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Tim Mosso is back as host of YouTube’s premier luxury watch webcast! Tonight, we set aside the Internet’s obsession with Rolex and steel Patek Phlippe sports watches to reach deep into the back catalogs of Zenith (El Primero Captain Winsor Annual Calendar, Rainbow), Omega watches (Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar), TAG Heuer (Carrera MP4-12C), and Glashutte Original (Senator Diary, Vintage Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date).
Our focus tonight is on the watch world beyond Rolex, but Tim does offer a selection of insights to collectors of Geneva’s foremost watch brand. One viewer seeks help suppressing his negative associations of the ex-wife who gave him his beloved Rolex Submariner “No Date” 114060. Can the relationship between man and watch be salvaged? Tim offers guidance.
Rolex leads the line of holiday gift ideas, but not in the fashion one might expect. When giving watches for the holidays, it’s critical to keep track of boxes, papers, and accessories from the watch’s full boxed set. Often, buyers fail to collect these critical items at the point of purchase or fail to impress upon the recipient just how critical and valuable a box and papers can be. This is key when giving watches from Rolex and Patek Philippe; the latter in particular is considered “naked” without the “Certificate of Origin.”
Moreover, holiday gifting is easier when the recipient is not a watch collector or enthusiast; if trying to please a regular watch buyer, it might be best to give a shopping experience or store credit rather than attempting to shop for this discerning watch enthusiast.
Tim offers a quick insight into how viewers can find his comments under watch videos and broadcasts. Hint: Tim’s posts are signed “Tim.”
Tim offers annual calendar buying advice for a viewer who fell in love with Patek Philippe annual calendars but cannot muster Patek Philippe cash to consummate the love affair. Alternatives from Omega, TAG Heuer, and Zenith are proposed.
Finally, Tim offers his holiday wish list for the watch community as a whole. From stemming the tide of “Hublot hate” to re-imagining the relevance and roles of Baselworld and SIHH, Tim has a watch wish for every member of the YouTube enthusiast audience and the greater watch fraternity.
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