On this episode I go a little deeper with the Hamilton Khaki King Auto – 40mm Date/Day watch. This watch is a great value proposition in terms of the build quality, heritage, robust movement with 80 hour reserve and fantastic overall aesthetic. This gorgeous watch is on loan from mimosjewelry.com. If you would like a
Unboxing the Hamilton Khaki King Auto – 40mm Date/Day watch. On this episode I take a first look at the Hamilton Khaki King Auto with day and date function. This watch has a gorgeous dial and is very similar to my beloved Khaki Field 38mm Auto.
On this episode we take a look at an unheralded vintage time piece from Seiko, the SKX033. In production for only 12 years, starting in 1996, this piece seems to fly under the radar amongst collectors. It definitely takes many design cues from the famous Rolex Submariner, but it does have some typical Seiko flare
On this episode I give my long term thoughts on my Hamilton Field Khaki Auto 38mm watch. I also review the Strapcode Super Oyster bracelet. This bracelet is actually made for the Seiko SARB017 but seems to fit pretty close on this watch.
On this episode I give a quick first impression of the Hamilton Khaki Scuba 100M dive watch – reference #H8231593. Based on build quality and movement, this watch is a legitimate contender for the best under $500 dive watch on the market. It features Hamilton’s H10 automatic movement with 80 power reserve, sapphire crystal, and
On this episode I take a look at a cool new retro inspired watch from Baltic Watches out of France. The watch features a Miyota 821A automatic movement, wonderful Italian calf leather strap, and has a great vintage vibe. If you are interested in knowing more about Baltic, check out there website here: https://baltic-watches.com/en/
Tudor just surprised everybody by dropping a really interesting watch, the Black Bay P01 first at Baselworld 2019. It is not at all what anyone was expecting, (a Submariner) and it is nothing anyone has ever seen. It’s a very interesting strategy by them and I think it was a smart move for many reason,
Is this the perfect “do it all” Rolex? First an admission, back at the turn of the new millennium I worked at an authorized Rolex dealer. I have always loved the brand, going back to when I was a boy, watching Sean Connery play James Bond, making that infamous glance at his Submariner in Goldfinger. Has
On this episode I am excited to revisit the wonderful Seiko SARB033! This watch has been discontinued by Seiko and I don’t understand why. Discontinuing it leaves a void in their line as their non-dive watches have become more fine and dressy. This niche is filled within the Rolex line by the Datejust, within Omega’s
On this episode I discuss the new Hamilton Murph watch, which is born from the movie Interstellar with Matthew McConaughey. It has caused quite the commotion in the watch world and I want to give my thoughts about it. I also revisit the Hamilton Field Khaki 38mm that I’ve had on my wrist a ton