I have taken no position on what the pre-launch marketing was. You guys can debate that until your faces are blue for all I care. I started this thread, my post states interest in the case. Whether or not my opinion of this watch in terms of its impact matches AP's opinion of it is irrelevant for me
For a few reasons... primarily, I got that on my 44th birthday. The entire year was rather epic over the course of my life, with some big milestones achieved. And I also adore 44 Magnum, with several pieces in that collection ;-) The Freak itself? As I have said before, favorite watch I own. Brutal
Everyone knows the brand for the octagon, it will be hard for any others to measure up for most. I will tell you, even though the dials and details don't fully do it for me, I did not want to take the watch off. That tells you what I think about the rest of this timepiece.
And I am very happy to hear about your experience at the AP Boutique. That is exactly how it should be. I am not an AP employee, in no way compensated by them for what I write. Yes, it is a favorite brand of mine, and I have collected them for years. That said, it has been a while since I last purch
One of the most comical aspects of a watch community, we have seen it time and time again (example, the Juan Pablo Montoya). The comments have so much conviction, yet the product has not been examined up close. Laughable, but they attach their name to it, so that is their stance. Back to this collec
I dare say I bought mine mostly on a whim. I had been on the prowl for a basic black dial watch, I wanted a classic. The light bulb illuminated, and this watch has quickly become one of my favorites to wear. So unassuming. Impeccable construction and finishing, very fairly priced. Happy to be in the