Quote:Originally Posted by alpyigit
Killing time at the airport with my Moser while waiting for the flight.. Indoor picture, hence the crappy shot..
I find that Moser Mayu one of the most amazing watches in it's class/style.
[quote name="Keith T"
LesMust, I wrongly figured you for strictly a Cartier collector. Lovely JLC.[/quote]
You're very right Keith T, I am a Cartier guy, since many years actually,
but I do appreciate some models by other brands as...
Hi NoFrills, Thank you for your compliment about the article! Cool that you read it.
Navy blue would certainly match this Reverso very well and better than this dull black croc.
I have on order, from Jean Rousseau in Paris, a very dark...
A watch I bought earlier this year, the Reverso by Jaeger LeCoultre.
Wonder what you guys think of the red dial.
Before I bought the watch, I was afraid that it was hard to match with suits and shirts, but it is actually an easy
Another timeless watch since the very early twenties is the Cartier Tank.
Even today the Tank is an ideal watch for any occasion.
Tank Americiane one of the later creations is probably the most popular
among man, due to it's size and...
This week I was swimming with my black Santos carbon in the South of France
and found it very exiting to see the watch in the blue water.
First time I had a swim with a watch that had no steel bracelet
I wrote an article with pictures...
Quote:Originally Posted by zippyh
RL also use IWC and JLC sourced movements.
Do you also know who produces these RL timepieces?
I do not know anything about their production and just assumed it was Piaget.
Nice is indeed a beautiful city, as is the whole coastline in the South of France.
I am not French myself and only live there since 5 years now.
But if I am honest, I prefer the US for living.
Ralph Lauren and Richemont. That...