Mohannad (aka Riddler)
Will these be the new hot steel pieces
I must say both dials are very attractive
And a side by side with my 15202
Oops now I have an itch
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Two great pieces.
The overseas is finally getting the recognition it deserves. As nice as the gen 3 is I still prefer my gen 2 74047. I like the textured dial more than the sunburst. I do like the fact that they dropped it 1mm and you can’t argue the sapphire caseback and ...
I got the black one and....
it's one of only two watches that ever got me a compliment by a non-watch-person. I think that the blue and black Versions have completely different characters. I didn't like the blue Version, but think the black one is fantastic. For others it's differen...
I've always liked them
And I believe that, given the good quality compared to many watches in high demand, they are hugely under rated. Honestly, I would buy one instead of paying a premium on a Submariner, be it a Hulk, or a Sea Dweller. They put the owner in a distinctive are...
I think the gen 3 is fantastic
The chronograph in particular. Beautifully finished and very comfortable on the wrist. Given the in-house movement I think I'd choose it over the ROC.
Generally not a fan of the over-styled Overseas line...
I have always felt the Overseas line...gen 1, 2 and 3, is over-styled, with a much too heavy reliance on the Maltese Cross motif (mostly with respect to the bezel). Gen 1 looks antiquated and much too 70s to my eyes (but I generally don't like 70s styles ...
VC is simply the best
I love their bracelets. Best design in the industry in my opinion. The royal oak although nice pulls hair and is sharp on the inside. At least for me.
Ive been reading and watching reviews of the Gen3..
Both the 3 hander and the GMT model for the past couple of weeks. I'm not sure what drove me to these reviews. I'm checking myself if I'm just generally ticked off about not even being able to "dream" of getting a sports Rolex given the current supply / A...
I am a big big fan of the Overseas 3 I realize many many collectors prefer the AP but somehow that watch never convinced me. Some of you replied that the Overseas is “over designed”, well I beg to differ and would call the Nautilus over designed I’ve got ...
I’m considering buying the Overseas 3 time only for my son as well. The alternative is a Rolex Explorer (the latest one 39 mm) he is turning 30 soon Your advice?
Pulled the trigger
Bought my son the Explorer. It’s a great watch. He wear it everywhere and it’s virtually indestructible.