In their brand new Seamaster Planet Ocean “Big Blue”, Omega has created a watch that is ready for an adventure on, under or above the sea, while traversing multiple time zones. The Big Blue combines the practicality of a dive watch with a rotating bezel to measure elapsed time as well as a second hour hand to keep track of an additional time zone, with aesthetics that would appeal to all, save any die-hard Gater haters. The orange and blue dial, GMT hand and strap are eye-catchingly handsome and slyly understated. Turning the watch over, the Omega Caliber 8906 works housed in the zirconium dioxide ceramic case can be viewed in motion thanks to the clear crystal held in place by a Naiad locking system with helium to allow use at depths of 2,000 feet. Overkill for the hot tub? Perhaps, but it is refreshing to know the watch can withstand any abuse thrown its way; OmegaWatches.com.
Grand Banks yachts are iconic due to classic looks, practical design and the ability to go as far as the owner cares to venture. The new GB 54 does all that, while managing to sneak in a few high-tech improvements.
Giddyup urbanites, it’s time to gather your Western gear, leave the asphalt pavement behind, and head to one of these Florida ranches or rodeos for a “posh meets rustic outdoor” good ol’ time in The Sunshine State.