Movado

Im wondering why there is no Movado badges in Watchcrunch? Any idea Crunchers?

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One trick pony, IMO, YMMV.

Have gone the fashion route, good for them, point of a company is to make money. I'd rather spend my fun money elsewhere.

This recalls a very short futile business meeting that I had with 2 young entrepreneurs who are nice guys but total dreamers. It was obvious nothing positive would happen when one of the guys said that his dad is a watch guy trying to sell a Movado. I was suddenly intrigued until his business partner who is a watch guy shut down my excitement by informing me the Movado was quartz and not even the famous MoMA iteration. I wished them good luck!

TOwguy

This recalls a very short futile business meeting that I had with 2 young entrepreneurs who are nice guys but total dreamers. It was obvious nothing positive would happen when one of the guys said that his dad is a watch guy trying to sell a Movado. I was suddenly intrigued until his business partner who is a watch guy shut down my excitement by informing me the Movado was quartz and not even the famous MoMA iteration. I wished them good luck!

It鈥檚 a good reminder, they did not create the MoMA museum watch.

True sorry. I gots on in da collection

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I still wear mine

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I would really like to see them right the ship

Mine was stolen and I still miss it

Funny I was going to post my Movado KingMatic for today鈥檚 WRUW but could not get the date complication to work so I ended up posting my Hammy it鈥檚 actually the only Movado I truly like

AllTheWatches

It鈥檚 a good reminder, they did not create the MoMA museum watch.

True there was a lawsuit in which they sertled with the designer. The old ones with mechanical movements were sought after and collectible. Movado actually has an interesting catalogue before they became connected with the design that they did not develop. I would say that they could be Longines but some of their early triple calendar Moonphase iterations would sell to a limited market. Thx for reminding me.

Would NOT say

TOwguy

True there was a lawsuit in which they sertled with the designer. The old ones with mechanical movements were sought after and collectible. Movado actually has an interesting catalogue before they became connected with the design that they did not develop. I would say that they could be Longines but some of their early triple calendar Moonphase iterations would sell to a limited market. Thx for reminding me.

Definitely a stronger back catalogue than they or anyone else give them credit for鈥 as an enthusiast, it does sadden me a bit to see their strong heritage ignored.