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    Also this article:


    https://www.gq.com.au/style/watches/...a9c4098?pos=16

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    Enjoyed watching it.

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    Craftsman wigdog's Avatar
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    Nice video-pretty down to earth character.

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    I kinda don't disbelieve him as he seems and ok guy but also feel that his fame and column inches that he has each day in social media would mean companies are very keen to have their kit on his arm .

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    I enjoyed this video. I like that his taste has changed so dramatically as he's got more into the hobby.

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    He came across really well. A bit too much of a PP focus for me but I'm interested to see the follow-up with more about independent watchmakers. Keen to hear about the Roger Smith as well... a first sporty watch from him perhaps?

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    Good to watch, thanks for sharing OP.


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    Thanks for sharing! Surprisingly I managed to watch the whole thing instead of nodding off….great guy!

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    Thanks for the link.
    Enjoyed listening to what they both had to say.

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    I enjoyed that and also he has managed to link certain watches to memorable dates eg daughters birth and his marriage. He seems to strike a good balance between watch nerd and openly saying I look good wearing this.

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    Finally got round to watching this.

    I've always liked Ed, and was a big fan when he broke on the scene at 16yrs old when he was less mainstream. I know he's not everyones cup of tea, but have watched at Wembley a few years back and he has talent.

    Very enjoyable from both parties, he seems to be in the hobby deep and not just I'm famous/ rich to buy what Insta wants. Also a good throwback to what earlier talking watches used to be like from Hodinkee.

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    I like Ed.
    Not wild about his music, but everything I've seen of him indicates he's a good bloke.

    Fair play for not turning into a dick with success.

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