Last Updated:  November 11th, 2020

Top Bering Watch Reviews - Minimalist & Modern Danish Design

bering watches review

Bering watches are modern and sleek and were born of an idea that started in the desolate whiteness of the Artic. The Danish founders of this ultra-minimalistic watch company have taken their vision and brought it to life with some stunning watches that I will review below.

The Bering watches are not only notable for their quality, they use top-end materials like surgical stainless steel, sapphire glass and often titanium or ceramic on the bezel. Some of the women’s models also have Swarovski crystals on the face too!

These are the kinds of watches that will suit anyone looking for something a little different from the standard Seiko, Timex, Casio watches we all know. Also someone who is also not looking to spend a fortune that something like a Rolex or Omega would cost.

If that sounds like you, then take a closer look at 5 of the best Bering watches on the market right now and see which one fits your style the best.

Bering Time Men's Solar

BERING Time | Men's Slim Watch 14440-227 | 40MM Case | Solar Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark

This is one of the more striking examples of a Bering watch that everyone seems to love. The deep blue face with the arabic numerals at an angle to the wearer are unique and truly stand out.

The fine-mesh band is also a classy addition to this watch and blends well with the slim (9mm) black case.

There are also some quite outstanding features on a watch that is only a few hundred dollars such as a scratch-resistant Sapphire glass, 50m water-resistance (not always something you see on a dress style watch), solar powered (i.e no need to replace the battery) and a date window at 3 o’clock.

This is a watch for anyone who wants something a little different from the run-of-the-mill, but also expects quality.

Tip: It also comes in a few other colors and variations, which are displayed below.

BERING Time | Men's Slim Watch 14440-222 | 40MM Case | Solar Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Men's Slim Watch 14440-393 | 40MM Case | Solar Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Men's Slim Watch 14640-227 | 40MM Case | Solar Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark

Bering Ceramic Day & Date

BERING Time 32139-227 Ceramic Collection Watch with Mesh Band and Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal. Designed in Denmark.

A similar style to the solar range above, this Bering with ceramic case with day and date sub-dials is again quite an unusual combination. 

It looks at first glance like a normal chronograph (minutes, seconds timer etc) but is actually just a day and date keeper. The elegance of this watch is definitely something that catches the eye too.

It is all arabic numerals around the dial with the nice addition of a light blue second hand which looks great.

For the rest, it is very similar to the solar watch above – 50m water-resistance, 39mm diameter case, and steel mesh band. However, in this instance, you get a ceramic case which is normally super-expensive and no-solar (but quartz, which usually lasts you a lifetime, with the odd battery change every few years).

Tip: There is also a silver titanium variation which is pictured here too.

BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 13436-564 | 36MM Case | Classic Collection | Calfskin Leather Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark

Berign Classic Leather

If you are after a classic leather and gold watch, this might be the Bering model for you!

Clean, elegant, minimalistic and yet unique in a Bering kind of way.

It features the usual suspects from Bering with a Sapphire glass, 6mm thin steel case, water resistance and a quartz movement that will last you a very long time.

Of course, this watch is nowhere near as unique as many of the others in this review, but you will be proud to wear it at work, out on the town, or just around the house.

Berign Women's Classic

BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 10126-307 | 26MM Case | Classic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark

Bering has not forgotten the ladies with this classic model. With a clean face and sparkling Swarovski crystals as hour markers, it is elegant and minimalistic. What Bering is all about.

The mesh brand is also something you will see on a large range of Bering watches and gives the watch a super modern feel. But what is most outstanding about this line of watches is the 

This watch is nice and small at 26mm which would suit most women’s wrists to a tee. It is also water resistant and has a scratch-proof Sapphire glass to help keep it looking great for years to come!

As with most of Bering’s models, there is a variety of shapes and faces, as well as colors. I have included two here which are think are stand-out models owing to the colors and stylish overall look. 

But of course, there are a lot more online if you want to take a look.

BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 11927-369 | 27MM Case | Classic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 11927-064 | 27MM Case | Classic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 10126-307 | 26MM Case | Classic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 13426-000 | 26MM Case | Classic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 10126-334 | 26MM Case | Classic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark

Bering Ceramic Day & Date

BERING Time 32139-227 Ceramic Collection Watch with Mesh Band and Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal. Designed in Denmark.

A similar style to the solar range above, this Bering with ceramic case with day and date sub-dials is again quite an unusual combination.

It looks at first glance like a normal chronograph (minutes, seconds timer etc) but is actually just a day and date keeper. The elegance of this watch is definitely something that catches the eye too.

It is all arabic numerals around the dial with the nice addition of a light blue second hand which looks great.

For the rest, it is very similar to the solar watch above – 50m water-resistance, 39mm diameter case, and steel mesh band. However, in this instance, you get a ceramic case which is normally super-expensive and no-solar (but quartz, which usually lasts you a lifetime, with the odd battery change every few years).

Tip: There is also a silver titanium variation which is pictured here too.

Bering Women's Ceramic

BERING Women's Quartz Watch with Stainless Steel Strap, Silver, 15 (Model: 11429-754)

For a far more metallic look, this Bering women’s ceramic in sliver is an elegant watch you just might want to add to your collection.

The Swarovski crystals around the rim of the dial are a stylish addition that will surely stand out from most of your friends. And the clean white face will make sure that this watch goes with anything you wear.

It has a wide ceramic bezel on an all stainless steel case and band.

The 50m (165ft) water resistance and sapphire scratch resistance glass top it all off to give you watch that will keep on ticking for years ahead.

Tip: This is only one variation of the Women’s Ceramic collection, there are more below. Just click on the image to get to the Amazon page.

BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 32426-765 | 26MM Case | Ceramic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap with Ceramic Links | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 11435-767 | 35MM Case | Ceramic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap with Ceramic Links | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 10729-765 | 29MM Case | Ceramic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap with Ceramic Links | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark
BERING Time | Women's Slim Watch 10729-767 | 29MM Case | Ceramic Collection | Stainless Steel Strap with Ceramic Links | Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal | Minimalistic - Designed in Denmark

Bering Watch Quality

Bering are quite a new company but they have taken their watch making seriously and you can see from the Amazon reviews that buyers are almost always 100% happy. In fact, it was difficult to find negative reviews on their watches.

It is perhaps no surprise given the kinds of materials they are using and also the fact that they are using some renowned watch machinery like that from Seiko to run their watches.

So, why not head over to Amazon and see if you can find a watch that suits your style!

2 thoughts on “Top Bering Watch Reviews – Minimalist & Modern Danish Design”

  1. Do any of the men’s Bering solar watches offer a power gauge ?
    Also, what are the pros/cons of ceramic cause vs stainless steel
    Thank you.

  2. I’ve just bought a Bering Titanium with the day and date complication from ebay that was reduced from £229 to £129. It has the Miyota 6P25 movement, which means it has a battery life of 3 years. In my opinion it is a very good looking watch. What came as a really nice surprise is that it has a 10 bar, or 100 m water resistance. It also has sapphire glass, which I knew about. As far as I can tell both the strap and the case are made of titanium, it is certainly very light in weight. The back of the watch has a screw down back plate with a map of the Arctic etched on to it.
    So that’s all good stuff. One downside is that, although the strap has solid links, there are no micro-adjustment holes on the clasp. The other slight problem is that the second hand does not align exactly dead centre with every number on the dial. Maybe this is the reason why the watch was reduced, or maybe they’re all like that – I don’t know. Anyway, minor niggles not withstanding, I think this watch represents incredible value for money.
    I think Bering are a breath of fresh air in a world where so many watches look so similar and so boring/ugly.

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