ($279)

When not used for its intended multi-sports purposes, the Garmin Fenix 2 makes for an excellent day-to-day watch, or at least in my case, a great watch when I go on training camps with my triathlete team. What I mean…

Nixon Diplomat Watch Review ($275)

In some ways, it’s almost a hand destined for a dressier piece – which makes me wonder if the main handset was different in the initial designs for this watch. When he’s not compiling crazy huge data sets to drive…

Project Watches Nadir Review ($130)

When it comes to watches that aren’t strictly sold on the merits of the movement and function, you’re often left with what can be dismissively called a fashion watch. Using that theme, the watch has time as its nadir, represented…