My Watch Story Finding Inspiration In A Vacheron Constantin, A Cuban Immigrant’s Seiko, An Uncle’s Rolex, 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 presented by Paul Jones, Abdusalaam Hussein Soud, Alexander Delgado, Paul Guyot, and Stephen Damico.
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Paul Jones And His Rolex GMT-Master
Paul, a lawyer in Dallas, TX, was given this Rolex GMT-Master by his uncle when he moved on from graduate school. His uncle was a Green Beret in Vietnam, and he purchased the reference 1675 in Hong Kong for $150 in 1969. It actually has the first wristband, and conveys a great deal of significance for Paul.
Abdusalaam Hussein Soud And His Swatch Chronograph
Abdusalaam, from Nairobi, Kenya, got this Swatch chronograph in 2014, when he was in school. In the years since, he’s lost it, discovered it once more, and afterward nearly lost it again during a strike at his school. He was blessed to get it back, and today, it goes on as his every day wear.
Alexander Delgado And His Seiko Kinetic
Alexander’s Seiko Kinetic was recently possessed by his granddad, a Cuban migrant who went to the U.S. in 1967. The watch was talented to his granddad in the wake of laboring for a very long time as an administrator in the Bronx. Today, when Alexander takes a gander at the watch, he thinks about his grandfather.
Paul Guyot And His Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph
Paul is a screenwriter from St. Louis, MO. His watch is really an image of a Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph he used to possess. He got it after his first enormous network show, however needed to sell it when he experienced some troublesome occasions expertly. He says the image fills in as inspiration to discover the accomplishment to have the option to buy the watch again.
Stephen Damico And His Rolex Datejust Turn-O-Graph Thunderbird
Stephen, who is from League City, TX, is the glad proprietor of a Rolex Datejust Turn-O-Graph Thunderbird. At the point when Stephen was a youngster, his dad, Master Sergeant James Damico, took Stephen to airshows, where they would see the Thunderbirds. Stephen needed a watch that helped him to remember his dad – and had it engraved with one of his dad’s number one truisms: “Work Smarter, Never Quit.”
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