Watch online retailer Watch Finder usually highlights watches that could be swapped for a car and sometimes even a house. Acknowledging the car-swapping shenanigans, they have produced a video that looks at affordable options from big-name watch bands.
This bureau recalls The Watch Snob’s advice: Stretch the buyer’s budget, stretch it as far as possible, wait as long as you can to add to that budget, and then buy just one watch.
The cheap options are handy, but some patience and budget stretching will lead to an outcome that will satisfy for years to come.
For those who want to steer clear of the busy Navitimer watch style then Longines is going to happily slide onto the wrist.
Longines is enhancing two of its most popular models with a shock of colour in a revamp of classic watch design. Models in five different shades make summery new additions to the DolceVita and La Grande Classique lines in a celebration of bold block colour.
There is a design code at Grand Seiko known as the “Grand Seiko Style”, which is a set of nine principles that Grand Seiko follows that gives a distinctive look and is used to inspire every new creation. In 1967 the Grand Seiko 44GS was the first watch that embodied this very style and now 55 years later, it is being commemorated with the SBGJ255 a Hi-Beat 36000 GMT.