Look at this one: Credit picture; Jatuka. How many were made? I don't really know... But if you hunt one, you are luckier playing at the lottery than finding one. Imagine that watch with a 39 / 40 mm case. Without date. With a nice automatic movement ( manual is not a good option for diving watches,
One thing I would absolutely love to see is a modern interpretation of the Zenith Calibre 135! Manual movement, clean design, nicely finished... And of course a BIG balance wheel to admire. The original movement ratio: diameter 30mm, balance wheel 14mm. That gives a one mm space between centre and o
Orange is the new green - legendary design in fiery orange! Glashütte Original presents a new annual edition: Sixties and Sixties Panorama Date The Sixties line presents legendary 1960s design and embodies the art of Glashütte watchmaking, whose traditions date back to 1845. Lively and extrovert, de
Always a pleasure to cross the road of this watch, which has almost everything to please: A superb dial, a very elegant " Ultra Thin " case which has the good taste to not be too expensive, with its steel case. Now, the things which would have been better, for me: A slightly smaller case... 38 or 39
One of the more elegant "semi vintage" / "semi modern" watches from Girard-Perregaux... The Vintage 94 in White Gold: Art Deco in full bloome! Made in 1994, 25 years old - "semi vintage" / "semi modern"... This week's WristScan theme will be "Most Elegant". Once the official thread is open, please c
Recently we had "Daily beater", "Funky" and "Lucky Punch" watches... This week, lest go with "Most Elegant"! Now what's "most elegant" for you is as always up for interpretation... Here is one example of what I think is elegant: a Favre-Leuba Chronometer from the late 1950's. As always, I will start
🤣 Ok to be fair, he got a lot of sh*t, but looking at it without prejudices he also had some bad luck at Red Bull. Yes he made some dumb moves, but he also showed some good moves. Let’s hope (for him) that this time he will be a little bit less of a torpedo and he could come a long way.
Frankly, I am envious of some of the macro photographs I am seeing on this site. I am posting some photos taken with my current rudimentary gear, that I am considering to step up a bit. I a seeking advice on format, camera and lens and I would truly be grateful to the cuasi-pros or pros, or anyone w