A Review Of Bering Watches
Hello everyone, today I’m going to be putting together a Bering watches review, taking a look at the quality of Bering watches and finishing with a look at 5 of their most popular watches currently available.
Are Bering Watches Good?
So are Bering watches actually any good? I’m sure that’s a question on a lot of minds right now. Bering watches focus on the use of premium quality materials like surgical stainless steel, titanium, and ceramic. This combination of materials allows Bering to produce a variety of stunning timepieces.
Bering also makes use of sapphire crystal glass, this is an especially robust, crystal clear, and scratch resistant material that’s excellent for watches. It’s often found on higher end timepieces above this price range, so it’s nice to see it on Bering’s affordable watches.
Bering blends minimalist Danish design with the optimal choice of materials in a unique way depending on the style of timepiece they want to achieve. Many of their watches feature simplistic dial designs inspired by the beauty of the Arctic from René Kaerskov’s adventure to the North Pole in 2008.
Overall, you’ll find Bering offer a wide selection of beautifully designed watches that are built with quality parts and offer excellent value for money in my opinion.
5 Best Bering Watches For Men
Now we’re going to be taking a look at some of the most popular Bering watches for men. These are some of their best selling timepieces currently available. If you have any questions about any of the Bering watches featured below simple comment at the end and I’ll try and help you out as soon as I can.
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1. Men’s Bering Titanium Ceramic Watch
The first timepiece to feature in our top Bering watches list today is this titanium and ceramic model. These are popular materials to feature in watches, the titanium is lighter and stronger than stainless steel, the ceramic parts are also very hard to scratch as they’re three to four times stronger than stainless steel too.
This is a slim Bering Ceramic watch with a thickness of just 8mm and a casing diameter of 39mm. The dial has this beautiful textured finish to it which is something I’ve always liked in watches. Powering the timepiece is a Japanese quartz movement, it also has a 50m water resistance that could be useful to you.
You can read my full 11739-702 Bering ceramic watch review here soon.
2. Bering Men’s Titanium Watch
Next up we have another popular titanium Bering men’s watch. This is a lightweight analogue watch with a clear and easy to read display. There’s a useful date indicator found at the 6 o’clock position on the dial and I rather like the use of the red coloured seconds hands.
Just like the previous Bering watch, this timepiece features a slim design with a casing depth of just 8mm. I’m impressed with the use of a sapphire crystal glass in this price range, this gives you a very good level of scratch resistance. Powering this Bering titanium watch is a Japanese built quartz movement for reliable timekeeping.
You can read my full 11739-772 Bering watch review here once it’s complete.
3. Bering Men’s Solar Powered Watch
Here we have something a little different, this is a black ion-plated stainless steel Bering watch that’s been fitted with a solar movement. These solar watches are popular due to the fact they use natural and artificial light to charge their movements, never requiring a battery.
I like the use of a high contrasting dial design with white hands and hour markers that stand out against the black background of the watch. This gives you an easy to read display that isn’t always available with men’s black watches.
You can read my full 14440-222 Bering watches review here once it’s complete.
4. Bering Chronograph Ceramic Watch For Men
In at number 4 we have a Bering chronograph watch to showcase. This watch is built from a combination of stainless steel and ceramic. It features this beautiful striking black carbon fibre dial with yellow touches for an added splash of colour.
This chronograph watch is powered by a Japanese quartz movement for accurate and reliable timekeeping. The sapphire crystal glass provides you with a high level of scratch resistance too. Bering has quite a lot of well-designed chronograph watches available so I encourage you to check them out.
You can read my full 33341-749 Bering watch review here soon.
5. Bering Chronograph Minimalistic Watch
Last up we have a men’s minimalist watch from Bering’s chronograph collection. This model is made from stainless steel with a casing diameter of 40mm and a thickness of just 9mm which is common for minimalistic timepieces.
The dial features this open contrast design with simple small dots for the hour and minute markers. There’s also a useful date indicator tucked to the side of the chronograph sub-dials which may come in useful. Powering this Bering watch is a chronograph Japanese quartz movement, it also makes use of a sapphire crystal glass for excellent scratch resistance.
You can read my full 10540-404 Bering watches review here soon.
Thanks for taking the time to read through today’s brief Bering watches review. My personal favourite from this selection is watch number 5, I’m a huge fan of this type of minimalistic dial design so it would suit me perfectly. What’s your favourite Bering watch featured? Comment below and let us know.