I have the same issue on my Mac, but only for brands A to O. I understand running a site like this is expensive and someone needs to pay for it, so some form of advertising is necessary, but the Hublot ad is quite overbearing and has affected my enjoyment of using this site. I understand it is up to
with Panerai anymore. It seems like a constant stream of micro releases throughout the year. They either have a fantastic watch design team that has an unending flow of creativity or they think it's good for the brand to make minor tweaks to watch that have only just been released so they can have t
something along the way, which has resulted in feeling of fatigue in some. I first started look at them in 2000, but didn't buy one until about 2005. What was striking about them was their design. So unique. The only thing that prevented me buying one for some years was the size. I, personally, thin
or fair one. However, if you are going to use the car analogy a fairer comparison would be a person hitting a bollard while parking their car. The person may expect their car bumper to be damaged. They would not reasonably expect their car to be written off, especially if it were marketed as an SUV.
$8,700 is an outrageous amount to replace a case. I would, personally, buy a different watch with the money. The fear of dropping it again would be too much. Panerai should at least offer new cases at a reasonable price. Given ceramic is very difficult to scratch, people are only going to want to bu
interpretation of a dive watch. I think Blancpain did a really good job. I have to admit, until I saw this watch, none of the current FF's appealed to me and I could not see myself buying a modern FF. They all seem too far removed from the many lovely vintage models. The new Bathyscaphe, however, is