Casio G-Shock GPW-1000RAF – Hands-On Review

Casio with its G-Shock idea has more than 30 years of history with regards to strength. In 1981 a group of just three individuals drove by Kikuo Ibe was shaped to deliver a watch which could satisfy the Triple-10 idea; ready to oppose a 10 meter fall onto a hard surface, water impervious to 10 bar, long term battery life. In 1983 and more than 200 models later, Ibe’s group accompanied the principal G-Shock, the DW-5000.

Despite the colossal accomplishment it was back then, …

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Reader’s Story On The Ochs Und Junior Mese Watch

One of our perusers and watch fans, Richard, returned from a little assortment of watches to only one watch. In this story he reveals to you why he offered the entirety of his different watches to have only one watch; the ochs und junior mese (note the absence of capitalization).

My ochs und junior mese has been my day by day watch for over a year now. Time to record a few words about this exceptionally close to home watch and an extremely close to home watch company.

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Hands-On – Rolex Yachtmaster Ref. 116655 Everose And Its Oysterflex Bracelet

Hands-On – Rolex Yachtmaster Ref. 116655 Everose And Its Oysterflex Bracelet

As you’ve presumably read at this point, Rolex presented this new form of the Yachtmaster ( we did an outline on this moderately youthful Rolex assortment some time back ). While I wasn’t truly overpowered during Baselworld this year, Rolex – as consistently – made three neckbreakers for their 2015 assortment. I’m discussing their new line-up for 39mm Oyster Perpetual watches, the new Day-Date 40mm assortment and this Rolex Yachtmaster ref.11655 in Everose gold with …

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Squale at Baselworld 2015

On the morning of Day Two at Baselworld, colleague Blaise and I severed from the remainder of the Fratello group and wandered into Hall 2 to meet with a brand that appreciates a genuine faction like after: Squale. The two of us were intrigued to meet with the brand that produces reasonably evaluated plunge watches that have changed little plan savvy from their prime in the 1960’s. The aftereffect of our gathering was a fun, easygoing conversation over doppio coffees and some …

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#TBT Gallet Multichron Pilot

As I compose the most recent portion of #TBT some place over the Atlantic, peering down at my left wrist, I am continually helped to remember something; there is no equity in the realm of vintage watches. I say that since, supposing that equity genuinely won, the present included watch would be definitely more important than it is today. I’d be insane to propose that watches, for example, vintage Heuers are overrated in light of the fact that, as a sincere unrestricted economy ally, I accept …

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Hands-On Seiko SBDC027 “Sumo” 50th Anniversary Review

Last year I two or three Seiko looks for myself. Truth be told, I just did as such subsequent to seeing one of the JDM (Japan Domestic Models) in the Seiko store in Amsterdam. There I understood two things: 1. There is something else entirely to Seiko than I suspected, 2. I need to get familiar with every one of these epithets and reference numbers. Not long after I chose to pull the trigger on a Seiko Baby Tuna SRP231. A very cool looking dark watch with …

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