Watch Brands That Prove You Are Deeply Into Watches (Part 2)



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As a watch enthusiast, I always have my eye out for other peoples’ watches out in the wild, and there are a few brands where you know you’re dealing with a watch nerd as soon as you see them. In this video, I’ll share even more of the brands that are an excellent indicator of watch enthusiasm and also talk about what makes the brands so appealing to our highly-specific audience. If you haven’t seen Part 1 of this two part series, check it out via the link above!

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31 comments

  1. Brands that prove you're a watch noob.
    1. Invicta
    2. Hublot
    3. Anything bought from Ali Express
    4. Anything bought from the same store you bought your underwear.

  2. Thanks for such videos. Can you please comment on watches from EPOS ? Especially the semi skeleton model – oeuvre-dart. I think it is quite unique and nice looking.

  3. Today I actually saw someone wearing a Sinn U50. I couldn't believe it but the watch is very distrinctive and hard to miss.

  4. Really enjoying Teddy’s videos, watching dozens this week! But likewise I didn’t get the TGV effect comment. If there’s a group of people who have soured to a brand because of another person that sounds like a them problem. TGV has pulled thousands into the hobby.

  5. I've been in love with watches since I begged my parents to gift me one for my Kindergarten graduation in 1966 and they reluctantly bought me a Timex Mercury from the drug store. I was definitely an odd-ball in my working class family for being a watch geek! DNA testing has revealed however that I was not switched at birth! Thanks Teddy for your work.

  6. Thanks for this, Teddy. But what about radio controlled watches? You emphasise the Reliability of the military sponsored watches (Hamilton, CWC. Vostok, et al). Generally, a mechanical or automatic watch loses as much time – in a Day – as a quartz watch does in a Month. Importantly, a radio controlled watch may lose just one second in 138,000 years. That's the claim of Tavistock & Jones watches. 'T & J' are British. They're fine traditional styled watches. Only £79.99 – and currently half price £39.99 online. I have one myself: it speaks the time and wakes me up – and self-adapts to any time zone it finds itself in. Amazing! (OK, I wouldn't use it in water. But who wants to?)

  7. You know someone is not a true watch enthusiast if they are wearing a Rolex (probably fake) or a Tag Heuer. Heuer were great but TAG ruined the brand and made them the choice of Chavs.

  8. I notice not really any Swiss ⌚ mentioned. One of these is Formex; affordable for what it offers and certified chronometer.

    ⌚ Geek,
    Rick

  9. Watching this and the previous video while waiting for him to say Damasko. The whole time? I’m wearing my Sinn.

  10. The 1962 hit film, Dr No, not only introduced the world to James Bond, it introduced the rest of the world to Rolex. July 20th, 1969… the Moon Landing introduced the rest of the world to the Omega Speedmaster. And, Aviation Enthusiasts introduced the rest of the world to Breitling~!

  11. I have a well maintained 1959 Jeager le Coulter automatic and a Brietling Chronogragh and thought I was into watches. Obviously not knowing about other lesser known brands makes me not into watches. Strange

  12. DOXA Sub! Saw it once on NYC metro, he was wearing Divingtar, I got my Pro. Before he got off, he looked at me lift up left arm give it a shake and wink at me. I pointed mine and gave a thumb up with a nod. That was kinda funny.

  13. It's a little strange to me how often people talk about the "heritage" or "history" of German military watch brands without any mention of what that actually means

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