For myself... curious what dial variants will be offered. The blue is amazing, yet for myself... something more tool-like, subdued may sway me... an unusual gray... a black with some character... or---OFF WHITE would be dynamic and spectacularly unexpected... I see this watch in variations coming...
my son wants to try PEKING DUCK in Los Angeles. Where do you recommend? Or does anyone recommend a place that is divine in Southern Ca?? I understand this is a dish that requires genuine expertise? Am I right? I know next to nothing about this dish, but it seems to have captured my son's imagination
It's a non-progressive 'clone', it could have been a major advancement but was not. The PR is 'lazy' by current standards. Now remember, this is a very recent 'new' movement. Not 15 yrs ago. IWC did not innovate. IWC did not even improve the clone. Except it's better looking of course. Again, correc
but I PREFER Blancpain (generally, but not always) is RG because their RG is MATTE, and CRAZY beautiful. Shrug. It's silly to take the sport aspect of any watch too seriously as a collector because we know it will never be used as such and likely babied... double shrug... I happen to love Blancpain
Shrug... what else is there? Yellow? Gotta be green. Not a conspiracy, just the obvious next novelty... a color you can live with if not 'too green', which most of these are not... there's only a few colors people can 'stand', after black, silver, off-white, blue. Every other color is a passing mood