History is often one of the most fascinating aspects when considering any worthwhile watch.
It can tell a lot about the features and the origins and the core idea behind them. It can also reveal a certain kind of legacy and even create a layer of flavor that makes you appreciate the watch even more than you otherwise would.
It can also help you create a completely different feel associated with the thing. One that may be completely contrary to your initial thinking. You may even have a change of heart in favor of actually loving the watch despite not seeing the beauty within it at first.
So I feel it really goes without saying that history often plays a major role in how watches are perceived.
And here we’ll do our absolute best to provide as thorough look as humanly possible at this aspect without the addition of making it unpleasantly overbearing or cumbersome.