My Watch Story The Perfect Jaeger-LeCoultre Graduation Watch, A Lifesaving Omega Pocket Watch, A Grandfather’s Rolex Date, And More
Welcome to the seventeenth 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 Troy McHenry, Pratik Karmiani, Lucy Kahn, Dave Villaroman, and Sondre Laurila.
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Troy McHenry And His Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Squadra Hometime
As a youngster, Troy McHenry from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was a major enthusiast of the TV show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous with Robin Leach. Through that program, he unearthed an advertisement for the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso and promptly got fascinated with its novel case. He cherishes that his JLC Reverso Squadra Hometime is an extraordinary travel watch, and his appreciation for the brand has just become over the years.
Pratik Karmiani And His Seiko SNK809
Pratik works at a venture bank in Mumbai, India, and offers the tale of the main watch he bought toward the start of his profession – the Seiko SNK809. Throughout the long term, it’s been with him any place he’s traveled. On a new outing to Vietnam, he succumbed to certain pickpockets – yet luckily he was not do any harm, and the watch was spared.
Lucy Kahn And Her Jaeger-LeCoultre Ultra Thin Reserve De Marche
Lucy, who lives in New York City, gotten her Jaeger-LeCoultre Ultra Thin Reserve de Marche as a secondary school graduation present from her dad. She adores this model for its case size, power-save pointer, schedule – and particularly the show caseback. She has brandished the watch on her wrist consistently since getting it.
Dave Villaroman And His Rolex Date
Dave is situated in Singapore, yet he’s initially from the Philippines. In 2011, Dave got this Rolex from his granddad as a present for the entirety of his diligent effort and for graduating with distinction, and he has worn the watch during the entirety of his critical life achievements. It’s an image of the entirety of the recollections his granddad had with the watch and the entirety of the qualities he’s imparted in his grandchildren.
Sondre Laurila And His Omega Pocket Watch
In the last story today, Sondre Laurila from Tromsø, Norway, relates how this Omega pocket watch saved the existences of his extraordinary granddad and his group when they were fishing in the Barents Sea. Confronting extraordinary climate conditions and a weak motor, the team required an approach to fix a flawed gasket that precluded the boat from beginning – and inexplicably, the watch acted the hero. After sixty years, Sondre can recount the tale of his incredible granddad’s watch, and he’s pleased to say that the watch is still ticking.
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