I'm after a GMT, no-date sub or seadweller that I don't have to feel about wearing on a near daily basis. I actually prefer some parts swapped but obviously I would want to know which ones. Any recommendations for a reputable US-based vintage dealer?
From one of my friends' collection. As an owner of the 16660, aka Triple 6, I must say that the 1665 has the advantage of its hyper domed plexy, which adds a lot of sensuality to the Sea Dweller. If money wasn't a problem, I would gladly welcome a 1665, p
But it was discontinued 2 years ago in HK! I wear only stainless steel watches so the unicorn would have been the Rolex Day Date ref 6611 but it’s another budget obviously… ) In 2012, I sold my Tudor Submariner 40mm ref 79190 for €1200 box papers, quite p
Hello dear friends! It has been a very enjoyable weekend and I´m happy with the answers received around our Theme for this last WS event of this year 2021. We have received many superb shots sharing the favorite Devilish details on the watches of our part
I many occasions wanted to add a GS to my collection but I find the casing a little too tall for me at around 17mm for a chronograph.. that’s close to the thickness of my Rolex DeepSea.. I always assume powerhouse like the GS can easily make a thinner cas