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My Watch Story A Celebratory Tudor Black Bay GMT, An Engineer's Appreciation For G-Shock, A Father's Seiko 6105, And More

My Watch Story A Celebratory Tudor Black Bay GMT, An Engineer’s Appreciation For G-Shock, A Father’s Seiko 6105, And More

Welcome to another portion of ” My Watch Story ,” a video arrangement featuring HODINKEE perusers and their most valued watches. The entries keep on gushing in, and we were unable to be more joyful to impart them to the watch community. Today, we have five new stories presented by Abhilash Keluth, Jayson de Castro, Elliott Field, Arvind Kalipersad, and Paolo Esguerra.

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Abhilash Keluth And His Casio MRW-200H

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Seventeen-year-old Abhilash lives in Doha, Qatar. He got this Casio when he was in the 10th grade and required something to monitor time during tests. At first, it was only an instrument to him, yet he has developed to value its plan –  and to value watches when all is said in done. It’s right now the solitary watch in his assortment, however he trusts that will change when he has the means.

Jayson de Castro And His Omega Speedmaster Mark II

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Jayson’s watch reviews when he conquered his feelings of trepidation and went on an outing –  a stumble on which he wound up discovering his Omega Speedmaster. At the point when he sees it today, it advises him that there is dread in the obscure, and that you need to marshal the mental fortitude to push ahead. That certainty that the Speedmaster addresses drove him to as of late build up another inventive outlet.

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Elliott Field And His Seiko 6105

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Elliott is from Saskatchewan, Canada, and his most valued belonging is this Seiko 6105. At the point when his dad was a young person in Australia, his auntie was going to Singapore and inquired as to whether he needed a keepsake; he mentioned a jump watch and wound up with this piece. Elliott discovered it when he was 13, had it repaired five years after the fact, and offered it to his dad for Father’s Day. Soon after, it was talented back to Elliott.

Arvind Kalipersad And His Casio G-Shock DW5600

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Arvind, who is from Trinidad and Tobago, begun to see the watches his dad wore when he was only six years of age –  and has been into observes from that point forward. He built up a specific appreciation for the Casio G-Shock DW5600, and keeping in mind that at college, he had the option to set aside and get this piece. It’s been with him from that point onward – from procuring his Master’s Degree to advancing in his profession as an engineer.

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Paolo Esguerra And His Tudor Black Bay GMT

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Originally from the Philippines, Paolo is a medical caretaker in Georgia. He’s constantly been into watches, yet was always unable to bear the cost of them. In the wake of completing his Master’s Degree in Nursing, he had the chance to come to the U.S. – and he praised that with this Tudor Black Bay GMT. He says the watch is evidence that difficult work truly pays off.

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