There are so many watch review channels. And so much of what is spoken is pretty meaningless. There are the reviewers that are supposed to be independent and the reviewers who work for watch shops.
Funnily enough I like the ones who are selling watches the most, like Tim Musso or Teddy Baldassarre, as they don't make any pretense to be completely neutral and they have loads of makes, in fact all the key makes, so they need to make sure they cover everything. Also it's interesting that they have knowledge of such a vast amount of watches, you can tell by the inflections in their voice, or the choice words they use, what they really think about things. At the end of the day, unfortunately, you can only judge a watch when you have worn it yourself. Which is why I have done so much flipping, to see what actually sticks. It's very easy to make me annoyed with a watch, e.g. Love the design but can never get bracelet right, etc.
So far, out of the many many watches I have had over the last years, only 4 have stuck. I actually think I am slowing down now
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