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As Lowe put it, “It wasn’t a situation of my dad handing it off with a trembling voice, saying ‘Son this belonged to my father, I want to pass it on to you,'” he recalls with a chuckle. “Instead, he scooted it along the table to me and said, ‘I found this, this is the old man’s watch, you like old fake watches Paypal, is this any good to you?'”
Lowe describes it as both plain and entry level for the time it was made (in about the late ’40s or early ’50s). “It’s the kind of entry level super clone watch you would give to a young boy on his 13th birthday – his first grown-up watch.”
But apparently that was very appropriate for his grandfather, who despite his rich-sounding, officer-like moniker was not a man of means. “He wasn’t wealthy but he had good taste,” Lowe says. “He always had really good suits and found himself a cheap tailor – and he knew 1:1 replica Omega was a good make but he could only afford a boy’s entry level Omega.”
In any event, despite the red carpet gift-giving experience from his father, Lowe put the watch away and didn’t wear it initially. “The watch was too square to me,” Lowe says. “I liked AAA quality replica watches from pawn shops that had a bit more zing in the design. Occasionally I would dig it out and think ‘What am I going to do with this?'”
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Getting it back from high quality replica Omega changed his entire perception of the watch and made it a mainstay of his collection, though he never forgot the price. “It cost a fortune to service, especially when you consider it’s kind of an entry level watch.” Now, in a way, it’s priceless.