After seeing Sham recent posts of his "accidental" purchase of the Grand Seiko SBGY007, I decided to try one on.....and I was smitten on the spot. The amazing dial and the hand wound spring drive movement - pure poetry in motion. Thanks Sham for the post,
"The new five-year warranty will take effect October 1, 2021 and will also be applied to any watch purchased on or after January 1, 2021. Furthermore, the warranty information of each watch will be registered online to provide prompt after-sales service."
Grand Seiko SBGW 267 and 269, with textured silver- and brown dials These look quite nice, I am tempted by both GS should not push their luck though - close to 5K EUR for a non-limited edition, with a plain strap sounds a bit rich even if the dials are wo
A member from a small group of collectors in the San Francisco Bay Area shared a link to this beautiful and stunning watch and although I have heard of WPS before this was the first time I signed up. I must admit I was bitten by the FOMO bug and I wanted
Many classic watches and landmarks have thrived the test of time and become iconic and almost instantly recognisable even by the laymen. I chose the following favourites for your Sunday viewing pleasure Enjoy! Best, Wayne Iconic watch against the most ico
I am a great fan of Voutilainen but as I wear the watch and ogle at it, I ask myself do I really need a Voutilainen?! Yes the Kari will have a beautiful manual winding movement with a huge balance wheel but the Laine is one of my better purchases lately a
Thus less worry that we could damage the mainspring....cool. i always worry about overwinding my manual watches, since i broke the spring on my moonwatch. The SBGW231 is pure beauty. 37 mm. Manual winding. 70 hour PR. Big crown easy to wind. Old school Lu
Yesterday in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to drop by at a mall for the first time since the eleven week lockdown and instead of the usual visit to a Swiss watch boutique or an authorised dealer, I decided to visit the Seiko boutique. I was trying on a few of t