Rolex Bracelet Evolution; Respect For Hublot; Patek Philippe Marriage Counseling; Luxury Watches
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Luxury watch buyers, watch collectors, and watch enthusiasts know that Watches Tonight with Tim Mosso is YouTube’s finest live web show for luxury watch opinion and entertainment.
Tonight, Tim examines bad watch sales listings, discusses his preference between Omega and Breitling chronographs, and offers relationship counselling for a Patek Philippe buyer who find himself in hot water over a new Nautilus 5711. A journey through past failures of Audemars Piguet, Rolex, and Hublot illustrates how far all three brands have come in addressing their respective weaknesses.
All of this and watch collector wrist shots can be seen on our program.
The first question of the night pertains to a Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711 purchased by a watch collector who jumped on a good deal before asking his wife. Hand-wringing and anxiety follow. Tim offers two alternative options; one is to reciprocate, and the other is to obfuscate. Ray Donovan-style fixing ensues.
A second viewer asks Tim whether he prefers the 2018 Breitling Premier Chronograph 42 or the Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch “sapphire sandwich.” The new Breitling Premier collection is attractive and well executed, but Tim prefers the history, included boxed set accessories, and visible mechanical movement of the Omega Moonwatch.
How do the Rolex “Perpetual” caliber 3235 and Omega caliber 8900 “Master Co-Axial” mechanical movements compare? Tim explains with examples to illustrate the advantages of Rolex vs Omega and vice-versa.
Finally, our feature for the evening is a tour through past mistakes and weaknesses of watch brands including Rolex, Audemars Piguet, and Hublot.
Tim explores the period when Audemars Piguet damaged its brand with excessive Royal Oak Offshore limited editions; previous deficiencies in the design of Rolex bracelets and clasps; Hublot’s struggle for credibility during its years of using customer calibers or “outsourced movements.” In each instance, Tim explains how the brand in question turned its weakness into a strength.
Finally we share an array of luxury watch wrist shots from our global community of watch collectors and YouTube viewers. Watches Tonight starts now!b
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