I owned the blue Pelagos several years ago, and while on paper it should have been a pretty perfect watch for me I never really warmed to it. Ultimately I passed it on to someone else about a year or so later and after limited wrist time. The BB58 when it
A pair of my latest two watches in my collection. A Tudor Black Bay 58 and a 7021/0. The 7021/0 crystal was very scratched and I tried my best polishing with toothpaste. Still has a few deep scratches and nicks in the acrylic. I had the 41mm Black Bay in
First time I saw it I thought, nice but probably not for me cause I prefer their black bay ( more sporty watches ) Looking a bit closer at it I started to enjoy it a bit more And when I saw the price I almost could not believe it. steel bracelet, Day-Date
The least that can be said is that Tudor has remained focused on its subject in 2020. If I set aside the recently introduced Tudor Royal, which is dedicated at this stage to the Asian market, the brand has unveiled only one worldwide novelty this year: th
Friends of the brand have advocated for this piece for years. But JLC still effed it up on the day. SMH. Titanium would be better. Display back? WTF. Good alarm sound needs the hollow back, non? What's the bracelet detail for diving extension etc. Can it
When it comes to Pelagos or BB58, I will always choose the latter. In my opinion, the Pelagos tried too hard to be a modern Rolex Sub alternative, the bezel looks a bit too beefy with respect to the dial. Ignoring the LHD, the other 2 options of matt blac
For me, the pelagos and the CB are the two standout blues from that group. Good alternates for each other and with titanium and tantalum, respective, cases they add a little more variance to SS/precious metal collections. Not pushed about RO chronos, for
Like Nico, I sometimes look back at old pictures too. Here’s a shot for several years ago, a hand full of blue. The AP, Nomos and Pelagos are long long gone. I still think that Pelagos is a cool piece, the blue and more so the Titanium case and bracelet.