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My Watch Story A Father's Rolex GMT-Master II, A Seiko As Travel Companion, A Hard-Earned Zenith, And More

My Watch Story A Father’s Rolex GMT-Master II, A Seiko As Travel Companion, A Hard-Earned Zenith, 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 Matt Kang, Tristan Berghaus, Jared Quiza, Alexander Woellwarth, and William Aguila.

Feeling enlivened, or simply finding this task? If it’s not too much trouble, look down to the lower part of the page to figure out how to present your own video. Above all, we trust you appreciate this portion of My Watch Story.

Matt Kang And His Seiko Diver

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Matt works in video creation in San Francisco. Following a year at work, he chose to compensate himself with something decent: this Seiko Diver. He wore it constantly –  hiking, voyaging, swimming, skating – particularly appreciating how extreme it is. Today, it doesn’t get as much wrist time, however it is a decent token of his initial days in San Francisco, individuals he’s met at work, and what it took to make it in his career.

@mkang12

Tristan Berghaus And His Zenith Captain Moonphase

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Tristan, from Cologne, Germany, first got into watches when he interned at an AD at 14 years old. After five years, after he had the option to assemble a minimal expenditure, he went to a seller to get himself a watch. Subsequent to examining what he needed, the seller drew out a Zenith Captain Moonphase, however it was out of Tristan’s value range. A couple of months after the fact, he discovered one on eBay, acquired some cash from a companion, and won this watch at auction.

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Jared Quiza And His Seiko Flightmaster Chronograph

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Jared, who lives in Brooklyn, gotten this Seiko from his dad when he moved on from school. Not exclusively was it was on his wrist when he and his significant other ventured to the far corners of the planet before long, yet it was additionally the watch that got him into horology. Today, he stamps life accomplishments with watches – particularly Seikos – yet says no watch will be a remarkable same as the one that accompanied him on those post-school travels.

Alexander Woellwarth And His Omega Seamaster Diver 300M

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As a youngster, Alexander, who is from Germany, was a major fanatic of James Bond –  especially Pierce Brosnan and his Omega Seamaster Diver 300M. At the point when he began working in 2016, he had the option to purchase the watch, and he affectionately did as such at the Omega shop in Nice. Afterward, he would offer it to his closest companion and get this more current model – and the Seamaster Diver will consistently be an uncommon token of his initial success.

@awoel

William Aguila And His Father's Rolex GMT-Master II

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Will’s dad purchased this Rolex GMT-Master II in 1996, soon after Will was conceived. Today, the London local loves that the watch is on his dad’s wrist in early photographs of the two –  and that he had the opportunity to wear it during his graduation in 2018. It’s propelled him to get familiar with watches –  a measure that he’s altogether enjoying.

@WilliamAguilaII

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