Today on review we have another distinguished Oris wristwatch at an equally brilliant price from our ore-owned site: https://www.thewatchsource.co.uk/preowned/ ! In 1938 Oris first released the Oris Big Crown. Yet the designs we see Oris release today are un-recognisable from the original. So how and why has the design changed and what are the Big … Continue reading Oris Big Crown ProPilot Big Date 41mm (01 751 7697 4264-07 5 20 15GFC): Hands on review & unboxing.
Not all diving watches are created equally.
A quick read this week featuring the breath taking Franck Muller Vanguard Yachting (V 45 CC DT 5N BL) and a useful tip that you can use with any analogue watch, be it automatic or mechanical! Our TWS top tip for today is how to use your analogue watch as a compass. If you are … Continue reading How to use your watch as a compass. Featuring the Franck Muller Vanguard Yachting (V 45 CC DT 5N BL)
These watches are virtually identical, yet different as night and day!
Today on review we have a brand spanking new Oris Aquis Date Ref: 01 733 7730 4157-07 5 24 10EB. We all have grail watches, and while reviewing watches that the vast majority of us can't afford is a lot of fun, It's about time we reviewed something that won't break the bank, but will still … Continue reading Oris Aquis Date (01 733 7730 4157-07 5 24 10EB): hands on review & unboxing.
This watch needs little introduction and there is a lot of hype surrounding Royal Oak Offshore models so we'll take a look at just how unique this steel beast is!
Whilst we have so many Rolexes here at The Watch Source Pre-Owned site: https://www.thewatchsource.co.uk/preowned/ we decided it is about time we reviewed one of these stunning pieces. Beginning with arguable, one of the most superb pieces of all the Rolex range, the two-tone GMT-Master II 116713LN. HISTORY: As with many of Rolex's creations and if … Continue reading Rolex GMT-Master II (116713LN): Hands on review & unboxing.
It is clear to see the elegant nature of this piece from our extensive in house photograph. But, the experience of this stunning watch needs more description than just photos can provide.
Some polished, some brushed, some with accents of colour others in a functional mono-tone and some made with precious metals compared to the stark, cold stainless steel of its siblings. All begs one big question, are these watches tools, or jewels?
Breitling themselves describe the Avenger Hurricane 50 as "beyond superlatives". Bold claims, just how impressive is the is it?