The Rolex Submariner is likely the most popular luxury watch in production. It’s certainly the most popular Rolex. This iteration shakes it up a bit. Continue reading “Review: Meet the Hulk – The Green-on-Green Rolex Submariner”
Well, my dressy GO Senator is no more. I’ve had it for almost two years and it never got the wrist time that I thought it would. Continue reading “Traded: Review: Glashütte Original Senator Hand Date”
Wow. That’s a big name. For a big watch. And one of only two gold watches in my collection. (Well, not including a two-tone Rolex Datejust I received for graduation decades ago…)
When you think about the origins of the Rolex Submariner, something probably like the Tudor Heritage Black Bay should come to mind.
The El Primero movement is legendary – driving the first generation Rolex Daytonas for many years. A striking 10th complication – where that seconds hand FLIES around the dial once every 10 seconds is awesome (and I am sure my watchmaker will agree as no telling what it’s longevity might be. Continue reading “Review: Zenith El Primero Striking 10th”
Seiko threw everything but the kitchen sink at the SBGC001 and thankfully, most of it stuck. Continue reading “Review: Grand Seiko Chronograph”
It took Omega a few years, but they’ve finally released an adjustable bracelet clasp for micro-adjustments, and I like it. I like it better than the Rolex Glidelock. Continue reading “Omega’s Response to Rolex’s GlideLock”
“That looks just like a Rolex Datejust.” No, it doesn’t. It doesn’t at all. Continue reading “Review: Omega Constellation Globemaster”
I take a more in-depth look at the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chrono in this video.