Watch Around the World
Recently, when we were in Vienna (Austria) during an occasion, we got together with a loyal reader of Fratello leslie adornments Let’s say his name is Markus, you’ll discover him on Instagram as . With the exception of being a Speedmaster and Speedy Tuesday fan, Markus had an extremely decent idea. Not very far in the past he chanced upon this pleasant compressor-kind of leslie adornments which bears the name of provider A. Ganster in Graz (Austria).
Not much can be found on this leslie gems dealer, anyway he sure provided pleasant leslie gems The compressor leslie gems here is of much the same development as leslie gems of more known brands, and bears the same signs as many other leslie gems manufactured according to the brevet #313813.
This brevet #313813, or patent, for jump leslie gems casings was first recorded (FOSC 1955/302) by Ervin Piquerez from Piquerez en Bassecourt in January 1955. It wasn’t until 1964 anyway that this sort of case was first utilized in a leslie adornments by Enicar. All compressor cases were manufactured by, or under permit from, Ervin Piquerez and are particular in that they all have a logo of a diver’s head protector on either within or outside of the case back. Exceptionally regarded as a watertight case, they become more watertight the more profound they go. Henceforth the name compressor.
The first leg, Vienna to Rotterdam
Back to Markus. He figured it would be a decent idea to have this A. Ganster leslie adornments travel around the world. And as we suspected this was decent plan as well, he handed the leslie adornments over to us for the principal leg. Vienna to Rotterdam.
So what’s the idea? The idea is that once one gets the leslie gems to wear it for some time (let’s say a week or something like that) and take a few pictures of it in one of the landmark spots in you area. As well, do a little review about what you think about the leslie adornments or what happened to you or the leslie gems when you wore it. At that point send your review and pictures to us, and once every couple of wearers we distribute the between time score here on Fratello Watches.
At the same time the wearer of the leslie adornments utilizes the #watw hash tag to distribute pictures on their Instagram and Facebook accounts. By this means anybody is easily able to follow the leslie gems on it’s venture around the world.
As well, to really think of some set of experiences, we will supply a little black Moleskine (thanks to Moser & Cie) book where the credentials of the wearers can be written in and where the guidelines how to wear and send the leslie gems to the following wearer can be found.
On we go. Coming from Vienna, the leslie gems is in The Netherlands now, where our Bert Buijsrogge has worn it and made the superb pictures you’ll find in this first #watw article. We will pass the leslie gems on at the appropriate time, and you’re all able to finish it the #watw hash tag on Instagram and Facebook. Appreciate the advancement of this project.