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Luxury is the preserve of the fortunate. When purchasing a luxury product we demonstrate that we can already afford life’s essentials such as safe housing, food and essential clothing. In terms of luxury, nobody needs to drive a performance car, purchase a designer handbag, quaff vintage Champagne, eat caviar or wear a high-end watch with a six-figure price tag. These latter indulgences are limited to those people blessed with choices.
While luxury often represents excellence, fine materials and craftsmanship, it remains an esoteric pleasure, available to just a small percentage of the world’s population. And yet, as an industry it consumes a disproportionate volume of natural resources.
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I like everything about this watch apart from the strap, case, and 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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The pale blue color dial is...ok. That font and everything else, a resounding NO!
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