Watches with British & Commonwealth roots
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We love British Brands at WRUK – hence the “UK” in our name – so we were very excited to hear about the Rotary Super 7 Scuba.
Rotary Super 7 Scuba Review
Rotary is undergoing something of a renaissance. Their new owners have wrenched them from their mid-90s “catalogue watch” market position and rediscovered what made the brand great. Their last watch, the Heritage, looked great and had the specifications watch enthusiasts expect and with this new dive watch, they’ve hit the ball out of the park. It was designed in association with e-tailer WatchNation.com, and you can tell that they’ve listened to the market, picked the key features that make a great diver’s watch, and put them together into something greater than the sum of its parts.
https://wristwatchreview.co.uk/rotary-s ... uba-review
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I find tv watches to be like the guys who raise their truck you need a fricken ladder to get in. It’s a attempt to look cool... that’s all.
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Looks like the bastard child of a Seiko and a Deep Blue. Meh.
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"British Design" = "Made In China."
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