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Reading the time on the MCT Frequential One F110 watch is not incredibly easy because the hands are not the primary focus and much of them is obstructed. What I feel might have helped was designing the hour and minute hands to be actually different looking versus just different lengths. This isn't a huge issue and I feel that one might get used to reading the Frequential One F110 after living with it for a while.
Chaykin appears to have achieved a rare and successful balance with the Konstantin Chaykin Carpe Diem. He has produced a watch that is boldly consistent with itself in not only style, but function as well. His blasé treatment of the passing minutes is as powerful a reminder as the skull itself: we should get on with living and not sweat the small stuff.
I am always excited when I get to review watches that come from small, recently established brands – companies, more often than not, which are run by just one person or an extremely small group of people. The latest Dutch watch brand, Florijn, is a perfect example. Founded by Hans Heuvelman, their models hit the market very recently, following, what we are told, was 2 years of planning, design and prototyping. We are looking at the Florijn Drie here, one of the three slightly different models Florijn set off.
Let's now see what you are getting and what you are missing out on when going for the base Rolex Oyster Perpetual collection. First of all, and this will not be a surprise to most, you definitely get the uncompromising Rolex quality when it comes to fit, finish, execution, as well as overall wearing comfort – you even get the 18k white gold hands and indices. The bracelet is Rolex's famous Oyster bracelet in 904L steel, providing exceptional wearing comfort and a versatile appearance that will not look out of place when doing sports or attending a formal event. While the bracelet is certainly very good, it doesn't have some of the more unique deployant features and feels a bit lighter than those on some more expensive Rolex watch models. In other words, this is still very much a Rolex bracelet, but it is the most basic Rolex bracelet available.
Although in recent years, we have been seeing more and more of these, it is still safe to say that few watches can boast such polarizing aesthetics – although an appreciation of how the complications marry with the message of the dial could win you over, if the meretricious display fails to inspire. As far as mechanical complexity is concerned, the big deal with the Konstantin Chaykin Carpe Diem is the hourglass complication that dominates the left side of the dial. Although no actual sand is used in the movement – for obvious reasons – the impression of an hourglass slowly filling as the minutes pass is achieved by an ingenious shutter system. This is a cute and undeniably well-executed notion, and a novel way to record time on the wrist. The downside is that it's very difficult to read the time to the minute.
When it comes to watches, many folks probably do not give much thought to the strap, other than making sure they like one that the watch comes with. For those of us who have fallen down the rabbit hole of watch appreciation and collection, then things like watch straps get more attention. As we have said here time and again, changing out the strap of a watch can really change its character, especially if you go with something that is particularly colorful. With that in mind, today, we will cover three different watch straps we had in from Da Luca Straps.
Despite the notable change in the dial layout, the tribute piece is nonetheless true to the original in more than enough ways to justify the name, Omega Speedmaster '57: the case shape of the original remains with the long, straight lugs, the brushed steel bezel and its tachymeter scale, as well as the traditional – and absolutely timeless – piston pushers. Unsurprisingly, while its beautiful proportions have remained the same, the Omega Speedmaster '57 is somewhat larger, coming in at 41.5 millimeters wide and 16.17 millimeters thick, as opposed to the original's 39-millimeter wide case.
After Patek Philippe's Geneva celebration to commemorate their 175th anniversary, the storied Swiss watch maker took many of their new limited edition "175th Anniversary" watches on a road show around the world. This included what Patek Philippe hoped would symbolize the pinnacle of the brand's achievements and value – a limited edition of six pieces "mega watch" called the Patek Philippe 5175 Grandmaster Chime.
A typical project of his begins its life as a base ETA 6497 or 6498 movement as they are most comfortable for his type of work. These movements also allow him to create much more complex work with layered images resulting in a beautiful and three-dimensional piece of art. He begins by planning out and sketching everything from the dial and main plate to the crown wheel and drum barrel. The movement is then stripped down to its bare bones where each component is then engraved and skeletonized individually. The components are then hand polished one by one, and plated in either rhodium, nickel, or occasionally, gold. The movement is then meticulously reassembled and tested to ensure everything runs smoothly.
The Apple Watch Sport in the 38-millimeter wide case in Apple's proprietary aluminum alloy in silver or space gray will be priced at 9 and 9 for the 42-millimeter wide version and will come on high-performance "fluoroelastomer Sport Bands" sold in five colors. The Apple Watch in steel will be priced between 9-49, featuring stainless steel cases in traditional and space black finishing and will come with a choice of three different leather straps, a stainless steel link bracelet, a Milanese loop, and a black or white Sport Band. Prices for the Apple Watch Edition in solid 18k yellow or rose gold will start from ,000.