The Everest Journal REVIEWS, NEWS, AND INFO FOR WATCH ENTHUSIASTS

Why Watch Rolls are All the New Craze

Most major watch lovers are always asking the questions: Which watches should I bring with me on my trip? Typically, there's a trend in the responses on watch forums. One example lineup includes:  a Seiko SKX007 for the beach, an Explorer for daily activities and an Omega De Ville for a nice dinner out. Most watch collectors dream of being able to have a different watch for a different setting. A well-made watch roll for travel provides protection for your prized watches.  A watch roll is not only for those who travel with multiple time pieces though. We’re here to convince you that bringing more than one watch with you is the way to go.  The Everest Watch Roll offers a new take on the wa...

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Top 10 Instagram Looks for This Summer

Still having trouble deciding what to switch your summer look up to? We had to share these mind-blowing Instagram shots and maybe help you decide what is best for you this year! Always, the classic is highly sought after. Check out this fantastic shot of the SubC and Everest Black Rubber strap from @chronos_1010 - he is just crushing it with this pic! And, this summer, the Tudor watch line from Everest is in high demand. We call this shot the Hot Combo 🔥 A Black Bay on Everest Orange Rubber is sure to get some attention! The Tudor Black Bay Blue looks phenomenal on Everest Blue Rubber! 😍 What a combo! We’re seeing a lot of color this year - specially using the watch bands to rea...

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Why a Watch Band for Your Rolex?

Bracelet versus Watch Band? Which do you prefer? Obviously, here at Everest Bands, we tend to lean towards the watch band decision, but we wanted to share with you why. Bracelet versus watch band is very personal preference focused, but don’t let metal bracelets limit you to a chunky, masculine look. Switching your bracelet out for a watch band can not only change the overall look, but it adds comfort and changes the feel of the watch as well. The easiest and quickest way to change the look and feel of a watch is switching out the bracelet. Vintage Leather straps offer a comfortable winter option to give the watch more character during the cold, dreary months of winter. Additionally, ...

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Sea-Dweller 43mm Review

At Baselworld 2017, Rolex announced ​the new Sea-Dweller (Ref. 126600) to celebrate the models 50th anniversary. It’s also known as the Rolex Sea Dweller 2017 or SD43. Since then, it has become one of the most elusive Rolex references with long wait lists at Authorized Retailers and secondary market dealers around the world. The asking prices are currently thousands of dollars over retail. ​The new Sea-Dweller is significantly different. One of the most notable is its increase in size to a wider 43mm from the previous generations 40mm. This serves as a great way for Rolex to differentiate this timepiece from the Submariner. The new Sea-Dweller has a round and streamlined shape thanks to...

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Tudor Black Bay Steel 79730 Review

Tudor released a new movement in 2015 with the North Flag Sport and Pelagos models. The new Black Bay Steel houses the same movement as these models - Tudor’s Inhouse Calibre MT5612, which has a 70 hour power reserve, equipped with a silicon hairspring. Of course, it's COSC certified as noted on the dial. Most updates to the Tudor Heritage Black Bay in the recent years have focused on the material or color scheme including the Black Bay Bronze, Black Bay Steel & Gold and the recent Black Bay Dark.The Tudor Black Bay Steel was released at Baselworld in 2017 to round out the collection that offers something for everyone. The red accents and other new feature tribute the vintage Rolex...

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