Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39 Continue reading Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39, The Perfect Modern Rolex?
Watches designed and inspired by the legendary Gerald Genta are expensive – think Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Vacheron Constantin Overseas, Patek Philippe Nautilus, IWC Ingenieur and so on. While we recognise that there are other Genta-inspired watches out there in the market, more often than not, they either look like blantant rip-offs of the existing icons or are just poorly constructed watches. It’s indeed refreshing … Continue reading Watch in a Day: Schaffen S65, a customisable Genta-inspired timepiece
Earlier in 2017, Leon the Co-Founder of BOLDR told us that the brand started with the “idea of connecting wearers with the spirit of adventures”; it is not an empty promise for sure. In just two years, BOLDR has expanded their line-up exponentially. Today we are very excited to get our hands on their latest addition, the BOLDR Expedition. Frequent readers of Suave Watches will … Continue reading Watch in a Day: BOLDR Expedition, a hardy field watch with a premium touch
How was it like living in the shadow of an overachieving big brother and then making it big on your own? Just ask Tudor. There is no doubt that Tudor is one of the most exciting brands out there at the moment. Targeting millennials and first-time watch buyers, they understood what consumers want and went beyond the call of duty. Aren’t we glad that Tudor … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2017: Tudor
Founded in 1832 by Auguste Agassiz, Longines is one of the oldest brands in watchmaking history. The brand’s first calibre for a wristwatch was developed in 1913, the 13.33z. Featuring a single push-piece which engages a 30-min chronograph accurate to 1/5 of a second, this chronograph movement is one of the first to be used in a wristwatch. Aug. Ericsson, a reputable Swedish watchmaker uses the Longines calibre 13.33z in … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2016: Longines Heritage 1918
With all the hype for Baselworld 2016 slowly ticking away, I think it’s a great time now to look back at some of the releases. Rolling out, here’s my first Pick for Baselworld 2016. Releasing a 36mm watch in 2016 is a bold move, and Tudor is indeed one of the boldest watch brands in recent years. In fact, not totally unfamiliar, some of the … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2016: The Tudor Heritage Black Bay 36
There is no doubt that one of the most iconic watch in history is the Rolex Submariner hence it is without surprise that Tudor, a subsidiary owned by Rolex SA, embodied the same winning formula for their modern line-up; in terms of quality, finish and design. First launched in 2012, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay was an instant hit amongst watch enthusiast and even casual … Continue reading The Tudor Black Bay Dilemma