My Watch Story The Joy Of Assembling Your Own Watch, Getting The New Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, A Wedding Anniversary Watch Tradition, 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 Eduardo Fonseca, Christoph Lentsch, Elias Gharios, Aure Delgado, and Tyler Case.
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Eduardo Fonseca And His Patek Philippe Aquanaut Travel Time
Eduardo and his better half, who are from Portugal, have a yearly convention of purchasing two watches on their wedding commemoration. A year ago was their 18th commemoration, and they chose to get their initial two Patek Philippes. In the wake of sitting tight for a couple of months, Eduardo had the option to score this Travel Time, which he wears practically every day. Also, on account of his positive involvement in the brand, he’s currently considering his second Patek.
Christoph Lentsch And His Ro&Ro Watch
Christoph is a cruiser columnist situated in Eisenstadt, Austria. While different watches in his assortment hold incredible recollections, (for example, meeting our Ben Clymer at Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este), this watch is exceptionally unique since he collected it himself in a watch workshop with Ro&Ro (Roman and Robert) about 10 years prior. He affectionately recollects the inclination when he gathered the development and the watch woke up – an interaction that truly caused him to value the specialty of watchmaking.
Elias Gharios And His Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 'Navy Blue'
A local of Boston, Elias got the new Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight on the day it came out, July 1. All things considered, his significant other got it for him, working despite his good faith with the neighborhood AD so she could astound him with the watch. She was anticipating sitting tight for their wedding, which is occurring one year from now – however knowing his energy, she couldn’t wait.
Aure Delgado And His 1970s Aureole Watch
Originally from Venezuela and at present living in Los Angeles, Aure purchased this Aureole on eBay in 2014 – after getting into watches by means of HODINKEE. Of the recollections it holds, the most substantial is a scratch on the gem procured at a Wiz Khalifa show when Aure was going to Bradley University. He desires to offer it to his youngster sometime in the future – who he anticipates naming Aure.
Tyler Case And His Rolex Yacht-Master Ref. 116622
Tyler is an entertainer/maker living in Los Angeles. This Yacht-Master is his first programmed watch, which he purchased for his 24th birthday celebration. He’d found its reality during a visit through Europe – and expeditiously went to the Rolex store in Milan, where he quickly began to look all starry eyed at it. He says it helps him to remember constantly he spent on the water as a child – and not to take life too seriously.
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