The Last Watch I'll Ever Need


You guys might remember a post I did back in October in which I collaborated with the Swiss watchmaker Louis Moinet. That post was a lot of fun for me to write, as I am a big fan of watches, and in particular a fan of the artistry and history that goes into high-end watchmaking.

To my great delight, the powers that be behind the Louis Moinet brand enjoyed my post almost as much as I enjoyed writing it, and sent me one of their 20-Second Tempograph watches. This is far and away the coolest thing that has ever graced my wrist, and has relegated all of my other watches in my watch box to a corner, where they are all currently grouped together, whispering and staring at this new arrival with the sense of awe-stricken jealous inadequacy that one usually reserves for those times when one is in the company of an Olympic athlete, or a perhaps a Nobel laureate.

If you want To view the original post with a little background of the Louis Moinet company, you can click here to revisit the original post. 





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  1. Lucky girl-that is a gorgeous watch! More a piece of art!

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  2. Your new watch is stunning. I've never been to Switzerland, but I've been to Germany multiple times, and cannot pass by the store front windows at all of the jewelry stores to stare at the jewelry and watches. Congratulations on being the lucky recipient of such a lovely masterpiece. :-)
    Cynthia

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  3. Your article on the watch was really fun (and informative) to read. So glad the company took notice and rewarded you! It's lovely.

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  4. Boy that is a clean looking watch for sure.

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  5. Time and time again I keep returning to your log to stare (drool) over your gorgeous watch. It's such an elegant balance of art and mechanics. Serious watch envy. :-) Congratulations again.
    Cynthia

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