The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 16,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many […]
No, this is not because of Mr. Beckham nor Mr. Travolta, nor the fact that Alfred suddenly becomes more charming, has sexier voice, and knows his watch with that Breitling for Bentley in Batman vs Superman. Perhaps while Mr. Wayne drives a vintage Aston Martin, Alfred has his own vintage, in this case, Bentley. I don’t […]
I’ve been eyeing the Submariner 114060 for quite some time now as my next Rolex after the Oyster Perpetual Date 115200. Finally managed to acquire one last year. As for the why, I will put it in review coming up soon, I hope. Meanwhile, do enjoy the pictures of my Submariner 114060 with what I […]
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 16,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many […]
What I have here is a Rofina Golden Flower. I bought from a guy at Singapore Rolex Club couple of months ago. Apparently, this is a new old stock, unused, so everything about this watch is still in original condition. First, let’s talk about the brand. Rofina is not a name that I’m familiar with, […]
FIFA 15 is here. Demo version to be precise. A friend of mine having quite a problem to find and download the game as it is not listed in region 2 (EU) nor 3 (Asia). You have to login from your device from user ID in region 1 (US). If you try to find it […]
Alright, so far I have few watch collections with different style. But I begin to wonder, hey, I don’t have vintage! So I ordered something, from India. Got it on WUS. Thought I can start my vintage collection now. And yes, still can’t find my grail.
One of my favourite actors, known for his role in Fast and Furious franchise, Paul Walker, died at 40 in car accident. Crashed into a tree driving a Porsche GT. Rest in peace, Mr. Walker. I will remember you, forever, as the awesome Brian O’Conner. Thank you for the great movie and character performance. Thank […]
Another automatic is coming in. Another GMT complication. So this is Steinhart Ocean Vintage GMT. Why I like it? Try to google Explorer II Steve McQueen. That beauty is rare and I believe, even if I find one, I’d rather go with Patek. Oh, since this is a military style watch, go with NATO/ZULU strap. […]
Purchased this nice dress watch today. It’s a nice collection as I travel quite frequently, plus in need of proper decent watch. Not to say my Rotary Les Originales LE isn’t a decent dress watch, it’s just that this one comes with date and GMT complication. Also, decent thickness combine with rose gold on the […]
Just bought this piece of jewellery. Become a watch enthusiast really is, venomous.
Introduction If you reach this journal entry, you might already know what you’re looking for. To those of you who don’t know what this is but end up here anyway, this journal is my review of one particular watch made by Archer Watches: Sterling. Sterling is one of few watch lines made by one-man watchmaker […]
Alright people, this is it. July 1, 2013 is coming quickly. For those of you who still want RSS reader as your main news consumption, you can migrate your RSS collections from Google Reader to Feedly. Feedly is kind enough to provide independent, back end cloud RSS service. But first, you need to create an […]