I have a soft spot for the Tudor BB Harrods. I prefer the shape and the font of the bezel. I like the 16610 LV, no doubt, but my heart goes for the Tudor. I find it has a bit more character, even it if feels a tad less qualitative than the Rolex. The prop
Of all my pieces, I find myself wearing the 16610 most often — it was my stepfather’s, so it holds a special place, but beyond that it has a great tool watch vibe. Compared to my BLNR, Daytona, and Exp II, I find that this is the easiest go-to for most oc
Had coffee with a friend who has both the 14060 and the 116600. I wanted to see how they look like on the wrist esp the sub.. and how they compare to the sd43. The 116600 is quite nice. I had misgivings about the date placement wishing it was nearer the i
The Rolex sub was the Navy seal standard issue watch until 1983 when they switched over to G shock. So it obviously can stand up to the standard recoil of a 5.56 cartridge. However, In preparation for the upcoming deer and Detroit looting season I needed
When you’re on daddy duty, the watch is more important than the time. This is my father-in-law’s Submariner 16610 that will one day go to my son. Privileged to wear it on loan while hanging out just the boys...
Z Serial #. I used to dive with this watch. Don’t do so anymore because people would go “you dive with that” and I would say “it’s a dive watch”. After a while it got tiring. So now it’s either the 14060, 16610 or 16600 that dares to get wet. And for 3 mo
Did you go through that or did you prefer the sub right off the bat? I think the best modern iteration would've been the Kermit but with the usual black bezel as I really prefer the maxi dial on a 16610 case. I prefer the cyclops/date in that iteration. W
In just the last decade (not going to bore you with even more detailed) I took a 16700 in 8 years ago, a 16610 in 3 years ago and a 16600 2 months ago. All to the Rolex Service Center in NYC. In addition, also had a ladies TT MOP dial with diamonds servic