The Grey Nato - Ep 28 - Rolex

This week we're going deep on Rolex, just as we did in Episode 20 for Seiko. From our shared love of their sport watches to the various phases of Rolex appreciation that the average watch guy will experience, we try and get a handle on what makes this massive brand so appealing. After that, we've got ice diving, camera chat, new straps and John Wick Chapter II. Stay buckled in for Final Notes to hear about one of our favorite car reviewers and a listener who snagged a lovely vintage T-Graph. Just press play and thanks for listening!

 

Jason Icediving http://bit.ly/2lQ3zZM

John Wick II http://imdb.to/2lPTc8p

Fujifilm X100T http://bit.ly/2kySuu9

Canon EOS M5 http://bit.ly/2kySGtn

Sony A7II S http://bit.ly/2kKLjA4

Rover Haven straps http://bit.ly/2licIwC

Jason's Rover Haven strap http://bit.ly/2lQ4YQc

 

Rolex

Jack's Article http://bit.ly/2lkwmIa

Rolex Submariner http://bit.ly/2kqUVE6

Rolex 16570 Explorer II http://bit.ly/2kyEkcB

Rolex Explorer http://bit.ly/2l8UwD6

Seiko SKX007 http://bit.ly/2lPMcbo

Seiko SRP777 http://bit.ly/2hT1QEa

Doxa 50th Sub 300 http://bit.ly/2cCivrS

 

Henry Catchpole

     - "Aston Martin N430 on Scotland's Greatest Driving Road" http://bit.ly/2kKPPhZ

     - "Driving Sharkwerks' Porsche Cayman GT4" http://bit.ly/2kKVlkA

     - "The Greatest Driving Road in the World? Porsche Boxster GTS on Majorca" http://bit.ly/2lLZb1b

 

What Happened to Rob Stewart? http://bit.ly/2kKTGLT

Bon Iver: Full Concert NPR Front Row Music http://bit.ly/2kqS9P7

Matt's Doxa T-Graph - watchpatina.com - http://bit.ly/2lRkLNF