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Dark Seas Review

Dark Seas Review

Super nice article posted by Mike DiAntonio at New England Watches.

The university professor, writer and watch enthusiast from Boston, MA tested out our 44mm Black Steel / Carbon / Seaglass watch and this is what he had to say:

"For the second installation of our review series, I’ve been hands-on with another wild wonder from the good people over at The Sacred Crafts, and I am not exaggerating in the slightest when I say that this watch is unlike anything I’ve had on the wrist before. While my initial review of a TSC limited edition was for a thoroughly bronzed-out hunk, the latest piece here, the “Dark Seas,” is essentially akin to the Twilight Princess in the Legend of Zelda series; dark, brooding, and emotionally charged, but without changing or compromising the core narrative or intended direction of the franchise. While the other La Grande Mer divers make use of bronze or steel to add a flicker and a shine, there is absolutely none of that going on here…and I love it. While the words “stealth” and “tactical” are, in my opinion, a bit overdone these days, especially as most brands go over the top to make the consumer “feel” something, it took less than a day on the wrist with this piece to conclude that the look is absolutely true to those two words. At 44mm, as is the case with the other TSC divers, I put it on thinking that this would feel pretty large and potentially like a small dumbbell on the wrist; I couldn’t have been more wrong."

Read the full article here.