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”
Today I’m bringing out the Tudor Advisor. I like this watch and the alarm complication. It loud but not quite as loud as the alarm on my JLC Master Compressor Extreme World. Continue reading “WAWT: Tudor Heritage Advisor”
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.
Good :60 ad from Rolex last night during the Oscars. Good but not great. Continue reading “Rolex & Film Fans Rejoice With Ad During Oscars”
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”