After Baselworld 2017 rolled around I think I had officially given up on Swiss Tudor, at least as a consumer interested in seriously voting with my dollar and adding one of their products to my collection. By then, every possible ounce of creativity and variety had been squeezed out of the Black Bay line and to me, it seemed like an attempt by Tudor to simply shoehorn as many dissonant design variations as possible into the collection. Something has to stick, right?
For 2018 Casio totally redesigned the popular G-Shock Rangeman with the GPRB1000 collection we introduced on aBlogtoWatch. The newest iteration of Casio’s popular “multi-sensor” G-Shock takes the concept of the product in a bold new direction with a product that is one of the most satisfying “marriages” I’ve experienced between a traditional G-Shock and a smartwatch. To put the Rangeman GPRB1000 in the same category as an Apple Watch or Android Wear smartwatch would be a mistake.
The original OMEGA CK 2998 was released in 1959 and, for collectors, it has since become one of the most sought-after vintage Speedmasters in the world. With its “Alpha” hands, symmetrical case and dark bezel, it has always had a strong following amongst the most
The watch industry is facing tough times, and offering more affordable pieces that present a real value proposition for buyers is an obvious way to reach a larger market. For mainstream luxury brands like Breitling, this means more bang-for-buck pieces like the new Colt Skyracer that we have here. In covering the release of the Breitling Colt Skyracer Watches here, we said that it has an “extremely reasonable price" at around $2,000.