The strategy works this way. Thieves work are usually two, on two different scooters. The first one hits your rearviewmirror and does not stop. Once you roll down the window in order to put the mirror in the correct place again, the second thieve pops up with the scooter and rips the watch from your
I fully agree with you. I live in Italy and started feel uncomfortable wearing Patek and Rolex unless the watch sits under the sleeve and cannot be noticed. While in the past thieves targeted Rolex at the wrists of drivers (in Italy they developed the so called "rearviewmirror strategy"), now it bec
My grandfather bought this beauty in the 50s but never wore it too much: as a result, it has been sitting in the bank safe for 35+ years. As I turned 50, my father passed it to me. I do love Patek and I think this is one of the Rolex most close to Pateks for style and elegance.