In this episode of "What Is On My Wrist" Cam shares a stunning and mint example of the Audemars Piguet 5402 "B Series". First unveiled by Audemars Piguet in 1972 and designed by Gerald Genta, who is also known for designing the also famous Patek Philippe Nautilus. When the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak first became available it was the most expensive steel watch ever made. The AP reference 5402 Royal Oak is often referred to as ‘Jumbo’, on account of its relatively noble size for the period at 39mm. Although 39mm in diameter may have been considered oversized for the era, the case thickness is only 7mm thick! The Audemars Piguet 5402 has become an icon and a legend. Be sure to like comment and subscribe for more exciting episodes!
In 1982, before trans-global motorcycle journeys were televised for the masses, few men were willing to put it all on the line and take on such a harrowing adventure, especially alone. For women, it was entirely unheard of. That is until Elspeth Beard made the decision to set out on her own.By:Justin Couture
This week on 'What is on my Wrist', Cam takes us through what may be the ultimate in summer sports watch? This example is a 1971 Heuer Skipper. A watch purpose-built for Regatta races which, if you're reading this site you're probably doing basically constantly right? No? Same here, but they are still really great watches with a fun and colorful design.By:Cameron Barr
This week on 'Under the Radar', Tyler takes us through this 1959 Longines Conquest. This mid-century gem features a ton of bang for the buck and includes a spectacular tropical sunburst dial.By:Tyler Vanes
In this episode of "What Is On My Wrist" Cam takes us through the matte dial range of the Rolex Explorer 1 Ref 1016 and reviews a rare dial variant of Rolex Explorer 1 Ref. 1016 commonly referred to as the "Fat Font". The Explorer 1 reference bridges the gap between a dress watch and a sports watch.
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