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The first Panerai of the blog, the Luminor Daylight. Like all Panerais its a sizeable watch and very unique in its appearance, especially with the trade mark crown protector. Interestingly Panerai were struggling for sales in the 90’s, and it wasn’t until Sylvester Stallone picked up on them, that they really started to experience a… Continue Reading →
The Rolex Air King is a simple looking watch and this one is powered by the Rolex calibre 3000, a relatively simple automatic movement. I particularly like the grey dial on this one. Its arrived on my bench as its losing time and is ready for a service.
This beautiful looking Tudor chronograph was sent in by Mike for a routine service, most brands recommend servicing a luxury watch at around 4 – 5 year intervals. As a watchmaker, I certainly recommend trying to stick to servicing within every 5 years or so. After this point oils start to dry up, wear occurs… Continue Reading →
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