Breitling themselves describe the Avenger Hurricane 50 as "beyond superlatives". Bold claims, just how impressive is the is it?
Rolex Submariner Date-116610LV: Introduction As far as icons of the watch industry go, the Rolex Submariner is in a class of its own. For many years now the famous model has been arguably the most sought after watch ever made. Demand has not slowed down. Take a look at the Submariners that are cast from … Continue reading Rolex Submariner Date (116610LV) and Tudor Heritage Black Bay (79230G): Hands on review & comparison
A Big GMT For The Modifier At Heart Unboxing Review: Panerai Luminor GMT 44mm [PAM00088] Of all watch makers, Panerai package their watches in the most understated box of all of them. And could perhaps be called modest, although we are still talking about a £5.5K watch. And talking about such an expensive item as modest … Continue reading Panerai Luminor GMT 44mm: Unboxing Review [PAM00088]
An Affordable Moonphase, Tripple date Chronograph Watch! Longines Master Collection L2.6184.108.40.206 This is another example of how well Longings creates quality mechanical time pieces at a fraction of the price that others would charge. It has a RRP of £2,070 (at time of publishing), with the next cheapest similar watch that I’ve found is the Zenith El Primero … Continue reading Longines Master Collection Moon Phase: Unboxing Review [L2.6220.127.116.11]
An Excellent Traditional Dress Watch Unboxing Review: Breguet Classique [5277bb/12/9v6] The Breguet Classique 5277 encapsulates what Breguet is all about. Originally founded in 1775 by Abraham-Louis Breguet, they have grown into one of the most prestigious watchmakers in the world. They have been leading innovators in the watch-making industry and are the inventors of the … Continue reading Breguet Classique 5277: Unboxing Review [5277bb/12/9v6]
Perhaps the most recognisable watch on the face of the planet - the Rolex Submariner is such a tremendously iconic and timeless design, from the biggest luxury watch brand in the world.
The Rolex Yachtmaster II is a very peculiar watch in that it's just so spectacularly different to every other watch in the 'Oyster Perpetual' family that Rolex makes! It's like some rebellious sea-faring child of the Titan 44mm Deepsea  and the more sophisticated 40mm Yacht-Master.
The Oyster Perpetual DateJust II is one of Rolex's most horologically simple watches, with the only added complication being a simple date function. This Iconic watch has a striking presence on the wrist but is less blingy and showy than other Rolex's; the watch commands a high level of respect without appearing overly flamboyant. The Oyster Perpetual DateJust II is one of Rolex's most horologically simple watches, with the only added complication being a simple date function. This Iconic watch has a striking presence on the wrist but is less blingy and showy than other Rolex's; the watch commands a high level of respect without appearing overly flamboyant.
This mountainous 47mm wide Oris is truly gigantic in size at a whopping 47mm wide and has a substantial 17.7mm case depth. It is not only Oris's first watch of its kind; but, 'the world's first automatic watch with a mechanical altimeter'.
Initially when opening the box for the Omega X-33 Skywalker Solar Impulse (ref. 318.104.22.168.03.001). I was a little apprehensive: this, is a quartz movement watch, from a company that increasingly wants to be seen as a truly luxury brand, by making more mechanical watches. The bright green and blue colours are strong and catch the eye, but lacks a little sophistication in my option. But overtime it’s a design that has grown on me. The casing is built from dark looking grade 2 titanium with an excellent matte brush finish, which maintains its crispness around stylistic detailing, and reminds the wearer of its status as a tool watch. It is a comfortable 45mm wide with two buttons on either side of the face keeping multiple lines of strong symmetry.