Welcome to Watch Video Rewind, our weekly look at watch related videos we track down from various corners of the Internet (mainly YouTube, but still…). Today I’ve got an Apple Watch clone video (bear with me), a brand video, a women’s watch collection, and a manufacturing video covering sapphire crystals.
First up, we have this video about what is a no-holds-barred Apple Watch clone or knock-off. Put the pitchforks down, though – this is from Swiss luxury brand H. Moser & Cie, and I have to admit, whether or not the watch is something that hits production, it shows one great sense of humor from the brand.
Next up, we have this video from Moritz Grossman. It’s a fairly glossy (and not in-depth) look at how the brand makes watches, but it’s still a fun (and quick) watch:
Next up, we have a video with a fellow (Charles Wahlingford) taking us through his wife’s watch collection. While we tend to focus on men’s watches for the most part, I think something like this is a good way to check what else might be out there, especially if you are looking to try and get your wife into this hobby of ours.
Finally, we have a video that is one of my favorite sort – a manufacturing video. In this case, it’s sapphire crystals that are being created and shaped. We see these crystals on a daily basis, and certainly prize them (generally) over a “plain old” mineral crystal. Might as well understand how they’re created, no?
That’s it for this week’s watch video rewind. If you stumble across any interesting watch (or time) related videos out there, drop us a line. If we end up using in the watch video rewind from your suggestion, we’ll be sure to tip our hats (electronically, if not literally) in your general direction.
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