My Watch Story Appreciating The Rolex Explorer, A Father’s Omega Seamaster, Making Memories With A Seiko, 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 spilling in, and we were unable to be more joyful to impart them to the watch community. Today, we have five new stories put together by Shashi Baltutis, Michael Berrios, Edgard Ngono, Michael Indig, and Suprotik Das.
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Shashi Baltutis And His Tudor Oyster
Shashi, from Adelaide, Australia, first saw his dad’s 1980s Tudor Oyster when he was a young person. At the point when Shashi got intrigued by watches, his dad said, “In the event that you can fix it, you can keep it” – and Shashi sent it off for fix. He got it back just before an important outing abroad, and in spite of the fact that it wasn’t keeping incredible time, it comforted him in his travels.
Michael Berrios And His 1950s Royce Watch
This 1950s Royce in the long run wound up in Charlotte, NC-local Michael’s hands after it was rescued from a garbage box after a crosscountry move. It had a place with his incredible granddad – and in exploring it, Michael found the online watch community, yet additionally began to feel nearer to his extraordinary granddad, a man he never met.
Edgard Ngono And His Rolex Explorer
Edgard, an alumni understudy presently living in New Hampshire, skilled this Rolex Explorer to himself for his 30th birthday celebration. He went into the store needing a Cartier Tank – yet this Explorer got his attention, and the salesman disclosed to him he wouldn’t think twice about it. While he’s bought a couple of different pieces since, he actually wears this the most – and he desires to give it to a youngster someday.
Michael Indig And His Omega Seamaster
Michael, who lives in Brooklyn, NY, is fixated on his Omega Seamaster. It was given to him by his dad for his 19th birthday celebration, and he recollects, as a youngster, seeing his dad wear the watch constantly. Today, when he’s not wearing it, he says he has an inclination that he’s undermining it.
Suprotik Das And His Seiko Quartz
Suprotik, who is from India, wears the Seiko quartz watch that had a place with his granddad. While he thinks minimal about it, he values its adaptability – having worn it on his movements and during significant individual and expert occasions. His granddad imbued in him that it’s considerably more than a watch – and in that vein, he anticipates gaining more experiences with it on his wrist.
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