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Watches made in Brooklyn - A short video [Video]
posted May 16 2012 20:07.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




"You can easily to know exactly what time it is if you have a cellphone, but there is a little bit of a luxury in having something mechanical on your wrist... is a little more alive!"... These are the words from David Sokosh, an ex-photographer and former watchmaker. Filmmaker Dustin Cohen visited him and compiled this wonderful video. I'm not wearing any watch (or ring or other jewelry whatsoever), but since i love mechanics, i really appreciate mechanical clocks. unfortunately i can only make clocks with 7-seg .... :/




[Via: The Watchmaker]    [Link: David Sokosh]
 
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