Apr 08
  1. Rolex Submariner: Often referred to as the “Sub,” the Rolex Submariner is one of the most iconic dive watches in the world. Its rugged design, water resistance, and association with diving have earned it the nickname “Sub.”
  2. Omega Speedmaster Professional: Known as the “Moonwatch,” the Omega Speedmaster Professional gained its nickname after being the first watch worn on the moon during NASA’s Apollo missions.
  3. Rolex Daytona: The Rolex Daytona, known for its association with motorsports and racing, has earned the nickname “Paul Newman” due to the actor’s preference for wearing a specific model of the Daytona with an exotic dial.
  4. Patek Philippe Nautilus: The Patek Philippe Nautilus is often referred to as the “Jumbo” due to its larger size compared to other models in the Nautilus collection.
  5. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, designed by Gerald Genta, is sometimes called the “Jumbo” or “AP” by enthusiasts.
  6. TAG Heuer Monaco: The TAG Heuer Monaco, famously worn by Steve McQueen in the movie “Le Mans,” is often called the “McQueen Monaco” due to its association with the actor.
  7. Cartier Tank: The Cartier Tank, known for its rectangular case shape resembling military tanks, is simply referred to as the “Tank.”
  8. IWC Big Pilot: The IWC Big Pilot, known for its large size and distinctive design, is sometimes called the “Big Pilot” or “B-Uhr” due to its historical association with German aviators.

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