There is no more satisfying a feeling for a man than when he pairs his favorite Swiss (or German) made watch with his impeccably tailored suit.
There’s something a little different about the Centuryon Gym in Hanoi, Vietnam. For a start, membership fees range from $8,000 – $24,000 a year, so it’s probably safe to assume members are wearing something a little more fancy than the new Tag Heuer Connected watch when they show up to ‘train’ (sorry JCB). So what watch should you wear to a gym where annual membership costs more than most Rolexes? We have a few suggestions.
The Omega Speedmaster is arguably one of the most recognisable mechanical sports watches in the world. As such, whenever the brand decides to launch a new variation of this classic model it’s kind of important they get it right. Fortunately for us, they usually do and the new Omega Speedmaster Moonphase Chronograph Master Chronometer due to be officially unveiled at Baselworld later this week is no exception.
For the past week or so I have been fortunate enough to spend some hands-on time with the new URWERK UR-105 T-Rex. Unveiled at SIHH earlier this year as part of URWERK’s inaugural attendance at the event, the UR-105 T-Rex is a distinctive looking piece to say the least.
A few years ago Arnold & Son released what is arguably one of the most beautiful moon-phases on the market today; the HM Perpetual Moon. Given the incredible attractiveness of this timepiece logic dictates that the only way to possibly improve on its aesthetic appeal would be to duplicate its defining feature, which is exactly what they have done. Introducing the Arnold & Son HM Double Hemisphere Perpetual Moon. That’s right, double moon-phases.