My Watch Story A New Video Series, Starring You
Ever needed to create, direct, and star in your own watch video, and be highlighted on HODINKEE? Indeed, here’s your possibility. Since Watch Madness is finished, we needed to keep the narrating soul of Talking Watches going, however this time, we’re placing the ball in your court. We’re surrendering the receivers and cameras to you, our cherished perusers, for an opportunity to be included on the site in another video arrangement we’re calling “My Watch Story.“
We realize you have a story to tell. Perhaps it’s a watch passed on from a relative; possibly it’s a watch purchased to commemorate a lifelong accomplishment; or perhaps it’s a watch that accompanied you on an extraordinary experience – whatever your story, we need to hear it.
Here's How It Works
1. Pick one watch that is extremely extraordinary to you, and get your camera telephone ready.
2. Record a video revealing to us your generally intriguing or significant anecdote about your watch. Suppose 2-3 minutes is the sweet spot – in the event that you go longer, that is OK. (Also, kindly make sure to present yourself: your name and where you are from.)
3. Get innovative, keep it clean, and have fun!
4. Take some photographs on the wrist and a couple of shots of the watch with the goal that we can gladly show them on our site. Level, please.
5. To share your video and photographs, you can either A) transfer here ; or B) transfer to YouTube or your favored huge document move support and send a connection, and your photographs, to email@example.com .
And that is it!
Each week we’ll share a couple of our number one entries with you. Up to that point, three HODINKEE colleagues are here to kick things off:
From A Homemade Apple Watch To A Swatch
We the entire go gaga for observes in an unexpected way, and for many individuals, it begins with an exemplary Mickey Mouse watch. For Davey, that Mickey Mouse watch was the same amount of an approach to tune in to a John Coltrane or Mobb Deep collection as it was a conventional timekeeping gadget. Being another watch gatherer implies you actually recall the second when the mechanical world initially entranced you. So when Davey previously saw the rear of the Swatch Sistem 51, he was in. After a couple of career expos and numerous video projects, it’s protected to say that Mickey is getting more pocket time than wrist time these days.
A Rolex 5513 Found On The Beach
Chelsea is an activities trained professional and the agreeable face you see when you enter the HODINKEE workplaces. She’s never shy of a decent story, and probably the best one is about how her grandma found a Rolex Submariner ref. 5513 appeared on the shores of Aruba while traveling. With a tad of delicate love and care, the watch has discovered its new home, safely secured to Chelsea’s wrist.
An Omega Speedmaster From Grandpa (That's Always A Good Thing)
If vintage watches are the thing you’re searching for, Brandon Frazin is your man. His advantage in watches began ahead of schedule with a Speedmaster ref. 145022 that was given over to him by his granddad. Its an obvious fact that a watch from your granddad can be a truly fortunate thing – and if it’s an Omega, considerably more fortunate. As the chief of vintage watches at the HODINKEE Shop, no detail is left unexamined with Brandon, however even he realizes that the best watches come with an incredible story.
We anticipate hearing your stories!