It’s the watch so nice, we featured it twice! Both the rose gold and the titanium were featured. Pound for pound, this complete calendar from Blancpain might be as close as it gets to “perfect” in the world of watchmaking!
Zenith Chronomaster Original
El Primero lore runs deep. Since its introduction in 1969 as the first automatic chronograph, Zenith’s legendary movement has been a staple of some of the world’s greatest watches. In 2021, Zenith introduced the Chronomaster Original — a watch faithful to… well… the original! With a totally modern engine inside, this is a updated timepiece that’s ahead of the curve.
A. Lange & Sohne 1815 Annual Calendar (pre-owned)
The 1815 Annual Calendar is the first watch in a long time that stopped us dead in our tracks. Watch fans know that ALS is in a league of its own when it comes to masterful watchmaking, and viewed up close, the level of finishing is simply sublime. Craftsmanship like this takes time, which is why these pieces of art are so hard to find.
Rolex Submariner “Bluesy” Turquoise (pre-owned)
Here at Feldmar, we like to keep watches fun. And what’s more fun than a watch with a nickname? The “Bluesy” refers to any two-tone Rolex Submariner with a blue dial, and this version is even more special thanks to a rare turquoise dial!
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About The Author: Tom Roth
Born in Washington state, Tom developed an interest in photography during college at University of San Diego. There, he got started in music journalism, interviewing artists and taking photos at concerts. A life-long tinkerer and collector, it wasn’t long before Tom became fascinated with fountain pens and watches.
Those interests collided in November 2020 when Tom started at Feldmar Watch Company where he lives out every watch geek’s dream: photographing and writing about timepieces. When he’s not tinkering with his watch collection, Tom can be found traveling, biting his nails while watching PNW sports teams, and taking flying lessons.