FROM HUBLOT TO A $6.5M NAUTILUS! – What Your Watch Says About You!



For this episode I have some major conversation pieces to discuss! We go from the dislikes of Hublot all the way to most expensive Patek Nautilus ever!!

Comment below which watches you would like to see on this series!

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Hosted By: Eric Rivera

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35 comments

  1. I actually agree with Eric 100%. OP 41 in real life is for people who buy a boxster and be a douchebag for owning a "porsche". I'd rather get a 39mm exp. 1 or milgauss rather than OP 41

  2. Oyster perpetuals are good watches but they are boring, even with the colored dials. Very true regarding the Cartier.

  3. This is your best video yet! Respect! I almost died laughing…"It's a woman's watch! I swear."

  4. Just so I'm clear, Eric. I do not like the Tiffany OP as well. But you wear glasses indoors. So who's the loser?

  5. Like your honest and funny thoughts on these watches. I kinda wanted that OP in teal at first (as they came up with the tiffany name to hype up the watch) but not anymore ha ha. Too overpriced.

  6. you're bang on on this Eric. I don't get why the Tiffany dials are so hot especially in mens sizes. Lots of the other colours look better on a mans wrist. Also great take on the Hublot and the Tiffany Patek. Spot on as usual. I may not have Rolex money but at the same time I know what I'd buy and the tiffany dial isn't it. Say what you will but I like the palm dial datejust smooth bezel on oyster as a sports watch. The palm dial just brings some fun to an otherwise dressier watch

  7. Dude, love your channel but the photos of the IWC Big Pilot you used are of the new 43mm. I tried it on at the boutique here in nyc and it actually fits my 7" wrist well, no crown gouging, the bracelet has a really cool micro adjust system as well. Anyway for what its worth I've never considered owning an IWC and I liked it.

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