Today, we’re talking about two new additions to the shop – the first, an Omega Dynamic and the second, a Bulova Royal Oak.

The Omega Dynamic is a truly off kilter piece, one that never seemed to totally hit the mark with many consumers. Perhaps it was the 100% brushed steel case. Maybe it was the fully lumed sword hands. Maybe it was the funky Arabic numerals. Whatever it was, consumers didn’t quite get it at the time, and as such they remain totally undervalued to this day.

Then we get to the pseudo-icon: the Bulova Royal Oak. This version comes in quartz, and it is a pretty unabashed rip-off of the Audemars Piguet equivalent. That being said, it’s also super well done. The finishing is incredible, it wears beautifully, and on the whole, it still represents a tremendous value.