On the surface, you’d think this was JLC trying to channel their inner Richard Mille. But once you look a little deeper, you realize that this truly is a watch from JLC’s LABoratory. It is by far and away the most complex watch in my collection.Continue reading “Quick Review: JLC Master Compressor Extreme LAB2”
Two-handed. Yellow gold. Hand wound. The Swiss watch royalty of VC. And crazy-thin. Re-meet the Patrimony.Continue reading “Quick Review: Thin is In. The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony”
What’s the easiest (and sometimes cheapest) thing you can do to give an older watch a new look? New shoes.Continue reading “Bracelet vs Strap: I Put My Grand Seiko Chrono GMT on Leather. What do you think?”
I like it. Most people I know don’t care for this one.Continue reading “Does This Watch Scare You?”
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.”
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).