Inspired by its monochromatic American flag designs, SoCal label Stampd introduces its clean take on the classic Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust. Coupling a 36mm stainless steel case with an 18k white gold fluted bezel and Oyster bracelet, the timeless piece is enhanced by a stars and stripes motif across the dial while the inner bezel features Stampd’s theme of “MADE TO MAKE IT” alongside a proto-existentialist quote from 17th century Catholic priest Balasar Gracian, reading “TIME AND I AGAINST ANY TWO.” Finished with the Stampd Los Angeles signature seal engraved on the back of the case, the special edition timepiece is limited to just 10 pieces
Anchor Division // My EDC v2 ( Jamison Aweau )
Nikon FM2 w/ Leather strap by Frank Clegg Leatherworks
Eayrslee Jones Olive Duffel
Rolex Submariner w/ Frank Clegg Leatherworks Nato Leather Strap
Bamboo Pen Tablet
Chanel Platinum Egoiste Cologne
Ernest Alexander Bag
Keys / iPhone w/ Frank Clegg Leatherworks iPhone Wallet
Rolex - GMT Master
The Rolex GMT was designed as an aviator watch: The newly introduced fourth hand allowed the display of an additional time, with the corresponding numbermarkings on the outer bezel. Pilots used the second time to display the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which led to the name Rolex GMT Master. Altough Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) got replaced 1972 in the Aviation Industry by Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the term GMT is still known and kept as part of the name of the GMT Master, altough Pilots nowadays use it to set UTC.
Park & Bond Vintage Buying Guide - Rolex
Online retailer Park & Bond have come up with this impressive new how-to guide that provides some of the most important information on Rolex needed. Beginning with the history of Rolex, P&B goes into detail about buying five classic vintage Rolex models: the Submariner, Daytona, GMT-Master, Explorer and Explorer II. For each watch given is a collector’s guide as well as a brief history of the model, ranging from when it was introduced to the key personalities in history who donned one of these legendary Swiss watches. Read the full article Park & Bond’s editorial section The Intersection.