A huge reference book. 624 pages, with 157 simple, focused chapters divided in 9 sections explaining in detail every topic.
What the readers say
I just downloaded The Watch Manual and I’m scrolling through its pages, the book is even more beautiful and richer than I could imagine.
Congratulations on the achievement, it will be an exciting reading.
This is going to be great.
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I love it! A lot of info in here, and well presented – quite unlike a lot of watch books I’ve had in the past.
If you even have a passing interest in watches, you’ll enjoy this book.
Thank you so much, this was very fast! 🙂 It looks amazing, can’t wait to finish this certification that I’m doing. What a lovely read for the quarantine time…
I have read The Watch Manual.
You have obviously done a marvellous job.
What you might want to consider is some kind of concluding remark, for the printed version at least. This usually provides the reader with a sense of completeness as it seems.
But this is a very marginal remark and does of course not affect the impression of an impressing book.
I am really enjoying the book (and the inevitable expensive ping-pong’ing between the book and Chrono24). This may become expensive.
Congratulations on setting it loose! It definitely has your inimitable style, humor, and readability.
I did my first run-through of The Watch Manual this afternoon. I’m impressed!
I have a lot of the reference material you cite at the end of book, and you covered a lot of material better than the source documents. The color pictures are something that really illustrate the point.
You renewed my interest in watches and time. Eyesight is too bad now – I am 83 years old – but enjoy reading about it and looking at examples. Thanks.
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