My Watch Story Commemorating A Trip To Japan With A Vintage Seiko, A Pianist’s Unique Anordain, Fulfilling The Rolex Dream, And More
Each and each Wednesday, we present a new 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 Noor Rizvi, Steve Holness, Thabo Chiloane, Mark Rawlins, and Richard Pickup.
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Noor Rizvi And His F.P. Journe Elegante 48
Noor, who is from Islamabad, Pakistan, purchased this titanium F.P. Journe a couple of years back in Los Angeles while rejoining with an old companion. He’s constantly been captivated by the brand – and this is the one watch that hypnotizes his child, who he expectations will one day share his energy for watches.
Steve Holness And His Anordain Model 1
Steve is a musician from London who’s played with any semblance of Adele and Amy Winehouse. His Anordain is one of eight of the restricted release “Run Out” model from the autonomous Glasgow-based watchmaker. At the point when he thought that it was hard to tell the time in front of an audience, he considered sending it back – but Anordain offered to lume the hands for him, making a genuinely extraordinary piece.
Thabo Chiloane And His Rolex Datejust
As a high schooler in South Africa, Thabo longed for possessing a Rolex one day. After college, he had the option to do precisely that, and this Datejust ref. 1601 has been his regular watch from that point forward. He values its gentility, heartiness, and accuracy.
Imprint Rawlins And His Atelier De Chronométrie
Mark originally read about Atelier de Chronométrie on HODINKEE and got captivated by their watches. The Barcelona-based free watchmaker creates a modest bunch of pieces a year, using Omega 266 developments. Imprint has likewise consistently needed to plan his own watch – and working with Atelier de Chronométrie, he’s made four watches, each with an alternate dial tone, for himself and his three siblings, complete with engraved dates that honor their parents.
Richard Pickup And His Seiko 6139
Richard, a last year understudy at the University of Cambridge, went on a family outing to Japan during a year ago’s Rugby World Cup. At that point, he was simply getting into watches and discovered this Seiko at a vintage shop in Osaka. Each time he sees it, he’s helped to remember that family trip.
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