Sunday Rewind Delve Deeply Into The ‘Dirty Dozen’
Following the arrival of “The Long Return Part II,” we figured it very well may be enjoyable to investigate a top to bottom piece about the “Filthy Dozen” watches that were utilized in World War II by means of a commission from the British Ministry of Defense. On the off chance that you like your watches vintage, hard core, and consistently on a NATO, you will adore the full story on these cool military instrument watches.
Originally created by HODINKEE alum Arthur Touchot just about four years back, this piece separates the war-time need for a solid watch and the 12 brands that ventured up to fill the interest. From legacy brands like Buren and Grana to current players like Omega, Longines, IWC, and JLC, the tradition of the W.W.W. is one for the ages, and these watches remain prominently collectible and intelligent of a period since a long time ago passed.
Click here to peruse: “In-Depth: The ‘Filthy Dozen’, An Incredible Collection Of 12 (Mostly) Inexpensive Military Watches”.