I have to admit I’m a Breitling fanboy. I’m a sucker for their videos and all the machismo that is imbued in them. I really like their analogue / digital models too. The Aerospace is a winner with me and so is this beauty. The new Cockpit B50. Here is what Breitling say about it and I ain’t arguing – hey I’m a fanboy!
The ultimate pilot’s instrument
Breitling once again establishes itself as the…
When designing this watch Christopher Ward were inspired by the dashboards of vintage Aston Martin dashboards which they saw at the Gaydon Heritage Museum. The salient features of the Mk11 version which I have added to my watch collection, are a slightly bigger 39mm case and a single piece optic white dial, resulting in a wonderfully uncluttered and simple chronograph dial. This has been on my…
Each month I will post a top ten of the watches on my want list. It is a very personal list and generally will be of watches that I can actually aspire too. It is not a list I intend to tick off as life isn’t that kind and in truth it has been a long while now since I actually bought a watch, but if funds came available it would be something off this list. Each month the list will change slightly as desires and wants change, or as watches become unavailable and so on. So here is my list for May, with photos following.
1. Breitling Aerospace Evo – Grey edition.
2. Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase – blue edition.
3. Chopard Monaco Historique MF Time Attack.
4. Christopher Ward C70 – D Type
5. Junkers Bauhaus Power Reserve Automatic.
6. Hamilton Pan Europ three Hander
7. Autodromo Prototipo – orange and silver edition.
8. Chopard Monaco Historique 2014 Edition Chronograph.
9. Christopher Ward C3 Chronograph – optic white edition.
10. Rolex Milgauss Blue Face.
Now, have fun thinking what your top ten would be!The Watch Wall of Want – July 2014 Each month I will post a top ten of the watches on my want list. It is a very personal list and generally will be of watches that I can actually aspire too.
Christopher Ward has released some new C70 Watches. The D – Type Chronograph featured here from £499 and the C70 3527 GT Chronometer – Limited Edition at £2150 This is expensive basically because it is a COSC chronometer and it has a piece of an Old Ferrari tucked behind some sapphire crystal glass on the back of the watch. Lovely we say, but not for us.. Check it out though at Christopherward.…
Acknowledging Greatness: Frederique Constant Introduces the 2014 Runabout Chronograph Automatic Collection
Passion comes in many forms. Mr. Carlo Riva exhibited his passion through the design of the sleek, wooden power boats that graced the planet’s finest lakes from 1950. In 1998, the Riva Historical Society was founded with the aim of locating and aiding in the conservation and…