My Watch Story Getting Married In A Vintage Vacheron, An Anniversary Zenith Type 20, A Father’s Rolex Explorer II, And More
Welcome to the sixteenth 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 put together by Garrett Kinsman, Doug Morton, Holger Henning, Riyad Seervai, and Mark Friedman.
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Garrett Kinsman And His Grand Seiko Spring Drive Chronograph
Garrett, who is from San Francisco, was in London a year ago for certain gatherings. While there, he perused a couple of watch stores, yet it was a Spring Drive Chronograph at the Grand Seiko shop that got his attention. As somebody who works in tech, he was taken by the complexity of the Spring Drive development, and not long after got a utilized version.
Doug Morton And His Zenith Pilot Montre D’Aeronef Type 20 Annual Calendar
Originally from Scotland, Doug lives in Norwich, England. He got hitched in 1990, and in 2015, he and his better half went on an outing to New York City, where he purchased this Zenith Type 20 to commemorate their 25th wedding commemoration. After five years, Doug recorded this video on their 30th wedding anniversary.
Holger Henning And His Fortis Flieger Chronograph
Holger, who is from Germany, purchased this Fortis in 2003 to celebrate completing Architecture school. While he’s proceeded to gather a portion of the more costly watches he’s for some time wanted, this Fortis actually gets a great deal of time on his wrist. He anticipates passing it down to his son.
Riyad Seervai And His Vacheron Constantin 6394Q
Originally from Bombay, India, Riyad as of now lives in Houston, Texas. He got hitched a year ago, and when his folks asked what he’d like for his wedding, he mentioned a mechanical watch. His dad’s companion, an enthusiastic authority, recommended a vintage dress watch, and Riyad wound up with this yellow gold Vacheron 6394Q with silk dial.
Imprint Friedman And His Rolex Explorer II
When Mark’s dad resigned in 1999, he chose he needed a Rolex, so Mark discovered him this Explorer II on eBay. When it showed up, his dad was astonished that the dial was not unadulterated white – and Mark, when he asked at Wanna Buy A Watch? in his old neighborhood of Los Angeles, discovered that this was on the grounds that the polish had blurred over the long haul. Eventually, his dad chose to keep it, and when he spent away eight years back, he left the watch to Mark.
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