That combination of (mostly) the best of Seiko’s past legacy and present improvements is ultimately what makes the launch of the Seiko Recraft a must-check-out. I predict these models will also likely prove a must-purchase for the brand’s many enthusiasts - just for the high quality/price ratio alone. These Seiko Recrafts actually might make an ideal holiday gift for that person who wants a stylish new watch, but with a tried-and-true automatic movement. They’re a great low-barrier-of-entry gateway drug to get a nascent collector addicted to mechanical watches – and I’m guessing even seasoned collectors like, ahem, me would be psyched to receive one, too. So, hey, Santa (okay, wife) – are you listening? Papa wants one – okay, all – of the Seiko Recraft “new classics” in his stocking…
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ABTW: When did your fascination with watches start?
ABTW: You must have been exposed to quite a variety of watches there - what was your first grail watch?
For many, buying a luxury timepiece is a special, highly important moment that necessitates a well-thought out, educated decision. For them, it comes as natural to consult written reviews – and excluding the few respectable exceptions in print, where else would they turn if not the internet? Amazon.com visitors are entitled to post a review for any item that is offered, and this opportunity is, of course, provided in hopes that their remarks will help those pondering a purchase make an educated decision. So, without further ado, let's see where all this goes horribly wrong – and incredibly amusing.
This is something that stems from the "local time" formula of Hendrik Lorentz. Now, if you are like me, you probably have not heard of Lorentz: he was a theoretical physicist in the late 1800s to early 1900s, and he created a series of works which were the basis on which Albert Einstein ended up building his works on space and time. In some ways, you could consider Lorentz the "scientific father" of Einstein – quite an appellation for one to have. You can read more about Lorentz here.
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By contrast, the flying tourbillon flies because it has nothing that would secure it from the top – and that is exactly what the MB&F HM6 Space Pirate had to have, as the only thing that is above the tourbillon is the sapphire crystal... and the amazing, fold-down titanium shield.
Inside the watch is a Swiss ETA Valjoux 7750 automatic chronograph movement with custom automatic rotor. The dial of the Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 and the Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition is pure Porsche Design no-nonsense function with a hint of style. This is where the original Chronograph is most homaged. It is solid, restrained sports watch at its best and gives the dial a highly functional and timeless feel. I even like how it is complimented by the slightly rounded case. Overall, a solid offering from Porsche Design. Though, one issue people are going to have is the price, which feels a bit high for what you are getting, despite the Porsche Design name. The reference 4046901830908 Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition is priced at ,850 and the reference 4046901830892 Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 is priced at ,550. Each of the two models will be limited to 500 pieces. porsche-design.com
The Portugieser 75th Anniversary uses IWC's in-house 59215 hand-wound movement. Running at 4Hz, with a breguet spring and a Glucydur beryllium alloy indexless balance, the 59215 offers sub seconds with date and a power reserve indicator on the movement side, which can be seen through the sapphire display case back.
A few thoughts before our review of the Tudor Heritage Ranger watch. I think that deep down, under all of the elements that make up our individual tastes and preferences, we all want an honest watch that is built to last. We may obsess over, seek out, and pay dearly for more features, but in reality, few of us are divers, perhaps fewer pilots, and do you really need a chronograph, worldtimer, or moonphase? If we take the sport watch and distill it down to its essential elements we are left with a solid steel case, a reliable automatic movement and a legible dial with ample lume for when it's dark.
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