It is a while since we reviewed a diver’s watch, so it is nice to be able to start 2021 with one of the best for some time: the Reverie Diver.
Seiko has released a reimagining of its first dive watch, on its 55th Anniversary. How does the Seiko SPB149J1 compare to the Swiss brands at its price point?
The NTH Thresher 2k1 comes from a brand with a big reputation in the microbrand business. It’s everything we expected… and more!
Tudor, a sister brand to Rolex, has had a resurgence in fortunes of late. Perhaps its most iconic design is the Tudor Black Bay.
The Breitling SuperOcean line was refreshed last year. The revised lineup was sufficiently improved to persuade our editor to buy one.
When it comes to bang per buck, Spinnaker has been one of our picks for some time. This week we take a look at the new Spinnaker Wreck model.
It seems like an age since we previewed the Albany Ama diver watch, but it is now live on Kickstarter and over its funding goal.
Fancy something a little bit different? The Neminus Xtreme Diver is a 300-metre diver’s watch with an eye-catching selection of dials.
We love British Brands at WRUK – hence the “UK” in our name – so we were very excited to hear about the Rotary Super 7 Scuba.
New Zealand-based Draken is launching their latest watch. Designed to reflect rugged African terrain, the Draken Benguela is also at home under the sea.