He's an internet personality and that is all.
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I love him like a brother.his ability to get watch geeks foaming at the mouth is enviable.
Speaks the truth, be is uncomfortable to some.
I find Watch Snob to be fairly well informed and speaks a lot of sense. However, one does need to take what he says with a grain of salt sometimes. He does call it how he sees it and can on occasion be deliberately provocative.
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I think he's a hoot. He speaks mostly the truth, but in a highly acerbic and satirical manner. If you don't take him too seriously its great entertainment.
There's a fairly long thread on him already if you search for it....
Last edited by mikeyc; October 12th, 2012 at 23:16.
I like him. People just don't seem to understand that it's an act. Of course he violently dislikes certain watch brands and adores others. If he didn't then he wouldn't be called the watch 'snob'.
He puts a lot of noses out of joint...albeit is a highly satirical and entertaining manner.
(unless your nose is out of joint)
I find him helpful and entertaining. The long thread about him that turns up easily on a forum search already deals with this question at length, though.
I find the watchsnob incredibly entertaining. A bit harsh sometimes for sure, but i also wonder if any of the letters are fabricated for humours sake.
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