One of the things that struck me as unique was the set of people or shall I say, a set of brilliant watchmakers and wonderful human beings that collaborated and worked together to make the HM1 a reality. Rarely have I seen or read about maestros coming to
Hello dear friends, We really should call this “Watches” of the week as we have had so many fabulous watches posted on Wristscan this weekend, so a big thank you to everyone that posted. The watches that made the final cut were in no particular order ...
My wife was miffed that Apple expected us to put our credit card and SS# into its online application for the very first iPhone (which I wanted). She is not much of a computer person but sat down in a huff and wrote to @ apple dot com. About 90 minutes la
This weekend has been one of the hardest for me as a Judge of our weekly event. So many awesome hand sets shared by our participants made me think that it was not fair to name just one winner as many of the entries well deserved to be considered as Winner
It’s been very interesting over at WristScan this weekend. Some incredible watches are being shown, only on Wristscan will you see several of the best watches in the world right now. To give you a flavour of the action so far.... If you have never conside
This watch is 21.4 mm tall while the DeepSpace Tourbillon by Vianney Halter is 20mm tall ( Dimensions of the DeepSpace Tourbillon are 50x53x20) The Rolex Deep Sea dweller is 18mm tall.. The dome shaped crystal in LMX and the Vianney DeepSpace make the wat
Hello dear friends, Many thanks to everyone that posted and made this a most pleasurable WristScan event. Now for the results: Cookies showed us this stylish IWC clock, but I’ve had to disqualify him as he can’t get it on his wrist, even by putting his ar
To update you on the action so far.... A Rolex Submariner photo from Abel surprised me as it had eight superb Subs, vintage heaven. Filip is looking stylish, showing his JLC Reverso and dressed to impress ! Nicolas has stacked them high, you need to see t