Gevril Watch Reviews

When searching for luxury Swiss timepieces, the name Gevril may have come up. Considering buying? We’ll be diving into our Gevril reviews to help you decide if you should add this brand to your collection or go for something else.

What is Gevril?

Gevril was the name of a famous watchmaker back in the 1700s who was appointed a Royal watchmaker by the king of Spain. The history of Gevril runs deep, but unfortunately, many watch collectors feel that the name and watches stopped a long time ago. In 1990, the rights to the Gevril name were purchased by a Swiss distributor and then resold to a passionate watch collector in 2001.

Gevril produces high-quality Swiss watches, many of which are homage pieces.

Gevril Watch Reviews


Gevril Wall Street – Stainless Steel

Price: $3,295

This Gervil Wall Street is a nice homage to the Rolex Submariner. For a fraction of the price, you can own a high-quality Swiss piece.

Details:

  • Gevril Swiss watch from the Wall Street Collection
  • 43mm 316L Stainless Steel Satin finish case, Unidirectional rotating bezel
  • Screw down Crown with Gevril Logo
  • Luminous real indices on dial, Luminous hands, Black Ceramic Bezel
  • Date at 3 o’clock, Magnified Lens
  • Sapphire Anti-glare Crystal 
  • Stainless Steel Bracelet with folding Deployment Closure
  • Water resistant to 200 Meters/20 ATM
  • Swiss Automatic 3 Hands, SW200 Movement

Gevril Vaughn – Pilot

If you’re a fan of large pilot watches this is one to look at. Much like the beloved IWC pilot, this has everything you’d look for in a quality timepiece.

  • Gevril Men’s Automatic Chronograph Watch from the Vaughn Collection
  • 44 mm Round 316L Stainless Steel Case, Chronograph with 3 sub dials 1/8-seconds counter, 30-minutes counter, 12-hours counter
  • Black Dial, Exhibition Case back, Luminous Hands And Numbers
  • Case back 4 screws, Push/Pull crown, Polished Bezel, Satin Case
  • Genuine Black Italian Handmade Strap with Tang Buckle
  • Anti-reflective Sapphire Crystal
  • Water Resistant to 50 Meters/5ATM
  • Swiss Automatic Chronograph Movement Sellita SW500

Gevril Avenue of Americas Serenade Silver Dial Leather

This beautiful dual timezone timepiece is Gevril’s finest watch, with a price tag of over 25k.

  • Gevril Men’s Swiss Watch from the Avenue of Americas Serenade Collection
  • Agenhor Geneve, Switzerland – Exclusive Movement for Gevril 
  • 22 Jewels with 23 Karat Solid Gold Rotor – 40 Hour Power reserve
  • 44mm x 34mm Rectangle 18 Karat White Gold Case
  • White Guilloche Silver curved Dial with raised Numbers
  • Exclusive Beveled Sapphire Crystal
  • Special functions Dual time zone, Dual Day/Night Indicator
  • Crocodile Leather Strap with Tang Buckle
  • Water Resistant to 50 Meters/5ATM

Is Gevril Worth It?

The short answer is yes. The watches themselves are indeed high-quality, however, the brand has little history past its originator and it would be a lie if I told you the watches produced today would be found in any serious watch collectors collection.

They are great Swiss homage pieces that are much better than most replicas, but I’d advise you to save up for the actual Rolex or IWC.

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