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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Jenny Caribbean 300 - INITIAL IMPRESSIONS

I received this one on Thursday last week, just before my journey to Ottawa. It is always nice to receive a new watch just before a trip, as you get to bond with it and memories of the event get associated with the watch. Moving forward every time I will look at my Jenny, I will think of that wonderful Hockey Tournament my son played in and the fun we had as a family in our Nation's Capital.

Since I have spent the weekend with this wonderful piece, I have grown to adore it more and more with each passing day. It is not a small watch, but wears so comfortably due to its shape and relative thinness. I absolutely love the hands and dial, as they are very vintage looking, yet crisp and clean like a modern watch. The bracelet is ultra-supple and conforms to my wrist perfectly. All in all a wonderful and historically important time piece. I am extremely pleased!

Of course, I will go into much greater detail in the review (coming soon), but for now, if I were you... I would go get one before they are all gone!!!

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

NEW JLC Deep Sea Chronograph - Gallery

My friend has been busy, what a beauty this one is! WOW!!!






Once again courtesy of Canwatchco.ca and here it is listed:

JLC Deep Sea on Canwatchco

NEW Blancpain Fifty Fathoms - GALLERY

This one is not my cup of tea, but still nice to see in pictures!






This one is also courtesy of Canwatchco.ca and is listed here:


Really nice to see this one in the "metal". Enjoy!






Pictures courtesy of Canwatchco.ca and if you would like to see it listed for sale, you can follow this link:

Calligraph Duneshore now live on Kickstarter!

The Calligraph Duneshore has now gone live on Kickstarter. Please find the link below:

Visitor Watch Co - Calligraph - KICKSTARTER

Go and help support true innovative design! NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!!!

Delma Blue Shark L.E. - 1ST IMPRESSIONS

I received this one last Friday and I remain as excited about it now, as I was when I first opened the box. Now many of you know I have literally owned / handled hundreds of dive watches and it takes a quite a bit to keep my interest for more than a couple of days. Oh this does not mean I dislike a watch, it just means I have seen it all.... and then once in a while I get something completely out of the ordinary.

Enter the Delma Santiago Blue Shark Limeted Edition (only 500). This is the 5th 3000m diver that I have owned, well 6th really, since I owned 2 Breitling Seawolf divers (grey and black). My 1st was the Ball DeepQuest, which remains one of the world's premier dive watches. The second and third were the pair of Breitling Seawolf divers. My 4th was the venerable Aquadive BS300 and the 5th was a Deep Blue Depthmaster. All can be found on my BLOG in some form of fashion.

Now this Delma is different. Very different! Not only in appearance, but in function. From the clasp, to the screws that hold the bracelet together, to the details on the dial. It truly is a special watch and quite the hunk of watch it is, at nearly 300g!

I will go into much, much more detail once I have lived with it and I have had time to write the full review, but in the mean time, here are some Q & Ds of this tremendous deep diver:







All I can say right now is that this one is far SUPERIOR to most catalog case 2000m divers on the market, of which I have owned quite a few. Again, I will get into many more details in the review. So STAY TUNED!!!