let’s not forget that most of the “hot” watches (Royal Oak, Dayto, Aquanaut, etc...) were not selling so well at launch... Gen 2 is definitely hot for me! Love gen 3 but they should have kept it under 15K$ IMHO.
I couldn't find a replacement for the strap of the Diver, but I could try these two beauties on: The 26574 in rose is simply stunning! WOW And I really liked this CODE Chrono in WG with very appealing blue dial and strap. Top quality, beautiful case and m
The hype around the Nautilus is greatest among collectors and enthusiasts. In addition the increased socialization of watch collectors via RedBar, Hodinkee and other influencer and collector group meet-ups has generated more interest and momentum for some
Some of us may forget that two decades ago before the Royal Oak became so popular, Audemars Piguet were making some astonishing dress watches. Fortunately for me, these watches now offer excellent value for money in the used market and I am considering pl
The slim profile makes it feel smaller than it sounds. I am a RO Jumbo fan, especially for the size and the EOT does not seem all that large and it feels much smaller than a ROO. See photos below for comparison. The only pain for me is when we have daylig
I am sorry if I wrongly expressed my feelings. But the design is not my taste. IWC do best in Pilots and Portuguese. I am pretty sure, however, the AD will choose the least popular models for this policy. So good for them. They also told me, even with thi
Looking for either a pre owned AP pin pusher - for a 36 mm Royal Oak Quantieme Annuel - or a quality alternative - at good value. 1K USD for AP official loupe and pusher set used is high! Where best to source - haven’t found on eBay though likely I’m usin