Watch Passion

The Omega 145.022 Speedmaster Racing – A Rare and Iconic Speedy

We have discovered some incredible Speedmasters recently, that we have loved offering to you guys. Today we are introducing @TheMasterOfSpeed, Matteo Leoni, one of the world’s foremost vintage Speedmaster experts. Here he shares with us his passion for and knowledge of a very rare and important…


Gay Frères – The Bracelet Brothers

The story of Gay Frères begins in 1835 when, arguably, the world’s most important watch bracelet manufacturer was founded by Jean-Pierre Gay and Gaspard Tissot. They weren’t brothers but the business remained a strong family concern throughout its lifetime and was in fact being run…


Strap Guide – The Rolex Datejust White

Welcome to the Bulang and Sons Strap Guide. Our aim is to showcase some of our most popular straps on a range of iconic watches so you can see how the different combinations work. The White Rolex DJ The Datejust is one of Rolex’s most…


Tudor’s End Game – The 79190 Submariner

The end of the 1990s was a transitional time for Tudor. For a number of years they had been slowly moving away from using the Rolex name on their watches, using ‘Prince Date’ on dials, omitting the Rolex associated ‘Oyster’ and also moving to Tudor…


Omega Journey Chapter 2 – My Sports Watch Trilogy

The Scuba Diver that took the Train to his Rocketship So, a scuba diver on a train with the destination rocketship. Either this is a scene from a bad blockbuster or did I simply have one Gin Tonic too many?! Actually, it’s neither of the…


Back to the Roots: An Omega Journey with Bernhard

Prolog A few months ago I was sitting in our office, pondering the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, its connection to Omega and the iconic Speedmaster. This brought me to reflect on myself as a collector of watches. Being a collector was and still…


The Tropic Topic – The Iconic Rubber Watch Strap

In the 1950s recreational diving became a lot more popular and people were beginning to take the hobby up as a leisure pursuit. Exploring and experiencing the underwater kingdom was becoming a real possibility for everybody – who wouln’t love to watch the fish swimming…