Discovering the hidden treasures of the Orient

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Discovering the hidden treasures of the Orient

Post by koimaster » January 30th 2018, 10:17am

Daytona, Speed, Sub, and other GMT Master: without wanting to spit in the soup, admit that sometimes, all these CHI can tire a little. Take your time, that's good. But sometimes we would like to have something concrete and more accessible to put in the tooth, right away.

And if like me, you are constantly looking for new horizons to wake up or spice up your watchmaking libido: here are some watches from Asia that are often passed under the radar of collectors (mine anyway) and that in the current times , deserve many more considerations.

So yes, I see it at the bottom, there, who are already grimacing. "Not expensive enough, son" ? tributes too strong? Wait to see anyway, maybe you will change your mind after this post. This week, in the section "Chic and Cheap", we reveal some hidden treasures of the Orient ...

Japanese design from the 50s and 60s has often been criticized for lacking originality and for being too inspired by successful European models. Take for example the Datsun 240Z . The tribute to the mythical models is more or less assumed, but there is indeed a little bit of everything in this car: Type E, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo ... ... e-lorient/

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