AP just dropped a new dial, titanium cased 41mm Perpetual Calendar Royal Oak. This watch is being launched initially in the US market, with limited availability elsewhere beginning next month. I want one!
Rolex deliver almost every watch on a bracelet. Rolex never heard of a sapphire crystal case back. AP thinks a Royal Oak is enough. PP is afraid to come with modern watches. Brand neutral Pet Peeves: Complex strap attach systems, you can only chose what t
I'm afraid I'm mobile and can't create a detailed post, but there are some cool new 42s available. The chronographs feature the new flyback movement and new dials. Titanium, steel, gold. Good to see this collection living on in the wake of the 43mm line b
No one can deny it: Vacheron Constantin's Overseas collection is enjoying growing success and the waiting lists for the various models are getting longer and longer. There are several reasons for this phenomenon. First of all, there is a very specific mar
Really conflicted on the 11.59 to be honest. I love the design, which is know for most people is either love-or-hate. The thing that confuses me though is how it is positioned. A 30 meter water resistance to me, screams "ultra-thin dress watch, don't get
Dear friends Very happy with my new beauty. For me the 38mm is perfect in proportions and size. The „Panda Dial“ igives harmony and legibility. My first Royal Oak…stunningly beautiful to me! Best Tempus
Once there, he proceeded to poison me with both the black and white ceramic PC pieces. Before we went, he had mentioned the White, and I thought “No way !! Too bright and too feminine !!”. After seeing it in the metal, I felt otherwise. The White is actua