you probably started with cheaper watches and then worked your way up to the more expensive pieces. Somewhere between Invicta and Rolex you are going to run across these.
Have you ever had the strong urge to NOT own a G-Shock, but sort of needed a G-Shock? Well this just may be your solution.
It’s a pro athlete in a dinner jacket. Looks great on the surface but you can still see the muscle and performance beneath.
It’s just a cool yet sophisticated watch. It seems to have the sort of confidence in itself that doesn’t require it to explain itself to anyone. It’s just plain good and it knows it!
It’s not just one specific thing about it that makes it good. It’s the whole package. The attention to detail as you inspect, admire and handle the watch becomes apparent the more time you spend with it.
It’s well made but there are certainly no frills or extras, it’s not a watch that’s made to impress. (Except maybe your drill sergeant)
The crown isn’t guarded on this watch, probably because the crown is so manly it told the guards to “Piss off, I don’t need you.”
A watch that’s so good it exceeds the sum of its parts and is probably capable of delivering its own TED Talks.
This watch is like the challenger (mind you not that terrible 1980s version with the 4 cylinder Mitsubishi motor) it’s the Hellcat.
So bronze watches are a thing now, they have been for quite a while, but have never interested me. In fact I never really noticed them for the longest time. Perhaps I just innately...