|The Pros from Dover - Paul Erhardt Sales Director (North America) Giancarlo Mantuano International Sales Director|
But we've forgotten about the good old days when we just had one watch. Lately it seems that we need:
A chronograph - preferably at least 2 - sporty and dress
A dive watch
A sport watch - because apparently the above two don't quite cover it
A dress watch
But what if you could have only one?
Okay, fair enough - no chronograph. BUT - this is a watch that covers nearly all of what you would want a watch for. Clean, sporty - but at the same time elegant. You can certainly swim with it, or put on a jacket and go to work - or put on a suit and go out to dinner. In a time where it seems we feel the need for four or five different watches to feel "complete" somehow - this watch everything you really need.
So I re-assert my earlier post - this could - and damn it, should - be considered as a watch of the year. It is not "crazy" expensive, weighing in under $3,000 on the strap, and a wee bit over that with a bracelet.
The Terrascope offers a very BIG bang for the buck.
And as I promised (BIG P) not to run off with it, I was allowed to revel in the experience of wearing a new Terrascope for an hour or so. And this is one of the few times when I can say without fear of future reconsideration - IF you have some means, but not crazy money, this is THE watch for you. You will cover all of your bases. You can potentially have the option of a bracelet, leather - and even a rubber strap. One watch to cover several situations.
Now in addition, they had some of the manufacture movement pieces -
A very sincere thank you to Paul Erhardt, and Giancarlo Mantuano for their time today.