The Painstaking Art of Making a Luxury Watch

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Re: The Painstaking Art of Making a Luxury Watch

Post by Hawk » May 5th 2018, 9:36am

Not bad for a Citizen.

I suppose it's only a matter of time before some self-appointed watch critic downgrades Arnold and La joux Perret simply due to Japanese ownership. I look forward to it and have a speech prepared.
And the fact I'm still living rent free in his head makes me grin and giggle.
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Re: The Painstaking Art of Making a Luxury Watch

Post by TemerityB » May 5th 2018, 5:47pm

All I know is that the day I got to watch a watchmaker take apart, fix, and put back together an automatic watch - all while letting me stand there and ask questions that must've sounded pretty inane to him - was the day I became a wristwatch hobbyist for life.
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