I was channel hopping earlier today and ended up on TJC (I think). They said something like, they had to sell the item at this (presumably cheap) price as it had been described wrongly...Massive shock can't believe the price nobody told me this was happening Well it's happened every watch show
And that's the Art Deco model as a Swan&Edgar so what's a tyre tread pattern strap got to do with art deco or any other part of the watchObviously the presenter guy knows sod all about watches.
"Tell me tony why is it called the Driver?"
"because it's motorsport influenced, strap, the roman numerals, the bezel you can time your races on, that's a rotating bezel, so if you want to time races you can time it on that."
I have to stop there, as it's just so funny, that you would use a diver's bezel to time motor races.
These watch makers pluck any historic event out of thin air and assign said history to any watch.Asquith's legacy and war time history is celebrated in the Limited Edition Essential watch.
Ok serious question, how in the hell does that watch celebrate Asquith's Legacy or WW1 history?
Does it look like a watch from that era? - No
Did watches have diver's bezels in that era? - No
Did they have SS Bracelets in that era? - No
I'm at a loss to figure out how this watch can celebrate anybody's legacy from that era let alone Asquith.