A Review of Reverie Watches | #ASKTNH 62

“GO TO A COFFEE SHOP, SPEND AN HOUR AND A HALF DRINKING YOUR COFFEE AND LIKING, COMMENTING, AND FOLLOWING. IT’S NOT ABOUT TASTE. IT’S JUST ABOUT HARD WORK.”

In Episode 62, Christian talks Reverie Watches. The watch itself has essential components of a good watch, but dial design is purely a nagger of taste. The more objectively neglected part of the Reverie Campaign? Social Media.

Find Reverie Here: http://www.reveriewatches.com/

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Scott Middlehurst says:

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Chrono matick says:

It reminds me too much of the Longines Heritage 1935. But still, a solid watch imo.

Sir Alfred Powell says:

GREAT! You seem to have lowered your daily coke intake.

joe schmo says:

great video!

Jason Beaton says:

Saw you on TGV/Federico. GrEat video have subscribed. Also have the blue sea spirit. I agree with the date it look a little odd but I love the dial. It’s truly amazing and the open area around the 9 has the full affect and makes it look like waves crashing against the sub dial(which is just standard matte) If that makes any sense. The owner is also very kind and let’s you pick out which production number watch you wanted and sends you a hand written letter attached to the very very nice box via a bow.

Hoop says:

I think that the emptiness of the left side of the Reverie watch works for me. The watch is a looker. Emptiness has visual weight, much as these modern hair styles featuring a part on one side and a cool comb-over to the other side. Its not symmetrical, but still balanced somehow.

With the Reverie, you’re also getting all the visual weight of more guilloche on the left to balance out the Visual weight of the subdial and date aperture on the right. Art and style is so subjective, isn’t it?

Harry Clams says:

I think the watch looks great, except the Japanese movement, who cares of the sub-dial is off ?, it make it unique, if you like this kind of watch case, check out the JEANRICHARD.

Liam McGoldrick says:

Question for you best mechanical vintage omega for under $500

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