as a "senior" collector, my wishlist is now getting shorter with years....and with today's crazy prices. Fortunately enough, I still manage to find an interesting piece from time to time. Like this ploprof with the super sexy "pre-production" dial aka "Mo
As ever some great shots of some fantastic watches, always a please to review what everyone has posted. My top three are : Seeks Speedy on a NATO looks fantastic Then there was the Subexplores Ploprof amongst the scuba gear - wonderful However, I have to
There are watches which you will never forget. When you cross their way, they always give you a special, intense and unforgettable feeling. I was lucky to see some of them in the reality. The Jaeger LeCoultre Géophysic which was gifted by the Geneva Citiz
. . . where my affection for the current version is as strong, if not stronger, than for the vintage. [watch credit: Omega boutique / photo credit: Dr No] The titanium models introduced a few years ago induced instant lust, and I was sorely tempted. As it
. . . I'm not a pilot. I'm wearing a Mk II racing right at this very moment, even though I'm not a fast driver. I won't become a diver if I get a Ploprof. But, I will accept an invitation to go fishing on your boat.
My buddy has been swimming and diving with this bad boy for 15-20 years. You can see the effect of the sun that has faded the orange hand white and is referred to as albino Ploprof. Ploprof on nato strap worn as intended.
I did not enter the world of watches to find an “only” watch. In my reading of forum posts I did run across the occasional fellow who would speak with great reverence about the watch that he had found. And while I could see a certain advantage to feeling