I referred to this new view as appearing “familiar”. I really don’t make use of the phrase to mean it lacks originality, really the contrary, this watch features considerably innovation. I describe this view as getting a “reassuring familiarity”, comparable to a favourite foods, a preferred holiday destination or even a at ease pair of footwear. It just feels appropriate, sitting properly at ease around the wrist. I have a profound appreciate for this model and I suspect this will endure for a lot of decades to come.
Hey watch readers and listeners. The HourTime podcast episode 2 is up. We are slowly polishing the show, and I am confident that it is getting better all the time! Please read my little disclaimer in the post (you’ll see it after you click on the link) – it relates to one of the topics we discussed. Enjoy!
Check out the HourTime podcast episode 2 at HourTimeShow.com.
In this episode, we talk about the lawsuit involving F.P. Journe and Jaquet Droz. Rogue Warrior the “real deal” rugged watches are discussed, as well as military watches and their role in military history in general.
Everyone wants to know, “Why are watches so expensive?” We talk about justified and not-so-justified reasons: materials, marketing, movements and what good value means in a watch. We also get into handing watches down to the next generation a little bit and we talk about a few of our favorite watches of the moment, including the Orange Monster.
Direct Download/Stream here.