Since i found WPS, start collecting automatic watches Ulysse Nardin pops up. Before i do not heard about the brand. You know Ulysse Nardin, when i was just entering the watch world when the internet came and i found chrono24. In that time prices for luxur
I forgot to..breathe. I'll contribute a nice picture of the "Admiral's model", which was produced at the request of an Italian Navy Admiral. I don't have an exact dating for the model but, since it has a luminor case, I guess would be...circa late 40s, 50
Previous I had a 338. It was small, light, flat, manual, and gold hands. However I wanted something with the engraved dial, found blued hands tickle me the same as gold, like the patent stamp (even though it is purely decorative. At 45mm on a 6-¾ wrist it
From Panerai's website: The future is in our hands. Panerai forges ahead with circular design, thanks to our cutting-edge eSteel. Both the case and dial of Luminor Marina eSteel feature a new recycled steel alloy. Developed in collaboration with a selecti
After some time, mainly due to US customs given exclusive for Panerai points of sales in Asia — a brand new limited edition (a 251 piece run), matte military green dial Luminor 1950 GMT just arrived from the boutique.
Conventional Panerai collectorism would choose the 721 for the Kampschwimmer back story, less is more mantra, and on and on. It’s a nice watch, but unless its a real genuine Kampfschwimmer from the 1930s, I find the contemporary piece to be just a big emp