IWC Portugieser Annual Calendar watch reviewed

The IWC “Portugieser Annual Calendar” is a really special timepiece that I’ve been checking out from Previously Enjoyed Watch. I’ve always loved the simplicity of the IWC brand and their watches, but this watch really adds something special. The annual calendar feature is such a unique complication and takes this watch to the next level. Let me tell you all about it and what I thought about wearing this IWC.

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Breguet – Marina Chronograph reviewed

Credited with creating the first wristwatch in 1810, Breguet is one of the oldest and most prestigious watch brands in the world. Previously Enjoyed Watches has me testing out the breathtaking Breguet Marine Chronograph in 18K Rose Gold. Having a vast company history is great, but how will the watch be seen by me (your average watch guy)? I’m excited to share my experience with this watch and tell you all about it. Lets go!

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A week on the wrist with an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

The Audemars Piguet (AP), brand has earned its reputation and is currently one of the hottest watches on the market today. I’m going to tell you about my favourite AP model today, the Royal Oak. It just so happened that Justin Bieber purchased a vintage AP Royal Oak for his wedding to Haily Bieber last weekend and was seen posting it all over social media. Previously Enjoyed Watch let me test out a similar style Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. The Duel Time Power Reserve and I almost didn’t give it back 🙈. Let’s talk about it…

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Chopard “Mille Miglia” baby

They joined forces over 30 years ago. The automobile race known as “the worlds most beautiful race”, the Mille Miglia, and the well known luxury giant, Chopard. They have been creating some beautiful timepieces during their relationship. Previously Enjoyed Watches has me testing out a watch from 2014 and I’m excited to share my thoughts with you. The calibration between Chopard and Mille Miglia began with Chopard Co-President Karl-Friedrich Scheufele and his personal passion for classic cars. Some amazing watches have been created and I’m looking forward to telling you about the one I have been wearing.

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Breiten up your day with this Breitling Montbrilliant

With a history since 1884, Breitling has been around for a long time in the watch industry. I’ve been testing out one of there newer models, the Breitling Montbrilliant Edition Steel Watch from Previously Enjoyed Watch in Beverly Hills. This stainless steel timepiece packs a punch with its yellow gold details. I wore the watch for a week, lets find out what I thought about it…

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IWC Rodeo Drive Big Pilot


Those who are passionate about IWC seem to be some of the most loyal of all watch consumers. To learn more about the IWC hype, Previously Enjoyed Watches (Beverly Hills Watch) has strapped me up with an IWC Big Pilot “Boutique Rodeo Edition”! Super limited with just 250 pieces, I’m going to have fun wearing this watch! Plus, Bradley Cooper wears IWC now. I kind of think whatever Bradley does is pretty cool, so you can’t go wrong.

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Canali is killing it!

Many of the designers I write about are new and emerging. Today I want to talk about a brand that’s been around for over 80 years, Canali. A brand that prides itself in premium fabrics and attention to detail in every garment they design. Canali is a family run company on its third generation and is a real leader in the fashion industry. Canali has 180 boutiques and can be found in over 1000 retail stores in 100 countries across the globe. Lets check out how Canali can help step up your wardrobe today!

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Wind away with the Barrington watch winder

Almost all of watches I talk about here are automatic watches. Just in case you don’t know what that means (which is totally fine by the way), automatic watches are also known as self winding watches. They use natural motion to power the watch, therefore the watch doesn’t require winding or a battery. So what do we do when we aren’t wearing our automatic watch? Does is drive you crazy to have to set your automatic watch when it hasn’t been used in a couple days? Lets get some answers and some solutions…

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