I was fortunate enough to work at the intersection of North and Luckie streets in Atlanta for over four years. Most folks in Atlanta would know that as the headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company. For a marketer, leading social media at The Coca-Cola Company was the world’s greatest job. For a watch collector, it made the Rolex GMT “Coke or Pepsi” decision relatively easy. So, knowing all that, do you really have to ask my bezel preference? Continue reading “Review: Rolex GMT II (16710) Coke or Pepsi? Seriously?”
Earlier this year, IWC came out with their new DaVinci line of timepieces. And I was a bit bummed. Continue reading “Quick Review: The IWC DaVinci Chrono – Is it Ugly? I don’t think so… I bought it twice.”
Saturday, May 13, 2017
My Oris “dressier” watch hasn’t seen a lot of wrist time lately, so I put it on this morning. The fact that this watch has a 10-day reserve, a beautiful (but simple) movement and is relatively thin makes it a keeper in my book. Continue reading “Quick Review: What’s Adam Wearing Today? Oris Caliber 111 10-Day”
Micro rotor. You had me at micro rotor. But a brown faced, titanium cased, automatic Panerai Radiomir with a 1940 crown is a whole lot of awesome, too. Continue reading “Quick Review: Brown Face, Titanium Case & Micro Rotor PAM 619!”
Sooner or later, every watch collector worth their salt gets into Seikos. And every Seiko collector worth their salt owns a Turtle. Guilty. And guilty.
I’ll admit it. It took me a while to appreciate quartz watches, especially ones that take batteries. I have a few Citizen Eco-Drives, a few Seiko Solars, a Seiko Kinetic, some Casio Solars and the Breitling B-50. But this is the only quartz in my collection that takes a battery (the Breitling B-50 is rechargeable).