I couldn't agree more, I love Govberg!
A lot of blue around here the last couple of days, which is definitely a good thing. I need blue in my life.
I think the red one is so distinctive it kind of has to be the Black Bay, but I'm liking the blue Black Bay too. And it seems the blue theme on TWAT has coincided with a lot of blue coming to Basel:
I like this steel 1945 a lot, so much more interesting and lovable with the blue dial and strap. And rose gold against blue looks awesome on the 1966, although the 3 o'clock date is like a herpes sore on Kate Upton.
As an interesting segue from the Black Bay, here's a real oddity that doesn't look like a Submariner or anything else. And it's blue. From Muehle:
Interesting back story on the three minute bezel markers. I'm not sure it's exactly beautiful, but it definitely looks serious and practical, and I'm liking the oddness of it. And did I mention it's blue?
(Stitchy and Frilly, blueness is coolness...)
Was just wondering the same...what have they done to it?
And three new jeweled platinum Daytonas for the gangster/oligarch/Bieber market. The age of the $127 Rolex. I think it's safe to say "not the purists' choice" in this instance.
I'm really interested to see how the red ceramic turns out on the "Pepsi II" (or at $30k+, I'm calling it the "Pepsi Pimp").
Oh wow...very very great