Back to the Future, again
Is that a winder or just a box?
For my birthday this summer, I found a lightly used Rolex Explorer. It is less than a year old and has almost no wear. I plan on it being my new daily watch, as my other watch is a somewhat rare GMT Master II that has started to increase in value.
I still like Rolexes the best. They are classic, and there is a model for almost every personality. I really wanted a functional, stylish watch that is not ostentatious. The Explorer history goes back to the forties and fifties,and is a much less complex watch than some. This particular one came with Rolex's newest 3132 movement and a dial that glows blue. Very pleased so far.
Exactly! The trouble wth the most plain Rolexes is that stores rarely carry them. A lot of the watches have become way too busy for me wth crazy dials, functions I'd never use and gigantic cases. This new Explorer has a 40mm case, so nor small, but not bad. I had never seen me in person, just the older version.i have to say i like that!
...coming from an ardent rolex hater!
i love my pam 111, i highly recommend itI'd love a Panerai next. One of my favorite models right now is the PAM 111, because it uses the sapphire caseback and sandwich dial. The only downside to PAM is that their in-house movements are significantly more expensive than some of their other models.
I was looking at a Bell&Ross not too long ago, but found the larger square case didn't fit my wrist that well.