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5 Secrets Tips on How to Take Care of Your Watch
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com – 5 Secrets Tips on How to Take Care of Your Watch How should you take care of your watch? How should you clean it? What should you clean it with? These are important questions with important answers and the reason why I made this video. The 5 Secret tips below come from all my years of experience in the luxury watch industry and frequently asked questions I get from customers [DISCLAIMER: They're not really “secrets,” but since everyone on YouTube since to be throwing this word around, I decided I would do so as well! Lol]. Secret Tip #1: How to Clean Your Watch – Do's and Don'ts I know that a lot of you are lazy, but cleaning your watch periodically is a must. To clean your watch, simply use a mild soap and water or jewelry cleaner, as well as a soft toothbrush. Secret Tip #2: Rinse Watch After Using it in Saltwater This applies to both saltwater or pool water, which contains chlorine. Make sure that you rinse your watch thoroughly when you go home. I like to put it inside a glass of water while I take a shower, so that it could rinse properly. Secret Tip #3: Don't Shower with Your Watch On This watch maintenance tip is important. Avoid showering with your watch on, so that soap residue (the same one that builds up over time in your shower) doesn't get all over the watch. It will also be easier to clean the watch if you don't shower with it. Secret Tip #4: Never Wear Your Watch When Doing Something Mechanical There's nothing more painful than banging your watch up while doing something stupid; something that you shouldn't be doing. That has happened to me once too many times with my Rolex watches. So my advice to you is to take your watch off before you partake in any mechanical activity. Secret Tip #5 Never use a Polishing Cloth to Clean Your Watch One side of a polishing cloth is for buffing. The last thing you want is to polish or smooth out the satin surface on your Rolex. It's there for contrast. The polishing cloth is only meant for the surfaces of your watch that are already polished! Follow these five tips to avoid having to make any unnecessary repairs to your watch down the road. In the worst scenario, your watch will at least look much better all of the time! What do you think of my 5 tips on how to care for a watch? Do you have any other secret maintenance tips of your own? Let me know in the comments below. If you like this video, please also share it with your friends and subscribe to our channel. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
Views: 80977 CRM Jewelers
You Wouldn't Believe What Happened to My Watch!!
 
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One of my favorite watches in my collection, which is the AP 44 millimeter in carbon..I completely broke it. You know, random. I was wearing the watch and I was actually in the middle of work and when I looked down, I realized that the date wheel is stuck in the middle two dates and I completely freaked out. At first, I thought maybe I didn't wind it, but then I realized I had been wearing it for at least three days straight. So then I went into panic mode, you know? So I take off the watch and I look at the back and I noticed that the balance wheel is not even spinning. I tapped the watch, it moves very little. Chrono is stuck. I'm thinking, “Oh my God!” So my first option was I took it to my favorite watchmaker. I had him check it out and right off the back, he tells me, “Eric, it's completely locked. What did you do to the watch? Did you hit it? Did you do something?” I said, “Absolutely not. I babysit this thing man. I barely even used it. Why would it be locked?” He says, “I don't know man, but it looks like it's pretty serious and I'm not sure I can fix it.” So then I thought to myself, what the heck did I do to my watch?! So I sat there and I kind of retraced my movements, the last three days prior to that, and really there was nothing that stood out like a red flag. I just was kind of like, you know I started thinking maybe the watch just needed service. Maybe it dried out and it was just completely just ready to be serviced. So I was already king of dealing that, but then I really started thinking why the heck would this happen when I babysit it, I barely even use it. It's one of my favorite ones in the collection. And then it dawned on me exactly what had happened! [mystery sound] So then I realized staring at that Bubba Watson on how Richard Mille although they are very expensive, they are specialty made pieces. The Bubba Watson for example has a cradle set up where the movement that isolates it from any impact and stuff like that of that nature while he's playing golf and then I remembered I was at Top Golf for three hours hitting bombs for my brother-in-law's birthday party. So right when I realized that I felt like an idiot. I remembered perfectly I had the watch on and I used it for three hours and actually got kind of lucky, so I was hitting some missiles out there. But definitely that's what caused it to happen. The Bubba Watson and the Rafael Nadal RMs are not that expensive for no reason. They're made for that impact. And AP 44mm Carbon is not for that. You might get away with hitting it a couple times, you know hitting the club a couple of times, but not three hours worth of driving. Definitely not using at the gun range. The vibration and shock is clearly what had locked the watch. So I guess it's just gonna boil down to what the repairs are gonna be. If my watchmaker is gonna tell me it's seven to eight hundred bucks, I'll probably just go that route. But if it's gonna cost me $1200, I might as well just send it back to AP and have them at the Service Center do a full repair. So the conclusion is, never wear a watch like that while driving balls for three hours at Top Gold or use it at the shooting range. They're not meant for that. I should have probably just taken the RM 55 that day. It wouldn't have had that problem. On that note, I'm also glad I wasn't wearing this RM11 because this is not meant for that. So feel free to comment below how you feel about my broken AP or if I should send it to the AP Service Center or to my local watchmaker. And also remember to hit the notifications bell until it looks like this or you might not catch some of my latest episodes. And if you liked this video, please like and share. Also, subscribe to our channel. My name is Eric, this is Watch Your Style! Follow us on social media using the links below: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Kevin Hart Watch Collection - Rated from 1 to 10!
 
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🚩NOTE: Hit the bell "🔔" icon on our main channel page to get notified when we upload a new video [even if you're subscribed already]. Kevin Hart is one of the heaviest players in the luxury Watch Game. He has been collecting watches for quite some time. Just thing about this... One of the hashtags that he uses on his Instagram page is #watchgamedigusting. Which I totally agree with! Kevin Heart's watch collection includes pretty much all the important pieces. Essentially, you're my watch here! His collection contains the big four brands: Richard Mille, Patek Phillipe, Audemars Piguet and Rolex. When it comes to Rolex watches, he has a lot a lot of gold models (both sporty and dressy), but not many stainless steel watches. He has platinum, gold, diamonds, you name it when it comes to variations of different Rolex pieces. One of his very interesting pieces is a Day-Date II in yellow gold that comes with diamonds and rubies on the dial and a baguette bezel. That's an important watch that is pretty hard to find. For Patek Philippe, he has basically all the Nautilus models and also the sports models. The ones that stand out the most to me are the 5980-10R, which is includes includes a factory baguette bezel. He also has the Patek Philippe 5976, 40th Anniversary edition, as well as some Celestial models: the 6102R Celestial in rose gold with a black dial and the 6104G Celestial platinum with the baguette bezel, which is probably my Grail watch right now. When it comes to Richard Mille watches, he has the Nadal RM 035 Gold Toro. He also has a white Richard Mille Bubba Watson, as well as a RM11 Roberto Mancini edition. Furthermore, he's got the RM35 Nadal Americas. When it comes to AP watches, Kevin Hart is no stranger. Some of the most important Audemars Piguet models that he has include the Royal Oak Ceramic Perpetual Calendar, which is very hard to find and fetches a high premium price. He also has two Concept Tourbillons. One of my favorite pieces in Hart's AP collection is the AP 44 millimeter Carbon Queen Elizabeth II, a superb piece that's hard to get. But the main star of his AP lineup is the AP Royal Oak Extra Thin Skeleton Tourbillon in rose gold! Kevin Heart is a real deal, heavy hitting watch collector. He is the first collector that scores a Watch Game Rating of 10! This is what I call elite level in watch collecting! He has built this collection in a relatively short period of time, which is also a factor in his perfect rating. Do you agree with my review of Kevin Hart's watches? Let me know what you think in the comments below and also what other celebrity watch collection you would like me to review. Follow us on Social Media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
Views: 172988 CRM Jewelers
Ellen DeGeneres Watch Collection - Rated from 1 to 10!
 
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Had a lot of requests to review Ellen DeGeneres watch collection. It was about time I did a woman. Oops, that sounded bad! All kidding aside, Ellen's watch collection shows that she's very passionate about her luxury watches. She is a die hard Rolex fan. To start off, her white gold, blue dial Submariner is a very sexy watch for a woman to wear. To complement her Sub, she has a green dial, all gold Rolex GMT Master II. Ellen has also been seen wearing the newer rose gold Rolex Yacht-Master with the Oysterflex strap. Even though it's not one of my favorite watches, it's a good start for Ellen as far as the sports watch models go. For the Presidential models, the most recent are the Day-Date 40mm in yellow gold and the other in Platinum. Ellen DeGeneres' favorite Rolex model is probably the Daytona. She has the black dial steel Daytona and also rose gold Daytonas in with both the black and (less common) ivory dials. She's also been spotted with a few strapped Daytona models, like yellow gold Daytona with a Panda dial and a brown leather strap and the new style yellow gold Daytona with the ceramic bezel and the Oysterflex rubber strap. Ellen DeGeneres wrist fashion also includes some vintage pieces. The ones that I have seen her wear and like the most are her vintage Daytonas. This includes a 6263 Daytona in steel that is one of my grail watches and probably favorite Daytona. Another one of her vintage pieces is a 6265 in gold, which is probably the heaviest hitter in her vintage watch collection. She also has two vintage GMTs. Ellen's watch collection also includes a well-rounded variety of Patek Philippe pieces. She has a 5711 in both rose gold with a chocolate dial and in stainless steel with a white dial. Here collection also includes a Nautilus 5990, probably one of my favorite pieces from the brand. One of the ones that hasn't really grown on me yet is a 5960 on steel on a bracelet. She also has a rose gold Aquanaut 5167 on a rubber strap, also a stunning piece. Even though Ellen DeGeneres has an AP Royal Oak Dual Time, I haven't seen her wearing Aps often. Consequently, she is probably not a big fan of Audemars Piguet pieces. As far as the Watch Game goes, I'm giving Ellen a rating of 8, a sold 8! How do you feel about Ellen's watch collection and what other celebrity collection would you like me to review? Add your comments to the video below and stay tuned for more celebrity watch reviews. Follow us on Social Media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
Views: 129019 CRM Jewelers
The Watches are Gone!!! How will the Drought in the Swiss Watch Market Affect You?
 
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The Watches are Gone! I repeat, the Watches are Gone! On this video I discuss how the drought in the Swiss Watch industry is affecting the pockets of watch collectors like you and your ability to find the luxury watches that you're interested in. If you've tried buying a watch from a major Swiss brand like Rolex, Patek Philippe or Audemars Piguet since the summer, you have realized that the prices are not what you were expecting. A significant drought in regular models like ceramic Rolex Submariners and even common, higher end models like the Patek Philippe Nautilus have skyrocketed in price in a short period of time. You can't even find certain basic stainless models like the Rolex Hulk or Batman anymore and need to typically add your name to a waiting list of you visit the Authorized Dealers to look for them. It has become a lot tougher to find good deals n Swiss watch brand models as result. Even though I'm expecting this craziness to decrease some time next year after the Holidays are over and the degree of price manipulation subsides, right now it is just isn't easy to buy the watch that you want at even a price close to early 2017 levels. Let me know if you have found it difficult to find typical watches during this Swiss Watch market drought. Share the video with a friend who's into luxury watches. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
Views: 100068 CRM Jewelers
How to Make Money Selling Watches - My 5 Secrets to Success
 
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How can I make money selling watches? I get that question a lot. Let me tell you how I did it... I receive daily comments on YouTube, DMs on Instagram, and messages via email asking me how I started in the watch business and are profitable buying and selling watches for a living. I can tell you one thing, since I was a little kid collecting Casio watches I have been a fan of the darn things! I just love wristwatches and my attention to detail has always been keen. Another thing I want to clear up is that I did not come from a rich family that just handed me a few million dollars to buy every luxury timepiece under the sun. Far from it! I come from a hard working, middle class family. I learned how to make money in watches the hard way! It all started about 10 years ago. At my job at the time, I had a lot of extra time, free time that I used to start buying and selling a few luxury watch pieces at a time. My little hobby ended up picking up steam, so much that other people started giving me money to buy and sell watches for them. This led to me starting to receive job offers from different watch businesses and eventually attaining the position I have today. Here are 5 “Secret” Tips on How to Make Money Selling Watches (from my own experience): 1) Get the Right Product Knowle – Spend a lot of time learning about watches; that is, knowing your product. You need to learn to learn about real and fake watches (you must!), when a watch has been altered, etc. Gain experience with the different models you want to focus on. Practice using the loupe. Do your research. There are no shortcuts! You need to start gaining experience one day at a time. 2) Learn to Forecast the Market Accurately – Learn what's hot and what's not. Learn what new watches will be potentially “hot” sellers. Analyze the market and try to learn about the current and future trends. It takes practice and it won't happen overnight! 3) Establish Industry Contacts – This is a difficult one, but without it, you have no business. You need the contacts to buy your watches from at reasonable prices. You need to know watchmakers that are reliable and can repair your timepieces when required. These things are essential to succeed in the long run. 4) Make the Right Impression – You need to make your customers feel comfortable when they buy watches from you. Despite all the heat I take for wearing sunglasses on my videos, I can assure you that my video look does not carry over to in-person sales. Look the part if you're going to do this! 5) Know your Client – KYC is really important. Sell watches that your customers actually need based on their taste. Don't do it to make a quick buck. Stay in it for the long run! Thinking about starting your own business buying and selling watches? Let me know in the comments below. Also comment on what you think about my five tips above. Follow Us on Social Media, including Steemit! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
Views: 220798 CRM Jewelers
J Balvin Watch Collection - Rated from 1 to 10!
 
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J Balvin is one of the hottest stars in the Reggaeton music scene. His watch collection is surprisingly good! I met J Balvin 4-5 years when he came to our store to look for some watches. Since that conversation, I could tell that he was a watch fan and cared about watches. He also has good taste when it comes to watch collecting. The first watch that I saw him wear, which I noticed when he paid us a visit, was a 42mm Royal Oak Offshore Arnold Schwarzenegger edition in yellow gold. That created my first favorable impression of J Balvin as a watch guy, since I'm also a fan of the Audemar's Piguet brand. Balvin has also been spotted with a Rolex Sky-Dweller in yellow gold, another good choice and a popular piece from Rolex. He has many other watches, including a Lebron AP, which I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with as well as one that it's always a classy choice for me, a Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712. J Balvin also has an 39mm AP in white gold with full pave diamonds, not my favorite choice, but a heavy hitting piece nevertheless. His passion for watches started snowballing after that. For example, he acquired a white gold Daytona rainbow afterwards, which is one of the few Rolex watches that are truly hard to get and is going well over retail price. The piece that pretty much sealed the deal for me when it comes to J Balvin's watches is the AP Concept Tourbillon GMT. Anybody that buys that watch and wears it often, is truly a watch fanatic! Overall J Balvin has Watch Game. As a result, I give him a rating of 7.5. Let me know what you think of my rating for his watch collection. Also, feel free to comment what celebrity watch collection you would like me to review next! Follow us on Social Media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
Views: 58071 CRM Jewelers
What Does The Future Hold For Baselworld...Is This The End?!
 
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So it's official. The watches were releases for Baselworld 2019 and yeah I know, this and that, the critics are raving. The haters are hating, but the watches are finally out. So what do I think about what came out? Well, very simple. Was I wrong? Well, they were predictions, so, who the hell cares? I pretty much think every single blogger was wrong. That's why they're called predictions. However, sticking to Rolex, I think the one word that everybody can agree on is disappointment. So the first watch that obviously grabs everyone's attention is the Batman with the Jubilee. I guess, you know what I mean, it's not a terrible watch, but I don't understand what's the whole big deal about it, you know? I don't know man. Was it necessary? I don't think so. I think with the Pepsi just being released so soon...I don't know. I don't really care much for it. It's cool, but I don't think it's enough to carry the brand throughout the year, but whatever! I guess with this whole Baselworld thing now, it's like it puts this pressure on the brands to every year release these new releases and it's kind of like, every year is like the pressure to constantly have this new watch, so that being said, the other one that also I'm not really that crazy about was the new Sea-Dweller in two-tone. I mean, I guess, OK? It's a nice watch, whatever! Like I said, I'm just not that excited about it. I think the only one that I'm mostly excited about is, I want to see in person the 42 millimeter Yacht-Master in white gold and rubber. You see, that's something different. They made the watch bigger, completely different. That's gonna be I guess something just new to experience. Another one, cuz I'm not gonna talk about all of them, is the GMT with the meteorite dial. It's nice, I guess. You put meteorite in anything and it looks good, but I don't know man. I feel like that watch was nice to begin with, the white gold with the black dial. Then they came out with a blue dial. Whatever! Then they just said [bleep] it, just throw meteorite in it, you know? It's nice, again I'm not saying it's not nice. I guess I'm just disappointed. I don't know if I was just expecting like this whole new freaking grand complication model would come out for Rolex or what, but I think everybody agrees that it was just kind of like, “Ehhh, ehhh,” that's kind of how we feel about the Rolexes that came out. Now as far as Patek is concerned, I mean they did have several watches that came out, but the one that stands out to me was the 5726 Nautilus in steel with the blue dial. I mean, way to fan the flames on this whole Nautilus blue dial extravaganza, you know? It's like, how much is it gonna be now and how long is the waiting list gonna be, you know? It's not a bad looking watch. I mean, clearly guys, it's obviously nice, and I've always said by the way, that the 5726 is the second favorite watch that I like after the 5980 because you get the size, so it's a little bit thicker, not as slim as the 5712 or the 5711, so I think it's a perfect compromise from the 5980. Now, with the blue dial, you know how that goes. $50,000 over retail or what not. Now, Hublot this year actually quite surprised me. They released a new Classic Fusion Ferrari. I'm not crazy about the watch, the way it looks, but it was quite surprising. You see, that's how you come out with a whole new model, completely different watch all the way through and you gotta give them credit for that. There's gonna be biased for it, there's gonna be people that like it. I just think it was good and bold for them to just come out with a whole new line as opposed to some of the other brands that really just dropped a dial or a different color and again, I think that this pressure of coming out with a brand new model and design every year is a little bit much, but Hublot did come out with something new and it's something different. Now, the one brand that really for me showcased the most amount of like shock and awe models, in my opinion, was Jacob & Co. I mean, I think they released easily 8 or 9 different new pieces. The three that stood out to me the most was one, the Astronomia Casino. That one for me was an awesome play. I mean, one, I love roulette, but to have an actual working roulette wheel that throws the ball, I mean how cool is that man? I mean, I don't care what you're gonna think about it or if it looks tacky on the wrist. Man, just imagine being able to have them just in a watch winder, just to play with them. I think it's just pretty cool and it's a work of art.... Follow us on social media using the links below: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Should You Pay Over Retail for Luxury Watches?
 
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🚩NOTE: Hit the bell "🔔" icon on our main channel page to get notified when we upload a new video [even if you're subscribed already]. Paying retail prices for luxury watches suck. Paying over retail sucks even more! Should you do it? When a luxury watch like a Rolex or Patek Philippe sells for a higher price than retail price, it's obviously because the demand is higher than the supply for that particular model. Nevertheless, I broke up the categories into two: 1) Discontinued Watches 2) Low-Supply, High-Demand Watches A perfect example of discontinued luxury watch models that sell over retail is the Patek Philippe 5711 in stainless steel. Even though the watch has a retail price of $24,700, the watch now fetches close to $50,000 in the secondary (or gray) market. That's steep! If you want to buy a 5711 right now, you have to pay over retail. The thing is that, in my opinion, the price of that watch will probably just continue going up over time, so if you're interested in getting it, you gotta ask yourself, “How much do I really want it?” Another example I use on the video is the Patek Philippe Nautilus 5980 in steel. An example of a new watch in the low-supply, high-demand category is the ceramic Rolex Daytona. You know, the one with the 5-year waiting list!? People are currently paying $5,000 over retail for that watch! They are also getting on that 5-year waiting list. For Christ sake, the watch might actually be cheaper in 5 years! Would you really accept a market price of $19,000 to $20,000 for a ceramic, stainless steel Daytona?! For watches in the second category, the possibility of prices dropping over time is very real (unlike for the discontinued category). Another two examples I use on this video for watches in the low-supply, high-demand category are the Rolex Hulk and the Rolex Batman. So back to the question, “Should you pay over retail for a watch?” In my opinion, it depends. If you're obsessed with the watch and really want it, I say go for it. You only live once, right? If you're more prudent when it comes to buying your watches and see things more from the point of view of a watch investor, then you might want to hold off before pulling the trigger – especially if the watch is in the second category above. But what's your personal opinion when it comes to paying above retail for certain pieces? Let me know in the comments below and make sure to share this video with someone that loves high-end watches. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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AP Carbon Diver Watch Review
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - AP Carbon Diver Watch Review This review is on a very special diver's watch: the Carbon Diver from Audemars Piguet. This diving watch from AP is made out of forged carbon and has a great, stealthy look to it, which I love. If you walk into a room of people who don't know much about luxury watches, they might think that it's a special G-Shock or something! But make no mistake about it, the AP Carbon Diver watch will put you in a whole other level when it comes to watches. You will definitely stand out in the crowd if you decide to buy one. The dimensions and functions of this watch are the same as the other stainless steel diving watch from AP, but the dial (with the yellow highlights) stands out a lot more, which I like. The retail price of the Carbon Diver is $27,500. Since there aren't a lot of these watches available, you will often not be able to get a super deal from your watch dealer for it. In fact, you will be lucky if you can find it preowned in the range of $16,000 to $18,000. The only similar AP watch to this one is the 44-mm AP Carbon, but we're talking about two different watches here. As far as the Watch Game is concerned, you cannot go wrong with the AP Carbon Diver. It will definitely get your Yacht-Master II buddies talking! What do you think of the Carbon Diver? Let me know in the comments section below. Also, if you're into cool watches, make sure to subscribe to our channel and use our social media links below to stay up to date with all our cool pictures and videos. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! http://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Watch Collection Update - Rolex Submariner 16610LV Kermit
 
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Here's the latest update to my watch collection. This is one that got away! As you will see on the video, the latest addition to my collection is the Rolex Submariner 11610LV, also known as the “Kermit.” On my last watch collection update, I mentioned that I traded in my LV Sub in the past for a Deepsea. I regretted that over time and now acquired Now I have the Coke, the Pepsi, my birthday Submariner, and the LV Sub is back! An important thing when you're buying this watch is the insert. The inserts are almost impossible to get. Thee are two variations of the green, one a sharper green and one more of an olive green. The dial of the LV sub is different than that of the regular Rolex Sub. The hands are also a bit broader on the Kermit. But don't go by the insert alone when buying an LV Sub. Make sure that it has the correct dial and reference number. This new Rolex I added to my collection didn't have the box and papers, but I got it at a really good price ($8,800), so I didn't really care. I know if I hold this watch long enough, I know that my money is safe. I compare all of these ports Rolex watches to my 1967 Chevelle SS hot rod, which you will also see on the video, American Muscle! One thing that I would have liked about my new watch collection addition is a new insert! Maybe I'll get my hands on one at a good price as time goes on. So how do you feel about my watch collecting video? Are you also a watch collector? Let me know in the comments below, and mention any model that you're currently after! Also, make sure to Follow Us on Social Media, including Steemit! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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10 Reasons Why You Should Own a Luxury Watch
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com – 10 Reasons Why You Should Own a Luxury Watch Why should you own a luxury watch? Some people say that watches are unnecessary since your smartphone can tell the time. But that reasoning can quickly be dis-proven with these 10 reasons. 10 Good Reasons to Buy Watches Reason #1) Watches Create Opportunity – People will react more favorably to you when you are wearing a nice looking watch. It changes the way people see you. Reason #2) Women like watches, which means that they like men who wear watches. I know from experience. Lol. Reason #3) For Investment Reasons. This is a very important reason. Buying the right quality watch usually means that, in the worst case, the value of your investment is preserved. In most cases, these kind of luxury watches will gain value over time, sometimes even more than stocks. Reason #4) Watches Enhance Your Style. Whether it's your outfit or look, luxury watches will enhance it. Reason #5) Get You More Respect. Just try it during your next important business meeting. See what effect does wearing a nice wrist watch has on the outcome of your next meeting! Reason #6) Watch Collecting is a Great Hobby. From lower end watches to the more expensive high end models, collecting watches is a lot of fun. Reason #7) Watches are Great Topics of Conversation. Try it during your next party or social event! Reason #8) Watches will Make You More Money. They are deal closers. Reason #9) Luxury Watches are Status Symbols Reason #10) A Wristwatch is Art on Your Wrist. The more you get into watch collecting, the more you'll appreciate the art of horology. What do you think of these 10 reasons? Do you agree or disagree? Let me know in the comments below. Also, let me know what other important reasons you may have for owning or buying luxury watches. If you like this video, please share it with your friends and subscribe to our channel. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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My Watch Collection – The One That Almost Got Away
 
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Today we're gonna be doing a watch collection update. Now this particular watch has a story behind it and I believe it's one of the most overlooked Rolexes in the collection. And that watch is the GMT Pepsi in white gold. Alright, so the GMT 116719 is one of those models that I feel is just kind of been overlooked. I just feel like not a lot people buy them. I guess cuz they want, you know, I guess they want a yellow gold watch already for that price, but the thing about it is is that I find it so rare and unique. I definitely like it better than the white gold Sub and now with this whole Pepsi with the jubilee. I don't know. I don't really care much about the jubilee guys. I rather have it on a vintage model. But now with the whole up prices of the jubilee where they're already almost like 20 grand, I feel like it's gotten a lot of importance to that white gold GMT. Now, if you didn't know, it's discontinued in the black dial. They're not gonna make it anymore. Then they came out with the blue dial, which was a run of pretty much one year. Whatever! That one the flames, the whole force is burning on that one because they're quote on quote going for forty thousand. I don't really see it, but whatever. So which leads me to the story of this GMT. This particular GMT that I have here is gonna be the third time that I buy this exact watch. And it's a pretty cool story and I'm gonna share it with you. So right off the back, I've always kind of liked this watch. It's always been one of those watches that I said that I want to keep for the permanent collection and what happened was that I had a client and a really good friend of mine. This guy's really sick into watches, OK? He comes in one day and he does a trade-in with me and he wants to trade it because he was sacrificing several pieces for one of those 40th anniversary Nautiluses. So I took it in on trade. He had bought it brand new. His name is on the card and he kind of needed a premium for it just because we were trying to bridge a gap of such a large number. I couldn't really get too many people to stock it at that moment because the whole craze hadn't really happened yet and I took a risk and I said, you know what, I'll buy it. I'll stock it. At that moment I wasn't really sure if I was gonna keep it for the collection or perhaps maybe just flip the watch, so I took a chance on it and I bought it. What happens was that I ended up wearing the watch a bit at the store, never putting it for sale, never polishing or nothing, right? And then I have another really good friend of mine which is probably one of my also biggest clients comes in and says, “What's up with that white gold Pepsi? I want it!” I said, “Man, look, I don't yet if I really want to sell it,” but he's a good guy to sell it to, so I said, “You know what? Just take the watch.” We hammered out a price and we closed the deal. So the watch was done. It went from one good client and friend to another good client and friend. He enjoyed the heck out of that watch, OK, because he's one of those guys that really can appreciate the model. So we fast-forward to not too long ago. The watch comes back again. Again! The piece has to be sacrificed and it's on the chopping block because this time, this other guy wants to make a move and go for a blue face 5980 in steel. Again he needs a premium for it and says, “I think the watches went up a little bit,” and I said, “You know what? I'll more than happily take the watch back again.” Second time I buy the watch. I get it back again. This time, I'm wearing the watch for only three days and I go have lunch with a friend of mine, another friend, but this is actually a very long term friend. He was a friend before even a client, OK? And then he says the watch and he goes, “I want it.” I said, “Listen, it's not for sale. I think I'm gonna keep it this time, you know.” “Oh common! I want it! I want it! I want it!” I said, “Man, it's not for sale.” So he says, “Eric, sell me the watch. I want it today,” and I said, “Look, I'm gonna give it to you at this price, but the only way that I'm gonna sell you this watch is with the contingency that you have to sell it back to me, alright?” So we shook on it. We had a deal and before I knew it, my best friend swindles me out of the watch again! The third time! So I'm like, alright! Fast-forward.... Make sure to also Follow Us on Social Media! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Vintage Rolex Watches - The Vintage Life is Sick!
 
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So I had a lot of requests on people asking me why don't I review more vintage watches. See now the thing is I'm not exactly an expert on vintage pieces. My forte is more the modern watches. But I have had access to several of them and I've decided to do a few for you. And I'm gonna call this series, “The Vintage Life.” So the vintage watch world is a very complicated and tricky world I wanna tell you. The reason is because there's several small things that can change the value of these watches dramatically. A simple bezel or perhaps a service dial can modify that price anywhere from five to fifteen thousand dollars, so you really gotta know what you're doing in the vintage world, so that you know what you're buying and if long term the value is there on the piece. But what I have for you today is actually one of my more desirable, one of the ones that I like more, which is a vintage GMT. Now this is a reference number 6542. It's a 1959 GMT Master with the Bakelike bezel. So this watch is in stainless steel and has a 38 millimeter case. Some of these old, old GMTs are very funny looking man. The first thing that I liked about it is the look of the no-crown guards. It actually is in very good condition and it was lent to me by a friend of mine so I could do the video. He actually gave it to me to have it checked out because it was having some problems that the watch was stopping, but I said, “Hey, why not do a video?” Some of the things that I like about this exact particular watch that I am wearing is the dial. It's got that guilt shinny painted dial that over time has caused these spider cracks to occur. It's also got this fading to it, that's got this brown look. It also makes it look older. That's what really makes it look good. I do like that the hands match the look of the dial as far as the patina and the yellow browning of the luminescence. That's what I like. I like that. That's what makes it look very nice. My favorite thing about the 6542 model is the bezel. The bezel kind of looks like it's got these raised numbers in the inside and then it's got like this plastic poured on it. They call it the Bakelike bezel. Believe it or not, some of these bezels, the most are radioactive. Back then they just used a bunch of crazy stuff. I mean imagine, they were bombing lands testing nuclear weapons at that time. But those are things that I like the most about these watches. It's those little details. Yes, I like do like the ones with the aluminum insert, but my favorite GMTs of all are gonna be these with the plastic insert bezel. So in the world of vintage, there's something that you hear a lot and the question is, “Does it have service hands and dials?” Now let me explain to you what that means. This watch right here is a 1959 and somewhere along the line there, somebody took it to get serviced and what happens is the dials start to fade out and get the patina and all the luminescence starts to break, all of that starts to happen and what happens is is that in the seventies let's say, when it went into the Rolex factory as a courtesy Rolex decides to put a new dial and a new set of hands. Now, they're thinking that that's helping you, when the original owner got the watch back, he's all impressed. The watch looks nice, but what happens is that kills the value of the watch, because the ones that are worth the most are the ones that have the original, untouched hands and dial. You see, it's very simple. Some of these watches with the factory original dial and hands have a value up to $60,000. However, with serviced hands and dial, it could be worth only 10 grand. It's that big of a difference. So, if you ever know anybody that has an original, untouched vintage Rolex, tell them to never send it to the Rolex factory because a lot of people, that's what they wanna do and if you send a vintage, untouched Rolex to the factory, you might as well have just thrown it away, cuz that's pretty much what you did to it. So now talking a little bit about the prices. You see this is where it gets kind of dangerous, these watches everything is all over the place. Depending on the papers. If the papers are even original. If the parts are even original because a lot of times what they'll do is, they'll build you the Holy Grail watch out of five other watches. You see that's the one detail where you gotta be careful. You know, watches like this exact one, it's gonna be worth anywhere from 35k to 45k... Make sure to share this with a friend that's into vintage watches. Also Follow Us on Social Media! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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MY WATCH COLLECTION – FINALLY REVEALED!
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com – MY WATCH COLLECTION – FINALLY REVEALED! “How does my luxury watch collection look like?” This is a question that I get from other watch collectors on a daily basis. Well, wait no more! I finally made a video to show you my collection of watches. Actually, it would have been a very long video if I went through my entire collection, so I chose the top 10 watches; the ones that I like the best and wear the most often. So here goes my top 10 list... Watch #1: AP Royal Oak Offshore Safari (retail price $26,000) This is the first AP watch that I've ever owned, so it's a special piece for me. It was a lot of money at the time I bought it. I have the bracelet, leather strap and deployant clasp to go along with it. Watch #2: Rolex GMT II Batman (retail price $9,895) The Rolex Batman or BLNR is a great part of my watch collection. I love this watch because when I don't want to wear an overly expensive stainless piece, this is a watch I can rely on. As a result, I get a lot of use out of this Rolex Watch (especially since I take it frequently on vacations). Watch #3: Hublot Big Bang (retail price $12,500) This is a Hublot watch that I was more excited about in the past when I got it, but now it's just like an old girlfriend. I usually keep it buried in my collection! Watch #4: Yacht-Master II in Stainless Steel (retail price $18,750) I like the Yacht-Master II better than the old gold and two tone versions. It's one of the watches that I use the most when I'm out on the boat or just chilling with jeans, etc. Watch #5: AP ROO Carbon (retail price $36,900) This watch is not the most expensive or the most flashy, but it's probably one of my favorite watches in my collection. I guess it's because I can wear the watch in stealth mode and many non-collectors won't even notice it. It's crazy also that a forged carbon watch like this is so expensive! Watch #6: Panerai Luminor Marina PAM 104 (retail price $7,000) This watch is special to me because it was a gift from my father. Thanks to my father and uncle I got into watch collecting. I love my Panerai. Watch #7: Patek Philippe Nautilus 5726 in Stainless Steel (retail price $39,500) This is one of my heavy hitters. I like this Patek Philippe watch because it's on a strap, so I can use it either wear it in a formal or semi-casual setting. It's a beautiful watch, one of my favorite. This is the thickest Nautilus Patek Philippe makes outside of the chronograph line. Watch #8: Rolex Submariner Black Dial (retail price $8,550) I don't think a watch collecting is complete without a Submariner. I don't wear it as much as I used to (since I've been wearing the Batman a lot more often), but this is a watch that any collector has to have. Watch #9: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chrono in (retail price $54,900) This is definitely one of my heavy hitters. I actually sold my yellow gold Rolex Day-Date II to partially fund the purchase of this all gold AP RO Chrono. If you want attention without overdoing this, this is a great watch to add to your collection. Watch #10: Patek Philippe Nautilus 5980 in Rose Gold on a Leather Strap (retail price $59,500) This is the current pinnacle of my collection, my Grail Watch! Even though I like the gold one on the bracelet, I like this one a lot more on the leather strap. Even though I don't get to wear it as much, this is definitely the favorite watch in my collection. Let me know what you think of my collection in the comments below. Also, if you are a beginner or advanced watch collector, let me know what your top collection watches are as well. If you like this video, please share it with your friends and subscribe to our channel. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Breguet Watches - Marine Chrono Review!
 
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Breguet Watches - Marine Chrono Review - We'll, we're back at the original studio, square one, where I used to do my old videos. I'd figured we'd do it a little bit more throwback with less of the glitz and glamour, just because I wanted to focus more on the brand. Now Breguet is a very, you know it's a different brand. It's not fore everybody, but it has a lot of tradition in watchmaking behind it, and we can say that these watches look different than all the others, and they bring a certain level of pedigree that's a bit different than perhaps Patek and Vacheron. I mean, all three are good brands, but Breguet has their own little twist to things. They have a log of ingenuity and like I said a lot of tradition. Now the particular model that I here for you is one of my personal favorites and it's the Marine Chronograph. So the first thing that for me is striking about these watches is just the way that they look. They're very sporty, but they have a very European flare in my opinion. It's just not something that you see all the time. One of the main things that these sports models has that always grabs my attention is this point edge that the cases have all the way around, which gives it that textured look. I don't know what it is about these watches, but when you're wearing one or when you see somebody wearing one, it just looks completely different than everything else. Yes, I like Rolex. Yes, I like Patek. Yes, I like AP, but the Breguet just gives it a whole different texture to a collection that you don't get from other watches. Now, I'm lucky enough to have been able to borrow from a friend of mine that's also a sick collector and probably the most OCD person I've ever met with watches. He actually has each one of these...he's actually got the Marine Chrono in each of the different finishes, which is pretty cool. For example, he's got this yellow one with the blue strap, which is very unique. I've never seen it. The white with the black and then of course the rose with the brown. Now, one thing that I wanna mention is that for me, one of the most iconic things about this model is that they usually bring a very specific rubber strap. Personally, I like this watch with that rubber strap. It just looks like something totally different that no other watch model has. It stands out, I mean, I hate to bring this up as an example, but it's almost like for example, how the APs have that specific rubber strap with the two lines in it or how when Hublot came out with that very specific tired trend strap, I feel the same thing with this Breguet. It has a very good looking strap that hugs the case all the way at the end pieces. He likes it more in the leather because he's more of a classier, dress up gentleman type of guy, so I get it. He's got these other watches with metal bands for more of the sporty look. But that's one of my favorite things about these watches. Before I even go to the case and the movement, I wanna also point out that Breguet has one of the most impressive clasps in the game. I mean, it just looks right off the back like it weighs 50 grams in gold and how about these things right here. It's just so perfectly executed that, for me, it's just very tasteful, very classy. But the clasp of a Breguet is something that's always grabbed my attention because it just looks so well made. They didn't skimp out at all with the gold. Now, as far as the dial layout goes, very traditional with the Roman numbers and I like the different colors that they used to make it pop. You know, if I had to choose one between all three of these, originally my favorite one was the rose, but I guess if I had to choose one, it would straight up be the yellow gold. There's just something about the contrast in the colors that for me really does it. If they were actually able to make a dark blue rubber strap for this watch, I don't know, it'll just be like a game changer for it. And you know, the buttons and stuff on this watch are very...goes with the whole layout of the watch. Crown very traditional. Almost all the Breguet sports models have the same crown, which is iconic. Push buttons have a little bit of a twist. Look great. This is not a really in depth review. You know how I am. I don't get so crazy into the full thing about it. One of my favorite things, stupid as it might be, about these watches is the way that the automatic rotor is in the back. Killer look, since it has the... Make sure to also Follow Us on Social Media! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Rolex Yacht-Master II – Watch Review
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com – Rolex Yacht-Master II – Watch Review The Rolex Yacht-Master II is the dominant sports watch model from the Rolex brand. On this review, I will show you the different types of Yacht-Master 2's and the functionality and purpose behind the model. The Yachtmaster II was released by Rolex in 2010. The watch was equipped with Rolex's new 4161 movement and featured Rolex's Ring Command bezel for the first time, which is a main component behind the countdown timer functionality of the model. At 44mm, the Yacht-Master II is tied with the Deepsea as the largest watch of the Rolex brand. Unfortunately, the Deepsea tends to be a lot taller than the Yacht-Master 2, making it look different on a man's wrist. The YM2 also features an Oyster bracelet with an Oysterlock clasp. Is the Yacht-Master II a Chrono? Many people mistake the Rolex Yacht-Master II for a chronograph, but it isn't. It simply has a 10-minute countdown timer that is popular in regatta races. On the video, you will see how the boating race timer is set and how it counts down. The timer can actually be set to count down from 10 minutes or less; 9 minutes, 8 minutes, etc. For me, the size of the watch, the white dial-blue bezel combination, and its overall balanced look makes it the perfect sports model and definitely one that belongs in the arsenal of any serious watch collector. The only thing I dislike from the Rolex Yachtmaster 2 design, even though I have gotten more used to it throughout the years, is the way Rolex inscribes the actual model name on the bezel. I believe it was too much of a commercialized moved by the Swiss watchmaker...but what the heck, I guess it's just something we'll just have to get used to! Yacht-Master II Variations and Prices The Rolex Yacht-Master 2 is available in yellow gold, two-tone, and stainless steel. Good prices for these variations are $28,500, $18,500 and $13,500 respectively. The price of a new Rolex Yachtmaster II will be around $2,000 more than the above. My favorite variation of the YM2 watch is the stainless steel version. As far as the Watch Game is concerned, the Yacht-Master II is the perfect watch to take out on a boat or beach event; that is, if you want to make heads turn. It's definitely a serious piece! If you liked this video and review of the Yacht-Master 2, please make sure to share it with your friends and subscribe to our YouTube channel. You will be notified whenever a future video is released. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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Stainless Steel vs White Gold Watches - Does it Really Matter?
 
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Stainless steel versus white gold...it's an ongoing debate when it comes to luxury watches. This is what I think about it... Even though stainless steel and white gold watches look pretty similar, the price discrepancy between some models can change dramatically. Out of the most popular luxury brands, I would say that Rolex carries the most options when it comes to watches in white gold, so I'm mainly going to focus the examples on this video to both steel and white gold Rolex timepieces. A good example of white gold versus stainless is that of the Rolex Pepsi that was just released in stainless steel. Even though the retail price of the stainless steel version is $9,000, the watch is going for over twice the retail price in the actual market! You will not be able to pick up a new stainless Pepsi for less than $18,000! Due to this inflated market price, I would simply prefer to pick up a pre-owned, white gold model for the $26k to $27k they're going for right now. You'll be getting the precious metal, which is always a plus. So should you buy a stainless watch or one in white gold? I guess it all depends on your objective. For example, here in Miami, the white gold watches are really slow sellers. Why? Because people like to show off! As a result, they prefer the rose or yellow gold watches. However, if you had a nice position in an office setting, the white gold might be the right option for you. You'll fly more under the radar, which will be something that people might find more agreeable, but still will have the status of owning a gold watch. I particularly like that. In fact, I love it when people mistake my white gold watches for stainless and ask me if I'm wearing a stainless steel watch. Even though there is a difference in color between white gold and stainless steel (with the white gold being a little more off-color than the steel), the untrained eye will probably not see much of a difference...so it will always come down to taste and of course, budget! So where do you stand in the white gold versus stainless steel debate when it comes to high end watches? Let me know in the comments below. Also comment what other videos would you like us to release going forward. Make sure to follow us on social media (see links below): Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Watch Collection Update - Rolex Pepsi vs Coke at Miami Design District
 
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People ask me all the time which Rolex I like the most, Pepsi or Coke? On this watch collection update video, I share my two cents about the debate as I walk the streets of the Miami Design District. Both the Pepsi and Coke are GMT Master II models from the Rolex brand (reference number 16710). They're obviously called Pepsi and Coke because of the dual color bezel combinations similar to the softdrinks: red and black bezel for the Coke model and red and blue for the Pepsi. There's also the blue and black Batman Edition as well (which I have previously reviewed). As you probably already know, I am an active luxury watch collector and frequently change up the watches that I own. One timepiece that I had been meaning to add to my collection for quite some time is the Rolex Pepsi GMT. I finally was able to get my hands on one at a very good price. This is the one that I review on the video. By the way, the Rolex Pepsi that I purchased is the older version, not the new Jubilee band version, which has a different reference number 126710 BLRO and is going for above retail at around $20,000. I can tell you this much...I'm not paying $20,000 for a stainless Pepsi just because it sports a Jubilee band! On the new Pepsi model, I'm going to see what happens to the prices when the dust settles! In fact, I think that Rolex should have released a jubilee Coke version instead. So now I have both a Coke and Pepsi GMT (both great investments in terms of value retention) in my watch collection. What do you think of my new edition and what other spot in South Florida would you want me to do my next review on? Let me know in the comments below and make sure to share this page with someone that loves watches and luxury. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Watch Winding 101 - Setting the Date & Time on an Audemars Piguet
 
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In this Watch Winding 101 video, I show you how to properly wind an Audemars Piguet (AP) and set it on time. APs tend to be a bit more delicate thank Rolex watches. For example, you can't yank the crown on an AP like you can on a more robust Rolex without screwing something up! Unlike a Rolex watch which has a spring action pin that holds the crown in place, what holds the actual crown into an AP watch's movement is a very tiny adjustment screw. It's can become a watchmaker's worst nightmare if they tighten that screw too tightly. Because of this, what happens sometimes when people are a bit too rough when manipulating the crown on an AP, is that they end up with the entire crown in their hand! This sucks, but it could happen if you're not careful. If this happens to you for whatever reason, do not try to jam the pin back in. Instead, you should take the watch back to the store where you bought it or send it straight to Audemars Piguet. Setting the Date and Time on an AP If I haven't wound the watch in a while, I like to first turn the crown around 10 times after I pop it to the first position. That should be enough to get the movement wound up and going again. IMPORTANT: When the hour hand is between the 11 and 1 o'clock positions is when the watch's movement is getting ready to switch the date. At that point, it's not recommended to turn date wheel to change the date. What I do to avoid potentially breaking the watch is first set the time to 6 o'clock, then changing the date. Just remember that none of the movements while you're changing the date or time on an AP should feel forced. If something feels weird or off, then you're probably doing it wrong. Stop, reassess, and try it again. Don't damage the movement! Just remember to follow my instructions and be delicate when winding your AP or setting it on time/date. Make sure to share this video with someone that's into luxury watches, especially the Audemars Piguet brand. Follow Us on Social Media, including Steemit! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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My Favorite Luxury Sports Watches
 
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These may not be my Holy Grail sports watches, but they are still some of my favorite luxury watches to wear everyday. Here's my top-5 list of go-to sports watches (in order of least to most expensive): 1) Rolex Hulk 2) Rolex Batman 3) Rolex Yacht-Master II in Stainless Steel 4) Yellow Gold Rolex Submariner 5) 44mm AP Royal Oak Offshore Carbon These are the watches that I tend to wear the most in a casual setting. That doesn't mean that you cannot wear these watches with a suit. You could if you wanted to, but I mainly don't and instead use them for non-formal occasions. Don't get me wrong, these are all heavy hitters as far as the Watch Game is concerned, even though the top two above are good options for luxury watch buyers on a bit of a budget. There's only one gold watch in my favorite list above, the Submariner, but it's not the most expensive sports watch in the bunch. The highest priced luxury sports watch on the list is the AP Carbon. It's a pretty “stealthy” watch that seems to continuously fight with the gold Sub for the favorite spot in my mind. Nevertheless, since I live in Miami, Florida, I tend to gravitate towards the Sub a lot! Maybe you would too if you lived here! Lol. So what is your favorite, daily sports watch model? Maybe you have more than one. Let me know in the comments below. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Update to My Watch Collection - Vintage 1982 Rolex Submariner
 
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🚩NOTE: Hit the bell "🔔" icon on our main channel page to get notified when we upload a new video [even if you're subscribed already]. This Rolex, the new addition to my luxury watch collection was born in 1982, the same year that I was born and that's the reason I bought it! It's a 1982 vintage Rolex Submariner, reference 16800. Well, it is kind of like a vintage watch, but at the same time it isn't. I'll leave it at that! Watch collecting is about feeling passionate about the pieces you acquire. That's the reason I purchased this Sub. How cool is it that it was released on the same year I was born! Happy Birthday! LOL I paid $6,500, which is a little lower than the seller was asking for, because it had been polished somewhat poorly. As a result, I went ahead and had the watch re-polished. Ideally, if the watch would have been in a more original, scratched up condition, I would have left it like that, so that it could retain its vintage watch look. Nevertheless, the hands, dial and glass were all original and in great shape. I did had a few seals added to the watch to be on the safe side! Despite the fact that I find this vintage Rolex Submariner super cool, it is not one of my heavy hitting pieces in my watch collection. I just bought it for personal use and will have no problem selling it again when I get tired of wearing it. Let me know how you feel about the latest addition to my watch collection. Is it a keeper in your book? Please like and share this video with a friend that's into watches. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Box and Papers for Luxury Watches - Do they Really Matter?
 
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When customers call me to buy a watch, many blindly ask, “Does it come with box and papers?” I wonder if they even know what they're asking! I'm not saying that box and papers don't matter when it comes to luxury watches, but the truth is that it depends. For some watches, like Patek Philippe models, box and papers are more important than for Rolex. To start off, most Rolex boxes are not really expensive because they're easy to come by. Patek Philippe boxes, on the other hands, are of much higher quality, so they can affect the price of the overall watch relatively more than for a Rolex. The same holds true for the papers of a Patek. The reality is that most people blindly ask for the watch and papers when buying a watch because it gives them a warm and fuzzy feeling inside. This is true because, a lot of times, people misplace the box and/or papers over the years after they purchased a watch and can't find them when they're going to sell it. This doesn't mean that the watch is fake or of lower quality in any way. For that same reason, don't let your dealer beat you up over the head for not having the watch's paper and try to give you a crappy deal because if that! Instead of being so obsessed with the watch and papers for the watch, I suggest that you focus on buying the watch from a reputable watch dealer and getting a receipt that includes a matching serial number. That is like the title of your watch, so it's important. Other than that, if buying the watch with the box and papers is going to make you feel better, then go ahead and do it, especially if it's your first watch purchase. But also be aware of great deals out there without box and papers, so you do not pass them up! So how do you feel about buying a luxury watch like Rolex without the box and papers? It's it a deal breaker for you? Let me know in the comments below. Share this video with your friends that love watches and make sure to follow us on our other social media pages below Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Top 10 Most Expensive Watches in the World for 2017 – Crazy!
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com – Top 10 Most Expensive Watches in the World for 2017 – Crazy! This is a crazy list of the the top 10 most expensive watches in the world. Fasten your seat belt! Number 10) Louis Moinet Meteoris Collection - $4,600,000 – This watch includes actual fragments from the moon! Number 9) Hublot Big Bang (5 Million Dollar Watch) - given as a birthday gift by Beyonce to her husband Jay Z as a birthday present! Number 8) Vacheron Constantin 57260 - $8 Million - the most complicated watch ever made, features 57 complications and over 2800 components, taking 8 years to develop! Number 7) Patek Philippe Reference 1518 - $11,136,642 (4 Ever Made) - was one of the only perpetual calendars with a chronograph that existed for almost half a century! Number 6) Jacob & Co. Billionaire Watch - $18,2268,000 – this watch has 260 carats of emerald-cut stones! Number 5) Patek Philippe Henry Graves Pocket Watch $24 Million - Out of all things you can build during a Great Depression, they built this...a $24-million pocket watch for banker and millionaire Henry Graves. Number 4) Chopard 201 Carat Watch $25 Million – this timepiece has boatload of flawless diamonds. 201 to be exact, duh! Number 3) Breguet Grande Complication Marie-Antoinette (#1 on my book!) $30 Million – This watch actually took 45 years to make, seriously! Number 2) Graff Diamonds Fascination $40 Million – this watch includes a 38-carat diamond that covers the dial and can also be worn as a ring! Number 1) Graff Diamonds Hallucination – At $55 million dollars, this watch is more powerful than any hallucinogenic in the market! So what do you think about the costliest watches ever? Let me know in the comments. If you like this video, please share it with your friends and subscribe to our channel. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Rolex Sky-Dweller Review
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - Rolex Sky-Dweller Review Many of you in the past have asked me to review the Rolex Sky-Dweller. Well, your prayers have just been answered! The release of the Skydweller in 2012 was an unusual move for Rolex, given that the Swiss watchmaker is not known for introducing new complications into the luxury watch market. After its release, the Sky-Dweller became the newest, most sophisticated and highest-end watch of the Rolex brand. Sky-Dweller Functions The Rolex Sky-Dweller is unique because it is the only Rolex model that comes with both annual calendar as well as a GMT function (which keeps track of two timezones) for the active traveller. Here's a list of the functions of the Sky-Dweller: Dual Time Zone Annual Calendar Date Function The calendar function allows the Sky-Dweller to keep the date throughout the year, which means that the watch knows when to display a month with 30 days versus 31 – pretty cool, huh? All the main functions of the Rolex Sky-Dweller are also are accessed via a “Ring Command,” which means that its bezel is first rotated to different positions (to select the month, date, or time) and then the crown is turned to specify the desired value of the functions being accessed. Rolex Sky-Dweller Materials and Band/Straps Being what many consider the most luxurious model of the Rolex brand, the Sky-Dweller only comes in 18-karat gold: yellow, rose, or white. For the dial options, you can either select Roman or Arabic numerals. The Sky-Dweller comes with either a solid gold bracelet or a brown or black leather strap, which makes the watch more suitable for casual wear. Both configurations are equipped with an Oyster clasp. Sky-Dweller Price A good price to pay for a pre-owned Sky-Dweller with a gold metal band is from $32,000 on the low end to $35,000. For a brand new Sky-Dweller, the price will be about $3,000 higher. If you are OK with a more casual version of the watch, then the leather strap version might be good for you. For this configuration, a good price to pay for a preowned model is from around $26,000 to $28,5000. A new, leather-strap Sky-Dweller will also be around $3,000 higher than their used cousins. The Sky-Dweller and Your Watch Game The 42mm Sky-Dweller is a solid piece as it pertains to the Watch Game. It's a heavy piece that is sure to raise your game to a higher level. You cannot go wrong with a timepiece like this regardless of the configuration you choose. As for me, one of my personal favorite Sky-Dwellers is the one in rose gold with a chocolate dial and a brown alligator strap. What a luxurious watch that is! Please remember to like and share this video if you enjoyed it and found it useful. Leave us your comments below with all your opinions and suggestions. And if you haven't already, please subscribe to our channel. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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Rolex Daytona Review – Which Watch is Right for You?
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - Rolex Daytona Review – Which One is Right for You? The popular Rolex Daytona was introduced in 1960 and became even more popular after actor Paul Newman played Frank Capua in the 1969 racing film “Winning.” This lead to certain Daytona models being known as Paul Newman Daytonas. In this video review, I will introduce the popular Daytona chronograph watch from Rolex, and discuss the myriad of models available too see which one is more appropriate for you. Every serious collector should own a Rolex Daytona. It is an essential component of any serious high-end watch collection. Rolex Daytona Function – the Tachymeter on the Bezel An important feature of the Daytona and one that goes hand-in-hand with the chronograph function, is the use of the tachymeter on the bezel. Using the chronograph seconds hands hand, the tachymeter allows you to calculate the average speed over a given distance – which is essential to the sports like car racing. Case Material of the Daytona The Rolex Daytona comes in a variety of metal combinations, such as rose and yellow gold, white gold, and platinum. The watch also comes in two-tone varieties, as well as the more economical stainless steel version. Stainless Steel Daytona – Why is it Important? Rolex Daytonas made out of stainless steel are important because they represent one of the most versatile variations of the Daytona. The stainless steel model also makes the owning of a Daytona more economically feasible for certain collectors due to it having a lower price point. The stainless steel Daytona comes with either a white or black dial. Throughout my career in the luxury watch industry, I have owned both white dial and black dial Daytonas. So whether you would like to go with a classic, higher end platinum or Paul Newman Daytona or an elegant, but simpler stainless steel version, Rolex has a specific version that's perfect for you! As for me, at this point I'll stick to the more classic versions of the two-tone models. If you like this video, make sure to leave us your comments below and share the video with your friends . If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date on with all our future luxury watch videos. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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My Watch Collection is Transformed - The Law of Attraction Works 😱😱
 
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So I'm here to talk to you guys about the newest edition to my watch collection and it actually happened a lot of faster than I expected. I had mentioned on the previous video where I was showing the white gold GMT that I wanted 1967, and sometimes in the universe ask and you shall receive. And I will show you guys the new 67 GMT. Alright, so I'm pretty excited about this watch. Believe it or not, it actually fell on my lap. After I mentioned that on my last video, I had a ton emails with people pitching me these watches with some crazy prices. I mean, I'm sure they were probably worth it, but I'm not really in the market with a budge of $30,000 to buy a GMT 1675 model. It's just really not in the budget. I want something fun, something I can use. I don't know man, something that has a little bit of character, but that's obviously at a good price. This guy right here happened to fall on my lap and I find it pretty amazing, you know, the first thing I wanna mention to you is that I have it on a leather strap, but I did get it with the factory bracelet. It's got the fold-over bracelet links. The only problem is I guess somebody had polished incorrectly the endings, so I'm gonna have to search for some new endings, so anybody got some, email me, hit me up, I need some endings. But I kind of like these watches on these leather straps because it kind of gives it that, I don't know, it just gives it that vintage touch when you put the leather strap on it, changes it up. Just like I have of my 1982 birth Sub. So, this particular watch fell on my lap by chance. A friend of a friend of the family, one of those deals, was looking to do an upgrade into something else...PAM! Trades in one of these. When I look up the serial number and with these vintage watches sometimes you gotta like reference it across like ten different charts. 1967, exactly what I wanted to match my 1967 Chevelle. Call it corny, call it stupid, I don't know. I'm weird like that. But I think it's kind of fun. In watch collecting sometimes you buy watches just cuz you feel like it. Sometimes you buy them because, you know, it's a grail watch. Sometimes you just got some stupid meaning. So this particular one is just because I wanted a 67 to go with the Chevelle and this is officially my first vintage watch. Yes I have a 1982 Sub, but for me, that's not really that vintage in my opinion yet. So I have been now into completely the vintage life, so I've fallen into the vintage life. Let's see how far I could takes this, but I plan to leave it as is. So some of the things I've noticed about this exact watch, now I'm not an expert in vintage but I'm starting to learn. Now I'm gonna start like reading up every single blog about these watches, but I noticed it has a mark 1 dial with the puffy lume. Everything seems correct, bezel insert is correct. The only thing I found wrong were those endings and I think somebody butchered them. The case has been polished, the glass is a little scratched, but Oh well, you know, that's part of it. I want it to have a little bit of character. My 1982 Sub I had refinished and it actually looks so perfect, it looks unpolished. But this one's been polished before a little heavy, OK? And I don't know, I think I'm gonna leave this one just like that. I kind of like the scratch acrylic glass and the whole...you know, it's kind of got that character. I kind of like it beat up. This is not one of those ones where I wanna like detail it and completely leave it brand new. So I plan to leave it like that and I'm not sure what I want next. I'm thinking that the next thing that I might want is maybe a seventies Sub with the plastic glass. I think that's something that I want, maybe even a no-date. I don't know. At the end of the day, I'm shopping around always and I want something at a good price. Guys, were pitching me these watches for $35,000. I can't afford that right now. Right now my budget would have had to have been anywhere from the $8 to $15,000 range and more like in the under $10k, so I was blessed to be able to pick this one up. I had to pay a little bit more than I wanted to, but I think I got it at a fair price. So one last thing that I wanna mention is that apparently this watch was gifted to somebody, because in the back it has a first letter and a last name and it says in Spanish engraved, “February 1970.” I think it's a cool touch. I don't think I'm gonna really take that off. I might as well just leave it. I don't know. I just feel like the watch is pretty cool and the way... Make sure to also Follow Us on Social Media! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Drake Watch Collection – Rated from 1 to 10!
 
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Drake the rapper, singer, actor is no stranger to luxury watches. Check out my review of his watch collection! --------- So on this celebrity watch review, we're gonna be going over singer, rapper, actor, Drake's watch collection. Alright, so Drake, I've gotten a lot of requests about it and I've actually have followed his interesting, houte horology for quite some time. I remember back in 2010, Drake was with the whole Young Money Crew and all that for a Spring Break performance for MTV. That was pretty much early in his career, almost the start and I realized that he had on a rose gold Hublot Big Bang with the rubber strap, ceramic bezel. And at that time that was had just broken out into the scene and it was hot. But it was a very interesting choice by him at that time because that was a time when rappers were opting to have more of the AP Offshore in steel with diamonds, you know? Stuff like that was breaking out. There was still the Breitling Super Avenger with a lot of diamonds as well, but he opted to go with that Big Bang in rose gold, which always caught my attention and I always remembered that since the beginning of his career. So I guess the question is also like, do I mess with Drake's music, I mean, yeah I mean the guy's got talent. He knows what he does. Anybody that says they don't like a Drake song, think they're just hating and they just straight up lying, OK? All these people are the same, they don't like Drake's music, it's like, then you catch them in the club like totally vibing to a Drake son, you know? I mean the guy has a machine gun clip of hits, you know? Some of those gotta vibe good with someone of you all. I mean, at the end of the day when you got that much consistently good content, of course he's good, you know? I don't know if he's the best of all time, but he definitely is good at what he does. So as the time went by, I sat there and watched him get different watches and, you know, nowadays there's guys like shout-out to Celebrity Watch Spotter on Instagram where he will show you a picture of the celebrity with the watch, so it makes it a little bit easier to see what they have, but then I saw the last couple of watches that he has that he has come out with were pretty intense, so I figured you know what, it's time we go over this guy's collection. So as far as AP, look, I'm sure he's got a ton of watches that were not seen or he might not be even wearing, or perhaps maybe he even traded, but with APs he's got a 39 millimeter rose gold ultra-think tourbillon, classic watch, very classy watch. I think it fits him well. He's got a 41 rose, black dial on a leather strap, non-chrono, very basic in my opinion for someone of his level, but nevertheless still iconic watch. He's got that 48-mm APT3 which I terribly hate that watch, the same watch that Connor McGregor has except Drake's is white gold with the diamonds. I mean, I get it. It's all factory drip, but I'm not crazy. Now, the one that stands out to me the most that I can see he has is the 44 millimeter forged carbon tourbillon. That's a good looking watch. You see, that one grabbed my attention. Two-hundred and fifty pieces made in the world. It's definitely something special. You know, no collection is without a whole bunch of Rolexes. He's got easily three or four Daytonas, everything from a yellow gold Daytona with the Paul Newman dial to a yellow gold with an MOP diamond dial, all the way to rose gold with baguette dial, so on and so forth. I mean the guy's got several Rolexes, you know? He's got one particular Day-Date that stands out, which is a yellow gold 41 millimeter with a factory diamond dial and the baguette bezel, heavy hitter with that baguette bezel, I mean it's hard to find and the bezel alone it's got like $35,000, $40,000 in surcharge just in the bezel along. Of course he's got a couple of Sky-Dwellers with some yellow gold Yacht-Master II's, but he does have a GMT 116758, which stands out, which has the factory diamonds on the bezel. I love that watch. Great looking watch and is a special watch, you know that Rolex makes that's got factory ice. One of my favorite watches from Rolex with factory diamonds. So, it's obvious Drake likes haute horology, I've noticed that from the beginning, but it's really with the Richard Milles that like I just feel like he really broke out and has some serious heavy-duty... Make sure to also Follow Us on Social Media & also check out Celeb Watch Spotter on Instagram for other cool pics of celebrity watches! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Celeb Watch Spotter https://www.instagram.com/celebwatchspotter/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Audemars Piguet Openworked - Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked Review
 
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The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked, or AP Openworked for short, is truly an amazing skeletonized watch! The first generation of the Audemars Piguet Openworked came in 39mm. Even though I liked the 39-millimeter model, I always felt that it was a bit too small. That's why, when AP released the 41-mm version of their Openworked, I jumped for joy! That is the model that I am reviewing on this video. This Royal Oak Openworked shot the 39mm Skeleton dead as far as I'm concerned! The “double balanced” in the watch's official name refers to the dual escapement in the Reference 15407 model. The Openworked comes in rose gold (reference 15407OR.OO.1220OR.01) with a retail price of $76,800 and stainless steel (reference 15407ST.OO.1220ST.01) with a price of $44,100. Due to its limited availability, the watch is not easy to find and that's why it typically fetches a price that is over retail in the market. Some people think that this watch is a tourbillon, but the reality is that you will not find an AP tourbillon for $80k – not possible! Nevertheless, the 41mm Audemars Piguet Openworked, with its golden bridge holding the escapement wheels is still a heavy hitting piece in the Watch Game! What are your thoughts on the AP Openworked and is this a watch that you will pay over retail for? Let me know in the comments below. Share this video with any of your friends who love luxury watches or the AP brand. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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WOW! Can You Believe These New Watches Exist?!
 
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While at the Watches and Wonders event at the Miami Design District, I got to check out some killer timepieces! The Watches and Wonders show actually happened to be going on at the same time as the Concours Car Show. Alright, so enough of this car stuff. Let's take a look at some watches, right? So this is what we got here pretty much. You already know what team I am. Alright, now let's check out Hublot. Just kidding! So pretty much Watches and Wonders takes place at the Miami Design District and it's pretty much just like a show with a bunch of different brands, which is actually kind of good because it kind of gives everybody a chance to see some of the new watches that came out in the shows in Switzerland now too long ago. Funny thing about it also is that it's time perfectly with the Boat and Yacht Show in Miami. I wonder why? Let me tell you, these are actually some really good looking watches. I'm not gonna lie. They're interesting, you know? Big, bold. I mean, Zenith is a traditional brand man. It's a good watch, you know? You wanna start off, you wanna get something nice, not so crazy. It's a good brand. These watches have always had this interesting concept with the fluid drives, which are actually cool as heck looking man, something very different and unique, like no other watch has that. This is actually a new model that it just came out. It's a good looking watch. It's the code 1159. I haven't figured out what that means, but I like the way it looks. I feel like they needed that. I love it. Something different, something refreshing. I like it a lot. It's beautiful, what appears to be from the same line, the Code 1159, but it's a perpetual calendar, but it's got that dial that's kind of got like that glimmer on it, something similar to what the Moonphase was on the Royal Oak new perpetual calendar. I love it, the whole dial has that like rock finish. Nice. Real nice. It's OK. I'm AP fan for life, so it doesn't matter. What's the retail on this one right here? Saleswoman: This one is $76,800. Eric: $76,800. I like it. Actually, that's one of my favorite ones. I like it better than the skeleton tourbillon. I mean, obviously that's nice, but everything now is like skeleton. Saleswoman: It's a high end complication. Eric: This is a nice one and I like the dial on that one. Saleswoman: The emintreen? Eric: Yeah, yeah. This is like a new line obviously that they came out with, right? Saleswoman: Yeah and then there is more complications where that tall gentleman is looking at. There's flying tourbillons there. Eric: You know, I mean, not because of anything, but I kind of feel like they needed that. They needed like a new, different....like a new, fresh look. How long were they developing this for. Saleswoman: They had been working...I mean the whole idea is been working on seven years. The dial three years, the AP sign it took them two and a half years. Eric: What? Saleswoman: Yeah. Eric: The AP sign? Saleswoman: Yeah the Audemars Piguet sign. Eric: Yeah. Saleswoman: It's like thinner than hair. It's 0.11 millimeters it's threaded in 24 karat gold. Eric: I love Journe. Journe is a very specific bespoke type of manufacturing on the watches and I absolutely love them. Wow, this is actually the latest version of the Freak and the Freak was actually like a classic from Ulysse Nardin. It's actually nice. I like it, completely different than the last version, but same overall concept in a way. The new version of the executive model, which had that same overall look where the strap meets the case and the overall layout. The different is it's a turb with like a really nice dial layout and everything pretty much exposed. [bleeping] cool though, for real! This is Palm Court in the Miami Design District. Wow! I mean, this space is really transformed. They've done a lot of work here. So pretty much that's it for the Watches and Wonders Miami. I want to give a special thanks to them for inviting me out to take a look at the new releases that were out here. So feel free to comment below how you feel about some of the stuff we saw today, including the new APs. And don't forget to hit the notifications bells until it looks like this, so you can see the latest episode. And if you liked this video, please like and share. Also, subscribe to our channel. My name is Eric, Watch Your Style! Follow us on social media using the links below: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver Review – The AP Diver
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver Review – The AP Diver The review of the AP Diver has been long overdue. Many of our clients have requested it, so here it is! The particular watch that I'll use in the vide is the 42mm stainless steel version that comes with a rubber strap. The Audemars Piguet Diver is a very versatile watch that can be worn with any non-formal attire. It's sporty look is perfect for wearing while out on the boat or in another leisure occasion. Is the Royal Oak Offshore Diver an Extreme Diver's Watch? Even though the AP Diver is technically a diving watch, I wouldn't put it at the same level as an extreme diving timepiece like the Rolex Sea-Dweller. Unlike the Sea-Dweller, the watch does not have a helium escape valve. Instead, it has an offset crown on the left handside of the watch that you need to unscrew in order to actuate the inner bezel before you can rotate it. This is a similar function to the Submariner, with the difference that the Sub's bezel is external, so it can be rotated without unscrewing the crown; something that can be done underwater without damaging the watch. Unscrewing the offset crown underwater on the AP Diver would flood and damage the watch. Because of this limitation, I wouldn't recommend the watch to hardcore divers. If instead, you want to buy an amazing looking watch that's made for the water in order to sport it on the boat, use for casual diving, strap on while partaking in water activities, etc., then the AP Diver might be the right choice for you. AP Diver – A Great Introduction to Audemars Piguet Timepieces The Audemars Piguet brand is one that's synonymous with high end, ultra luxury. As a result, quite a few of the company's watches are out of the reach of many luxury watch fans on a budget. But given that the AP Diver is one of the more "basic" models of APs, its relatively lower price makes it a good introductory watch for someone wishing to venture into the AP brand – especially when the stainless steel model is concerned. Other AP Diver Models The Audemars Piguet Divers are not limited to the stainless steel model only. There's also a white ceramic AP Diver and one boutique edition in rose gold. These two are a lot more difficult to find than the stainless steel version, but very exquisite nevertheless. Price of the AP Diver Watch In general, you can find a pre-owned stainless steel AP diver anywhere from $12,500 to $13,500, depending on the condition of the watch, whether it comes with box and papers, the year, etc. In conclusion... If you are thinking of getting your first watch from Audemars Piguet, the AP Diver might be a great choice. It is versatile, comfortable and elegant with a classic AP look. It is a luxury watch that will definitely add quite a bit of weight to your Watch Game! If you like my AP Diver video, make sure to leave us your comments below and share the video with your friends . If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date on with all our future videos on luxury watches. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167 Review – Entry Level Patek
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167 Review – Entry Level Patek In this video, I will review the Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167A, which I consider to be an entry level Patek Philippe because of its lower, more accessible price. The Patek 5167 Aquanaut is one of my favorite entry level luxury timepieces from the Patek Philippe brand. The Aquanaut 5167A comes with a stainless steel, 40-mm case with a sapphire-crystal case back. The clear case back provides a glimpse at the stunning and sophisticated Patek mechanism. The watch sports an automatic movement, a date function and easy-to-see Arabic numerals. The Patek Philippe 5167 is a great casual attire type watch that comes with a black rubber strap and a deployment type clasp. The overall subtle look of the 5167A does not make it the ideal watch for those who want to stand out in the crowd. The watch's low profile case makes it very comfortable on a man's wrist, but if you like conspicuous style watches, the Aquanaut 5167 is not for you. Patek Philippe and NATO / Calf Straps One thing I do not like about this Patek Philippe timepiece is the rubber strap. The reason for this is because I don't like watches with straps that hug or lie too close to the case. However, changing the strap on the watch, in my opinion, completely enhances the look of the Aquanaut for the better. On the video, I show you how awesome the Patek Philippe 5167 looks with a black NATO strap. I also recommend opting for a nice calf strap to make the overall combination a lot more visually appealing and cooler – a huge plus to strengthen your Watch Game! Patek Philippe Aquanaut Price The retail price of the 5167 Aquanaut is $20,300. If you do not mind wearing a pre owned Patek, you can buy this watch used (in like new condition) anywhere from $16,500 to $18,500 if you know where to shop. The reason there isn’t much margin between the new vs preowned versions of this Patek Philippe is because the company's watches do not experience a lot of depreciation. They preserve their value really well. Nevertheless, if you're a smart shopper, you can still save some money on this entry level Patek purchase. After wearing the Patek Philippe 5167A watch for a few days, it really grew on me. I got so used to it's casual look and high level of comfort so much that, at times, I would forget I was even wearing it! If you are looking to purchase your first Patek Philippe watch, but don't want to spend a lot of money in the process, I strongly recommend the Aquanaut 5167. If you liked my Patek 5167 review video and found it useful, please make sure to share it with your friends and subscribe to the CRM Jewelers YouTube channel to stay up to date with my future Watch Your Style video releases. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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New Audemars Piguet Ceramic - AP ROO 44mm Watch Review
 
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This is Watch Your Style. Today's review is gonna be on the the new AP 44 millimeter Ceramic. So this version of the AP 44 mm in ceramic is the latest version and what changed pretty much is the dial layout. Because the rest of the watch is entirely the same, as far as the movement, the case size and all that. What they did this time is they did a whole different dial layout, which in my opinion really pops because it's got some blue accents and then the hands and the indicators are rose gold, so it kind of gives it like more of a stealthy look, but it kind of also pops. So the previous version of this watch, there's actually two examples of it. One had the same exact dial as one of my favorite watches, the AP Forged Carbon with the same exact dial, pretty much just ceramic case, but then they also came out with one after that, that had like a gray titanium colored dial, which kind of changed it up a bit. But this is the last and final version as of now by the way of the ceramic, black case, which has the new hands layout and I for one really like it. The only thing that I really, I feel like they kind of messed up on is when it comes to the retail price. So the original retail price for the previous examples, were $41,800. I mean, it's a bit high, but it is after all an AP in all ceramic, but then when they released this one, they lowered the retail down to $32,100. Now that for me was kind of like a major blow because how do you make the one that looks nicer have a lower retail. I mean, it just flat out killed all the value of the previous version. So, I did feel the need for a new layout of the dial, but I don't know exactly what was the main reason behind the retail change, because for me if I was gonna buy the previous version in ceramic with the other dial, I rather have the carbon, because the carbon one just looks more exotic with the carbon case, and plus you don't have the fear that if you hit the watch being ceramic or drop it very hard, it won't shatter like fine China. So if I was gonna go for the previous version, I rather just get the version honestly and saved me a couple of bucks and if I was gonna go ceramic, I'd go for this one. So honestly I just don't understand what was the whole reason behind it, but the latest version definitely murdered the previous version. I mean I just like it. I mean something about...for some reason you just add four dots of blue, which are just the tips of the hands and the needles and a little bit of rose gold and it has a total different feel. This watch is a good watch man. I mean, 44 millimeter is a big size, but when you go with the black, being that it's all black, it kind of blends in and doesn't look as big, so some of the guys with smaller wrists can try on some of these all-black 44's and you might notice that it's doable as opposed to maybe the steel, titanium or gold where the case looks very big, because what happens is with those watches is there's too much contrast. You got the black strap and then you got the gold or steel colored heads that just kind of PAMM, stands out there! This being all black kind of just looks very stealthy on the wrist. This is one of my favorite watches, these 44 millimeters, whether it's in ceramic or carbon, because it's super stealth, doesn't say a lot and it's kind of one of those watches that the guy that knows, knows. So if you're looking to buy one of these watches, here's the kicker... They're going over retail. Retail being $32,000, you're just not gonna find it. Now I don't know if this one falls into that play where they put a low retail on purpose, but they're hard to get right now. To get one, you're probably gonna be in the $36,000 range. And for pre-owned, you're gonna easily be paying retail. Now, in the Watch Game, obviously a heavy piece, you got over 30 grand, AP, stealth mode, exclusivity. Not a limited edition or anything like that, but they're not just sitting there waiting at the boutique waiting for you to pick it up. So for me this is like a hardcore, daily watch, something to wear daily. That's kind of like what for me would be the best fit for a piece like this. So remember to hit the bell until it looks like this, otherwise you might be missing the new episodes coming out. And feel free to comment below how you feel about the new version of the AP in ceramic. And if you liked this video, please like and share. Also, subscribe to our channel. My name is Eric, Watch Your Style! You can also follow us on social media using the links below: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5164R - Luxury Watch Review
 
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This watch review is on the Patek Philippe 5164 Aquanaut in rose gold, reference 5164R-001. It seems that nowadays every Patek Philippe model is fetching a premium in terms of market price due to the high demand that exists for their watches. The new Aquanaut in rose gold is no exception. Even though the term “Aquanaut” has a dive watch connotation to it, I don't think I'll even be caught in two feet of water wearing it! The watch is just too luxurious for that. In fact, I like to call this wristwatch the “Billionaire Submariner!” I can't say that I'll take the it over the Nautilus, but the watch is stunning nevertheless. One of the main things I like about this watch is the the dual-time feature. The original Aquanaut 5167 (which I reviewed before while wearing for two weeks on a NATO strap) was also way too thin for my taste, which the brand remedied on the 5164. Furthermore, I love the aesthetic appeal of the rose gold with the chocolate colored dial. It's HOT! One thing that I don't like about the 5164R, is how easy it is to accidentally press one of the side buttons to set the second time zone. It's not a major thing, but I wish that the buttons would not protrude so much and instead be slightly more difficult to accidentally push. Overall, this would be a nice, sporty watch to make a splash with over the summer! Patek Philippe 5164R Prices The retail price on this watch is $51,000, but I would be really surprised if anyone can buy this watch for anything remotely close to retail. They're going right now from about the mid-50k's to the $60k range. That's just the way it is! Patek Philippe is one of the best watch companies at working the whole supply-and-demand game in their favor. I know that paying $10k over retail may sound steep, but Patek is one of those brands that I wouldn't really mind paying over retail for. The 5164R in the Watch Game As far as the Watch Game goes, you just can't have a more elegant sports model than the 5164R-001. I know that some people say that Patek is a brand for older people, but the 5164 is definitely not in the old-fogy category. So what do you think of the new rose gold Aquanaut from Patek Philippe? Let me know how you feel in the comments below. Follow Us on Social Media, including Steemit! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph Review
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/ – Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph Review On this video, I review a Vacheron Constantin watch that was released to commemorate the 260th Anniversary of the Vacheron brand: the Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph. This watch is more of a collector or watch connoisseur piece that may become more valuable over time. It's definitely a watch that will make a good topic of conversation among watch lovers. The Vacheron watch brand is one of the oldest that's still around. It started in 1755. I am a big fan of the Vacheron Constantin Overseas model, which will become a topic of a future watch review, but I also enjoy the Harmony Chrono. This very classy piece was released at the SIH Show in 2015 and features a mono-pusher chrono function; that is, a chronograph function where you can start, stop and reset the chrono with the push of the same button. Vacheron is a very traditional, luxury brand. In my book, it is right up there with Patek Philippe and Breguet. The Vacheron Harmony Chrono is a watch that has a lot of heritage. It was actually inspired by a limited edition Vacheron chronograph that was introduced in 1928! The watch is part of a limited release of 260 pieces, of which the piece on the video is #26. The design also sports Vacheron's Calibre 3300 movement, which is manually wound. The movement can be seen in a dazzling display through the watch's sapphire crystal backside. The dial also has a very traditional and classy look, with very attractive blue Arabic numerals. The retail price of the Harmony Chronograph is around $70,000, which I believe is very fairly priced, given a watch of this level of status. As far as the Watch Game goes, the Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chrono is definitely a heavy-hitting piece. How do you feel about this anniversary edition piece? If you liked this video and would like to improve your Watch Game, please remember to like it and share it with your friends. Also remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! http://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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How to Buy Watches Online – Tips to Become a Smart Luxury Watch Buyer!
 
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When you're looking to buy a luxury watch online or on social media, there are a few important tips to take into account. This could be through an e-commerce website, or a special website like Chrono24 or eBay. It can also be through a social media page (for example, our own CRM Jewelers Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/). A word of caution though...I would not purchase a high end watch through a website like Craigslist or OfferUp and suggest that you avoid those because you can't really research the seller through them. And that is one very important tip when buying a watch through the Internet. You MUST research the seller. In reality, that's who you're buying, so you need to do your homework and find out as much information about the seller's reputation as possible. Look at the seller reviews. If the seller doesn't have any or has very few reviews, be careful! Another important tip when purchasing a watch is to ask a lot of questions. If the seller has nothing to hide, he or she should be ecstatic to answer all your questions about the watch or the purchase. It's your money, so ask! Make sure to get plenty of pictures of the watch as well. You can never be too safe! Preferably, make sure that the communications between you and the seller are in writing. Use your email. If the seller is legit, this will protect the seller as well, so he/she shouldn't mind. If the seller asks to receive payment through vehicles such as Western Union, Moneygram, Venmo, Cash App, etc., this should throw up a very BIG red flag. Stick to more legit payment options that can be tracked, such as wire transfer, credit card, or even cash at the store. One last tip about buying luxury watches online is to pay close attention to the price. If the deal looks too good to be true, it probably is. It can also be that deal you're seeing is no longer valid, as it happens often on sites like Chrono24, but you also need to make sure that the seller is not trying to pull a fast one on you (selling you a fake or defective watch, etc.). Have you ever purchased a watch before through the Internet or social media? Let me know how your overall experience was in the comments below. You can also follow us on social media using the links below: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar – Latin America Edition at South Beach
 
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Watch this review of the 41mm Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar (Latin America) edition as I ride throughout the hot streets of South Beach! From my prior watch videos, you know I'm a big fan of AP watches, especially of the Royal Oak models. The original perpetual calendar was the 39mm version. I was never crazy about the size, but this new 41-millimeter version is a piece that I'm pretty crazy about. The first thing that caught my attention was the detail on the lunar phase. It almost looks like there's glitter in the watch! I also love the layout of dials. The addition of the blue sub-dials completely improved the look of the watch. The 5134 movement is equipped with pretty much everything you'll ever want on a perpetual calendar model (including the day, date, lunar moon phase and the 52-week indicator). Another cool thing about this Royal Oak from AP is the box. It's a metallic gold box that also has a watch winder inside. A great touch by Audemars Piguet! The standard AP perpetual rose gold has a retail price of about $95,000. The special edition that I'm reviewing goes for around $105,000 in the market, about $10,000 over retail at the present time. Even though I really love this watch, the only thing I'm not so crazy about are all the little pushers on the side (why I'm I always nitpicking?! LOL). Nevertheless, as far as the Watch Game goes, the AP RO Perpetual Calendar Latin America Edition is a true heavy hitter! The fact that it brings a blue alligator strap with the deployant clasp and adapters (probably worth about $6k if purchased separately) is also a great plus. How do you feel about this AP? Let me know in the comments below! Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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The Brick – All Gold vs Strap – Watch Comparison
 
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The Brick – All Gold vs Strap – Watch Comparison https://www.crmjewelers.com - The Brick – All Gold vs Strap – Watch Comparison The brick is one of the most notorious gold watches around. It is technically a 42-mm Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore and it comes in either the heavier, all-gold version on an 18k gold bracelet or the lighter rose gold version on a leather strap. This is a gold watch that I should have done a review on before, but somehow, it slipped through the horological cracks. “AP Brick” is a nickname that the watch has earned in the Swiss watch industry among collectors and dealers. Guess Why? Don't stress yourself figuring out this riddle! At 350 grams, the solid gold version is one heavy piece. The leather strap version, at a weight of 200 grams, is no chump either. Both of the models I show on the video are the newer models. They come with differences on the dial layout, as well as a see-through case back, ceramic chronograph buttons and ceramic on the crown. They're definite a great and stylish revamp of the Royal Oak Offshore line. Even though I love these gold watches, I urge you to proceed with caution if you are interested in buying one. There are guys that won't be able to deal with their heavy weight. In fact, I have had to take the Brick off before and give it to my girlfriend to carry in her purse! What a bicep workout! Because of the weight factor, I recommend that first you either borrow one of these watches from your friend and wear it for at least half an hour, or visit your watch dealer and do the same in their store. If you can take the heavy lifting, then go for it! Retail Price of the AP Brick The solid gold version of this watch retails for around $69,000, but if you are a smart shopper (like many of my customers), you can find the watch new in the high $50k range. For a pre-owned version, you can find it in the mid fifties. For the leather strap version of the AP brick, the retail price is $40,700. If you do your homework, you can buy the watch in the mid to upper $30k range. Since there are not a lot of these watches out there, if you find one pre-owned you might be able to get it in the low $30,000's. As far as the Watch Game is concerned, both versions of the AP Brick gold watch are solid contenders! What are your thoughts? Are you man enough to wear The Brick?!? Lol If you're into luxury watches, make sure to subscribe to our channel and use our social media links below to stay up to date with all our adventures. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Things that Void the Warranty on Your Watch - Oh No!
 
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Most of the new watches that you buy nowadays come with an original manufacturer's warranty. Lately, some of the big watch companies like Rolex, are offering ridiculously long warranties to attract new customers; for example, like 10 years long! I say “ridiculous,” because it's actually overkill. It is highly likely that the stuff the warranty does cover will never happen to your watch. The reality is that a manufacturer's warranty only covers manufacturing defects; e.g., if they didn't lubricate the watch movement correctly and it dried up prematurely, causing the watch to keep time inaccurately during the first year. I have seen this with a couple of AP that we have sent in to Audemars Piget for service. When it comes back from the manufacturer, the report shows “Premature Expiration of Lubrication.” Ouch! Sounds painful! Normally, the things that people worry about are not covered by the manufacturer's warranty; things such as physical damage. Yup, if you run it over with your Ferrari, you're out of luck! Keep in mind though that when you send a watch in to the factory for repair, it can take months to get that watch back! That's not necessary a bad thing and I do recommend it for some complicated watches and chronographs. But for a regular watch, like a Rolex, I don't even care about the warranty and would instead take it a to a highly skilled watchmaker locally for repairs (unless you're dealing with a super complicated problem). Here are some of the things that can void your watch's warranty: 1) Opening the case – Trust me, they'll know. 2) Any repairs done to the watch – Trust me, they'll know. 3) Alterations to the watch (things like swapping dials, or making any other alterations) – The only alternations that I would have done on a watch that's within the original warranty term is changing a bezel or strap, because these things are superficial and reversible. How do you feel about the importance of a manufacturer's warranty when it comes to a luxury watch? Let me know how you feel in the comments below. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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My Watch Collection - This One's My Favorite! - 41mm AP Royal Oak Chrono in Rose Gold
 
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For three years strong, I can honestly say that this watch has been the favorite in my collection! The 41-millimeter Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chrono in rose gold with the black dial continues to hold the top spot. There are so many reasons I like this watch, but two main ones are value and versatility. In the $40,000-category (for around half the price as a Patek Philippe Nautilus 5980), it's difficult to find a watch that offers more bang for your buck than the rose gold AP Royal Oak Chrono. Think about it, for around half the price of the 5980, you get an all-gold AP that looks absolutely stunning! The watch adds another level of versatility to any watch collection. The 41-mm AP RO in rose will not only make a nice wrist companion for a formal outfit, but it also looks great in a sportier and less formal attire. This is one of the things I love about the model, unlike the AP Brick which I feel is of limited use to me and is a piece that I get tired of pretty easily! Given the level of status that this watch carries in the Watch Game, I wouldn't put it in a daily-beater category. Nevertheless, I definitely would call this watch my “nightly beater!” In the watch collecting world, it definitely spices up my nighttime adventures! What are your thoughts about the favorite piece in my collection? What is your favorite watch? Let me know in the comments below. Also, make sure to share this with a friend that loves watches and luxury! Please follow us on social media (see links below): Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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New Luxury Watches in Baselworld 2018
 
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🚩NOTE: Hit the bell "🔔" icon on our main channel page to get notified when we upload a new video [even if you're subscribed already]. Here are some of the new mens watches released in Baselworld 2018 that caught my attention. Let me know what you think! - Tudor Black Bay GMT – 0:17 (click to skip to this section) I found this watch stunning with the blue and red Pepsi bezel. A great watch for someone looking for a more economical luxury watch. - Tudor Black Bay 58 – 0:40 (click to skip to this section) The Black Bay 58 is nice, new dive watch from the Tudor brand, which includes the old rivet bracelet from prior Rolex vintage models, which spiced up the watch. - Patek 5968A – 1:12 (click to skip to this section) With its striking orange strap, the new Patek Philippe Aquanaut model is the same as the previous 5167 Aquanaut, but given that it's a chrono ,it's a bit bigger at 42.2mm, which I think makes the watch look better. I like the black strap version a bit better than the orange. - Patek Nautilus 5740 – 2:07 (click to skip to this section) This new perpetual calendar in white gold and blue dial is something that the Nautilus line really needed. It's a great looking watch. What I don't like about it is that it's a bit on the skinny side, which reminds me a bit of the 5712. - Omega Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon Apollo 8 – 3:13 (click to skip to this section) This Baselworld Omega Speedmaster has a ceramic case with a skeleton dial layout and parts of the cradle of the movement are etched like the lunar surface. This a truly unique and good looking piece. How do you feel about these new luxury watch models or any other models that you saw come out of Baselworld 2018? Please comment below. Please like and share this video with someone that appreciates high end men's watches. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Panerai Carbotech Review – Such a Cool Watch!
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com – Panerai Carbotech Review – Such a Cool Watch! Even though Panerai Carbotech watches have been around for a few years, I haven't been able to get my hands on one to review until now. On this review, I will focus on the PAM616 and PAM661, the 47mm Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech (PAM 616) and the 44mm Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 Carbotech (PAM 661). These new Panerai watches are like other Panerai models, but they come with a new carbon case. Even though I am a fan of AP watches and their forged carbon cases, I think that I prefer the finish on the Panerai Carbotechs! They are so cool! Even though 47mm might seem like a diameter for a big watch at first, the Luminor Submersible actually does not feel bit on my wrist. I do, however, prefer the 44mm Carbotech that I reviewed. The retail price of the Panerai PAM616 has a retail price of $17,100 and my guess is that you might be able to find them preowned between $10,000 and $12,000. Keep in mind that there aren't many of these watches around, so the pre-owned prices might not be as accurate as for the other luxury watches I have reviewed. The PAM661 Carbotech retails for $11,800 and can probably be found retail for around $9k or $10k. An advantage the Panerai Carbotech watches have over ceramic Panerais is durability. Even though I love ceramic watches, they can be damaged a lot easier. If you drop them, the case will very likely shatter. When it comes to the Watch Game, wearing a Carbotech will definitely put you on the Panerai map! What do you think of the Panerai Carbotech watches? Let me know in the comments below. Make sure to share this video with friends who love watches or are thinking about buying the right one. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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How to Buy a Rolex and Not Screw Up
 
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https://www.crmjewelers.com – How to Buy a Rolex and Not Screw Up So you've never bought a Rolex in your life? This video is for you then. In it, I'm going to give you tips and advice on buying your first Rolex watch, so that you don't screw up in the process! Even though my regular videos are on reviews of different luxury watches, on this video I go back to basics. The thing is that many first-time watch buyers come to our store without any idea of the style or model of Rolex that they should purchase. Should you buy a sports Rolex model or a dressier, more formal model? This video will help you decide and provide many visual examples to help you along the way. But before we even start with the models, why should you buy a Rolex in the first place? Two main reasons that justify the purchasing of a Rolex watch are design and preservation of value. The Rolex design is classic and timeless. Rolex watches have withstood the test of time. As many watch manufacturers try to go overboard with complications and sophisticated watches, Rolex hasn't gone this route. They have never allowed even their newer models to deviate drastically from their signature look. This brings me to the second reason... Due to their timeless design and great brand recognition in the marketplace, the value of a Rolex watch tends to increase over time, especially if you stick to the more basic or preferred models. There's research out there that proves this fact, including our own in-house research, which you can access on our website's blog. Which Rolex Model Should You Buy? Depending on the type of wear you plan to give your new Rolex watch, either a sports or dressier model might be more appropriate for you. If you're going to be in an office or formal setting, then maybe a dressier Rolex model might be more appropriate (like a Datejust, Day-Date, etc.). If you plan to use your watch outdoors, like on a boat, then a sportier model, like a Rolex Submariner or GMT II might do the trick. Of course, your budget will also play a role in the type of Rolex watch that you should buy. A budget closer to the $4,000 range might limit you to an older 36-mm Datejust model from the 1990's. If your budget is a bit higher, closer to $5,000, then you might be able to go with something a bit nicer, like a stainless steel Submariner. Close to the $7,000 level will allow you to dabble in the newer Rolex models, both the latest sports models and the dressier Datejust line. Where to Buy Your First Rolex? This is an important question. I wouldn't recommend paying full retail price at an Authorized Dealer (AD) if you don't plan to keep your watch your entire life. You will lose too much value in the process. If you are OK with a preowned model, that can even be in a like-new condition, then you can go to other reputable watch dealers and save a lot of money (in comparison to making retail purchases at an AD). Whatever Rolex model you decide to buy and wherever you decide to buy it, the important thing is for you to enjoy the process and not stress out! If you have any other advice on buying your first Rolex watch, please leave it in the comments below. Please make sure to like and share this video if you found it helpful and enjoyable. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph – 41MM AP Chrono Review
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph – 41-mm AP Chrono Review In this video, I will review the 41-millimeter Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph. This stainless steel chrono from AP is on my Top-5 list of favorite watches for men. The particular AP watch I will review is the black dial version with sticks. The Royal Oak Chrono also has a white-dial version and a blue boutique edition. Even though it is a bit of a challenge to locate one, my favorite Royal Oak version is the blue boutique dial edition. After that, I prefer the white dial version. However, when it comes to a rose gold AP watch, I prefer the black dial. Regardless of the exact model, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak line has one of the best looking case designs ever. The case is a lot slimmer than the Royal Oak Offshore design, which makes it dressier and more comfortable and convenient to wear with a formal attire. The particular AP Royal Oak watch on the video comes with a steel bracelet on one of the most comfortable deployment clasp ever designed by Audemars Piguet. The clasp is a quick release version and looks very balanced on any man's wrist. One thing you have to be careful with when it comes to the clasp is losing one of the quick release buttons. Sometimes, the small screws that hold the two quick release buttons in place might come loose, causing you to lose one of the buttons on the AP chrono. If this happens, you will have to send the watch back to the Swiss manufacturer for replacement – so be careful with that! Keep an eye on those screws! AP Royal Oak Movement and Functions This watch comes with an automatic movement as well as with a date and chronograph functions. Both the chronograph buttons and the crown on the watch are made of stainless steel. The crown is also screw down. To set the date and time on the watch, it's pretty much standard procedure. With the existing three-position crown, you can wind the watch, set the date, and then the time. It's simple. For the chronograph, just simply press one button to start and stop it and the other button to reset it. The Look of the AP Chrono The look of this chronograph watch from Audemars Piguet is simply amazing. The watch is the perfect size and comes with the mix of satin and polish that is characteristic of the Royal Oak line of luxury timepieces. This adds a lot of style to the case and bracelet of the watch. Between each link, you'll notice that the watch comes polished, which really makes the watch pop out on your wrist. The dial on the AP Royal Oak chrono is also very balanced and never looks too busy. And why even talk about the bezel?!? When it comes to bezels from Audemars Piguet, I'm simply just a sucker for them! The bezel is the first thing that grabs my attention when it comes to AP watches. The Price of the AP Royal Oak Chrono The retail price of the 41-mm AP RO Chronograph is $24,300. If you are LUCKY enough to get your hands on a pre owned AP Chrono at a great price, you are looking at spending between $17,000 to $18,500. I stressed the word “lucky” because used AP chronos are not abundant. Most watch lovers tend to be happy with their AP chronographs and don't want to sell them. Furthermore, these watches from Audemars Piguet have not been out for a relatively long period of time either, which sometimes makes them difficult to find. When it comes to the Audemars Piguet Chronograph, the two most important things to look for are condition and the price. If both are good, it's not a deal killer not to have the box and papers for the watch. Some think that the box and papers are a big factor in price when it comes to the AP Royal Oak Chrono, but this is only a myth. If you're one of those people, get a life! The AP RO Chrono and Your Watch Game This chronograph from AP is a heavy hitter when it comes to the watch game. Inexperienced watch collectors might not want to pull the trigger on this stainless steel watch and opt for a gold Rolex instead. However, in my opinion, this watch is definitely a lot more stylish and will definitely make you stand in the men's watch crowd. When you have the 41-mm Royal Oak Chrono strapped to your wrist, it will definitely say two things about you...One, that you have style and two, that you have balls! If you liked this video, please like it and share it, especially with someone that you know needs help in stepping up his watch game! Make sure to also subscribe to our YouTube channel. We have many more videos on luxury watches for you in store. Stay tuned! Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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How to Wind a Rolex Watch and Set the Time & Date – Submariner, Datejust II, Daytona & GMT Master II
 
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http://www.crmjewelers.com - How to Wind a Rolex Watch and Set the Time & Date – Submariner, Datejust II, Daytona & GMT Master II In this video, I will show you how to set a Rolex watch on time and set the date to the correct value. In the process, I will also demonstrate the right way to wind the watch. It is important that new and existing Rolex owners know the correct way to do this in order to protect the watch from any unnecessary damage. To illustrate the winding and time setting processes, I will use various Rolex models, including the Datejust II, Submariner, Daytona and GMT Master II. How to Wind a Datejust and Submariner To wind the Rolex Datejust II and Submariner watches and set their dates correctly, we can use the same technique. This is also the same exact technique that is used to wind/set the Yacht-Master I. This technique is illustrated on the video for the Submariner. To wind the Rolex Submariner, the first thing you need to do is to unscrew the crown by turning it counterclockwise. When the crown pops out, it is in the winding position. Now it is time to start winding the watch. Even though the watch has an automatic function that self-winds the timepiece using the natural motions of the wearer's body, when the watch has not been worn for a while, it requires manual winding to kick off it's automatic operation once more. The way I recommend that you wind the Submariner is by using two fingers at the same time. Winding the crown with one finger would put unnecessary stress on the stem that is attached to the crown. I recommend that you also wind the watch by turning the crown around 15 times to make sure that enough tension is placed on the spring to keep it running. From that point on, the automatic function of the watch will take over. Can a Rolex Watch be Wound Backwards? One common question customers that come or call our store ask is whether or not a Rolex can be wound backwards or counterclockwise. The reality is that when a Rolex watch is wound counterclockwise or backwards, it doesn't do anything. Only when the watch is wound forward or clockwise, it is done correctly. When you wind a Rolex in the right direction, you'll also be able to feel and hear the related tension on the crown. After you wind the watch, it is time to set the date to the correct value. To set the date, pull the crown out until it clicks. This first click will indicate that the crown is in the date-setting position. By turning the crown forward, the date value will begin increasing, one day at a time. Once you get to the desired date, you are done and can move on to setting the watch on time. To do this, you need to pull the crown out one more time. When the crown clicks, you can continue to turn it until the hour and minute hands are at the desired positions. On this video, we set the time on the Submariner to 8:30. Once you are done, it is time to return the crown of the watch to its original position. First, push the crown all the way in and, while holding it there, screw it back by spinning it forward or clockwise. There's no need to over-tighten the crown and damage the watch. Once the crown is snug, you are done. The Rolex Daytona – A Simpler Process The next Rolex model you'll see on the video is the Rolex Daytona. The process for the Daytona is similar to that of the Submariner and Datejust, but much simpler. This is because the Daytona does not have a date function, so we only need to set the time on the watch. As before, we need to unscrew the crown (counterclockwise), wind the watch (15 clockwise turns on the crown), and let the automatic function take over; then you have to pop the crown out to set the watch on time. Finally, screw the crown back and wear your luxury watch proudly! Setting the Rolex GMT Master II on Time – Dual Timezones Working with the GMT II is similar, but an extra step is required, since the watch comes with a dual time (two timezone) function (the GMT is wound using the same technique described earlier for the other Rolexes). For the GMT Master, I like to set the second or dual time (blue arrow on the watch) first. This is done by pulling the crown out to the outermost setting and turning it appropriately. After the dual time is set (10 o'clock on the video), the date and time (11 o'clock on the video) can be set back to back by pushing the crown in one notch and turning it until the desired date and time are displayed. I hope that you liked this video and plan to use it as a reference to wind your Rolex watch going forward. If you enjoyed it, make sure to share it with your friends and subscribe to our YouTube channel. This will allow you to get updates on future Watch Your Style video releases. Follow Us & Become a Fan! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/... Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers
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Mark Wahlberg Watch Collection - Rated from 1 to 10!
 
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When reviewing Mark Wahlberg's watch collection, right off the back you see that he's a die-hard Rolex fan! Nevertheless, he's got some serious, serious timepieces. One of the Rolex watches that he's seen wearing the most frequently is a yellow gold Rolex Yacht-Master II. This is not a bad sporty model to have in a collection. Mark Walhberg is also a fan of the yellow gold Submariner. He's got both the blue and black dial versions. He also has the anniversary edition, yellow gold GMT II with the green dial. A level higher on Mark Wahlberg's collection is the $155,000 platinum Daytona reference number 116576, with a baguette bezel and a pave dial. Another blinged out Rolex watch that he has is the all gold rainbow Daytona. Even though some purists don't like that watch, it's still a serious piece at about $200,000. The most elite-level watch in this category is a white gold Day-Date 40 Presidential, reference 228396TEM, a $500,000 Rolex that's platinum with a green emerald baguette bezel and a pave dial. So it's obvious that Mark Walberg likes a little bling in his watches. Mark Wahlberg also mixes his watches up drastically, from a high-end $500k Rolex to a Nike fitness watch, which makes him a bit crazy in my book. Nevertheless, he's a watch collector that pulls it off. Walberg's Watch Game Rating is 7.5. To get a bit of a higher score, he would need a few more crazy pieces and maybe a mix of other high-end luxury brands like Patek Philippe or Richard Mille. Do you agree with my 7.5 out of 10 score for Mark Wahlberg's collection? Leave me a comment below and let me know. Also let me know what other celebrity watch collections you would want me to review. Follow us on Social Media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Gold Chain Care - Caring and Cleaning your Cuban Link Chain and Jewelry
 
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🚩NOTE: Hit the bell "🔔" icon on our main channel page to get notified when we upload a new video [even if you're subscribed already]. It is important to care for gold chains and jewelry correctly. On this video, I show you the right way to care for your Cuban link gold chain. The more frequent you wear your Cuban link chain the more the luster or shine on the gold will suffer. To start off, there are certain things I don't do with my gold chains, like take a shower with it. People ask me that all the time, but I do not recommend it. If you shower every day with your chain on, it will build soap scum just like your shower. There's another process to clean the chain when that happens, but avoid showering with the chain whenever possible. I also do not sleep with my chain on. This will cause extra wear down on your chain for no reason as you move around while you're sleeping. Take off your jewelry when you sleep. Regarding the cleaning of your chain, I recommend that you do it once a week. You can use one of the sprays that you see at the mall for cleaning jewelry. This will give you the optimal cleaning. You can also use a toothbrush with some mild soap and water. If you use one of the special polishing rags, you need to exercise caution because it tends to make the gold color a bit more pale over time, which I don't like. If you have the chain polished, you also need to be careful. You definitely do not want the wrong person polishing your gold chain. Storage of your gold Cuban link chain is also very important. Make sure that the links are not grinding up against each other when you store you chain away. The constant grinding caused by improper storage will mean that you'll need to re-polish your chain a lot sooner than desired. What do you think about my tips to clean and care for your gold Cuban link chain? Do you have any special tips that you have when it comes to caring for your chain or gold jewelry? Let me know in the comments below. You can also get our Cuban link app (both Android and iPhone versions) below: Cuban Link Chain Mobile App (download links): https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Follow Us on Social Media & Become a Fan! Instagram http://instagram.com/crmjewelers Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Twitter https://twitter.com/crmjewelers
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Audemars Piguet Novelty Camo Watch Review - Love it or Hate it?
 
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Just got my hands on a new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Novelty Camouflage Luxury Watch! It's nice, but I have a few concerns about this 44mm AP reference 26400SO.OO.A054CA.01. ------------------------- So today's review is gonna be on the new AP 44 millimeter that comes in stainless steel. Now there's a whole new Novelty theme coming out with these new watches. They have a camouflage strap and overall theme. I call it the “AP Fatigue.” [intro music] So Audemars released it on the SIHH show in 2018 and originally when I saw it, I feel like the watches aren't even out yet at the dealerships and clients are already calling and saying that they wanna to get it. I'm like, “Dude, it just got released yesterday in the Switzerland show!” Now, I have mixed feelings about it, OK? I think the overall look, you know the way they executed it with the off-white khaki colored dial and kind of like a dark green, military green bezel and ceramic stuff. It fits good. It looks nice. It's gotta good theme going on. I don't know how I feel about it, honestly for me because one of the major things about this watch is the price. Has a retail of $31,000 and they're going right now in the market for over retail, so I don't know. I mean, do I wanna pay that much over just to have this whole Fatigue theme or can I just get a regular stainless steel and maybe perhaps strap a Horus strap on it in camo and just call it a day. So that's the one thing where I'm not really 100% sold on it. Is how versatile can it be or how cool it really is overall. So I mean the overall execution as far as how they did it, it's nice. It's AP. I'm AP gang. Everything they do is quality. The only thing I don't like is is that the overall look kind of reminds me a little bit of Hublot and you already know how I feel about that. So they kind of watered it down with that whole look and the whole camouflage theme. I mean, what the heck am I gonna do with it and what are they gonna do next? Are they gonna come out with a leopard print one or perhaps maybe a cheetah model? I mean, that's the only thing I don't like. However, I wanna mention that they did also release a couple more from Novelty in rose gold for example. And the rose gold one is more appealing to me. It kind of has like a burgundy chocolate covered bezel and it's pretty much the same theme, but just with different colors. That one does appeal to me a bit more. And I like it overall. I mean, if I was gonna pick one, it would probably be that one. Freaking Jet skis back here. They're like the rats of the seas, you know what I mean? [laughter] One thing I wanna point out is the quality of this strap, like I don't know how they did it as far as the vulcanization process, but the way that they laid the colors and they blend in on the strap, it almost looks like it's painted on top of the strap. Like, I don't know. It just looks so authentic, OK? It almost looks like on the strap, like the feel of an old military vehicle. It has that nostalgic look, which I really, really like about it. So you know, now that I have it in my hands, when I saw it in pictures, I didn't like it all, OK? When I got it in my hands, it does look a little bit nicer in person. I guess it's just the price man. I guess if you told me that it was gonna cost me two to three grand more than a standard steel model, it would probably win me over, but it's just the price to me doesn't justify it, you know, I don't hate it. I'm just not crazy about it. So that being said, I'm pretty much looking forward to finally getting my hands on the rose gold version of the camo theme or like I say, “the Fatigue AP,” with the chocolate theme. I think that's the one that's gonna be much nicer. So feel free to comment below how you feel about the new AP Novelty Series with the camouflage theme. And also don't forget to hit the notifications bell until it looks like this or otherwise, you might not see the latest videos. And if you liked this video, please like and share. Also, subscribe to our channel. My name is Eric, this is Watch Your Style! Follow us on social media using the links below: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Supercar Rally – Watches and Exotic Cars!
 
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Join me on a tour of some of the most exciting supercars at Supercar Saturdays, an event hosted by Lamborghini of Broward (in South Florida). During this Watch Your Style video, I actually mix up both luxury watches and exotic cars. I think that both of these big boy toys complement each other really well...don't you? Since I leave my base of operation at CRM Jewelers in Downtown Miami, the melodious revving of high performance engines will accompany you throughout the ride North, all the way to Lamborghini of Broward, where the actual event takes place. Supercar Saturdays takes place on the second Saturday of every month and during the event, owners of the hottest and most exotic vehicles in Florida convene to proudly show off their vehicles and mingle with other fine car enthusiasts. Maybe I will see you during the next event! Here's a list of the cars that were featured and discussed on the video: * 2018 Ferrari 488 Spider (red) * 2018 BMW M5 (white) * 2018 McLaren 570 Spider (yellow) * 2014 Porsche Turbo S (white) * 2015 Porsche GT3 (yellow) * 2017 Porsche Turbo S (Miami blue) * 2018 Lamborghini Huracan (one-off build) I also brought my white Porsche GT3 along to the event. I previously reviewed the car on this video: https://youtu.be/Ag1znuN28G8. So what did you think of Supercar Saturdays event and the luxury cars and watches that were present at the show? Let me know in the comments below and please make sure to share this video with someone that's into men's luxury and lifestyle! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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Richard Mille RM 055 Bubba Watson Review – RM55 Luxury Watch
 
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The Richard Mille RM 055 was created for the professional golfer Bubba Watson. The first time I saw this watch, I compared it to the Nadal RM35. Both movements are the same and cradled in the middle with shock absorbers, even though both watches do have their differences. Unlike the Nadal, which is lighter and made out of carbon fiber, the RM55 Bubba Watson is made out of ceramic and has a clear caseback. I initially thought that the entire case was ceramic, but only the top plate actually is. This is not weird for Richard Mille to do, since they're known for complicating watches and making them extra sophisticated. The white material on the sides and back is actually titanium wrapped in some sophisticated, high-tech rubber. I'm sure they had their reasons to use this combination of materials in the RM 055, but personally I would have preferred it to be completely ceramic. The movement is manual wound and has a 55-hour power reserve. As you know, I love the rubber straps on Richard Mille watches (including the one that comes with this watch from factory). The watch that I'm actually reviewing has a canvas strap with Velcro on the bottom, which is not what you expect to see with such an expensive watch. So even though I like the original white rubber strap, I like the contrast that the black strap provides as well. Even though I'm not a fan of white watches, I do like this Bubba Watson from Richard Mille. The retail price of the Richard Mille RM 055 is approximately $104,000, but due to the market demand, these watches are going for quite a bit over retail. Expect to pay at least $140,000 if you want to buy an RM55. This is obviously done on purpose by Richard Mille by setting a low retail value for their watches. The RM 55 is definitely a heavy hitter in the Watch Game. Let me know what you think of the Richard Mille Bubba Watson and of this review. Comment below! Also, make sure to Follow Us on Social Media, including Steemit! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/crmjewelers/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crmjewelers Google + https://plus.google.com/+Crmjewelers/ Steemit (where you can also watch our new videos) https://steemit.com/@crmjewelers Take a Selfie with our Cuban Link App https://www.crmjewelers.com/cuban-link-app/ Join Our VIP Club and Save! https://www.crmjewelers.com/vip/
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