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The Diviso

Video Reviews

Madrock Watches & Adventure

A very unique looking dial face...

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Marshall Time Review

"Roebuck...Very nice. You have a winner here!"

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OFD Watch Channel

"The dial layout and the small details make the beauty shine!"

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TimeToGo Travel And Timepieces

"It is quite an eye-catching piece in person!"

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The Budding Watch Enthusiast

"The dress watch for folks who don't like dress watches"

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Hands on Reviews

While the dial design is pretty fantastic, the real star of this watch is the case finishing.  The combination of finishes that Guy was able to achieve with this watch is superb and speaks of higher price-points and quality.  A well-executed polished edge accents brushed recesses in the case sides.  The embossed crowns are given the same treatment and showcase a combination of brushed and polished accents.  I found that the finishing of this watch allowed it to catch the light in a multitude of ways that helped it toe the line between a sports watch and a dress watch despite the fact that no one would mistake this watch for a dress watch.

Novel Carry - Review: Roebuck Watch Co. – Diviso

“Diviso” is Italian for “split,” a name that applies in more ways than one as the watch is split by a band of color, has an internal timing bezel to split timekeeping functions, and has a personality split between diving (the compressor-style case) and driving (the racing striped dial). However you interpret it, the Diviso is an attractive piece.

The Time Bum -  The Roebuck Diviso 

Wearing the Roebuck Diviso is a fairly easy proposition. With the case only measuring in at 12mm thick, it’s a simple thing to slip under a cuff. When it pops out, you’ll have the light catching on the polished bezel and edge accents of the case, while the other brushed surfaces absorb it a bit more (yup, I’m a fan of alternating case finishes as well). You’ll also have light catching on that bezel insert as well. 

The Wrist Watch Review -  An early review of the Roebuck Diviso