Realised that I have hardly worn one watch for more than 3 days at a go. While working from home, it got worse… I find myself musing with 2-3 different watches a day sometimes 😆. So it came as a shock to my system that I have been wearing my AP RO Offshor
I just got this one ! This watch was on my radar years before I became a collector when I first saw a print advertisement for it in, I believe, GQ magazine. At the time (probably around 2004), my interest in motorsports was blooming (in full flower today
Swapped the strap on my ROO. I did it quickly just a little while ago just so I could share with Michael and you all, so please forgive the incorrectly set date. I took a pic at a couple of angles to show how the dial reacts to light.
As I was casually checking out the AP website, I came across this 44mm ROO which I had never seen before. My initial inclination was to recite the pledge of allegiance, but then I thought it may just be another Marvel release, but I hadn’t heard of that,
At the time I had it, in 2005, I was not good at taking pictures, so here is one I found on the net. I loved its strap, the dial, the titanum case and this superb carbon bezel. I would have never sold it if it could comfortably sit on my wrist. A pity, as
This is a familiar colour-way in 44mm for many years. And for some reasons, I never pulled the trigger until today. Admittedly, this is my first AP ROO as I have always preferred the smaller sized Royal Oaks and also, I was holding out for the integrated
My dear sister was not a WIS. But due to my great love for her, I give her a timepiece every other year as a present. I can see her eyes sparkle when she sees me wear certain pieces. I parted with a Longines Legend Diver, A Hamilton Field watch in DLC, an