Because it's new in this week. Ming 27.01 'extra plat'. Excellent execution and great bang for buck: a credit to a couple of our fellow Purists who were responsible for its design and manufacture - congratulations lads! Cheers, pplater.
...on both counts. Do you remember the ‘Introductions’ thread on Time Out forum - www.watchprosite.com ? The story of the ‘pplater’ monicker is there. In fact, there were many good stories to be found there while the post was ‘pinned’ - could be time to refresh it maybe? Always love your wat
Greetings everyone, from tomorrow on the bottom of the globe. The watch of the week was very easy to judge. We could watch these two [people] all week, every week: Oh, you meant wristwatches??? Okay. In third place, Brandon's 'Laine' - a brand that is coming ahead in leaps and bounds. Great shot, al
...are like bankers, dentists, doctors and mechanics: the understated ones are often the best and, when you find one you really like, you stick with them throughout their career. In no particular order, here are a few favourites whose entire oeuvres beg to be seen: Dame Helen Mirren Photo credit: de
The ability to customise a watch greatly amplifies the ultimate appreciation of the piece. There is a sense of collaboration in the design and a sense of uniqueness in the resultant product. This is where independent watchmakers come to the fore. John, it must be said, was supremely accommodating. C
...and in response to the first failed posting effort. Amongst the many thoughts posted about a new watch, or watchmaker, yours count for something - especially given your balanced appreciation of the efforts of both haute horologerie manufactures and elvish watchmakers. Cheers, pplater.
...more like Covid lockdown! But thanks; it’s a pleasure to be posting more, lurking less. You are right to say that guys like the brothers McG deserve more of our support. The horological world sans Indies would be so... beige! Thank you for putting your money where your mouth is and championing In