Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Réserve de Marche Watch Hands-On
All of the Seiko Golgo 13 watches will only be officially available in Japan. As always, Seiko isn't too sure what the rest of the world will think of its special Japanese culture timepieces. For those outside of Mr. Togo's homeland, you can more than likely score these timepieces online. For more information you can see Seiko's official page here (in Japanese).
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The first limited edition Colosimo The Spike watch winder is inspired by Louboutin spike high heels (and other shoes). The black leather housing is lined with steel spikes - just like the shoes. Matching the red under-surface of the shoes, Colosimo The Spike also has a red base color. My only question is, "how do you safely lift it?"
Aesthetically, the Casio Edifice EQWT720DC-1A is a good-looking watch - especially the dial. The case is more-or-less the same as many of its brothers and sisters, but the dial is symmetrical and interesting. It has a "gee-whiz" gadgety feel that looks cool for sport or casual purposes. While the dial does have lume, it lacks a dedicated backlight - I would have appreciated that function. While Edifice watches are inherently more slick looking than their digital counterparts, you still can't get rid of the geek factor. Sorry Casio. I don't claim that to be a bad thing, but these watches simply look like a more mature and socially acceptable gadget watch. Casio attempted to make a suit and tie version of these pieces with the Oceanus collection - but the same rules apply. You simply can't take the spirit of the micro-engineer out of these timepieces. Citizen however has done a slightly better job at that, but Casio still has the edge when it comes to a more youthful look.
401.NX.0123.GR (BIG BANG FERRARI TITANIUM) 1000-piece limited edition
Omega wants us to remember that the James Bond films are 50 years old in 2012. Rolex is the historic watch on 007's wrist, and when it comes down to it, every man wants a watch with an included laser cutter and grappling hook. As a bit of an homage to the classic "James Bond" Rolex from 1954, Christopher Ward has released a version of their C60 Trident watch (reviewed here) with a specially colored bezel on a NATO strap.