is.... REEDICULOUS. What I call my "Vegas' watch... it's the sort of watch I would buy after I had everything else I wanted... not a watch that 'matters' to me but one that fires up lust! Now, the green dial Daytona is the same, but even more so. Ultimately will aslo be far more valuable/trade-able.
For my own eyes, I would never confuse the mighty MB with a Patek... but yes, generally can not argue... But the GP --at a brief glance--sometimes gets me thinking it's a Patek... And agree with the movement comment. GP in general 'desperately' needs to update several movements. With that said, I al
quite an endorsement. I would agree with all you said, except --as a hardcore collector--you know they are not in the same league--because the League is the Unobtainable. Now with that said, I love this watch and really, all the versions of it. But until it becomes a waiting list watch, it is 'just'
There is a problem though... at a glance it is continually mistaken for a Patek... plat 5070... many may see it for what it is... a beautiful luxury watch... but it has this 'visual problem' for seasoned collectors... on the other hand... wearing it out in the wild... who would ever know? Or care? T
Starbucks is so generic, so meaningless... it has no humor, no character ... and in terms of COLOR, it literally makes no sense... Starbucks is green and white...absent of black... but even if it made visual sense... why diminish this watch with a nick name that brings to mind a caffeine junkie wait
It looks like it is responding to the current trend of Moser dials... Moser is like Panerai 15 years ago, when Panerai's influence made ALL watches 3-7 plus MM bigger... If you appreciate how much Panerai influenced the SIZE of watches... Take a moment to appreciate how much Moser has influenced the