The past few days, I’ve focused in on some rather higher end watches. Today, I want to dive down to the other end of the market. While today’s reviewed watch is definitely affordable, it’s all but priceless in the eyes of at least one person.
Interestingly, as I posted on two different luxury pieces this weekend (here and here), Ariel put a piece up yesterday on the value of high-end timepieces. It’s a solid read – go on over here and take a look.
Well, we are, at least, after yesterday’s Grieb & Benzinger post. Regardless, I wanted to write about a watch that’s been bubbling around in my head for some months now for no good reason – the Rolex Explorer II.
I’m hoping at least one of our readers got the literary reference there? Well, even if you haven’t, I thought I’d bring your attention to one of the most meticulously-decorated “skeleton” watches I’ve ever seen, from none other than Grieb & Benzinger.
It’s time for us to take a look at another brand you may not have heard of (just yet), New York’s House of Horology. They’re a fairly new brand with just a single line so far – let’s take a look at what they have on offer.
Ok, so you remember how I told you the other week (see here) about the latest Seasons model from Gustafsson & Sjögren? Well, that was really more of a sneak preview than anything, as they were still working out the final details. However, we’ve received
Quick – if I say samurai, what are you picturing? Perhaps a sword, some crazy armor, or just even the countryside of Japan. What does any of that have to do with a watch that (I’m guessing) is made in China? I have no idea, but that’s what today’s review model is entitled – Iron Samurai.