They’re selling the most analog of analog products - then penny pinch on the catalog and take it digital. The irony of it all. If customers follow that logic too - we should all be wearing quartz or no watch at all
youtu.be See link above. While doing some research on a 4x4 to buy, I came across this link of a respected overland 4x4 adventurer and video blogger talking about his prized possession: a Rolex Submariner. We often forget - because of waiting lists, collectors frenzy and odd WIS details like tro
My custom Habring with a red seconds hand, luminova syringe hands and hand engraved balance cock on a dark blue, handstitched blue Epsom leather strap. Base model is a limited edition originally produced for the UK. Not the most expensive piece, but a carefree daily, highly legible and a joy to wear
CBs have unfortunately drifted into crazy money territory. Kind of defeats the whole purpose when FPJ launched these to tap into a potentially younger clientele and broaden appeal during tough economic times. Glad I still got mine at retail and without wait a few years ago. Just walked into a boutiq
I find the Urban Jurgensen One a more compelling execution of the indie sports watch theme at a third of the price. KV is of course on a different level, but this particular model just doesn’t appeal to me much. Anyway, am sure every single one of these pieces will have found a buyer already.
... based on standalone design aesthetics and size. Classic. In terms of value for money would rather get a custom made piece from Torsti Laine and have some change left to buy a few Longines retro re-editions.