From Patek to Breitling, Reviewing A Collector’s Sports Watches | Rant&h Collection Review

Today, we’re digging deep into a T&H fan’s watch collection. From Patek to Breitling, it’s clear this geek is into sports watches. His next move could be his grail – but what will he have to liquidate? Find our thoughts here

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Loek Lodewijck says:

Where is the app link for IOS Europa

Matt Wong says:

First comment!!!

Amin Sabet says:

Mmmm… Datograph in platinum…

I would never spend that much on a watch, but if I did, that would be the one.

Ronald Stonecipher says:

I want to like the nautilus but idk, it just doesn’t do it for me.

Ignited911 says:

Is the app ios only?

prince of beirut says:

amazing collection love it! great review by the way

iron wolf says:

What are you talking kid…???)). Chronomat is the most sophisticated and the most important watch line among all Breitling lines! Chronomat basically is both diver and flight watch… Chronomat has in house movement and is most refined watch among all Breitling watches… Navytimer doesn’t even come close to Chronomat because Navy has poor water resistance, too specific design like a plate with calculating features… Chronomat is the most important Breitling, period. Learn about the brand not only from Archieluxury channel, and only then talk.

Evander Jameson says:

Gorgeous watches & video, but please help me- I believe a collection should be personal, no? People gravitate to watches for a specific reason. Style of dress, automobiles owned, significant others, capturing moments in history commemoratively, unique artistic aesthetic, etc… the beauty of a collection is in how it isn’t “perfect” but has certain skewed leanings and one of a kind flavor. Just my opinion, and perhaps I’m way off and uneducated, but choosing a collection based on what someone (that you have never met) believes would be ideal rather than seeking to acquire what calls your name over and over until you have it on your wrist feels misguided to me. I sense that I may be waxing nostalgic and I don’t understand the value of balance, but if a watch doesn’t speak to you, why own it? Especially when you could put a European sports car in its stead. I love these videos, however, and I’m honestly presenting this viewpoint so that I can be educated as to why I am misunderstanding collection goals.

Mathieu B says:

I’m curious about the timekeeping of the datejust, considering how the second hand moves.

Pipo Bk says:

He has my dream collection give or take a couple of item !

Michael Bruce says:

I appreciate your opinion and enjoy hearing what you have to say about this collection. It made me curious seeing his collection if maybe the owner is a larger guy and has a big wrist (Panerai, Breitling, Spitfire, etc), in which case the Chronomat is probably a good fit for him. I agree the Chronomat is flashy but if you like things like that and it fits your wrist, i think it is a good choice. You mention it is “big, bulky, and bold” but on someone with a 8.5 inch wrist it may not end up seeming big and bulky. I am a big Breitling fan, more than most, so I may be a little biased. I have seen the larger Breitlings on guys with larger wrists and they do not end up looking as big and gaudy as you may think.

Carter Sandsack says:

The strap on your Datejust makes the watch so bad, sorry! Doesn’t fit!


love the suggestion you gave, about the gold rolex sport gmt. Where can you get one?

James Walker says:

Hard-hitting bold pieces. Serious wrist presence going on here.

Michael Luce says:

I can’t find said app.. 🙁

Andrew Steel says:

i think grails should be somthing that you should have to work for to afford. if you can just plop down the cash for the watch without breaking a sweat then its not a grail watch no matter your income level.

Sid Baum says:

This is a nice, well thought out smaller collection with great growth potential. I completely agree with your comments about the Breitling Chronomat. A vintage Rolex sport watch in gold and perhaps an Oyster would be great additions.

smaug says:

is that a hermes bracelet?

Laz Andres Mesa says:

I have to give you ton of credit here, Christian. You were very diplomatic and never pushed your agenda on watches. Mad respect. You now have to do my collection. 😉

dustyowl99 says:

datagraph all day

Sir Alfred Powell says:

2:59 oh look, that’s the genuine version of Andy Hunters Patek!

juulfops97 says:

The Dato isn’t really an alternative at 95k. I’d go for the 1815 chrono

Time with Don says:

Datograph is a good idea flip all breitlings.

phat nutz says:

the 16758’s too gold for me but i agree with everything else. nice work christian!

Robert Cowles says:

Another great show. I introduced your show to my friend as a vintage show. You proved me wrong with your knowledge of high end sports. Truly amazing. Can’t wait to send my collection and get your guidance. Thanks again.

Bryan Chan says:

I love commemorative pieces but then you might end up limiting the way you can readjust and change up the collection, or refine it, because you might feel like it’s a declaration that the event no longer matters (enough). hmmm

Neill Levine says:

great review Christian! +1 on losing the chronomat.
I’d like to get a vintage chrono like the Top Time(design-wise), but a bit easier on the wallet, like the Pierce. What sort of companies would you recommend looking into?

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