Since it is the last day of the year, I just wanted to take a moment and thank you, gentle reader, for coming along with me on this wild ride.
If you’re going to be out until all hours of the night, you might as well have one that’s as dark as midnight, right? If you’re on board with that Sentiment, then today’s Skagen is a good candidate for you.
If you’re like me (and have seen Parks and Recreation), you’re a fan of Ron Swanson as portrayed by Nick Offerman. He’s a no-nonsense, man’s man sort of a guy. So, it only makes sense to see what sort of a watch that guy wears, no?
Been some time since I brought an ultra-thin watch to your attention, hasn’t it? Well, we’re going to rectify that particular problem, now that I’ve stumbled across a model from Rado named the Rado True Thinline.
Yesterday’s post on a Tissot model got me to thinking about what originally made me take notice of the Tissot brand. That was the fact that they’ve offered touch technology on their watches for some time now. No, you won’t be pinching and zooming on the dial, but you can control quite a few functions…
While I perusing the ol’ WristWatchReview, the Amazon widget (yeah, that one over there on the right) caught my eye, and I kept an eye on what was scrolling through. The Tissot PRC200 that came up caught my eye, and here we are at today’s post.
Since we’ve taken a look at the Orange Monster for the past few days, I thought it would be fitting to also have a look at a replacement strap that I picked it up for it – the Maratac Extreme Composite watch strap.