Welcome to our regular Sunday feature, Watch Video Rewind, where we post watch related videos from the web to highlight interesting watches or interesting aspects of watch making. We have a videos on a family investigation into an interesting Panerai, the making of an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar, and a very old musical repeater.
Welcome back to our regular feature, the Watch Video Rewind. In this series, we bring to light watch related videos which we feel are interesting and worth sharing with our readers. This week, we have interviews with the men behind three upscale brands, Romain Jerome, Panerai, and TAG Heuer.
You know me and Panerais: I love the look, but I think it’s played out. Take a look at this wild-looking Panerai prototype made in 1984.
I bet you thought a modern watch was made by a gnomic little man with a tiny hat on a wooden bench. Nope. These are high-tech factories and could probably double as iPad manufacturing plants with a bit of retraining.
Ariel “Sass-master 2000” Adams has some great shots of the new Panerai monster. This watch, just for reference, costs more than ten of my cars. The watch is made of black ceramic and it uses Panerai’s tourbillon calibre behind a skeletonized face. You’ll notice a second’s hand, an AM/PM indicator, and a GMT hand front…
Man, this guy is about to totally bone his Panerai.