I knew I wanted one of these 300M’s as soon as they were announced. It’s a blessing and a curse that Omega offered so many variations. The ones that sang to me were the black dial two tone on rubber and the classic blue dial on bracelete. It was a tough choice because a seamaster on rubber strap jus
A Pam model number so easy to remember. A Pam simplicity at its best. A Pam anonymity with no name. A Pam worthy to be in one’s collection. Finally a Pam to complete my own Pam trilogy. All Pam. All Blue. All Three. Thanks for looking.
When I look at this picture, I am not far from answering... yes! Not the most complicated, nor the most prestigious modern Jaeger Lecoutlre, but one of the most sensual one! What do you think? Best, Nicolas
When I think that I got mine 11 years ago, and that it didn't get much wrist time.... I am rediscovering this reference. And enjoying it more and more, I must confess. The red line of the 1680 just makes me dream about getting another extra red line, on a 1665. Best, Nicolas
Limited to 173 pieces, to celebrate the 173th birthday of the foundation of the brand, this Marine Torpilleur US NAVY is a 44 mm steel case, housing the in house Cal 118. As you probably know, Ulysse Nardin won a competition organized by the Washington Naval Observatory, in the early 1900's, and pro
Hi All Had a day wandering round London yesterday - thought I'd take a look at the watch gallery in the science museum, after see a blog about it. Plenty to see and it adds to what's in the British museum & the Royal Observatory - so plenty of watch/clock related stuff to distract you . Some photos!