“Lorier is easily becoming a one stop shop for any style watch you’re looking for within the sub $500 price range.”
“The use of acrylic crystals and bezel inlays goes a long way to making the watches feel truly reminiscent of their sources of inspiration from the mid-20th century.
Having handled tons of those [vintage references], Lorier watches feel like NOS examples of them.”
“I can’t recommend the Neptune enough. It screams class, but at the same time it’s tough at its core. It is highly functional, especially if you opt for the date version. Finally, and perhaps just as important, it is well-crafted and timeless, which means it will look great on your wrist for decades to come.”
“Series 4 looks to make a great watch even better with small yet impactful improvements across the entire watch.”
"Tastefully elegant, refreshingly modest in size, with a clean but functional aesthetic...more wearable than ever before in a true tool watch fashion."
"Subtle changes to the case and bracelet have made this reference significantly better than the previous models in my opinion...The steel bracelet has always been comfortable on the wrist, but somehow Lorier has found a way to make their flat-link steel bracelet smoother and sleeker...[The Falcon] exudes adventure vibes and through my experience, is a proper everyday watch."
“The dial of the Zephyr is incredibly appealing, and borrows just the right notes from watches dating back to the 1930s and 40s. The guilloche pattern is particularly nicely executed, and takes the shape of undulating waves emanating from the dial’s center….
On the wrist, the Zephyr is a pleasure….even if the rest of your attire is somewhat lacking in polish, putting on a watch like the Zephyr can serve as a little reminder of a forgotten part of yourself. It adds a bit of a spark – it’s a nice feeling.”