When you are given something you use almost every day, you create and hold memories with it… So the watch isn’t just an item, it is more of a sentimental stroll down memory lane.
One of my first watches that I ever got when I started blogging was a Vodrich watch. It was a gift from my girlfriend at the time, and it turned out to be one of the best and most thoughtful gifts I have ever been given.
Here is the thing with gifts. When you are given something you use almost every day, you create and hold memories with it. Up to this day, I can look at my first Vodrich watch, the Kingston, and reminisce moments with it almost vividly. So that watch that she gave me isn’t just an item, it is more of a sentimental stroll down memory lane.
So then I added a second Vodrich watch, Da Vinci Silver, to my collection, and like the first watch, memories attached to this one. In fact, I wore this watch during my graduation from university, the one day that everyone dreams about when going through sleepless nights of studying and countless days of learning, trying not to gain weight from late-night snacking, and social drama. Just like that, one look at my watch and the memories flow.
And then came the third watch, the Royce. I’ve met so many incredible people with this watch. I’ve worked with creative geniuses, traveled many distances, and failed in many instances, only to become a stronger person from it all. And the watch was there along for the ride.
One of the perks with Vodrich is its affordability. You can get a sophisticated watch for a sweet deal, and the memories that you make are just as valuable as with any other more expensive watch in the market. Not to mention, each Vodrich watch has a natural tendency to grab attention, so you get a little fame with it as well ;).
In life, many things change. People come and go, but what remains is a collection of memories with each Vodrich watch.
~ Vodrich, it’s not just a timepiece. It is chance to relive the good old days. ~
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Photography by Noel Fisico