We discuss the very cool (let’s call them amazing) 18th century Jaquet Droz android automatons and the art of miniaturization and technology after a hands-on look.
We discuss what a driver’s style watch is, and a limited edition Vacheron Constantin model for the American market, the Historiques American 1921 Boutique New York Watch.
We also attempted the 39-mm edition. Definitely, it seems to be a little a lot more classy and elegant over the wrist. On the other hand, two factors make us believe that both watches are exciting. With all the 39-mm, the subdials really feel a lot more tightened, embedded while in the dial. The area all over them in the 43-mm edition contributes on the visual pleasure. Also, the 39-mm edition feels relatively unbalanced as a consequence of a distinct diameter/thickness ratio. Around the overall, the 43-mm diameter appears additional appropriate. Each watches have strengths: the pleasure of a smaller and dressier view for that 39-mm, a extra balanced visual feeling for your 43-mm. Certainly it’s ideal to visit your regional dealer and to decide on the 1 that fits you the most effective.
We then turn our noses up a bit to talk about the new “insanely thin” men’s watch from Van Cleef & Arpels.
We proceed to remark on a hands-on review of the HD3 Slyde digital touchscreen… luxury watch and John wants to take – the Slyde Challenge.
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