That looks great! Some of the Rolex releases were certainly... surprising... but I'm still left waiting for New Coke or a Titanium Sub.Has anyone been looking into the Watches and Wonders 2023 from Geneva? Some spectacular new watches have been released. Certainly the Rolex fans like TS must be clamoring for some of the new models. Patek has some cool new releases (never owned one, but the black and yellow 6007G looks awesome, and can also come with red or blue accents for those needing to match their calipers). Longines and Grand Seiko have cool new chronos.
The one that has caught my eye is right here. I owned a Chopard 8HF blackened titanium / ceramic in the past and loved it. Never owned a salmon dial, but I believe I will give this one a shot.
I forgot to mention Tudor, they have some nice new pieces too, especially the one with the opaline dial.That looks great! Some of the Rolex releases were certainly... surprising... but I'm still left waiting for New Coke or a Titanium Sub.
Personally the one that's got me thinking about getting out my credit card is an acquired taste, but I'm a sucker for a California dial
I don't think the winder will 'hurt' (or overwind) a modern automatic but I gave up on mine because I learned that I enjoy manually setting and winding most of them. Annual and triple (or heaven forbid perpetual) calendars would probably benefit most being put on a winder.Not to change the subject but how many of you use a watch winder and do you keep all of your mechanicals on a winder or only those in rotation?
My wife gifted me a 4 pod watch winder and I find that all of my watches run slower or faster but they never keep great time.
I was watching a show about high end watches. The speaker actually stated that if you don't wear an automatic watch enough......you should NOT keep it in a winder. Its like keeping your engine running while your car is parked and you are asleep. It only causes additional wear and tear and will require expensive servicing more often.
I guess it made some sense.