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My Watch Story Commemorating Hard Work With A Rolex, A Surf Photographer's Favorite Diver, A Doxa That Rekindled A Love Of Collecting, And More

My Watch Story Commemorating Hard Work With A Rolex, A Surf Photographer’s Favorite Diver, A Doxa That Rekindled A Love Of Collecting, And More

Welcome to the eighteenth 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 David Weisbord, Numan Rehman, Mason Ameri, Jack Shepherdson, and Fred Chen.

Feeling roused, or simply finding this venture? 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.

David Weisbord And His Doxa SUB

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David has been a watch authority for more than 20 years. Presently living in the Philippines, he chose to offer most of his assortment to help supplement his retirement. With an arrangement set up to appreciate life on a more slender assortment, David would never have anticipated the difficulties and challenges of 2020 – especially the lockdown measures in the Philippines. Baffled and incapable to leave his home, he thought about his life. “Why the hell am I denying myself pleasant watches?” he thought. As far as he might be concerned, this Doxa addresses not just the correct steel sports watch for his sea climate, but on the other hand it’s an image of enduring and moving forward.

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Numan Rehman And His Tissot PRS 516

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Numan is imparting to us his story today from Mumbai, India. He was wearing this Tissot when he got into an awful trekking mishap – and in spite of the fact that it took him four months to completely recuperate from his wounds, he credits the watch for saving his wrist from being broken. With a substitution precious stone and bezel and its development still totally flawless, the watch continues to tick and Numan is appreciative he had the Tissot on him that day.

Bricklayer Ameri And His Rolex Submariner Reference 116610LN

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Mason, an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice and Director of Special Projects at Rutgers Business School, has settled on a great deal of intense choices to seek after his fantasies –  including leaving a comfortable occupation with the Fed to seek after his PhD and become a school teacher. Through his examination and difficult work, he acquired four renowned honors. His Rolex Submariner is an approach to celebrate his accomplishments, yet additionally to recollect the excursion and life exercises he’s learned along the way.

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Jack Shepherdson And His Oris Divers Sixty-Five

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A local of Sydney, Australia, Jack skilled himself this Oris Divers Sixty-Five on his 21st birthday. He is an eager beachgoer and surf picture taker and finds that the Oris is an ideal companion for his pastimes. He adores the watch for its slimness, bronze bezel, and how flawlessly it’s maturing. In particular, notwithstanding, he can promptly peer down at his wrist and consider all the affectionate recollections he’s had while wearing it.

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Fred Chen And His Rolex Date Reference 15037

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Fred Chen, from Boston, Massachusetts, as of late headed to Atlanta to praise his dad’s 85th birthday celebration. His folks went to the U.S. in 1967 and got by on a very tight budget in the early stages of Fred’s life. That had a solid effect on Fred, and on his dad’s 50th birthday celebration, Fred’s mom talented her better half this Rolex Date. At the point when Fred moved on from clinical school in 1997, that Rolex Date was talented to him and has stayed one of his most valued belongings. It is a wellspring of pride for him, just as a token of his folks’ persistent effort – and he intends to hand the watch down to his son.

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1. Pick one watch that is uncommon to you, and get your camera telephone ready.

2. Record a video disclosing to us your generally intriguing or important tale about your watch. Suppose 2-3 minutes is the sweet spot – on the off chance that you go longer, that is OK. (What’s more, if it’s not too much trouble, make sure to present yourself: your name and where you are from.)

3. Get innovative, keep it clean, and have fun! 

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