Islander watch one of many. The Islander watches are in my opinion great value for money with good specifications, plus good designs. At the moment they are four what I'm interested in. But at the present got to watch the ££. I'm interested the hear what other watch enthusiasts think about the brand. Thanks.
Like a lot of stuff from vintage to modern watches, history, military history,engineering, plus nice places.
I have a few Islanders and like them very much. They are usually a very good bargain and offer great customer service. I found Marc's YouTube videos very helpful when I was first getting into watches, which is how I first learned about Islander. I hope they continue to grow the brand and keep improving.
I have one of the divers and one of the field watches. Both are about 2 years old and have been great. I think they offer a tremendous value.
Im an Islander guy for sure, I'm one of the few that actually likes the logo so I'll continue putting Mark's goodies in the box😉
I have been looking at them for some time but not pulled the trigger yet, I am sure I will do one day. They have better specs than a comparable Seiko. TBH though I do not like the logo ! Orient divers if they were a little more "Islander" would be a close call for me personally.
I bought the (ISL101) Ameriquartz diver in blue for a work watch so I could slow down banging up some of my more expensive pieces. I got it on the first day of black Friday for 195 bucks. I almost feel guilty getting it at that price its that good. Sapphire crystal, ceramic bezel insert, awesome lume, decent deployment clasp, USA assembled movement in Arizona, each watch is individually pressure tested and an all round good looking watch. Lot of value for the money in this one.
Great customer service from them. Well made and solid value. What’s not to like?
I just bought the Islander Republic GMT ISL-140. I’ve had it about a week and also pulled the trigger in a Seiko SSK003. Note to self not to buy two watches in the same week!
Nice specs and worth the money above the Seiko. I wish it was 42mm but the 40mm seems to be virtually the same case size as the SSK. It works and a 22mm bracelet would make it perfect for my wrist. It has its own personality and it’s not trying to be something else. As a watch nerd, it was hard NOT to get it since I learned to fly out of its namesake airport and grew up on Long Island.
The Sellita is a nice movement with a smooth seconds hand sweep. I am tracking accuracy with the WatchTracker app and it seems to be under 10 seconds off per day but need to get more data points. I attached some pictures.