Keanu Reeves wears a Rolex Submariner with a sweet story behind it

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Every story about Keanu Reeves seems to exist only to polish Legend Keanu Reeves. Like this: in 2021, after filming John Wick: Chapter 4, Reeves bought the stunt team that worked with him on the movie Rolex Submariners. Each watch is engraved with the recipient’s name and the words “Thank you Keanu JW4 2021.” However, it’s unclear if Reeves managed to pick up one for himself. Now we may have the answer: Reeves wears a Rolex Submarine to the film’s premiere on Monday.

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The same qualities that make the Sub a great choice for stuntmen make it a great watch for the likes of Reeves. Submariner is known to be durable and reliable. And different from BuckSubmariner’s never had to consider whether or not it would return—the watch has remained a collector’s favorite since its first debut in 1954.

Reeves shows off his Submariner which makes the stuntman’s gift even sweeter. Not only do they have a watch engraved with the actor’s picture, but his Sub has now linked them all together. As for Reeves, he belongs to some legendary company: the famous Paul Newman gave my stuntman a Rolex Daytona and GMT.

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Nicholas Braun’s Foreign Chronograph Vacheron Constantin

When Nicholas Braun wants to get dressed in an affirmative way, he only needs one watch: VC overseas. While Vacheron only released its first panda dial (white dial with black sub-dials) last month, this reverse panda dial has been approx from 2018. This foreign country has helped Vacheron break into the luxury sports watch market, pieces that celebrities like Braun want to wear on the red carpet in 2023.

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Rolex GMT-Master II by Lebron James

The 2023 edition of the Watches & Wonders watch trade show kicks off Monday, and collectors everywhere will be watching to see this year’s new releases. (I’ll post updates from there all week.) Last year, one of the big headlines that came out at the fair was this green and black “destroy” GMT. So named because it was made for left-handed people, with the crown placed on the left side of the case. Next week, we’ll see what James can wear on the sidelines of next season.

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Patek Philippe Nautilus by Rob Lowe

This is exactly how I stood when I received a new watch: Raise my fist in the air so triumphantly that the watch popped out of my sleeve. With such a fine watch, even Lowe couldn’t resist the move. This beloved version of Nautilus comes equipped with an annual calendar (which needs to be reset every year, while forever will operate continuously until the year 2100) and a moon phase feature. The highlight is the black alligator leather strap that takes the sporty Nautilus into complete luxury territory.

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Longines Dolcevita by Regé-Jean Page

I commend Page for being a dedicated soldier in the fight for square watches. The DolceVita is a nice-looking and surprisingly affordable option (or relatively so, at $1,775) for collectors trying to keep up with trends. Not many watches are inspired by the “Italian lifestyle,” but according to the brand’s product page, the DolceVita is one of those rare timepieces. Well, in that case: I love this one watch.

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