I was fortunate enough to work at the intersection of North and Luckie streets in Atlanta for over four years. 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?”
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”
Good :60 ad from Rolex last night during the Oscars. Good but not great. Continue reading “Rolex & Film Fans Rejoice With Ad During Oscars”
There’s something about a white-face Rolex. You’ve got the Daytona with a beautiful white face. You have the Yacht Master II with it’s HUGE white face with blue accents. And you have the Explorer II. Continue reading “Rolex Explorer II (Polar)”
While this was my first luxury watch, it would be several decades before the watch collector itch would overtake me. Did I start out on the right foot?
I think the Milgauss was the second or third pre-owned Rolex that I bought when I started building my watch collection a few years ago. It was the crystal that attracted me to this watch. The green sapphire makes the dial appear almost brown when you look at it from an angle. Continue reading “Rolex Milgauss GV”