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Author: Shony M
After years of editing content related to computers, smartphones, and tech, Shony Mordehay was captivated by the allure of wristwatches. The intricate mechanics and timeless appeal soon won him over. He delved deep, scouring global magazines and expanding his knowledge across various facets of the watch domain – from luxury to indie brands, microbrands, and beyond. Today, as the editor-in-chief, Shony is dedicated to keeping his readers informed about the latest in the microbrand watch world. His personal collection boasts an eclectic mix of timepieces, ranging from renowned brands like Zenith, Omega, and Hamilton to niche names such as Davosa, NINE FOUR WATCHES, and more.
Our review today is of an exciting watch – The Successor 2. The successor 2 is a watch manufactured by Nine Four Watches. As you can see from the photos, the watch body comes with a design that is highly inspired by the iconic case designs of the legendary watchmaker Gerald Genta, who designed the Royal Oak for Audemars Piguet. Nine Four watches offer the watch in 4 different dial colors – blue, ice blue, salmon, and green. Also, every watch has two versions – with a date window and without a date window. The version we got for review comes…
After all, in the special relationship that binds parents and children, the father figure, beyond the modern evolutions of families, has always, in the past, taken on an aspect of protection and often of comfort and advice. A relationship which was often sealed by the gift of a watch: from father to son, usually a family timepiece that belonged to our ancestors. Or sometimes, the reverse: to a dad who loves watches, a watch that he will wear with pleasure, reminding him that gratitude is not a dead and buried value.