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The Hand Game - Getting handsy

The Hand Game Getting handsy

If you have the right touch, you'll be able to recognize these hands and the brand they belong to. Be warned, some of these are tricky

Hands are a complex matter. Some brands just dig into the classic repertoire. Others only use the one type, which is their signature, or use several depending on the collection. The smartest way, though, is to invent their own from scratch, or even to create a complication around them. Be that as it may, linking one set of hands to one brand requires serious watchmaking culture. Fortunately, the background dial elements will provide helpful clues to this little quiz of ours, But if you get all your answers right, you're definitely spending too much time thinking about watches.*

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Answers:
1. Hublot
2. Ulysse Nardin
3. Rolex
4. Ferdinand Berthoud
5. Grand Seiko
6. Montblanc
7. Breguet
8. Bulgari
9. Cartier
10. Chopard L.U.C
11. De Bethune
12. H. Moser & Cie
13. A. Lange & Söhne
14. Omega
15. Richard Mille

 

*In order, note to give the answers, we do not give credit for the pictures. However, these were taken by the brands.

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