MY WATCH STORY: Paul’s Doxa Chronograph

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MY WATCH STORY: Paul’s Doxa Chronograph

Postby koimaster » August 23rd 2017, 8:49am


I bought it at the Munich Watch Fair a few years back for 1200 Euro. I’ve since been offered 5,000 Euro for it. I’ve collected watches since I was 11. My grandfather gave me a wristwatch and I’ve been hooked since then. It was an American brand, Gruen Curvex. As a young boy I’d go to flea markets and fairs. It was mechanics and all that. The thing about chronographs is that people don’t use them. It seems to be more about the dial layout. The balance perhaps? This one is beautiful with the outer Telemetre scale and the spiral tachymetre scale – very much of the times. It’s a bit like an ironing board, you don’t really use it that often. I actually race cars and I do use a chronograph then, but it’s usually one that’s easier to use, a more legible one. ... ronograph/


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Re: MY WATCH STORY: Paul’s Doxa Chronograph

Postby conjurer » August 23rd 2017, 9:44am

i Thoougt sew Much of this Artickal that i Burrowed the arthar's His pic four My avatard!! are a ray of sunshine here.

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Re: MY WATCH STORY: Paul’s Doxa Chronograph

Postby foghorn » August 23rd 2017, 10:03am

That looks like a Dan Henry. And the author is an imposter.
This is Andrew McCutchen


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