The Watch Insider | Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Sohne, Hublot, JLC, and More

Which luxury watches will Brian Govberg bring from the WatchBox vault? Our inventory of pre-owned timepieces is always exciting, but which watches will it be today? Rolex? Audemars Piguet? Laurent Ferrier? Patek Philippe? Tune in to learn all the ins and outs of the watch industry from our very own Watch Insider!




Ian Gault says:

Hahaha……love the ‘make it simple’ comment to Mr Mosso……thank God even Brian gets lost. I’m sitting with a coffee and a Dunhill trying to filter through what the hell Tim is saying and my wife says ‘why are you sitting with your mouth open like a goldfish?’ Superlative stuff. Mosso must swallow the book before he goes live.

WatchBox Reviews says:

I’m not sure what’s up with the thumbnail, but this **is** the Brian show in case anyone was confused.

City of Gentlemen says:

That GP is unreal. Amazing looking piece.

Greg Mieg says:

Zeitwerk 10 year anniversary model at sihh?

Edward Black says:

Hi I heard somewhere that silicone springs ( and I guess same for many plastics) break as they deteriorate with age. Maybe this is why rolex with its reputation of long term durability to protect didn’t produce them? What do you think about the long term durability of silicone? Puts me off a luxury watch buy if it has one as I am a keeper not a flipper

Parag Patel says:

That zenith is incredible. I have been eyeing it for years and was overjoyed they finally produced an updated functional dial layout. I want it real bad…

Kubilay Demir says:

Your comments on the AP were hilarious :D.

Daniel Katz says:

Bryon, Thx for nudging the simpler explanation

Eduard Meier-Lee says:

Instead of shamelessly unjustified prising A. Lange & Söhne’s capabilities you should better mention the huge know how transfer within the Swiss based Richmond Group was done to bring up A. Lange & Söhne being capable to develop such time pieces. A. Lange & Söhne belongs to Richmond and companies like Jäger le Coultre etc have provided the technology needed to start up A. Lange & Söhne.

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