Check out our article for MensLifestyleGuide.co.uk on our pick of the best alternative #Panerai watches
Getting this week going with the #IWC #GST #Chronograph ✋
City Sportsman #LindeWerdelin #Biformeter
We have another great review for you in the Autumn issue of #TheWatchMag. This time we take a look at the beautiful #Wempe Chronometerwerke Power Reserve. Download or view in your browser for free www.thewatchmagazine.com
Between 1942 and 1946, French Naval Lieutenant Jacques-Yves Cousteau and engineer Emile Gagnan developed the Aqualung, a portable underwater breathing device that revolutionised diving. Previous self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA) had consisted of clunky and awkward methods of continuously blowing air into a diver’s face, but the Aqualung used pressure valves release air only on demand. This meant that the equipment could be scaled down to a back-worn tank and mouthpiece, and didn’t require a sealed suit. Skin diving, as it was to be known, had begun.
Into the sixties, an increase in wealth, the ability to travel abroad on holiday and the reducing price of SCUBA equipment meant that it became more accessible and therefore more popular with the public. The National Association of Underwater Instructors was formed in 1960 to regulate and teach the increasing number of students with an interest in the sport. This lead the formation of PADI, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, in 1967.
Sporting my favourite #AudemarsPiguet today…The stunning #RoyalOak 26330ST.OO.1220ST.01 😍
Kicking off the latest round of reviews in the Autumn issue of #TheWatchMag, we examine the #Breitling #Chronomat44. Download or view in your browser for free www.thewatchmagazine.com
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A rare sunny October day in #London 😎 Time to bring out the #Panerai #Luminor 1950. (at London Royal Exchange, The City)
Come to the dark side… #GMTMasterII