Seaholm honored by Outside Magazine

Seaholm honored by Outside Magazine

Seaholm is extremely proud to be featured in OUTSIDE Magazine’s Summer 2018 Buyer’s Guide. OUTSIDE, America’s leading outdoor lifestyle media company, has selected the Seaholm Rover Automatic Watch as one of the Best Watches of 2018. Seaholm is recognized alongside some of the watch industries most esteemed brands such as TAG Heuer, Luminox and Oris.

The OUTSIDE gear team tested hundreds of watches to determine the best products for this year’s Guide. The OUTSIDE Buyer’s Guide is a trusted resource for the outdoor industry due to their rigorous testing and evaluation and reputation for identifying the very best products on the market.


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Trout
Trout

May 29, 2018

Outstanding!!

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