Category Archives: tritium vials

introducing: Bertucci’s field watches, designed in the USA

I usually don’t write about quartz watches, but a US-based company called Bertucci caught my attention with their very nice field timepieces. Incorporated in 2003, Bertucci watches gradually specialized in titanium timepieces. They now offer 5 distinct surface finishing on the high-performance material: matte titanium, high polish titanium, black titanium, brushed titanium and “earth” titanium. […]

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introducing: Dievas watches

Dievas watches offers historic and original designs, the latest being the Vortex, a 44 mm diving watch with Helium release valve rated to 50 BAR. Ariel Adams published a detailed article about this novelty on aBlogtoread.com.

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introducing: Kentex

Based on his extensive experience as ODM and OEM, Japanese entrepreneur Kenji Hashimoto started to work in 1997 on a label under which he could produce fine watch with an emphasis on quality and good looks. Kentex was founded in 1989 to release limited niche watch series. After 10 years, the brand earned respectability amongst watch collectors […]

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introducing: Raven Watch Company

Raven Watch Company offers tactical watches using self-luminous Tritium vials for the dial indexes and the hands. Here is the company’s presentation: Raven produces the highest quality custom tactical watches. Our timepieces are made from a variety of parts including the high end Swiss made 25 jewel ETA 2824 mechanical automatic movement. This movement is […]

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introducing: Marathon Watch Company

Here is the Canadian company’s presentation: The company that was to become Marathon Watch was founded in 1904 as Weinsturm Watch, later to be named Wein Brothers. In 1939 Morris Wein founded Marathon Watch in Montreal, supplying fine precision timepieces to retailers throughout North America. In 1941 Marathon began manufacturing timing instruments for the Allied […]

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