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I Read It Again; Still Seems Strange

I read the posting again and it still seems strange.

Perhaps it is this writer's style, but we can read the review (twice) and still not know whether the writer believes that this is a beautiful watch, offered at an attractive price, or the worst looking watch he has ever seen.

These so-called "influencers" earn the price of the airfare and hotel when they post the pretty photos of the beautiful locations and ambassadors. They can also provide the usual background information regarding the watches. But to share their impressions does not seem to be part of the assignment. Old-fashioned watch journalism / advertising, I believe.



: Nice write-up, however I agree that the lack of opinion on the
: watch itself is a bit weird - maybe he didn't want to diss the
: hosts who invited him to this lavish event?
: Some say: if you can't say something good, then say nothing at all
: ;-). Many will understand anyway - silence speaks too, in a
: sense.
: Cheers,
: Fabrizio

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