Most of our stuff is packed up and enroute to the new ‘home’. So time for some reminiscing... The view is definitely one of the things I will miss. Fortunately the Grand Seiko 4520-8000 is coming with Have a great weekend!
Grand Seiko Special 6156. A number of you have seen this watch in the metal, as I have brought it to Purist GTGs and also it’s often my Redbar choice. Why? First: Well, it’s not something people see everyday (the “Special” had a shortish run, and even mor
Not an easy question but if I take it that you exclude Grand Seiko and Credor from the way you phrased your question, then it would have to be this: The SCVL002 aka 6810-8000. A hand wound, ultra thin watch from 1992, with Seiko’s thinnest mechanical move
The Tag Heuer is just my first watch that has diamond bezel and mostly likely not for everyday wear but just my experiment with diamond's watch. The Edox was purchased more than 30 years ago when I started my career in the banking industry, it is a well-m
Hi all Some great shots as ever, though this week there's a definite Japanese vibe to the results ! First two honourable mentions - both Grand Seikos, which I think highlights it slowly coming out of the shadows. Both superb watches and great wrist shots.