Watches from Other EU countries
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If their Instagram page us to be believed, the guys at Nezumi Studios are usually very busy hooning around Stockholm on motorcycles or in Porsches. Every so often, they take a break to create a new affordable, vintage-inspired watch. I’m glad they do because it gives us gems like the Lowes, a mid-sized, VK64 MechaQuartz chronograph. They gave me a panda-dial Ref. LQ1.101 and it didn’t take me long to fall under its spell.http://www.thetimebum.com/2018/10/nezum ... ime+Bum%29
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I'm certainly glad they decluttered the dial but managed to leave the completely useless 24 hour dial.
I find tv watches to be like the guys who raise their truck you need a fricken ladder to get in. It’s a attempt to look cool... that’s all.
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Fucking reviewer should find another hobby if he can't even spell the name of the watch correctly.
LOEWS like the cinema not LOWES like the store. He did it 6 times! It's printed right on the dial!
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