At long last, AP has restored desirable aesthetic proportions to the wonderful Royal Oak Chronograph. The new collection (reference 26315) features a 38mm case, and the dials look terrific inside. I expect these models to prove quite popular for Audemars Piguet. Movement remains the Caliber 2385.
Cleaner dial configuration. No “automatic”. Shorter and fatter hour markers. A lot of open space now in the middle... especially for a bigger watch. Is that good or bad? Except for the placement of the date, the overall look kind of deviated from the classic Jumbo.
Finally got some snow, and more in the forecast. My friends always complain about my 'hat' but I like a little shade on my face when taking photos - I really need to try an eyecup, particularly mid day... and that's my Nikon F3P with the 50mm f/1.2 under my jacket not the result of the pizza & d
I think it's safe to post this as the watch was officially unveiled at IWC's booth in SIHH today and is already SOLD OUT. This is IWC's collaboration with the Rake and Revolution. A pilot's watch that is IMO the closest homage to the original IWC Mark 11 that has ever been made by IWC. Limited to 15
Maybe not, but I was! So, I asked Breguet. Here's the answer I got: "Swatch Group will be hosting a show at the Hayek Industries in Zurich from March 19th-26th. This is open only to the retailers, no press or the general public. The press and general public will have the opportunity to view the 20