Martin Green

Biography

Martin Green immersed himself in the amazing world of watch making at a very young age, even postponing the purchase of his first car in favor of a Swiss watch.

As a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America he has a specific interest in the use of diamonds and other gemstones on watches.

Although with his sometimes eclectic taste, the rest of the high end watch making world is definitely not lost on him.

Apart from contributing to The Watch Review Site – http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk, Martin also contributes to Watch Match Maker – http://www.watchmatchmaker.com and is a moderator and contributing writer for Revolution Online along with writing for Longitude – Christies Watch Blog.

Martin has become well known and respected within horological circles and has an interesting outlook on anything Watches….

We are very glad to have a contributor with the quality and expertise in the luxury timepiece market that Martin has gathered in his time within the luxury timepiece arena.

You can see all of Martin’s Contributions to http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk below.

Linde Werdelin’s new Oktopus II Diving Watch Doesn’t Go Deep! Morten Linde explains the logic By Martin Green written for Longitude – Christies Wacth Blog Linde Werdelin is not your average watch company and that is something that they cherish. They enjoy taking paths less travelled, and they are not the only ones who enjoy it! […]

Guy Ellia Jumbo Chrono – Big Boys, Big Toy’s  – Written by Martin Green –  Say “ Big Watch” and most people instantly think about Panerai or IWC’s Big Pilot. Perhaps with a few their thoughts will go to their favorite Breitling or Omega on steroids. This can hardly be helped since these are the […]

A matter of taste; a unique Rolex Day-Date Written by Martin Green  If you have ever read the amazing stories of the “One thousand and one nights”, you are probably also familiar with Ali Baba and how he found a hidden treasure cave. Well, when you lay eyes on this unique Rolex Day-Date you will […]

Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine reference 81180 – Do we need more?   Written by Martin Green Sometimes high end watch making seems like an endless challenge of making watches as complicated as possible. Especially in the last decade we’ve run out of complications to combine, since everything has already been tried. So we come up […]

Jorg Hysek Colosso – Big Boys, Big Toys By Martin Green Jorg Hysek Colosso Watch Review – Big is Beautiful?????? “Space…the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Colosso. With it’s continuing mission to explore strange, new life and civilizations, to boldly go where no watch has gone before! These are of course […]

Unique Girard-Perregaux Sea Hawk 1000 at Christie’s Green Auction By Martin Green “Green, Green Grass of Home”, wither you hear the Tom Jones or Jerry Lee Lewis version on the radio, very few will actually realize that the song is about a man on death row who will only get back to the green, green […]

Batman Would Choose the Girard-Perregaux ww.tc Shadow New York Written by: Meehna Goldsmith  Following on from Meehna’s report on a villain’s watch http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk/girard-perregaux-1966-full-calendar/ she continues the theme here. Martin thinks it’s fun to wear the watch of a fictional character, and I agree. He chose the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Full Calendar as his favorite of the brand’s […]

Basel: The Ones We Shouldn’t Forget Written by: Martin Green 12th March 2012 It happens almost at every edition of Baselworld, the big brands and old maison’s dominate the press with their newest and boldest watches. But quite often just out of the limelight of these watches, these big brands also have other watches that […]

Written by: Martin Green 15th March 2012 Basel 2012 is a wrap! The new models have been introduced and very soon it is time to see how they are going to perform at the box-office. Sometimes it is very difficult to figure out what will be hot and what will be….not, but of course we […]