What Makes Her Tick: Four Watches For Women

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What Makes Her Tick: Four Watches For Women

Post by koimaster » April 6th 2016, 9:16am

Diamonds are not every girl’s best friend. Some prefer watches. On this day, International Women’s Day, we asked our good friend, independent watchmaker Fiona Kruger, to tackle one of the most sensitive subjects in the watchmaking industry: ladies’ watches.

An independent watchmaker with a fierce sense of design – her Skull and Petit Skull watches address the oldest theme in watchmaking in a totally innovative way – Kruger picks out four very different watches and tells us why they appeal to her, as a woman, and more importantly, as a watchmaker.

A limited edition of 999 pieces, the Hamilton Flintridge Lady Auto offers exclusivity and serious watchmaking chops at an affordable price. Presented in 2014, this hunter-style wristwatch houses a self-winding movement, and borrows traditional motifs such as the sunray for decorative purposes.

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Re: What Makes Her Tick: Four Watches For Women

Post by foghorn » April 6th 2016, 4:08pm

My wife is happy with the Citizen Eco drive I got her years ago. The only watch she wears. I envy her.

If I were to buy her that MB&F she call me a perv and kick me in the nuts. And I would deserve it.
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