I think modern Hamilton is "American" influenced, so it doesn't bug me much.
One of my dreams in life would be to buy one of the big vintage American labels and bring them back here...sadly I need to get rich first.
Not as clumsy or as random as a cell phone. An elegant timepiece for a more civilized time.
I think made in America can still be competitive compare to made in Swiss. I don't think wages plays apart. They shall shift back the production back to America.
" A great time piece on your wrist shows you are serious of time "
-Rolex Sea Dweller
-Omega PO Orange XL
-Breitling Aerospace repetition minute
-Tag Heuer 1500
-Bulova Marine Star 98C71
-Deep Blue 1k Tac Orange
I like the watches. I have two, styling is distinctive to me. I think overall the brand is pretty unknown except for fora like this. Only know the brand myself for three years.
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Actually, Hamilton is a pretty well known brand. Hollywood adopted it long ago, and quite a few celebs actually wear Hamiltons. Any elderly man who served in WW2 knows Hamilton quite well also.
"The World is insane. With tiny spots of sanity here and there. Not the other way around." ~ John Cleese.
I don't know of any watch that is even close to being American made so I appreciate what Swatch has done with the Hamilton brand and the classic styling.
I think Chrysler is in way better off in Italian hands than in American pockets. Italians love their cars and they will never destroy a brand.
He's not comparing Fiat ownership to Daimler ownership. He's saying that Chrysler is better off being a part of Fiat than it was when Cerberus had it and then when the US government owned it through the bailout process. If anything, his post had nothing to do with Daimler or it's influence on Chrysler.
IWC Portuguese Chronograph 3714-45
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