Yema Flygraf Pilot M1 Field Watch

I’m a simple man. Beluga caviar on a blini with some sour cream and I’m good to go. Failing that, a table water cracker, fromage D’Affinois and some strawberries. That’s my way of saying you don’t have to spend a fortune to buy a distinctive timepiece. But you do have to step outside of the mainstream. Case in point: the Yema Flygraf Pilot M1 Field Watch . . .

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Timex Easy Reader Review

The Timex Easy Reader asks a question: do you remember your first watch? Not the first good one, nor the first one you bought. Your first ever timepiece. I was around seven years old. It was a little silver-colored case analog with a white dial and a black “genuine leather” band. A gift from my grandmother. It wasn’t heirloom quality, and almost certainly bought from a department store . . .

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The Right Watch for the Right Occasion

“Every man should have a variety of designer watches in his repertoire,” luxurylifestylemag.co.uk advises, “but if you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered.” The website offers readers their idea of the “right watch” for a business meeting, beach holiday, first date and family occasion. Post-COVID, I presume. Here are LLM’s mostly whacked-out recommendations and my entirely sensible alternatives . . .

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