H10 The Green Room Interviews: What Makes A Great Watch?
Omega Speedmaster. Patek Philippe Nautilus. Rolex Daytona. It’s not difficult to say that every one of these is a “extraordinary” watch – and we don’t simply mean a decent watch, but instead something ageless and persevering. Something extraordinary. What’s more hard to decide is actually why every one of these watches is however incredible as it seems to be. What are the characteristics of a really extraordinary watch?
During the HODINKEE 10th Anniversary Weekend last December, we asked our specialists and mediators to plunk down and respond to a couple of inquiries after they’d left the principle stage. The present inquiry? You got it: What makes an extraordinary watch? For a few, it’s about the story behind a specific watch. For other people, extent and dial configuration mean the world. Look at what the remainder of our respondents needed to say, and tell us what you think makes an incredible watch in the comments below.
(Also, make certain to look at their reactions to our first inquiry: What was the primary watch that affected you? )