May 16th 2009 1:41PM Now is a great time to get discounts on so many things. Italian suits for 70% off, $100 jeans for $50, watches for huge discounts, you name it.
No Apple discounts though.
May 15th 2009 12:16PM The C0113 movement is so small and so cool.
May 13th 2009 2:40PM Sometime ago, how about 5 year ago?
May 9th 2009 10:00PM No I never said I was an expert, nor does my site say so anywhere. Just a fan of watches.
I do appreciate your critique of my site. Maybe you will appreciate mine as well?
I see it very often. New guy starts a watch site. Says he is an expert. Bases expertise on enthusiasm, not experience. Yes it does irk me, but not much further than this comment.
May 9th 2009 5:32PM If you had actually done your research (fact checking), like a true professional, then you might have realized that the Invention Piece you are referring to is not the only style of watch introduced by GF. Had you actually contacted GF, or met with them in Basel, then you might have discovered their crown jewel - the "Double Tourbillon Technique".
Here are a few examples for your reference:
It does not look like their past pieces does it? Maybe you can make note of this on your, and I quote "Expert Watch Review Site", ablogtoread. :)
Apr 13th 2009 8:16PM I feel bad for anyone that loses their job and a loss in circulation will surely cause some lost jobs. But at the same time the USA Today still has an online paper and more jobs will be created there.
Soon there will be very few newspapers and less magazines too. Is it really a bad thing? Ultra-fast, ultra-interactive information, accessible worldwide- with no waste of paper. How can print media keep up? The internet crushes print.
Apr 4th 2009 2:58PM A basketball player has been used before, in fact, it was Kobe's former teammate- Shaqtus aka Shaquille O'Neal.
Mar 22nd 2009 12:53PM I will be photographing this one at Baselworld. Check here: http://professionalwatches.com/urwerk/
Mar 18th 2009 8:25PM This is a huge problem, with a relatively easy fix. Site owners can block replica and fake product sites, by URL. You would think it would be even easy for Google to block these illegal sites, but I think they care less about legality and more about money. In the long run this will continue to cost them, in the form of lawsuits. The US is already looking into Google's monopolistic practices, so they'd better start showing some ethical tact. They make it so sites are penalized for selling shady "text links", but is it for the good of the people o is it so they can control this market???
I think the answer is obvious.
Feb 19th 2009 7:35PM Very nice!