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Bering Watches Review: 5 Top Pieces for Your 2023 Collection

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There’s something about attention to detail and eye-catching designs that amplifies watches’ beauty. Bering takes things to a new level with its sleek and minimalist timepieces with contemporary Danish designs.

The Bering watch brand was established in 2008 by Michael Witt Johansen and Lars Gram-Skjonnemann. Its timepieces have an Arctic allure inspired by its endless white expanse and captivating icy landscapes.

The pieces are crafted from top-end materials and are super affordable. Want to make an impression at the office or among your friends? Or do you want something beautiful to complement your gorgeous outfit? Either way, the Bering watches review below looks at some of the best timers from the brand that’ll do just that- and more!

1. BERING Analog Quartz Watch – Stainless Steel, Gray Dial Ref. 33441-337

bering watch-Ref. 33441-337

About

The Bering 33441-331 is a handsome men’s watch for everyday wear with a sporty design. It has a rugged 41mm gray IP-plated medical grade 316L steel case and bracelet plus a gray dial that give it a nice formal and masculine touch. It also has a 30m water resistance that allows light water activity.

The perfectly aligned mesh bracelet has a nice feel around the wrist and reflects the brand’s passion for luxury and comfort. A flat scratch-resistant sapphire crystal shields the watch’s dial. And in the background is a reliable Danish-designed quartz movement that works tirelessly to keep the watch alive.

Features

They include subdials at 3 (60 minutes),6 (24 hours), and 9 (day) o’clock positions, water resistance to 30m, Arabic numeral hour markers at 12,3,6 and 9 o’clock positions, a Danish-design quartz movement, a case and bracelet crafted from IP-plated Milanese consisting of 316L stainless steel, and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal over the dial.

Specifications

  • Production Year: 2019
  • Case Size: 41mm
  • Materials:
    • Dial – Gray, with lume-applied black hands, an orange seconds hand, and soft pink-colored Arabic numeral/index hour markers
    • Bracelet – Gray IP-plated Milanese consisting of 316L stainless steel mesh, with a butterfly clasp
    • Bezel – Fixed, smooth, gray IP-plated medical grade 316L stainless steel
  • Function: Day, 24 Hours, Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Small Seconds
  • Mechanism: Quartz movement

Why You Should Invest?

Its price increased by 3% between 2020 and 2022.

2. BERING Analog Solar Collection Watch – Stainless Steel, Gray Dial Ref. 14640-077

bering watch-14640-077

About

This is a mostly men’s dress watch that pushes boundaries in all the right ways like the previous Bering watch. It has a gray IP-plated medical grade 40mm steel case and well-polished steel mesh bracelet, glossy gray dial and innovative solar-powered feature that only a few other watches have.

It has a solar cell under the face that changes light from any source into electrical energy. The energy is then preserved in the rechargeable secondary battery. The breathtaking piece promises proper functioning for at least a year when charged fully!

And that’s just the beginning: The battery doesn’t need replacement. Combine that with its lightweight characteristic, ultra thinness, and unmatched seductive suaveness and you’ve got a watch that’ll keep the ladies (and guys) interested.

Features

Some of the main ones are a solar-powered quartz movement, a date window at 3 o’clock, water resistance to 30 minutes, Arabic numeral hour markers with 24-hour markings on the inner dial, and a bracelet with a push button clasp with safety.

Specifications

  • Production Year: 2020
  • Case Size: 40mm
  • Materials:
    • Dial – Gray, with Arabic numeral hour markers, silver-tone lume-applied hands, and 24-hour markings on the inner dial
    • Bracelet – Gray IP-plated Milanese consisting of 316L stainless steel mesh, with a push button clasp with safety
    • Bezel – Fixed, smooth gray IP-plated medical grade 316L stainless steel
  • Function: Date, 24 Hours, Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Mechanism: Rechargeable secondary battery (quartz)

Why You Should Invest?

It’s gaining popularity among watch fans due to its solar-powered feature. What’s more, its market average value increased by at least S$30 between June 2022 and February 13, 2023.

3. BERING Time Slim Watch – Stainless Steel, Blue Mother of Pearl Dial Ref. 11429-787

bering watch-11429-787

About

The Bering 11429-787 is a casual women’s watch with a daring mostly-blue makeup. It suits the bold modern woman with a taste for perfection with its slim, curvy body, smooth surfaces, clean lines, and attention-grabbing blue Mother of Pearl dial with Swarovski crystal hour markers.

It has a 29mm silver IP-plated medical-grade steel case and bracelet. They contrast the blue high-tech ceramic bezel and links perfectly, giving the piece a classy vibe.

The bezel is smooth to the touch along with the links. Plus, the flat sapphire crystal over the dial amplifies its beauty perfectly.

At the heart of the piece is a highly-accurate Japanese Miyota quartz movement. It can keep precise time for at least two years if maintained properly.

Features

Some of its features are Swarovski crystal hour markers, water resistance to 50m, a flat scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass over the dial, an anti-allergic quartz movement, a fine mesh band with high-tech ceramic links, and a pull/push crown.

Specifications

  • Production Year: 2021
  • Case Size: 29mm
  • Materials:
    • Dial – Blue Mother of Pearl, with Swarovski crystal hour markers and silver-tone hands
    • Bracelet – Two-tone silver IP-plated medical grade 316L stainless steel, with ceramic links and a fold-over clasp
    • Bezel – Fixed, smooth, high-tech ceramic
  • Function: Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Mechanism: High-quality Japanese Miyota quartz movement

Why You Should Invest?

It’s a versatile watch made from durable, scratch-resistant materials. Moreover, its price increased by 2% between 2021 and December 2022.

4. BERING Quartz Watch – Titanium, Blue Dial Ref. 15239-727

bering watch-15239-727

About

This is another timepiece from Bering’s Slim Solar Collection. It’s a casual men’s watch with an enticing black-blue design. Every part of it proudly showcases an innovative Danish design, from the slim and lightweight black IP-plated Titanium 39mm case and bracelet to the masculine blue dial covered by a flat scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

The watch’s dial offers unmatched visibility in the dark thanks to the luminous index hour markers and hands. 

It also boasts a rechargeable secondary battery that nullifies the need to change the cell. Its solar-powered feature allows it to be charged by any light source. The magic lies in the solar cell under the face.

Features

They include lume-filled index hour markers, a date window at 3 o’clock, water resistance to 100m, a solar-powered quartz movement, a solid case back, and a bracelet with a fold-over clasp and Titanium buckle.

Specifications

  • Production Year: 2019
  • Case Size: 39mm
  • Materials:
    • Dial – Blue, with lume-applied hour markers and silver-tone hands
    • Bracelet – Black IP-plated Titanium, with Titanium links and a fold-over clasp with a Titanium buckle with a BERING engraving
    • Bezel – Fixed, smooth, Titanium
  • Function: Date, Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Mechanism: Solar-powered quartz movement with a Lithium-ion battery

Why You Should Invest?

This Bering Titanium watch offers more than aesthetic appeal. It keeps accurate time for a long time (6-12 months) when fully charged. Additionally, its average market value increased from S$200 in July 2022 to S$450 on February 13, 2023.

5. BERING Time Slim Watch – Stainless Steel, White Mother of Pearl Dial Ref. 14427-366

bering watch-14427-366

About

The Bering 14427-366 is a casual women’s watch with plenty of elegant feminine charm. It reflects sophistication and timeless beauty with its slim design. It has a 27mm Rose Gold IP-plated stainless steel case and matching mesh bracelet.

This stylish watch is sure to make you the center of attention with its neat, eye-catching white Mother of Pearl dial that shimmers in specific lighting along with the Rose Gold-colored hands for a visually satisfying experience. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal protecting the dial adds beauty to the overall design and is pleasantly smooth.

The beautiful watch is also incredibly lightweight and hugs the wrist super comfortably. Its case is water resistant to 50m, enabling you to shower in style! 

It has a solar-powered quartz movement- an exciting bonus-as it completes its uniqueness nicely.

Features

Some of the main ones are Arabic numerals at 12,3,6 and 9 o’clock and 8 Swarovski crystal hour markers, a Mother of Pearl center dial with a white outer dial, water resistance to 50m, a bracelet with a self-adjustable clasp, four screws at the back of the case, and a solid case back.

Specifications

  • Production Year: 2017
  • Case Size: 27mm
  • Materials:
    • Dial – White Mother of Pearl, with Rose Gold-colored Arabic numeral hour markers, 8 Swarovski crystal hour markers, lume-applied hands, and seconds hand
    • Bracelet – Rose Gold IP-plated 316L stainless steel mesh, with a self-adjustable Rose Gold clasp
    • Bezel – Fixed, smooth, Rose Gold IP-plated 316L stainless steel
  • Function: Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Mechanism: Solar movement

Why You Should Invest?

It currently has a growing waiting list. What’s more, it increases in value with time. For example, its price rose by at least 10% between 2017 and 2022.

Summary

The table below summarizes the major points of the Bering watches we’ve picked in the Bering watch review above.

ModelKey Features
BERING Slim Classic 33441-337• Subdials at 3,6 and 9 o’clock positions
• Water resistance to 30m
• Danish-design quartz movement
BERING Slim Solar 14640-077• Solar-powered quartz movement
• Date window at 3 o’clock
• Arabic numeral hour markers with 24-hour markings on the inner dial
BERING Slim Ceramic 11429-787• Swarovski crystal hour markers
• Water resistance to 50m
• Anti-allergic quartz movement
BERING Slim Solar 15239-727• Lume-filled index hour markers
• Water resistance to 100m
• Bracelet with a fold-over clasp and Titanium buckle
BERING Slim Solar 14427-366• Arabic numerals at 12,3,6 and 9 o’clock and 8 Swarovski crystal hour markers
• Mother of Pearl center dial with a white outer dial
• Bracelet with a self-adjustable clasp

The most expensive timepiece on the list is the Bering Time Slim Watch 14427-366 (S$400-500 plus). Meanwhile, the Bering Analog Quartz Watch 33441-337 (Less than $200) is the most affordable.

The Bering Analog Quartz Watch 33441-337’s 3-subdial feature is impressive, but our favorite feature is the Bering refs. 14640-077, 15239-727, and 14427-366 solar-powered quartz movement.

The movement enables the watches to be charged by any light source. The light energy is converted into electric power, which is preserved in their rechargeable secondary battery. The best part is the watches can serve effectively for 6-12 months when fully charged before they require another recharge.

FAQs

1. Are Bering watches made in China?

Bering watches are made in China. Granted, the company has its headquarters in Denmark, but the watch making process is done in China. Several fashion watches like Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors are also shipped to the far East.

2. Which country made Bering watches?

Denmark made Bering watches. The brand founders are from Denmark. Additionally, It’s clear from the smooth minimalist Danish designs on the timepieces. 

Bering combines Danish designs with high-quality materials in various styles to achieve the unique watches in its collections. However, all the watches’ uniting factor is their inspiration from the Arctic.

3. Who owns Bering watches?

The brand founders, Michael Witt Johansen and Lars Gram-Skjonnemann, own Bering watches. They came up with the original concepts of the timepieces and oversee the creation process from start to finish. Each founder brings a unique idea to the brand, but they unite to push the company and watches forward.

4. What movement does Bering use?

Bering uses the Japanese Miyota GM10 quartz movement. The movement is designed to be used in batteries that use less power, enhance the functionality of quartz timepieces, and handle shock better.

The movement is surprisingly thin, allowing it to fit into Bering watches’ slim cases. What’s more, it’s accurate and can last for approximately 2-5 years depending on its condition and how often it’s serviced.

Final Word

Bering watches offer timeless elegance, quality craftsmanship, and unmatched durability. The good watch brand has grown since its establishment, gifting the watch industry affordable timepieces that boast minimalist Danish designs and quality materials.

Key Takeaways

  • Bering watches get their inspiration from the Arctic’s endless white expanse and icy landscapes.
  • Bering watches are minimalist with modern Danish designs.
  • Bering timepieces are an excellent investment since they’re good value for money and use premium quality materials like sapphire crystal, Titanium, Mother of Pearl, and surgical stainless steel.

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