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Dievas Vortex Tactical

Dievas Watch Company is a German brand that focuses in producing high quality timepieces with classic clean lines, reminiscent of specific historical vintage watches. The Vortex Tactical dive watch was made with the input of military personnel and field operatives, the matt black PVD 44mm case is made from aerospace grade Titanium G5 and the 4mm thick domed Sapphire crystal is treated with military grade anti-reflective coating for improved readability. It also boats a 60-click timing bezel, an automatic Helium Release Valve (for saturation diving) and is water-resistance to 500 meters/50atm. The watch includes two matching tactical straps.



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BRAUN WATCH COLLECTION

Braun have been making classic alarm clocks for years, now their watch collection seems to be getting bigger by the day. They feature the same approach as the alarm clocks, they are designed to provide you with a quality and minimalist solution for your needs. Check out this postīs detail for more models. In the US you can get them here...
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DIEMME ROCCIA VET BOOT

Diemme is known for using the best fabrics available and only using the best craftsmanship. This is the Roccia Vet Boot, it comes in two colors of soft suede, lightweight, sewn on Vibram sole and the real deal hiking lacing. Double set of contrast laces included. Limited numbers on theese ones. Made in Italy....
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SOUTH LANE WATCHES

We love watches, and we love clean, simple minimal design...so this review should be a breeze. South Lane Watches is a new Scandinavian brand, recently they sent us a sample of their flagship product "The Signature" to wear and review, a simple and sophisticated watch. Read our thoughts and check out some pictures after the jump... Photography: Bless this Stuff...
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