Titanium is having its moment right now, with many new releases made from this metal that's lighter than steel. In order to have the right clasp to pair with your watches, we are proud to introduce the CTS Deployant Clasp in Titanium!
If you're active on Instagram, browsing watch content, you've probably seen a photo of a Cartier Santos-Dumont paired with a rubber strap, and wondering to yourself - how do I get that look? Here's how!
For a long time I have been obsessed with the Cartier Tank design and it was one of my grail watches in my wish list. 2 years ago I got married and I was lucky enough to get this Tank Must to commemorate that special moment. It was the first “serious” watch in my collection to spend a lot of time in the store checking different sizes. For some reason, a lot of people tend to gravitate towards the smaller sizes with the Tank models but this Extra-Large model felt right when I tried it on my wrist. Mechanical movement with automatic winding and the date window also was a big plus in my opinion.
Despite my love for this watch, finding straps for it was hell of a journey (especially with Cartier boutique). After a long research I was so happy to find Delugs custom program. Moreover, when they launched their ready-made Tank straps collection, it was no-brainer for me to partner with them and create this strap guide for you.
There isn’t a whole lot to say about the Rolex Day-Date that has not already been said. It’s a watch that has dawned the wrist of Tony Soprano, Jack Nicklaus and countless Presidents of the United States of America being marketed as the “Presidents watch”. There is no other watch that screams “I’ve made it” the same way a Day-Date does and this is one of the reasons it remains just as popular today as it was 50 years ago.
The Day-Date is most commonly seen on its signature 3 link presidential bracelet, however, this watch is just as at home on a nice strap. So let’s check out some combinations shall we?
The BB Pro is the first Tudor of my collection, and what a piece to start with the Tudor brand. I was afraid the thickness of the watch would be a dealbreaker since every media was talking about it negatively. But once on the wrist, this detail doesn’t even matter. I was lucky to get it very shortly after the release and I am enjoying it a lot ever since. Its design is somehow very unique (some would say “inspired”) making it a go-to watch in my collection that is rather oriented towards diver watches. The steel bracelet with the micro adjustment clasp allows a perfect fit but I like to have options with straps. Let’s see some combos!