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Mimicking the front of the watch, the rear has a small porthole where you can view the mechanical automatic movement. The discs themselves are a slightly textured metal, which adds a nice look, and whereby the front and rear of the watch can complement each other. I also like the addition of the folding clasp on the soft leather strap.
The movement inside is a high-grand ETA 2893-2 that is modified a bit and decorate. This is ETA's best GMT movement. The case itself is 38.5mm wide and antimagnetic. It is also water resistant to 300 meters making it a viable diver's watch. In addition to the rubber strap, there are also various leather straps available. Continuing with its "customization" theme, RGM offers various hands for the North Pointer watch based on your tastes.
RGM makes watches in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, which is a hub of American watch making. In fact, the majority of hands-on watch making that occurs in America today is in, or near Pennsylvania. A fact that strikes me as curious given the remote nature of some of these towns, but makes sense if you compare it to fine German and Swiss watch making towns. You'd be surprised to know that most of the independent watch makers in Germany and Switzerland are based in old farmhouses or alike building in tiny rural areas. take the famous Glashutte region, which is basically a one street village. I don't know why this is, but it must mean that watch makers don't like to be bothered. Thus, you'll find a lot of homegrown American watch making in what is essentially Amish country. Go Figure.
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Surprisingly, Ball Watch Co. is about to release a relatively straight-forward and simple watch. I am a big fan of the brand, but lately their new watches have been getting functionally (and cosmetically) more and more complex. I always have appreciated their simple masculine looks that weren't trying to hard to be something they were not.
These two watches are not cheap, with the IWC likely to be much more ($$$$$$). Regardless they are amazingly impressive, with my pick being the IWC Portuguese Tourbillon Mystère Squelette, although the Patek Philippe is an amazing depiction of what a traditional skeletonized watch should be. Overall, these watches are something that you wear to look at, being distracted by the generous level of detail, only to forget to check what time it is, and back again for another look.
The retail price on the Dievas Oceantimer 1330 Blue is 0, a pretty easily absorbed price for a decent beater watch, or something fully usable for all diving needs. One is available on eBay now for under 0, and represents, in my opinion, a very good value. Dievas watches are hard to come by in the US, so your only option is to buy online at the moment.
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Make of the dial design what you will. Love it or hate it, you can appreciate the different textures as well as use of symmetry and asymmetry on the same palette. Interestingly enough, they place the "+" and "-" indicators for the power reserve on the opposite side from the actual power reserve hand. This allows for an unbroken view of the sunburst array stemming from the power reserve hand; an interesting compromise between design and function.
Then you'll find a flat gray ring with the Roman numerals attached to it. There is also a date window (with nicely beveled edges) neatly included on this surface. Move in more and you'll see a lighter gray surface with a circular texturing that has the necessary text. "Tiffany & Co," and on mine "Certified Chronometer" above "Automatic." That lets you know that this watch has been sent to the Chronometer certification organization in Switzerland (as stated before, the watch also comes with the certificate), and that this version of the watch is not the lesser quartz model. I like everything about the dial and face. I've considered whether or not the darker gray area (where the Roman numeral are located) needed to be spruced up a bit, but then decided that the face would have looked to busy if that were the case.
So where does all this leave me feeling? Still pretty satisfied. I can't help but be impressed with all the materials that went into the watch, the finely decorated movement, and the fact that it is very accurate. Tiffany & Co. may have a few things (or a lot) to learn about pleasing the discerning watch connoisseur, but I still smile with satisfaction each time I look to check the time. The Mark T-57 is an admirable timepiece with lasting aesthetic appeal, that just seems to feel good. While it's not perfect in my opinion as a candidate for a "if I had to own one watch" contest, it does make a fine addition to a collection, and I know I'll wear it often with pride.
The entire Classic Cronos line for VW is very well priced at between 123-249 euros. A lot of what you are paying for is the look of course. Inside are Swiss Ronda quartz movements and the dials just feature the hour and minute. The standard gauge pointer that was on the original dial is the minute hand, and you'll notice how an hour hand was slyly inserted in the mix. The odometer on each of the dials is set to the year of the VW gauge's first appearance, just to remind you. That is a nice little touch, and exactly what I would expect from the Germans.
When you see a new watch that you like. You pick it up and may think to yourself, "they really make a nice watch." This would be the logical thing to say, but a more accurate statement a lot of the time would be, "they assemble a really nice watch." And sometimes not even that. Don't kid yourself into thinking that most small watch makers and brands (both large and small) are able to make and design everything themselves. You already know that for the most part, watch movements are all sourced, and more often than not, the components that make up your watch come from many places.
So what is it that makes looking at these Chinese themed Ernst Benz Chronoscope watches so pleasant? Well for one we all seem to love red and black. Be it red with black trim, or black with red trim, it always looks cool. You could take a 30 dollar Casio and make it black with red trim; instantly cool. Then, you have something us Westerners are not used to; Chinese numerals. No, I can't read them, but based on their location, I can guess they number 1 through 12. Actually, the "8" is distinct as it indicated "08" for the year of the Olympics. And, as many of you know, 8 is a lucky number in Chinese culture.
Let's take a closer look at the dimensions and construction of the case. One thing that is hard to tell from just looking at the watch is that it is very thin for its features. At just 11mm thick, this is one of the thinnest "durable" watches around. While I don't mind a thicker watch, it is nice to know that the Two-Timer slides under sleeves with ease. The watch is long and wide, but not to an unreasonable extent. I have pretty small wrists and was always comfortable with its size of 50mm long and 30mm-46mm wide at its widest point. The dial itself is a perfect 40mm wide (with the bezel). Look at the side of the case and you'll notice two notched areas on each side. These are more than decorative and are design to accept the Land or Sea Instruments. These are computerized modules made by Linde Werdelin that are designed to clip onto the top of the watches. See the images for a red colored Land Instrument attached to the dial. The Land Instrument itself deserves another review, which it will receive.
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There really isn't too much more to say while the phone is in concept phase. As I mentioned before, we totally have the ability to produce this phone, and the fact that the designer, Manon Maneenawa was given an award of ,000 for the design (even if he was a fashion designer) must mean that some people are more than simply interested in producing this interesting phone and timepiece.
I swear, this watch has no real name, just "model m188.8.131.52." That looks almost like an IP address. Marvin refers to it as part of the M109 collection. So for the purposes of this article, I will just call it the Marvin watch or M109 (even though there are other M109 watches in various colors and styles). They should have called it something cool like the "Squaropolis." Yea, I just made that name up. The company shares the story of many current watch companies: it started a long time ago (1850). Died, then came back via a name purchase. This was about a year ago, and the company was wise enough to have a wide enough range of prices to make them accessible. Their watches are prices from about 0 - 00, and they offer both men's and women's watches with mechanical or quartz movements.
"Well, I don't know. What makes these.... Jaeger LeCoultre watches.... better than what I've got now?"