Hope to one day have the opportunity to handle one in the real... thanks for taking the time to share this excellent review, beautiful piece! Happy to see they put the classic Calatrava buckle on this as well!
The strap was bought from Theo and Harris in New York. The Type One, our first strap in partnership with Jean Rousseau, was a strap that we had dreamt about – a finely pebbled mustard calf, accented by white stitching and finished with a piercing red lini
Sometimes, you need a gentle reminder to make you feel how great is a watch, and how high it can be in your wish list. The 3417 Amagnetic is one of them. Why? Simple! I consider it as one of the three greatest amagnetic watches ever made. For me, a top am
I too like to have a watch which In know I will be wearing often. I think with watches, size is one thing but I have also discovered lugs are mighty important. You just try any Breguet with straight lugs and you will understand my constant predicament wit
Iconic is a big word and hence my selection below... no rights or wrongs: CALATRAVA - 5127 - me: 570A NAUTILUS - 5711 me: 3700/1A AQUANAUT - 5167 me: 5065A WORLD TIME - 5110 me: 2523 with enamel PERPETUAL CALENDAR - 3940 me: 3448 any iteration with prefer
Well, it is a very nice and unpolished seamaster chronometer, which is said to be rare in a proportion of 10 constellations for every seamaster chronometer. Case back is marked with the double ref. 168.022 - 166.028. It measures 37mm without crown. A swee
Hello, I was wondering what member thought the top 10 iconic models are. Here is my take on things (purley subjective) :- CALATRAVA - 5127 NAUTILUS - 5711 AQUANAUT - 5167 WORLD TIME - 5110 PERPETUAL CALENDAR - 3940 ANNUAL CALENDAR - 5035 CHRONOGRAPH - 507