Review: Corvus Bradley

The world of watchmakers taking inspiration from the Fifty Fathoms and, or, the Tornek-Rayville has been very active these past weeks, as demonstrated by the different threats on the subject. Giving into the buzz, the author eventually chose this bird.

Corvus is a US brand, founded by two watch enthusiast brothers, Cam and Tom, particularly keen of the watches supplied to the US army. Incidentally, Cam has written several long threads on the subject on English-speaking forums.

The Bradley is the brother’s first watch, and they “wanted to stick to the military MIL-SHIPS-W22176A specifications”, as the original Tornek-Rayville did, with the “performances and ruggedness allowed by the latest innovations”.

That’s for the story. Copy, homage, not even homage? This is not the purpose of this review, and the author will let the reader be the judge of that!

credit: Corvus Watch

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