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I can't believe how much I liked this watch. I spent two weeks with this amazing Rolex Datejust Ref. 1601 from Theo & Harris and it blew my mind.
In Vlog #022, Ben talks about why he changed his mind about Rolex Watches. The Rolex Datejust Ref. 1601 featured in the video will be available soon at www.theoandharris.com.
A few days ago I spoke with Christian Zeron from Theo & Harris about social media, the plight of ADs and homage watches.
When Theo & Harris said they were going to send me two vintage watches for review, I had no idea it would be this. This Tudor Prince Oysterdate is one of the most impressive vintage watches I've ever seen.
The Graham Chronofighter Nose Art is a fascinating watch with its left hand chronograph layout and beautiful pin-up girl design.
After a few months of pondering, I've finally figured out why I'm not excited by vintage reissues, no matter how great the individual watches may be.
The Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph is the most affordable flyback chronograph on the market by several thousands of dollars, but is it value proposition?
The Rolex Milgauss has never been the most popular Rolex but it deserves a place in history as the first Rolex to have anti-magnetic capabilities.