Category Archives: Miyota 82XX

Introducing: North Eagle Military Watches

Based in Bologna, Italy, North Eagle Military Watches sells Italian armed forces-themed watches. They offer the possibility of using custom dials and their automatic range starts with a Miyota automatic at EUR 220 up to a Dubois-Dépraz modular chronograph for EUR 850. Watches can be ordered directly from their Website at www.northeagles.com.

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Introducing: Ril Concept Watches

Ril Concept is the brainchild of Roger Gilbert and Nathan Halfon, two finance professional buddies who shared a passion for watch collecting. Gilbert works between Chicago and London, Halfon works between Genva and London and together the jet-setters decided to create a company that would deliver lifestyle solution for timepieces, clothes, homeware, food and events. […]

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introducing: KoonySun watches

I’ve had them on my To Do list for quite some time, but their Web site looks and navigation could sure benefit from a little nip and tuck and some Web 2.0 Mojo. Based in Asia (I am going to assume Japan), Koony Sun has been developing and selling watches and accessories inspired by aviation. Their early collections, the […]

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confirmed: TrinTec to feature automatic Miyota on some models

Brendon Nunes, President of TrinTec Industries, kindly answered to my mail to confirm that they will be introducing new models later this year. “…the ZULU-03 series will be driven by Miyota 8215 movements” wrote Mr. Nunes. “I now have physical samples of the ZULU-05 series in hand and the watches look fantastic.” At the moment, […]

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introducing: Artego watch company

Spotted on OceanicTime, the Web’s reference blog for  forum diving watches, here comes a new diving watch company called Artego. Inspired by the 1970 timepieces, their flagship collection Artego Diver comes with a rugged and reliable automatic Miyota 8215. The case is 45 mm in width for 15.5 mm in thickness and features a sapphire crystal with anti-reflection […]

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