If you’re looking for a leather watch, the 19001 is right up your alley. It has a high-quality leather strap
, which feels luxurious on your arm. Not only does it feel expensive, but it’s also incredibly soft.
The timepiece is pretty warm-toned. It comes with a rich timber coloured strap and a rose gold case. Before you get too excited, real gold isn’t used. The case is steel with the metal just plated on.
You don’t have to look too close to notice the texture on its dial. It’s brass and is eye-catching, to say the least. Its rose gold Roman numerals seriously contrast against the gun-metal background. If you have weak eyesight, this makes reading the watch a piece of cake.
Don’t get too rough with it. This Burei’s men’s watch
has a mineral
crystal on its display. If you know anything about watches, it’s that mineral windows aren’t the most durable.
Speaking of its display, it’s not luminous. There’s no lume on its hands or markers.
The timepiece is water-resistant. It can handle a 100-foot (30 meter) dip underwater.
Remember how we said its strap is made from leather? You might not want to get into the pool with it. It’ll soak in the blink of an eye. When wet, leather is extremely hard to dry.
The Burei isn’t too big. Its case only stretches 1.61 inches (41 mm)
It’s a watch with a calendar. Most watches with calendars only read the day’s date. Fortunately for us, the timepiece reads the day as well – do you feel spoilt?
Although it looks regal like a mechanical watch, we’re sorry to say that it isn’t. You’re getting a hold of a Japanese quartz device.
What makes it special: Its rose gold accents.
Like the watch in our number 1 spot, the timepiece looks expensive. It rocks a pitch-black dial with a gold and silver body. Not to burst your bubble again, but its gold and silver are not real.
Walking down the street, you’ll notice its dial glisten. The jet-black display has a pearl finish to it.
When held just right, it’s mesmerizing.
There are rose-gold accents on the markers that replace numerals. We love that its markers are full of lume. The watch gets pretty bright in the dark.
Its display is good looking, so you’d want to keep it as safe as possible. It’s good to know that the watch’s display is made from sapphire
. Sapphire’s the toughest glass
out there, so good luck trying to dent it.
We’re met with another water-resistant timepiece. This time, it can handle 165 feet (50 meters) underwater
. However, we have some bad news for you. You can’t swim with it on. Burei strongly advises against this. The most you can do is splash it in the pool.
Did you notice how large its calendar is? Although it’s only the date, it’s massive, so reading it is a breeze.
Once again, we’re met with a watch that looks like a mechanical timepiece. Like its brother, you’re getting a hold of a quartz device
. In general, quartz watches are accurate due to them being battery powered. The quartz Burei uses are known to be especially accurate.
How did you feel about its sibling having a 1.61-inch (41 mm)
face? If you weren’t a fan of it, you probably won’t like to hear that the 80002M is a 1.61-inch timepiece as well.
What makes it special: It has the best water resistance on our list.
Are you looking to turn heads? If you are, this baby blue wonder needs to be by your side. Just look at it, have you ever seen a blue so good-looking? The fact that the blue glistens makes it more mesmerizing. It rocks a heavy sun-ray effect
There aren’t any numerals on its dial. There aren’t any markers either. How do you feel about crystals adorning the hours passed? No, they’re not precious. They’re only rhinestones.
As its display is so good looking, we’re happy to say that it’s protected by a sapphire window
. It isn’t just any sapphire. Burei’s known to use especially scratch-resistant ones.
The 2 watches we ran through were Japanese quartz. We’re glad to finally say, we have an automatic watch on our list. The CAUS-5003 is a Japanese automatic
. It rocks the MIYOTA 8215 inside of it. It has a 42-hour power reserve,
which is enough time to not worry about winding its gears.
Unfortunately, we’re not told if its movement can handle hacking or self-winding. Jewel wise, there are 21 pieces in its gears. The more jewels present, the smoother your watch will run.
Like the 2 entries we’ve run through, we’re reviewing another water-resistant piece. The 5003’s steel body helps it handle water well. Stainless steel not only is waterproof, but it never corrodes.
You’re probably wondering how much water the watch can handle. A 100-foot (30 meter) dunk
Unfortunately, it’s another watch that’s not luminous. There is no lume
on its hands or markers.
It’s not a large watch. It’s small, coming in at 1.52 inches (39 mm)
. If you have larger wrists, it may look awkward on you.
Of course, it comes with a large calendar feature. Like its sibling reviewed above, it only reads the date, but it’s magnified.
What makes it special: Its sun-ray dial.