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Audemars Piguet: 15202, without hesitation

In my view, if there is one reference to own from AP, it's this one. Absolute classic.
2d
By: Boris
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Rolex: I think that the 16610 is one of the most overlooked Rolex Submariner references

Frankly, if I was going for a modern Sub reference, that’s what I would get.
2d
By: Boris
0

WristScan: That picture is awesome

Thanks for sharing
3d
By: Boris
0

WristScan: Wrist scan, literally

Small fracture on the left wrist from falling on my running forehand, trying to emulate Djokovic, resulting in X-rays and MRI. Not really bad, I am already back to playing. My favorite cities are Singapore and Hong Kong, but I will go with HK with my traditional shot over Jumbo restaurant in Aberdee
3d
By: Boris
5

WristScan: I took the wrist scan a bit too literally this week

Having undergone x-rays + MRI for a small fracture following a fall in tennis, thinking I could over-extend on my running forehand like Djokovic. Quite minor, won't be too much of an issue, I am already back into playing (thank God for my one handed backhand). For the theme of today, I am a bit torn
4d
By: Boris
3

Glashütte Original: I have tried both models...

...and I much prefer the 39.5mm one. Beautiful execution, looked great on my 17.5cm wrist There's 2 things I didn't like: - the 40 hours power reserve. The standard nowadays seems to be 70 hours, and 40 just feels outdated. This is 2019, not 1979. - the price of EUR 8,500 is completely unrealistic.
9d
By: Boris
0

TimeOut: No scrum, no game

England was never going to win this being dominated like this in the scrum. I was supporting England , but the Boks were much better on the night. No contest.
17d
By: Boris
2

Rolex: True

I guess it's a vicious circle: no stock means disgruntled customers, and it eventually rubs off on the staff
18d
By: Boris
1