Apologies if this is the wrong forum. Has anyone dealt with I’m looking to buy a watch from them and they said only take bank transfer. They claim to have 20 years of reputation but I can’t seem to find anything in English. Any experience with them would be most useful. Thanks in advance!
Tornek Rayville Nr 20, 103 and 117, from left to right. The magic of some GTGs. When you are at the right moment and place with some collectors. Seeing a TR 900 is an unforgettable experience, but when you can see three, that's pure magic. Enjoy. Nicolas
As the trend of green watches is very strong I wanted a new sport watch with green dial and a pretty unique look so here it is the Piaget Polo S Green Dial ( reference GOA45005). the 🦚! My reviews are like usual mostly visual but I hope you will enjoy the pics The green of the dial is pretty much a
I took several pictures of the 5960, A or not, with a strap, never on its bracelet. I must say that I much prefer the 5960 on a strap, as the bracelet is a bit too outdated for me. But I could try it and, even if it looks old, it is indisputable, that it feels like a second skin on the wrist. Thanks
thinking about a laureato skeleton. after sales service is fairly important to me, i don't bother anymore with some brands after bad experiences. i know most can be hit or miss, just wondering what people's experiences are. just anecdotally sometimes took more than a few days when i shot them emails
Since electric vehicles (especially in the city) are much simpler than internal combustion vehicles, a young man named Ryan Schlotthauer (designer/student) in Los Angeles, came up with this concept for a flat-pack car that could be assembled at home. The idea was sent to me by my friend Chris, who t