Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, De Bethune, Panerai & Luxury Watches of Summer 2018

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Luxury watch buyers, collectors, and enthusiasts join Tim Mosso of Watchbox for an evening of luxury watches for summer fun. With the summer season only two days hence, Tim reviews a stunning lineup of luxury sports watches from Patek Philippe (Nautilus 5711), Audemars Piguet (Royal Oak Offshore), Officine Panerai (Luminor 1950 PAM 127), De Bethune (DB28Z Matte Black). Rolex is represented by the Cosmograph Daytona 116500LN and the Yacht-Master II 116680 (Baselworld 2017 execution). Complicated watches have their day thanks to a rare and spectacular Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph 25977BA. Patek Philippe swings back with a sister act; the Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167R makes a rare appearance in rose gold. Jaeger LeCoultre offers two sports watches for summer souls; the Deep Sea Vintage Chronograph is the perfect partner for a surfside swim; the Grand Reveil perpetual calendar alarm in rose gold is ideal for keeping your dinner appointments back on the Miami Beach strip. Fans of German watches will be gratified to know that even Teutonic timers love to have a good time; A Lange & Sohne enjoys capable representation tonight courtesy of the Saxonia Langematik Perpetual in platinum and a classical Lange 1 in yellow gold. German-Swiss watchmaking has its day at the beach; we share our H. Moser & Cie Mayu Small Seconds. Hublot wants us to know that it loves football, but if we can pull the porthole people away from the World Cup for a moment, then the Hublot Big Bang Unico Italia Independent is the ideal two-way player for watersports and terra firma. Finally, the Blancpain Lamborghini partnership may be drawing to a close, but watches are forever, and the L-Evolution R Chronographe Flyback Grande Date carries the torch of this old flame into 2018 with verve. This is Watches Live #31!

A Lange & Sohne Saxonia Langematik Perpetual
A Lange & Sohne Lange 1
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph 25721ST
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph Tourbillon 25977BA.OO.1205BA.02
Blancpain L-Evolution R Chronograph Flyback Grande Date R85F-1203-52B
Breguet La Tradition 7027B119V6
De Bethune DB 28ZS8S Matte Black
H Moser & Cie Mayu Small Seconds 321.503-003
Jaeger LeCoultre Deep Sea Vintage Chronograph Q207857J
Jaeger LeCoultre Grand Reveil Q163242A
Panerai Luminor 1950 PAM 127 “Fiddy”
Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Firenze Boutique PAM 605
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona 116500LN
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master II 116680 (Baselworld 2017 execution)
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner 1680 “Red Submariner” Mark IV dial


MrBusytimmy says:

9:55 nice to see my comment about ‘humans’ being able to wear and not wear certain sized watches has made it into your nomenclature, Tim xo

Guilherme Lessa says:

Lange is scary beautiful.

MrBusytimmy says:

That yellow gold Lange 1 is drop dead gorgeous Tim – I think that will be my next Lange

jason starek says:

Seeing how sharp and wearable that AP looks on Tim’s wrist is making me second guess the Off Shore (for the better).

jason starek says:

People just love to hate, and hate to love, Panerai.

Light 15 says:

If you are in the UK you should go to Greenwich, the royal observatory, and see the four Harrison movements that solved the longitude problem.

jason starek says:

People love to hate, and hate to love, Panerai.

Alvin Aw says:

Lange 1 is my pick…… simple dial beautiful back movement. what a pretty art piece on the wrist.

vdbdg says:

That was another succulent selection!

Eric Nielsen says:

Lange1 amazing, JLC bicompax Sub alternative, but DB28 Dark for the Win.

Abdul Rahman Abdel Razek says:

My picks from the table in the order that i would want for summer would be the Rolex Submariner 1680, Lange 1, JLC Deep Sea, Breguet la Tradition, then the Panerai Firenze. Thanks Tim for the video.

MrBusytimmy says:

Ok I hate to say it, but that first PAM is also rather striking. Possibly one of the few I’d consider owning from the brand

Philip Essehorn says:

Very entertaining and you are very talented. Keep it up

Chris Lowe says:

The vintage Rolex Submariner is pure watch porn . Great show again Tim .

jason starek says:

A red Sub!? Are you sh*ting me?

A Wilson says:

Who’s worse, vintage Rolex guys that talk about the order of depth ratings, or the Paneristi who argue about which logo they have?

Great show, Tim and amigos.

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