Astor+Banks Sea Ranger review

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Astor+Banks Sea Ranger review

Post by koimaster » August 27th 2019, 9:14am

Astor+Banks needs little introduction. The Chicago company—named for the city intersection where it all began—has been in the game since 2012, having released three distinct models since then (the Pilomatic, the AB1405/AB Classico, and the Chrono) All three were well designed and well-received, but are sadly no longer available. Gladly, it's about to put out a new offering: a go anywhere, do anything timekeeper inspired by 1970s dive watches, dubbed the Sea Ranger. ... ime+Bum%29


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Re: Astor+Banks Sea Ranger review

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » August 27th 2019, 10:30am

I don't hate the watch, but since it's a bum's revoo, I didn't read it.
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