All 8 variations are taken for the 2014 Benarus Megalodon. I missed out but signed up anyway just in case one becomes available. I love the build quality and lume on my Benarus 44mm Moray Dart, so the brand appeals to me, especially the 49mm Megalodon Beast. But if I don't get a 2014, I'll be quicker to reserve the next incarnation.
Radios, watches, and fans. What is it? In any event, our office doesn't have a fan even though we have 4 other fans in the house, two of them Vornado models. I've never had the 660 before but took a chance and got one on Amazon for $100 or so. It had better be a Fan Uber Alles as this video would indicate:
I thought intermitent speaker sound only happened to old vintage radios. Purchased 6 and a half years ago, my beloved Sangean WR-2 is on the fritz with speaker sound fading in and out. It works fine through the earbuds. I like the radio a lot and will either replace it or get the Sangean RCR-9 for its smaller footprint. I'd love to know how the RCR-9 compares to the RCR-3 for FM reception. Why is the latter model more expensive?
But honestly I think I'll miss the WR-2.
Final thoughts: I only play the speaker 10 percent of the time. I'm thinking I'll just keep it for now.
Championing oversized Invicta watches for many years, it appears Michael Davis broke his ties with that company and did so in a publish fashion, posting his discontent with his job on his facebook page as posted on Miss Moss the Home Shoppingista.
I guess all things come to end. I was an Invicta addict from 2008 to 2013 though I have since sold all of my Invicta models.
In related news the Watch Geeks site dedicated to Invicta fanboys was hacked out of existence.
It seems like a changing tide for Invicta who, whether you like the brand or not, has been a style influence in the watch world.