In the Northern Hemisphere, anyway. Here I am in La Jolla with a million other people... but only a smattering are in the water. It IS a bit grey But water isn’t very cold today. And I see blue in some directions. Cazalea
I recently changed into the ref 5975R- a watch I have loved but not worn too much Here his my impression after wearing it for about 3 weeks 1. The wear- or how it sits on the wrist The watch is large on for my collection (40mm) not as large as the 5070 but still pretty big My wrist is small but it s
. . . are Andreas [log-in: donizetti] for Static, Richard N for Wrist, and AlexSunrise for Watch of the Week. Judges: kindly post your decisions Sunday in this thread. [with apologies to Dusty Springfield]
Hi, I am a big fan of worldtime function watches and for me JLC is one brand which stands apart. I do have a compressor in steel however I have been offered by my dealer NOS JLC geographique in white gold with special dial with hunter back . Iam not sure whether this was a limited edition or special
Today I got the chance to check out the beautiful limited edition HMS Caesar Classico cloisonné not a piece I was previously familiar with and to be honest probably not the sort of watch I’d shell out my cash on but it certainly is a piece to be admired.
Issued in a limited edition of 24 pieces in 2009, for the Paris Boutique, this Black Amvox II was something, in terms of coolness. I owned for 2 years, then sold it because the Amvox II platinum killed it. But it was and still is a great watch! Best, Nicolas
My Rolex Explorer Collection. From left to right: 6610, 1655, 16550 and 16570: My Rolex GMT MASTER collection. On the top, left 6542, right 1675 Gilt Chapter Ring pointed crown guards. Bottom from left to right: 1675 Gilt from 1966, 1675 Matte from 1978, and 1675 Mini Dial. As I am a big fan of thes