- Jan 18, 2015
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A little reading while we wait for the duck to finish in the sous vide.
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thanks man,@sinnedk, I think it's important that a watch complements your aesthetic - I think your Submariner does this.
If I wore artisanal streetwear, I'd lean in to it and consider an Octo Finissimo, particularly one of the more avantgarde renditions, a Classic Fusion, or a Defy.
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A Tank, a Santos Dumont, or a Crash could work in a "high meets low" kind of way.
They are a well known player in the preowned watch scene outside of Boston. No worries there.
You should definitely try the watches on to see how they look and feel in person. Photos do not do them justice. From what I have heard the Santos (Santos de Cartier) in steel with ADLC model and the steel blue dial model have been tougher to obtain at ADs in recent months. Its possible that Cartier is shifting more of the supply of those watches to their boutiques (but no confirmation of that as of yet). I have not heard about their being any difficulty obtaining the chronograph Pasha or Santos. The bracelets on the Pasha and Santos are really nicely designed and have the Quickswitch system and Smart Link design so you can easily change between strap and bracelet with a button, and you can size the bracelets just be pressing a button also.cool good to know.
are most of their watches pretty easy to come by?
They have a very good reputation. They've been in the same location for over 20 years, and I have friends who have purchased from them and they have all be very happy with the watches and the experience they had with EWC.