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"As soon as I found some free time I quickly opened the box to experience my first ever Swatch. The first thing that struck me was the packaging. Truly Swatch! In keeping with their famous Jelly watches it appears as though they have Jelly Boxes too. Upon seeing the new Chrono my first thought was "boy it's big" I have a small wrist and until now my largest watch was a 42mm Fossil. I was hesitant to put on the chrono but nothing ventured nothing gained. This watch is extremely light. Deceptively light for the size of it even keeping in mind that it's plastic. For the first few days I'd forget it was on my wrist. I could've been wearing my vintage La Salle for all I knew. It's actually a joy to wear this large watch without the weight and that may be why I find it so comfortable. The other plus is knowing I've got a Swiss chronograph on my wrist. I like the small splashes of blue on the inner bezel at the hour markers to match the second hand and I love that I now have a Swatch. I was surprised how firmly I need to press on the pushers. Moreso the Reset than the Start and Stop. I found the Lume is very bright but fades astonishingly quickly BUT retains a dull glow for a fair bit. I like the almost mirror like quality of the dial but I found that when the hands where around the 9 o'clock they got lost amongst the the subdials because they're skeletonized/ladder type. I was also surprised to see Swatch AG 2008 on the dial when the watch is the Winter/Fall 2009 collection. I'm curious what that 2008 refers too. Also I'd add an extra keeper for the strap, one that doesn't move. Overall I'm thrilled with the watch and will probably be wearing it for a while before another beckons to be worn. Thanks again to you and Swatch and I look forward to more of your blog."

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The complex process of making them black is worth it. Each of these images I took of the watches pretty well indicate how good they look. I met with Project X Designs founder and owner Daniel Bourn recently to discuss the creation and what is involved. It is amazing to me the level of interest they get from high profile individuals. The ability to get a customized Rolex is seemingly a dream for many. What I had before me were a few of the DLC black Rolex watches they make. I spent an awful lot of time inspecting them with detail and was impressive with Daniel's meticulous knowledge of what goes into each watch and the challenges thereof. Anyone who would think to compete with Project X must realize that they are in store for years of trial and error to get things right - assuming that they can even get the right people or equipment to do it.

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A face like this is designed to be easy to read, which it is. That is what you need to remember if you think it appears to spartan. Another area that I am curious about experimentation is the size of the hands. I like the shape of the hands, but they could use a bit of a size increase to compliment the diameter of the dial. Still, they don't really negatively impact your ability to read the watch. I would have also liked to see lume on the dial or hands - but they again IWC doesn't do this most of the time either. From a style perspective, a watch like this is certainly a step up from analog Timex timepieces out there you saw being worn a lot. Also, the case is water resistant to 50 meters and the crystal is mineral.

The watch case itself is in platinum and 40mm wide. There are all the iconic F.P. Journe design elements to the Tourbillon Souverain that I expect from the brand. This includes the style of the dials and the hands, not to mention the colors, and of course the flat little crown that actually works quite nicely. The two symmetrical windows on the dial work well off of each other. Even though there is so much going on in the watch. At 40mm wide, it is relatively medium sized by today's standards, making the entire piece classic looking, and harder to make in the smaller size.

The award show came and went, and the winners were announced (see link below for more on that as well the and video below). In the video above you can hear a bit about the criteria for choosing nominees. They take this stuff quite seriously, as they should. The list of winners is quite interesting. The big boys of watch making get most of the attention. This also includes the so called independent watch makers that are well-funded in comparison to less well-funded indy watch makers. The politics behind the award are almost the same as they are for the Oscars (for films). Namely that the big guys get all the attention. One problem that many people have with the awards is that the winner watches are all extremely expensive. Meaning that only a small portion of watch lovers can even afford the timepieces.

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Although this is not the first atomic clock controlled Casio watch I have reviewed, I decided to spend more time with this function on the PAW2000. This feature is highly integrated into the watch. The watch can be set to automatically sync with the clock daily or on command. It used to be that such functionality was delicate given the small antenna in the watch that picks up the radio signals. You still need to ensure the watch is relatively close to a window, but overall the reception is very good in the watch, and I have found it to most always get a signal. Most important - the watch is always accurate. Accordingly, I've never had to worry about power. Anytime the watch is near light, it is charging. Out of light and while not on your wrist, the timepiece enters a resting state where the screen turns off. It will reanimate once you place it in light or move it around. Very cool.

Functions retain Casio "triple sensor" family that has the compass, pressure sensor (barometer and altimeter), and thermometer. These are all easy to use and handy features. There is also the computer which does a tons of things like having the world time, calendar, alarms, countdown timer, chronograph, and other functions. The PAW-1500 has a tide chart and moon phase, not sure if this model has those features. It does however feature the sunrise and sunset time. This is good for all sorts of people including fishermen or hunters, and of course vampire hunters! Not to mention the rest of you who will appreciate this data that takes into consideration your timezone and the time of year. Realize that the PAW-2000 does not seek to put the PAW-1500 out of business, but rather will offer a slightly different feature set depending on what you need.

So if you are in or are interesting in politicals and want to stay with tradition, find yourself a nice Breguet like this Moon Phase Power Reserve model. Don't worry if you can't afford it right now, that is what campaign contributions are for. Check out this Breguet Ref 3137 watch on James List here for about ,500.

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There will also be more apps available on more devices. Most phones aside from just the iPhone will have applications that can be wirelessly downloaded. This means that watch companies will need to make multiple applications for each phone operating system. Another important area is standardizing watch specifications. It is possible that third parties will create watch related applications and will utilize on standardized watch specifications to include those brands who adhere to them. Right now there are no standards for explaining the specifications of a watch, but I believe this is coming (and should already have been here).

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Erotic watches are a curious thing. I don't know too much about the culture behind them, or the people who collect them. They sort of feel like toys for the sexually repressed. There are good and bad examples of these types of watches out there, but they are almost always combined with classic looking timepiece elements. Perhaps that is to help justify the "art" behind the watch. Personally I am amused by them. I find the quizzical concept appealing for what it is. I am probably not the target market for such watches, but I still get a kick out of seeing them. This new Kudoke 69 is a particularly "in your face" version of the watch, but is certainly not out of the norm for these timepieces. There are some in the extremely expensive range that combine the erotic elements with animations and minute repeaters.

Watches of this nature aren't for everyone. So if you don't like it, that is OK, but others of you will love it. Priced at just under 0, and coming in limited editions of just 400 pieces for each color, the watches make unique gifts or interesting additions to your collection. For the artistic person in your life that many not be a traditional watch lover, an i-toc is also not a bad idea. Plus, I have to say that the watches are comfy, light, and unobtrusive, something a bit different than the many much larger watches I have.

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Overall the watch works well and is nice to wear. It really satisfies that need for wanting a classic aviation style timepiece with a modern look and feel with a unique style. Price for the Tutima Grand Classic Chronograph watch is a pretty reasonable ,200 - which is probably for the leather strap version and a bit more for the metal bracelet. You can get less expensive aviator watches out there, but not too many with the history of Tutima or the admittedly high quality that I observed with these watches.

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Text on the dial is minimal. All you see is the reminder that the case is filled with krypton gas, and the star-like logo (likely meant to remind you of stars frequently used in the military) for Rogue Warrior Watches. At first I didn't get why the "krypton gas" label was on the dial (I will explain the purpose for the gas later), but I now get it. Having a case filled with the expensive gas means that you need to have a specialist replace the battery so that they can refill the gas after the open the watch. This way, you can, or whoever is going to change the battery can be aware that the case is filled with the gas as a reminder that it needs to be refilled. The battery for the Japanese quartz GMT movement is meant to last 3 years, and Rogue Warrior Watches will pay to change the battery the first time. You just send them the watch for a quick turn around. In the event you are in the field and need to make a quick emergency battery change, you can do so, but you'll lose the gas. Once you are back, just sent it back to Rogue Warrior Watches to "fill 'er up" again.

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At some point they just decided, "hey, we will make our own watches, with our own name." As opposed to making watches for other people, China still is lacking in the communication and marketing side of things. In that department, Europeans and Americans will always do better. That still should not mean that nice Asian watches should be overlooked. In addition to the newer Longio, a popular Chinese watch maker is Sea-Gull. You can find a review of a Sea-Gull watch here on aBlogtoRead.com. Longio is different than Sea-Gull, and this Automatic SG3842E watch is a different, and more luxurious beast.

The Pro-Hunter Military Single Red DeepSea is different than the version without the term "Military Single" in it that it comes with military style NATO straps. The other version has a matching black steel bracelet. There are also some minor differences on the dial. The black applied material is DLC (diamond like carbon). You all know me for going ga-ga over this coating compound for its look and scratch resistance. Here it is done in a nice shiny manner. Pro-Hunter made just 100 of these watches.

A face like this is designed to be easy to read, which it is. That is what you need to remember if you think it appears to spartan. Another area that I am curious about experimentation is the size of the hands. I like the shape of the hands, but they could use a bit of a size increase to compliment the diameter of the dial. Still, they don't really negatively impact your ability to read the watch. I would have also liked to see lume on the dial or hands - but they again IWC doesn't do this most of the time either. From a style perspective, a watch like this is certainly a step up from analog Timex timepieces out there you saw being worn a lot. Also, the case is water resistant to 50 meters and the crystal is mineral.

Louis Vuitton watches always feel special. They don't release new watches too often, and when they do, they barely give any information about them - they are also quite rare. They have been playing with the Tambour case for a while, adding new designs and styles all the time. This is likely to be the "highest-end" Louis Vuitton Tambour watch of them all. My favorite is still the Louis Vuitton Tambour Diver watch. Now you might not think of Louis Vuitton as a watch maker. You'd be right in theory, but you'd be missing a major point. The LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy) Group owns several important watch brands including Zenith, Tag Heuer, and Hublot. This gives them a bit watch making asset pool to pull from. So in a sense, Louis Vuitton branded watches are not just another fashion watch. While they have been making watches for a little while, and this new Tambour Mystérieuse watch is the first in-house movement for them. Previously they pulled movements from else where. The price of the new watch is very high, almost too optimistically so, but we can get to that in a moment.