On this Veteran's Day they interviewed "Moki" Martin a veteran of SEAL Team 1 and the Vietnam War. He's is the "real" deal in terms of being a military hero and a military watch collector. His Tudor and Rolex were issued to him by the US Navy, bought from a ship's store, or traded with another SEAL.
I don't have many IWC but the few I have I really like! Like this IWC Mk 11: a no nonsense, antimagnetic, time only watch with a true work hours of a movement: the Calibre 89. What's not to like...?! Best Blomman
The challenge is to try to take a picture with a mix of darkness and light. First attempt: Second attempt: I still have a lot to do and to train before getting what I want, but I am progressing a bit... Best, Nicolas
It has been a long time we didn't see this watch, unveiled in 2014, much wiser than the former ones, the El Toro, and even before the Perpetual GMT. Cleaner case and dial, less original hands. But always the same friendly movement which allows you to set the calendar forward AND backward, THROUGH th
This picture was taken 20 years ago during my first lunch meeting with my now good friend Benedikt from Mallorca. He turned up on a Harley with a wrap inside his leather jacket and pulled out these watches apart from the Black PN which was my holiday watch that year. We had a great lunch and talked