My Watch Story Honoring A Sister’s Legacy Through Watches, A Speedmaster As Quarantine Companion, A Generational Patek Philippe Calatrava, And More
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Philipp Schwend And His IWC Mark XVII
In 2014, Philipp, who lives in Munich, Germany, went to a gem specialist to buy a wedding band for his future spouse. While there, he accomplished something a large number of you can likely identify with – he figured he should get something for himself. A long-lasting enthusiast of IWC pilot’s watches, he chose the Mark XVII. He values its clarity and that it’s a decent token of an exceptional time in his life.
Hush Leareng And His Tissot PRC 200
Hush is a careful specialist in Tasmania, Australia. At the point when he was 12, his sister gave him a watch, alongside a discussion on the significance of time and not squandering it. He’s well used a watch since, including this Tissot PRC 200. It is a token of the effect his sister had on him and respects her legacy.
Richard Zinman And His Grand Seiko SBGW251
A local of Westchester County, NY, Richard was 17 when he went on his first outing to Japan with his dad – igniting a long lasting enthusiasm for Japanese culture. This Grand Seiko SBGW251 commends the first Grand Seikos from 1960, which additionally turns out to be Richard’s introduction to the world year. He values its effortlessness, completing, and downplayed elegance.
Daniel Warren And His Omega Speedmaster
Daniel lives in Colombia however has been stuck in Atlanta on account of current travel limitations. He has not many effects with him, yet he has his panda dial Omega Speedmaster. He says it’s the something fun he needs to help him take a break while holding on to return home.
Dennis Mok And His Patek Philippe Ref. 3802 Calatrava
A attorney in London, Dennis is the child of watch-gathering guardians. They gave him this Patek Philippe ref. 3802 Calatrava when he turned into an attorney in the U.K. Its quality on his wrist is a token of his folks, their liberality, and the family’s common passion.
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