Despite the abundance of free information available on the internet, handsome, well produced tomes replete with detail and sentiment still have a place in the watch collector’s library. There’s something about the tactility of a printed page that can’t be replicated in the depths of the Omega Forums (especially considering that most written exchanges on the Omega Forums consist of people accusing one another of idiocy and poor taste).
But I digress. More to the point, if you don’t have a copy of Matt Hranek’s “A Man and His Watch” on your shelf, you are doing yourself a disservice. The book is a compendium of personal stories involving, well, Men and their Watches, and many are downright fascinating (Stallone’s gold Rolex GMT Master, anyone?). This is your chance to pick up a copy on Amazon for 33% off, for a total of just $24.
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