Folks, starting a little early as I have to get on the road. Let's show us some bling, gold or whatever...a watch that tells the world, I don't care, I'm cool anyhow. For me, it could be a modern Pink Gold Laureato.... Or maybe a gold vintage alarm (would
Ok, folks, time to prepare for the upcoming WristScan on Friday. Our theme this week will be: Show us your "Tony Soprano" watch. So what does that mean? A watch that kind of has the right level of bling that tells everyone "don't mess with me" So take you
For me, since the last week end, and for the rest of the week, it is and will be my Rolex Explorer II 1655. Its big 24 hours orange hand and its unusual dial give me a lot of pleasure. A watch I didn't wear for a while but which is stuck on my wrist, now.
. . . will be yours truly. Before launching into category finalists, I'd like to share one more personal hero, or more accurately, set of heroes. The Sullivan Brothers exemplified the virtues of patriotism and sacrifice. They enlisted together after Pearl
. . . along with the watch currently adorning your wrist. The first to ever completely absorb my attention is still at the very top. Third generation Omega central, ca '01, with blue gold dial. Chances of acquisition: none. So, a true grail. ;-) Next on t
. . . just for one day." David Bowie Everyone's a hero at least once; by the same token, we all have heroes who inspire us. Vin Scully, the broadcaster of the Los Angeles Dodgers for six decades, has been one of mine ever since I can remember. His wit, ch
. . . heroes. Be ready to share those who inspire you. Vin Scully, voice of the Dodgers . . . . . . is one of mine. I'll have a few more to share when I start the thread ~ 5 AM Friday in Singapore's time zone. Please be ready to share yours, along with th
Thanks to all of you for another fascinating WS week. As the weekend is slowly coming to an end, it’s time for verdicts. As always, there’s a steely eyed and even handed jury at work, consisting of: - NT931 for Static - Watchonthewrist for Wristshot and -