We're back with some of the best and most unique watches Brian Govberg from the Watchbox Vault. Just like every Wednesday, Brian and Tim team up to bring some of the watches that rarely get to see the light of day from the vault and some sneak peeks of watches that aren't listed on the site. This is your show if you're looking for some inside scoop on some of the best hidden secrets from Watchbox. Dive into the world of "haute horlogerie" tonight with The Watch Insider! BEST OF THE WEEK (JLC vs. JOURNE): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWG7xXTNpJE Tim Mosso on Instagram: @tim_mosso Watchbox on Instagram: @watchbox_ global Luxury watches and luxury watch buyers take center stage on “Watches Tonight” with Tim Mosso. This week’s episode sees a range of topics from speculative steel Rolex Day-Dates to Patek Philippe Nautilus pricing fairness and beyond. We open by considering whether the Rolex Day-Date should be issued in a stainless steel series; it’s been done before, but is 2019 the right year for the second coming? One watch collector and longtime Patek Philippe fan asks Tim whether Patek’s March 2018 price increase was fair to aspiring Nautilus 5711 owners, and Tim offers his perspective on Patek’s options, course of action, and whether the Geneva giant chose the best course. And speaking of the best, Tim shares his views on the best and worst luxury watch models, moments, and men of 2018 to date. Watches from Omega’s Seamaster range, the 2018 Rolex GMT-Master II, TAG Heuer’s Aston Martin partnership, and Breitling’s new Navitimer 8 collection are under the microscope as “Watches Tonight” scores the years to date in luxury watch enterprise. Award categories shine the spotlight on the best dress watch, best sports watch, most surprising luxury watch of 2018, and the best watch movement (Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpa Chronor PF 365 chronograph). Officine Panerai’s Angelo Bonati deserves a lifetime achievement award for his efforts on behalf of the Panerai Luminor, Panerai Radiomir, and the global fanbase of Paneristi collectors; Breiltins’ Navitimer 8 collection comes up short; the Ulysse Nardin Diver Deep Dive is too weird for words; Rolex powers away from the pack on the wings of its GMT-Master II “Pepsi” and company; TAG Heuer needs to put more break-in miles on its Aston Martin collection; A. Lange & Sohne needs to realize how powerful its Saxonia Thin Copper Blue can be. All of this, the best article of the week, and watch collector wrist shots on “Watches Tonight” for June 18, 2018.