Made in Germany

I love my Swiss watches and I love my Japanese watches but something about “Made In Germany” strikes home with me. This made we wonder if anyone else out there felt more drawn to a watch based on where and who Manufactured it. Or does where it’s made play no role in your desire for a watch?

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I get it. I had an affinity for Russian watches (my family heritage is Russian) but that has passed in recent years.

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I don't go into a watch with much thought given to where it's made. That being said, I am drawn to the German watch aesthetics. They make up about half of my mechanical watches. Prost!

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Like my collection, I want to own a variety of watches from different countries. So far I have watches from the following countries:

▪︎ Germany

▪︎ Italy

▪︎ Japan

▪︎ US

▪︎ Switzerland

▪︎ France

▪︎ Former Cuban brand

I don't have a Russian watch yet.

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For me it's definitely the German aesthetics and attention to detail. 😬

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I do enjoy and strive to have a watch from as many countries as possible. So far:

Switzerland

Germany

France

USA

Japan

China

Russia

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I'm here to tell you it's the Bauhaus style; and nobody does it better than the Germans.

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watchgeek24

For me it's definitely the German aesthetics and attention to detail. 😬

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Spot on. That is an awsome Junghans is love to add that some day.

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SurferJohn

I'm here to tell you it's the Bauhaus style; and nobody does it better than the Germans.

Love it!

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fullcollapse1219

I do enjoy and strive to have a watch from as many countries as possible. So far:

Switzerland

Germany

France

USA

Japan

China

Russia

Having one of each would make for a great collection

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I want the strap on the Junghans. I want it, want it, want it!

Oh yeah, I also prefer the Junghans over the Nomos.

But the strap first.