If you want something tangibly made by a human being, you'll look elsewhere. If we elevate industrial production prowess and manufacturing consistency to higher esteem than imperfect but clearly handcrafted results, then we reopen the fundamental question
Noticed different types of shock protection systems in my watches. Very important little component. Upper left - Incabloc on Lange Datograph Up/Down Lower left - KIF on Habring Erwin Upper right - Seiko Diashock on Grand Seiko sbgw231 Lower right - Duofix
Checking out the IWC split (Richard Habring concept) Paying attention out of courtesy Attention span exhausted 10 sec later; ears still on duty Hears/sees mom coming up the walk to the porch Waiting for front door to open Crisis resolved goes to back door
Over the past couple of days, I posted several threads of my timepieces categorized by - Tourbillon - Perpetual Calendars - Chronographs - Travler/GMT - Moon phases - Power Reserve Here are the rest of my watches: For the purpose of this post, 'Time Only'
. . . for many years. I missed including her entirely, for which I've no excuse, especially as she was seated right next to me. She brought one watch, this Habring . . . . . . to the gathering last Saturday. Well-known to this community, not to mention a