Features
Spotlight
Features
Featured Forums
Brand Forums
Lifestyle
Resources
ios

Blancpain: From the sound of things it would seem that few of you are familiar with Henrik's superb "Blancpain Blog"—a source of solid scholarship, with photos of peerless beauty.

Shashay on over there (as we'd say in the Midwest) and you won't be disappointed! [Shashay: verb (used without object); Informal; "to glide, move, or proceed easily or nonchalantly" ()] I'm late to Henrik's party, having discovered his site only a few weeks ago. But I was immediately struck by the s
2d
By: halgedahl
0

Independents: Congratulations, Mike!

Now you can Ming le with the other WPSers who have received theirs recently. I must say the watch is growing on me. Be sure to tell us more as you wear it and discover more of its hidden charms! Fred
9d
By: halgedahl
0

Seiko: Late to the party, but better late than...

Hi all! I've only one (GS SBGW003; produced in 2002 in a limited edition of 300 for the JDM) and it's all Mike's fault. Stumbling onto this rare bird for sale on another forum, and searching the Internet for info. on the watch, I chanced upon cazalea's comprehensive series of posts on the SBGW serie
10d
By: halgedahl
1

Seiko: Yes, I agree, nasseriq. I came soooo close to nabbing one of the first issue. Should have. Ai me… How many others might we put in that category? Yes, Mike. More often!

(If the watch seems a tad thick, there's always the enviable column wheel movement to fall back on.) It was, and is, a buy. Have good Sundays all! FH
20d
By: halgedahl
0

Seiko: Red for me, as well. The size of the case is perfect. Enlarge it even 2mm and the proportions are thrown off.

I also prefer the more prominent bezel, which makes it an added element. The Sport's bezel tries to disappear. I suppose watch companies must tinker with the tried & true for customers who demand this and that. Seems a shame, though. We all know when something hits the mark. If that particular w
27d
By: halgedahl
0