Radio Episode 82: Edouard Meylan & Fantasy Draft Results
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A few weeks back we facilitated our second-historically speaking watch assortment dream draft . We asked four editors (counting me) to amass their optimal assortment of five looks for under $10,000, and the outcomes came out extraordinary. Truly, I’d be glad claiming any of the four assortments we concocted. We at that point requested that all of you vote on the victor – and today we have your outcomes. I’m not going to ruin it for you – you’ll simply need to tune in to see who came in first and who came in fourth. The outcomes certainly don’t disillusion. While I had Cole, James, and Jon in the studio, we additionally talked about watches that we wish we’d drafted, what picks we’d trade with each other, and a ton more.
After that, we have my discussion with Edouard Meylan, the CEO of free watchmaker H. Moser . Moser is a brand that I’ve been following for quite a while, and I’ve generally appreciated visiting with Edouard. He in a real sense experienced childhood in the watch business and has extraordinary point of view on how it has developed and advanced. He’s been in charge of Moser since 2013, and from that point forward, free watchmaking has detonated. We get into why that is, the thing that autonomous watchmaking brings to the table, and how he’s cut out a specialty for Moser in a packed market. We additionally talk about this person (we needed to, right?).
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Just a couple of hours before Edouard and I plunked down, H. Moser dropped another triplet of restricted version watches. Each is a minor departure from the Endeavor Tourbillon Concept with a Funky Blue fumé dial, and Edouard was brandishing the rose-gold variant. This is a watch that combines a large number of the things Moser has become known for across the board watch. You have one of those sunburst fumé dials, and in the mark splendid Funky Blue shading no less; you have no markers or logos to talk about, which is the thing that Moser calls its “Idea” watches; and you have a flying tourbillon that utilizes Moser’s own twofold hairspring. It’s a moderate interpretation of a maximalist watch, and I’m absolutely there for it.
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