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All The Feels

Posted by Iain Robb on

All The Feels

While shooting for SEVENFRIDAY in the Fame Gallery in Zurich, we were confronted by a huge array of textures against which to contrast the pieces, and we created some really striking images, but it also made us think. The feel of a watch is an essential element that is so often over looked. Above and beyond the time we spend looking at a watch, is the time we spend physically in contact with it. So why doesn’t this get mentioned more often?

 

The Graphene felt warm to the touch contrasted by the cool of the glass display back

The Graphene felt warm to the touch contrasted by the cool of the glass display back

 

When we review a watch, we have held it, worn it, even smelt it. That’s what sets us aside from those reading the reviews, that you guys, for the most part haven’t yet seen the watch in the flesh. What you can however do, is see it in the fantastic images that we create. So why do we spend so much time describing something you can actually see, and so little time describing something you’re yet to experience?

 

The detached bezel made it feel like the watch was floating

The detached bezel made it feel like the watch was floating

 

So from now on, we’re gong to give a few column inches to telling you about all the sensations we get from the watches we review.

 

The silicone of the strap felt almost waxy

The silicone of the strap felt almost waxy

 

We’re going to tell you about all the feels!

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