I was waiting for that moment, impatiently. The Air King 116 900 is one of the watches I wear the most during these holidays. It is a " no worries " watch. It can stand the hot temperatures, the sand, the water, everything. And each time I look at my wrist, it gives me a big smile. Here in Marrakesh
Spending lots of time in the water with my kids these days, including getting our daughter to abandon any swim aids in the process. Being her father’s daughter she started quizzing me about the watch I was wearing and got me to promise to find a dive watch for her for her fifth birthday. So I have a
Only 1 year, time surely flies and amazing what Ming Thein and his team have accomplished. To celebrate the occasion Ming released a special 17.03 Blue Dial, limited to 125 pieces and a 17.03 ULTRA Blue limited to 25 pieces. They launched them tonight. I love that blue dial.
It has been too long since I had this one on my wrist. Way too long. It is starting to call from the safebox.....150 miles away....but i can hear it. When I bought this 9 years ago, the dial was almost black.....maybe the vaguest hint of brown. But now, it is turning more and more brown. A deep even
Wearing this one for the first time in weeks. Not had much chance to rotate my watches of late due to heavy traveling. Paired with Camille Fournet brown straps and a GS pin buckle here. It feels more casual. The watch is simple, classic, but not boring at all. Ken
The Dark Ages of modern horology - i.e. the period from 1980 to 2000. Many of the traditional brands were in dire straits during the era and some temporarily disappeared. But as so often the phoenix did rise from the ashes... So looking forward to Piaget Polos, the golden era of quartz, and the resu
Hi All Recently realised that I have more blue dialed watches than ones with a black dial. That and it seems everyone has been celebrating/ sharing their blue dials - thought I'd do the same. It starts with a brace of blue dialed Seikos - the ever ubiquitous five and a rather nice diver. Both classi