Posts tagged with: Talking Hands
By The Prodigal Fool on 16 May 2013
The Prodigal Guide’s founders return to the Talking Hands table to take on an IWC curio with the help of some rather fine vodkaMore
By TPG on 6 August 2012
Today though we’re looking at NOMOS’ top of the range model, the Zürich Weltzeit. Will it live up to our expectations of the brand? What will a GMT complication do to those restrained looks that the brand is so famous for? And will it remain quite so affordable? There’s only one way to find out…
You know what to do: pour yourself a drink, hit play and join us for Talking Hands.
By TPG on 30 July 2012
The unassuming little Baume & Mercier Capeland chrono captured our attention – and quite possibly our hearts – above and beyond anything else in the collection. The question is: how would it stand up to the scrutiny of a Talking Hands episode?
There’s only one way to find out: pour yourself a drink, hit play and join us, for Talking Hands.
By TPG on 4 June 2012
German, austere, democratically-priced, restrained, stylish, elegant and with in house movements: just a few of the words we find to describe NOMOS in this episode of Talking Hands. Oh, and did we mention that those all surface in the first 60 seconds!? To find out what other words we come up with, you know what to do…
Pour yourself a drink, hit play and join us for Talking Hands.
By The Prodigal Fool on 21 May 2012
Not only do we have the brand new Explorer II under close observation here at Prodigal Towers but we’ve put it up against the previous generation too. And, as if that wasn’t enough, we thought it interesting to line these two brothers up in front of the rest of the family: the Rolex sports model range in its entirety.More
By TPG on 14 May 2012
Welcome to Talking Hands number 15 or, as it’s referred to here at Prodigal Towers, “the one in which the booze finally got the better of us.”
The watch is the Frédéric Constant Runabout – a piece with a lot going for it that, ultimately, the Fool and Six find it hard to agree on – but the real star of the show turns out to be the Luxardo Cola Sambuca, a drink so wrong it might just be right. Our advice? Enjoy it in moderation. We only wish we had.