Albert is a German Teddy Bear. He was made in 2005 to commemorate a great German scientist. These days; he has retired from nuclear physics, and prefers the simplicity of wristwatches. In his thoughts: “wristwatches represent immortality, because they can
Just received my Grand Seiko White Birch. First time I purchase a Grand Seiko, and must say what a finishing: without any doubt better then Rolex,... Price/quality wise best on the market! Look at the finishing of the hands, of the white birch dial itself
. . . is uncanny. I've never made a correlation with LPs before, but have between a particular Grand Seiko . . . [photo and watch credit: VinnieD] . . . and a pair of custom-made green chukka boots. [my green chukkas on the right] I'd acquire a GS SBGW 25
You certainly look very relaxed and if that’s your office in the background of your photos, you have the perfect work/life balance ;-)) I particularly like these two shots of your “red hot” Grand Seiko !
My first in 2005 SBGA001 The very first Spring Drive 1999 production - I owned this but foolishly sold it (small and rattly bracelet) Credor Moon Phase Spring Drive; I have owned this since 2006 A Credor on strap with a slightly newer manual wind movement
I have been wondering and reading about movement finishing. Machine vs hand finishing. Different types. Different styles (varying by country: Swiss, German, Japanese, Dutch, Austrian). I’m a bit confused about the matter because I think my eyes are still
Such as? I think I've seen everything and the only one watch that I really like is the Grand Seiko SBGW231, but that one has been on my radar for quite a while now. Even regular Seiko's have become expensive to be honest. What is entry level that is still