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aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

Watch collectors are obsessed with marking times in their lives that were significant, but sometimes we just want to take inventory of how the personal collection has fared in the past year. So, I asked the aBlogtoWatch Editors what was the one addition to their personal collections this year that just stands out. We all as collectors (that includes you readers) do so much buying, selling, and trading, of our watches, that it’s the pieces that you just know have earned something of a “tenure” in the collection that deserve some special attention.

I know you’re probably just scrolling down to the watches right now, but I’d really love to hear from you guys about the watch you got this past year that is just the standout. So, you know what to do: share your thoughts in the comments. Really, I’m so much more curious about our readers and their acquisitions than I was about my fellow aBlogtoWatch Editors (no offense, guys), so keep it civil and here are our picks!

P.S. I don’t usually play favorites, but… David won.

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

Ariel Adams: Cartier Santos 100 Ref. W200728G

A few years ago I reviewed the previous generation Cartier Santos 100 watch for men and ended up enjoying it a lot more than I thought. In 2018 Cartier introduced a totally new Santos model and while I think they did an excellent job, I actually personally liked the chunkiness and sportier design of the outgoing model just slightly more. Lucky for me I was able to find the exact model I wanted that came on the matching bracelet, which for me is critical in giving the Santos its iconic look. In addition to being surprisingly comfortable on the wrist, what I love most about the Cartier Santos is specifically that not everyone loves it. Some collector friends I have adorn it with praise while others admonish me for what they see as being differing taste. I just smile and say “I don’t care what you think because I love it and I have a good reason for it.”

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

David Bredan: Konstantin Chaykin Joker

It’s got to be the Konstantin Chaykin Joker, no doubt it. Fortunately for me, the Joker is all sold out – many times over – and while Konstantin I know is actively working on many other exciting projects, some based on the Joker, this gives me much needed time to put my review together. I say this because it’s going to be extremely difficult to do this watch, and yet more so the way it makes me feel, at least some sort of justice. In a nutshell, though, I can say that I find the Joker to be absolutely brilliant for a host of reasons, the most important of them all being that it makes me feel like no other watch, no matter how expensive and desirable, ever could. It takes a whole lot more to get that done than just to put a face on a watch, but the great complexities and achievements of the Joker remain to be unveiled in the full review. Until then, I urge you to read my report from the time I visited Konstantin Chaykin in his manufacture in Moscow. That will tell you a large part of the puzzle.

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

Bilal Khan: Rolex Milgauss 116400GV

I’ve been obsessed with the Rolex Milgauss 116400GV with the Z-Blue dial and green sapphire crystal for years now and after a gnarly two-week stay in the hospital this fall, there was no better time for a “life’s too short, get the watch” moment. I spent a lot of time gazing at the super-magnetic machines used to perform X-Rays and other scans and to distract myself I often found myself thinking about a host of more cheerful things including, of course, watches. Specifically, I got to thinking about the scientists, researchers, engineers, and others that the original Rolex Milgauss was designed for decades ago.

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

I know it’s not the most magnetic resistant watch out there (props to Omega) but I love how much personality and unique design flair this particular Rolex has. Plus, I love orange hands on watches (I think have the only two contemporary Rolex watches with an orange hand with the ‘Guass joining the Explorer II 216570) and I can’t put my love of the lightning-bolt seconds hand into words.

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

Zach Piña: Panerai Radiomir 1940 PAM 655

I’m not sure if I’ve just grown tired of dive watches, or if I’ve finally settled on the only ones I’ll ever enjoy actually wearing and diving with, but this year marked something of a shift in my collection as I chased down the perfect “GADA” (Go-Anywhere-Do-Anything) watch. The criteria were relatively simple: it couldn’t be too common, and it had to have at least 100m of water resistance (bonus points for screwed crown & caseback) and some luminous element in a classic design that could be dressed up on leather, or down on rubber. The specificity of the search turned to be a liberating factor, as it marked a conscious shift in focus away from more conventional and ubiquitous choices, rekindling the joy of finding ‘just’ the right watch.

It ultimately ended with the Panerai Radiomir 1940 PAM 655, which in many ways, represents everything that dyed-in-the-wool ‘wristi are supposed to hate: it’s ‘only’ 42mm and whisper-thin, it has a gorgeous in-house movement, and comes with an “un-resellable” (the forum’s words, not mine) white dial. But it’s this surprisingly rare combination of high-end finishing with supreme wearability and classic capability that makes it such a brilliant GADA dark horse, and easily one of Panerai’s most underrated offerings from the last five years. And now that it’s fitted to a waterproof RubberB SwimSkin strap, I have what could very well be a singular GADA combo that could be impossible to top – until next year, obviously.

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

Michael Peñate: Rolex Explorer II 216570 Polar

This is a watch I never expected to own and a watch I’m very private about. But 2018 was personally and professionally a great year for me, and I thought it would be the right time to hunt down the piece that kept me up at night for several years. The Rolex Explorer II ref. 216570 ‘Polar’ is in many ways, the only modern sports model from the brand that still upholds a sense of utilitarian focus. It isn’t as luxurified as a Submariner or as glitzy as the new GMTs. In fact, I’ve seen Seikos with more polished surfaces. Looks aside, the watch is also very significant when you consider the Explorer’s lineage.

The 42mm case size, the maxi dial, and those fat hands are just a few traits that had purists up in arms when it was released in 2011. As a whole, it is a little goofy but I love everything about it. Not long after soliciting Bilal’s advice and reading his detailed comparison between the Explorer II and the Submariner, I decided to actively consolidate, save, and make it happen. Besides being one of my biggest watch purchases, I’m immensely proud of the lessons I learned while pursuing it. With a little focus and a mindful approach to collecting, I can only hope that all of my future watch purchases will be this satisfying.

aBlogtoWatch Editors On The Favorite Watch Added To Our Collections In 2018 ABTW Editors' Lists

Kenny Yeo: Apple Watch Series 4

It might run on batteries but is there a more useful watch than the Apple Watch? Search your feelings before you answer that. The one watch that I found myself reaching out for more than others this year was the Apple Watch Series 4 – Apple’s latest smartwatch. It might look similar to previous models but the new case dimensions and edge-to-edge display makes for a whole different wearing experience – it is considerably slimmer, sleeker, and sits closer to the wrist. In some ways, it reminds me of the Cartier Santos. But most of all, I like how useful and versatile it is. It is an activity tracker, fitness trainer, chronograph, world-timer, music streamer, and navigation guide all rolled into one. It might run on batteries, but it’s all the better for it.

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  • Agnar Sidhu

    A really great article Bilal! And I agree, David won with the Joker which is just so unique!

    My purchase this year has been the Bornova Ephesos triple calendar which I landed on due to the overall look in the rose gold plated case, white dial and blue touch’s here and there. Still waiting on it to arrive though…

    Happy holidays to all!

    • Theodore Kopoukis

      You’ll be waiting a long time for Bornova, my friend. I had to escalate things to a claim through PayPal to get a refund for my order of their Aegean watch, which remained undelivered for nearly 9 months. I suggest you do the same, chances are they’ll never deliver to you as well.

  • CB

    Kenny must have only purchased that one watch this year.

  • Artem Pervenyonok

    I got the Tudor Pelagos blue dial (and that was the only watch I got this year) with the idea that I would need no more other watches and can quit this thing. So I’m out of such competitions for the next several years 🙂

    • Joe

      I always say this yet end up on forums and ABTW.
      Then something else catches my eye…and all it takes is a moment of weakness.

    • Joe

      I always say this yet end up on forums and ABTW.
      Then something else catches my eye…and all it takes is a moment of weakness.

    • Matt

      I’m with you, also picked up a blue Pelagos this year as my big purchase. Admittedly, I’ve stopped kidding myself that I’m quitting anytime soon…

  • Joe

    My only addition this year is a Doxa Sub 300 Silverlung.
    It’s a unique (some may say ugly) watch and it keeps great time and wears amazingly well.
    Its UFO-like shape hugs the wrist and the beads of rice bracelet is super comfortable.
    It’s my GADA watch.

    • Love hearing more and more interpretations on the ‘gada’ – the SUB is certainly one of ’em!

      • David Bredan

        Yep, definitely one solid GADA. I love this term. Thanks for sharing Joe.

  • Mikita

    David won, definitely. Joker is just a bad ass cool watch. Second place is Zach’s 🙂

    • Cheers bru!

    • egznyc

      Zach’s watch of choice is pretty cool … for a Panerai ;-). Seriously, I wonder how that would look if they’d made the full dial BGW9 lume; that would be cool.

      • Mikita

        Yeah, one of the best Panerais out there. Full BGW9 lume – great idea, actually. But, unfortunately, too desperate for Panerai. They prefer to play around with the shade of paints or color stitches 🙂

    • David Bredan

      Thank you (though I should be saying that in name of Konstantin, he gets all the credit). That white PAM is fire too.

  • That’s a pretty diverse gaggle of watches guys. Congrat’s to you all! And have a Happy New Year.

    • David Bredan

      Thanks again, Mark!

  • SuperStrapper

    Didnt you also get the Navy SEALS this year David? Big watch buying year.

    • David Bredan

      Yep! That one is no keeper though (gone soon), while the Joker is.

      • Joe

        Wow. I thought the JLC was a sort of grail watch, IIRC?

      • SuperStrapper

        Very interesting. I wouldn’t have pegged you as a flipper, especially after reading your review on that one.

  • Han Cnx

    Who killed Kenny?

    • Berndt Norten

      Mary Crosby

      • egznyc

        That’s the wrong answer to a different question ;-). But I prefer Southpark to Dallas.

        • Berndt Norten

          Why dost thou expect logical consistency from moi, mein good hombre?!?

          • egznyc

            Holy smoke-’em-if-you’ve-got-’em, Batman! I just noticed your response – my notifications never seem to work consistently. On the other hand, your logical consistency (or lack of) has never bothered me. Like the line by the American poet, we must not be bound by such consistencies and it is okay to contradict oneself.

            You’re consistently clever and entertaining, however.

          • egznyc

            Holy smoke-’em-if-you’ve-got-’em, Batman! I just noticed your response – my notifications never seem to work consistently. On the other hand, your logical consistency (or lack of) has never bothered me. Like the line by the American poet, we must not be bound by such consistencies and it is okay to contradict oneself.

            You’re consistently clever and entertaining, however.

          • egznyc

            Holy smoke-’em-if-you’ve-got-’em, Batman! I just noticed your response – my notifications never seem to work consistently. On the other hand, your logical consistency (or lack of) has never bothered me. Like the line by the American poet, we must not be bound by such consistencies and it is okay to contradict oneself.

            You’re consistently clever and entertaining, however.

        • Berndt Norten

          Why dost thou expect logical consistency from moi, mein good hombre?!?

    • hancnx why

    • hancnx why

  • aWtchslvr

    Carl F Bucherer Manero Peripheral. Steel, 41mm. Sunray blue dial.
    Happy New Year to everybody. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6eb76c951cc005789b6531f1d5a75e4459f222622c8fe8f3a1eca89bab4249ab.jpg

    • Love this one – and a Happy New Year to you as well!

    • David Bredan

      Looks great, especially on that bracelet! Thanks for the photo and for sharing!

    • David Bredan

      Looks great, especially on that bracelet! Thanks for the photo and for sharing!

    • David Bredan

      Looks great, especially on that bracelet! Thanks for the photo and for sharing!

  • aWtchslvr

    Carl F Bucherer Manero Peripheral. Steel, 41mm. Sunray blue dial.
    Happy New Year to everybody. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6eb76c951cc005789b6531f1d5a75e4459f222622c8fe8f3a1eca89bab4249ab.jpg

  • J R

    Rolex Sea Dweller, bought 3 weeks ago. 5 months waiting in one AD in Porto, Portugal.

    • David Bredan

      5 months is still reasonable, I would say. Congrats!

      • J R

        Many thanks for tour reply. Greetings from Portugal to you, Ariel and all the crew.

  • As for me…. Seaholm Automatic Clark Field Watch. Number 25 of a limited edition.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/23a9358f3510e3e61782c09d804b05fb8ae95760020c9804d1136909a963b906.jpg

    • David Bredan

      Congratulations and thanks for sharing! The M is nice too 🙂

  • As for me…. Seaholm Automatic Clark Field Watch. Number 25 of a limited edition.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/23a9358f3510e3e61782c09d804b05fb8ae95760020c9804d1136909a963b906.jpg

  • PR

    Someone hadthe guts to buy the Joker, awesome. Putting your money where your mouth is.
    My stand out purchase this year was the Glashütte Original senator panorama date with green degrade dial. Grand Seiko SBGV247 25th anniversary comes a close second.

    • David Bredan

      That green dial is a beast! Having visited their dial manufacture in Pforzheim, I can say that is an excellent choice. Enjoy that and the GS and thanks for sharing.

  • Independent_George

    The Joker is a fascinating watch. Looking forward David’s review.

    • David Bredan

      Thanks! The thought of nailing that review has been irking me for so long. It will come!

  • Raymond Wilkie

    The Santos 100 please.

  • Boris N. Natasha

    ?????????? ??????. ALS Dato Up/Down for Boris in 2018.

    • Boris N. Natasha

      (Btw, thats Russian for Congratulations David)

      • David Bredan

        Haha, just checked in Google translate! ?????????!

    • Mikita

      Vinšuju Devida!

  • JL85

    For me this year was a Rolex GMT Master II in two tone and black dial. A great watch and very heavy at about 170ish grams.

    • David Bredan

      Two-tone will become yet more prominent than it already is, great choice and thanks for sharing.

    • David Bredan

      Two-tone will become yet more prominent than it already is, great choice and thanks for sharing.

  • aWtchslvr

    Sincere congratulations. Great choice. Wear it in good health.

  • Alex

    Obsessed all year, then pulled the trigger two weeks ago on an IWC Portuguese Chronograph.

  • Alex

    Obsessed all year, then pulled the trigger two weeks ago on an IWC Portuguese Chronograph.

    • David Bredan

      A true classic. Congratulations!

  • Timothy Reynolds

    I also finally pulled the trigger this year on a Rolex Explorer II ref. 216570 (black dial) after feeling like I was at a point personally and professionally to make this purchase. I stayed awake looking at specs, reviews, and photos as well, and love my Explorer II for all the same reasons you mentioned. It’s utilitarian, feels like a real tool watch, and offers a GMT function without the slightly higher price tag of the GMT Master II. Enjoy your Rolex!

    • Bilal Khan

      Probably the watch that’s gotten the most wrist time from me.

    • David Bredan

      Congratulations and thank you for sharing!

  • XX-Pat

    For me, I picked up a bronze Bremont MBIII. It first caught my eye three years ago when I was contemplating my first major purchase. I ended up with a GMT Master II, and then got a Tudor Black Bay Bronze after that. But it kept calling me and eventually I couldn’t resist anymore. Gets most of my wrist time these days. Wish I’d bought it sooner, but the wait made it nicer.

    • David Bredan

      That’s how it goes! Enjoy and thanks for sharing.

  • Timestandsstill

    I’d take Kenny’s shoes over his watch……

    • Gokart Mozart

      I’d take Kenny’s socks over the Apple…

      • David Bredan

        Well, I wouldn’t! 🙂

  • Timestandsstill

    I’d take Kenny’s shoes over his watch……

  • Timestandsstill

    I’d take Kenny’s shoes over his watch……

  • egznyc

    I’ve been fascinated by the Milgauss for several years – such a quirky watch (and one of the few Rolex models I can get excited about). If I were to win the lottery or maybe just have a great accomplishment to celebrate, this one would be right up there at the top of my wish list. I could see it working for business or casual occasions.

    My own best acquisition in ‘18? An orange-dialed Halios Seaforth. I’ve worn it without regard to the occasion at hand. It’s bright but refined.

    • Bilal Khan

      Totally agree with it being one of the few to get excited about.

    • Joe

      I’m tempted by the quirky Milgauss too.
      A fine choice with the Seaforth as well. They’re hard to come by. I’ve always missed my chance by the time I get to hear about it.

      • egznyc

        I was just lucky – I was keeping an eye on that brand and then suddenly he announced that orders were being taken for a full week ;-).

        I do like how the ABTW picks are a little (or a lot) different from the run-of-the-mill luxury watch options out there. I guess that is as it should be.

        • David Bredan

          Thanks for sharing! Spending so much time around these things (lucky us), I think we naturally drift towards the quirkier options – we also are privileged to have a lot of time and opportunity to ponder these choices in comparison to the more common options until we feel safe about getting any one of these lesser known pieces.

      • egznyc

        I was just lucky – I was keeping an eye on that brand and then suddenly he announced that orders were being taken for a full week ;-).

        I do like how the ABTW picks are a little (or a lot) different from the run-of-the-mill luxury watch options out there. I guess that is as it should be.

  • JB

    Everyone is a winner as watch purchases are personal. Congrats to each of the editors! As for me, I was fortunate to be able to buy a JLC Polaris Geographic World Timer. Similar to Ariel’s comment, I’m happy the watch does not appeal to everyone as it would have lessened my chances of buying one of the 250 pieces manufactured. I like it and I wear it. Happy me!!

    • Ahh, that Polaris Geographic is a great one. Well done!

  • Yanko

    I don’t follow much Rolex because I find it painfully boring, but aren’t the Rolex watches in this article made in the 1960s?

    • Indeed, both the Milgauss and the Explorer have a pretty long history in the Rolex canon, but these particular ones are fully modern and from the current catalog.

      • Yanko

        Thank you. I still don’t understand how something that has been around for 50 years and hasn’t changed is “fully modern?”

  • Joe

    Although I wouldn’t pick a two tone, I like Ariel’s choice.
    It’s so different and I don’t usually see Cartiers on men’s wrists.

    The 2 Rolexes are cool too, since they’re not the ones I see everyday (they tend to be the Sub and Seadweller).
    A white Panerai? I’ve never seen that before. The coolest of the bunch.

    Props to Kenny too for being honest.

  • BrJean

    That Santos is so good…

    No watches this year for me, but I’ve purchased some real estate instead.

    • David Bredan

      A much wiser purchase decision, I’m sure we’ll all agree! Congratulations

  • Dan Day

    Nice watches, gents! Hard not to like them all. For me, this year has been phenomenal and as I reached a big milestone birthday, I was recently gifted my grail of grails: the Rolex Deep Sea D-Blue.

    • David Bredan

      Congratulations!

      • Dan Day

        Thank you sir!

  • Andre C

    Great choices all round… While the white dial on the Panerai might be polarizing I love it; really stands from the standard fare Panerai’s.

    I recently took the admittedly impulsive plunge and got myself the Ball Magneto purely based on its uniqueness and cool factor. I’ve been looking for something out of the ordinary for a while and I wasn’t disappointed.

    • Polarizing indeed, but in all the right ways 😉

  • Osama Abughanim

    Although I hate the the brand Rolex but I will go for the white Explorer II

  • Osama Abughanim

    Although I hate the the brand Rolex but I will go for the white Explorer II

  • bert gillespie

    I agree with Kenny, have a Rolex datejust, Torgoen Pilot and AW3. I end up wearing the AW3 more than the others. Who’d thunk it?!

    • David Bredan

      I hope Kenny doesn’t mind me saying this on his behalf but he too has an impressive line-up of watches – so him picking the AW4 for daily wear was interesting.

      • Kenny Yeo

        Appreciate the kind words. The AW4 is just so convenient. You just pick it up and go. Besides, I’m not getting any younger, need to watch my health a little more.

  • Aaron Sauber

    For me it wasn’t a watch I personally purchased. It was a Baume and Mercier classima open heart that my father in law bought for me. It’s definitely one that’s never leaving the collection.

    • David Bredan

      Congratulations and thanks for sharing!

  • Aaron Sauber

    For me it wasn’t a watch I personally purchased. It was a Baume and Mercier classima open heart that my father in law bought for me. It’s definitely one that’s never leaving the collection.

  • David Bredan

    Congratulations and thanks for sharing!

  • David Bredan

    Congratulations and thanks for sharing!

  • David Bredan

    You’ve certainly done your research. Congratulations and thank you for sharing.

  • CL Hii

    The Polar is the best choice ever

  • NaJo

    Thats my new datejust, i just fell in love when i saw one in HK. Had to hunt https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ec01ba3f48127c54ff26dc5d9e2929bf46a57ba6e6aa1e926e0d4ecbfc0ce266.jpg down in australia and waited for 6 months to get this freshly baked beauty.
    Classic unbeaten datejust looks + checkered dial with 3 outer rings + blue lume + sporty arabic numerals = unique and awesome

    • Such a unique DJ – great pickup!

    • Such a unique DJ – great pickup!

  • NaJo

    Thats my new datejust, i just fell in love when i saw one in HK. Had to hunt https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ec01ba3f48127c54ff26dc5d9e2929bf46a57ba6e6aa1e926e0d4ecbfc0ce266.jpg down in australia and waited for 6 months to get this freshly baked beauty.
    Classic unbeaten datejust looks + checkered dial with 3 outer rings + blue lume + sporty arabic numerals = unique and awesome

  • Zane Domke

    I am not even the age of majority yet, but I finally got my first “real” watch apart from quartz Timex watches and broken mechanical scrap. The Orient Mako II with the blue dial is my GADA watch for the time being; at least until I can afford a Breitling SuperOcean II 42.

  • benjameshodges

    Only bought one watch this year (which is one more than usual) and that was the Oris Artelier Calibre 112. Been eyeing for a while and was only when I attended a charity even where Oris CEO Rolf was present that I finally pulled the trigger. Bought the white dial version on the bracelet but have since swapped it for the black alligator to keep the bracelet looking nice.

    • Well if you’re only gonna get just one, that’s an exceptional choice!

  • Pete L

    Great article. Of the selected I would have to say I love the Radiomir the most. Very tempted to add a white dial panerai to the collection this year! Last years best (and only purchase) was my speedy broad arrow 57 rep. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c5b747b8974b1ee3ed13326ad54a298a075077517ef10bba9b5b68794ccdf6e4.jpg

    • Excellent pair right there – thanks for sharing!

  • Richard Baptist

    I like the joker, the explorer and the milguass. Congrats guys all great watches. I got too many watches this year and I need to sell some. I got the Sinn 103 sa be as well as two ZRC North Adventure watches these are the watches I wore the most this year.

    • egznyc

      What happened with the Ophion 786 purchase? Or was that way back in 2017? Have you been happy with it (which one did you go for?)?

    • egznyc

      What happened with the Ophion 786 purchase? Or was that way back in 2017? Have you been happy with it (which one did you go for?)?

  • Emre

    2018 was the year that I got my grail watch. A 1948 JLC Mark XI White Twelve. It took me five years to hunt one down. I think I’m set for a while 🙂 https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0181ef51d87e927c1386484c9cf9da3d62eb660487806918a50cdfdddfaa9097.png

    • Wow, now *that* is really something special. “Set for awhile” is one hell of an understatement!

      • Emre

        Thanks man. It was a tough buy in every sense of the word. And I love the Panerai that you got yourself. I’m a sucker for that white dial.

  • Mr. Green

    Man, do I love (and am incredibly jealous of) that Joker!

    While I bought a bunch of watches this year, these two seem to bring me the most joy: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/87c07be61b19ccbf31b1f971b908864ca59a65e70b5cadb19bd4a75c68b62c6c.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e85187cf765b4d689fc10025ce255415a655b8600533f3f004c95209c8e7abab.jpg

  • Johnny Tank (Forever Autumn)

    I finally managed to get hold of a Doxa T-Graph Searambler in 2018. I was looking for a 600 T-Graph, but then a 200 came up for sale in immaculate condition, and with box and papers – how could I say no to that. Here it is on a custom strap from ABP Concept in Paris:

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6ac3a43aa2efd09e77070bdfc79dbbef32fd3e81e4474f328d529db764b3b880.jpg

  • Tony966

    Because I came across the great write up on the Vicenterra Tycho Brahe Tome 2 Blue by Mr. Bredan I contacted Mr. Plomb and bought one of the limited watches. Just a wonderful design and special watch.