It seems to be from a video I just briefly saw, but reality can sometimes be different. Your picture above has got me thinking about this watch quite a bit. I don't need dress watches as often as I used to, but sometimes the need arises. With the rubber strap, its more a 'classy' sports watch, rathe
I take off my Rolex when playing, I feel it restricts my wrist movement during the swing - and also one less thing to worry about losing or damaging on a round!! Although your rubber strap might make it a lot easier. I haven't played Yas Links yet, but heard they've recreated a true links course the
I have always found the Japanese culture to be that way in many regards. When approaching something new, it is done with humility and recognition that 'I am here to learn'. They spend a long long time mastering small details whereas other countries would have cut those corners a long time ago! Comme
But essentially he went to Scotland, learnt the trade, married a Scottish lady, Rita, who moved to Japan and helped setup this distillery. This being the 1920s and 30s makes it all the more interesting, considering the world was a hell of a lot less global than it is now. Rita, posthumously. has bec
When you first showed this piece, I really liked it. But I like it more and more every time I see it. Open worked, but solid blue subdials (a beautiful hue of blue) and the dial outer ring. Beautiful piece! And of course the movement is displayed so well.