That brand new buckle has been done for security, so secure, he can't open it I have several Steinhart Watches and these mathey Tissots are just the same, except Steinhart uses ETA 2824 or sellita movements and better quality
Cold weather? She doesn't know what she's talking about, I'm not cold (but I'm on holiday in Tenerife). The hotel TV doesn't have Ideal World but there's good wi-fi so I can keep up to date on what is going on in the world of Selly Telly. If you're interested it's 25 degrees in the daytime!!Den was at it earlier flogging coats, said snow and freezing temps was forecast and only days away.
They wouldn't want to be in a hot tub with my familyWhat's funny is when their flogging the ceramic heaters or treadmills then it because none of want to be outside in the cold, yet with the hot tub, they're saying there's nothing better than being out in the snow and cold with family & friends in a hot tub.
Well they read the one from MarkAh well obviously their request for emails to the studio are only for positive emails from the ignorant happy clappy crowd, Kev's just repeated his claim that Vostok Europe are the only company in the world to PVD the back of a watch.
Cold weather? She doesn't know what she's talking about, I'm not cold (but I'm on holiday in Tenerife). The hotel TV doesn't have Ideal World but there's good wi-fi so I can keep up to date on what is going on in the world of Selly Telly. If you're interested it's 25 degrees in the daytime!!
With Peter and Voldemort walking past, pulling their ceramic radiators on a stringI wonder where they keep them all? All those desirable, great value treadmills they never sell out of? I can picture hundreds of thousands of them lining the abandoned streets of Varosha or Pripyat covered in dust or some other more worrying coating
Yep. I have a Raymond Weil with a PVD back (had it at least 10 years as well, so Kev - not only is what you say not so, but it hasn’t been so for a very long time).Kev also loves to say "listen to this" as though he's away to say something really important, but it's usually a let down.
Oh Kev just asked Peter and I assume the audience, what other company in the world PVD plates the back of their watch (Mason's Almaz) rose gold like Vostok Europe, name them he said, Peter said Vostok Europe, well just emailed the answer to IW as I have a Frederique Constant with a rose Gold plated back, hopefully Kev will acknowledge this fact.
Yep. I have a Raymond Weil with a PVD back (had it at least 10 years as well, so Kev - not only is what you say not so, but it hasn’t been so for a very long time).
I also have a couple of Dreyfuss (part of the Rotary group) chrono watches with both PVD backs and ETA 7750s in them. By what I hear on IW, these aren’t the mid-range workhorse chronographs I thought they were (basically the ETA Valjoux 7750 was designed as a non column-wheel chronograph, to save on cost, and even had some plastic components in early models, again to save cost). Oh no. These are ‘luxury’ timepieces, impossible to buy any more (except from Tissot, Certina, Hamilton, Longines etc etc). And obviously, the PVD backs must be a figment of my imagination.
I was given a different Dreyfuss when I left work, with a 2824-2 in it and a hunter case - the back of this is also rose gold PVD.
I do wish these ’experts’ would actually know something about their products…
I caught a few minutes of that show. When I saw the new presenter my first thoughts were, It's Mr Bean selling a Beem coffee machine (the brand name). I suspect Mason was having a laugh when he suggested that he was stirring up the passions of certain viewers.I saw him on one coffee show with Mason and Mason was saying to him that they were getting a lot of emails asking if he was single. Kinda says a lot about IW's coffee connoisseurs.