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Watch enthusiasts like to refer to the timepiece of their dreams as their grail. It signifies a quest for the perfect piece, and also serves to highlight certain models. They share their list of grails with other enthusiasts, dreaming of finding them someday.
As we hunt for our own grails, we decided to share what we found with our friends. This is what Grail Watch is all about: We’re constantly on the watch for grails, whether our own or yours. Join us in the quest!
Read this Wrist Times profile of SFoskett, founder of Grail Watch!
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As we research watches, movements, and horology we produce our own reference material. This is listed below.
Please note that this data is based on public sources. Although we try to be careful to be as accurate as possible, it is likely that there are some errors included. Please take this with a grain of salt. We welcome your contributions!
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With the lilt of Irish laughter
Every day and in every way
Now forever and ever after."