Eric Theodore Korzeniowski
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Products your grandpa used.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude May 10, 2013. 14 Replies

I was talking with a few friends yesterday and we were trying to think of products that our grandfathers would have used regularly that are fading away or are no longer existant today. We came up…Continue

 

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May 17, 2013
Claude replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Products your grandpa used.
"A "switch" on the rear of a smart-ass child.  Never in anger, though.  A leather strop worked for this and for actually honing razors as well. "
May 10, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Products your grandpa used.
"Both my grandfathers passed on while I was very young, so I have no memory of them. My mother and other relatives have shared with me their impressions of them so that I would have something to pass on about them to my kids: They were both assholes."
May 10, 2013
Nate Thallas replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Products your grandpa used.
"I never knew my grandfather (either of them; they both passed before i was born. From what i have heard of them, i think it a blessing in thin disguise). However, from my paternal grandfather, i was given his shaving brush and tobacco pipe. I…"
May 9, 2013
Tucker B. Arnold replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Products your grandpa used.
"Pocket Watch, handkerchief, pen knife, suspenders, notebook with important phone numbers, addresses, quotes, appointments, etc. He had a hanging calendar that he actually used. He always wore an American Flag pin on whatever suit he wore. He also…"
May 9, 2013
Eric Theodore Korzeniowski replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Uncommon Luxury Watch Brands in the group Timepieces
"Sure Brian. By uncommon (speaking pretty broadly) I mean a watch brand not commonly seen everyday (not just people wearing them but in advertising like you mentioned) in the USA. Luxury watches I would consider common (in the USA) would be…"
Apr 17, 2013
Chuck Knight replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Uncommon Luxury Watch Brands in the group Timepieces
"I have watches from Molnija, Slava, Raketa, Poljot and Vostok, some pre-fall and some post-fall.   They're all based on Swiss calibers, the Poljot 3133, for example, being based on the Valjoux 7734, but modified to have a higher beat…"
Apr 17, 2013
Sean O' replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Uncommon Luxury Watch Brands in the group Timepieces
"This seems like a good thread to ask this: Anyone familiar with some of the Russian watch brands from Russia2all.com ? Some of them look really nice and at reasonable prices."
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Chuck Knight replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Uncommon Luxury Watch Brands in the group Timepieces
"My favorites are Rado (uncommon outside of Asia) and LeCoultre, which are American cased JaegerLeCoultre watches.  I also have a LeCoultre Atmos mantle clock.   I've also got an Eterna KonTiki."
Apr 16, 2013
Sean O' replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Uncommon Luxury Watch Brands in the group Timepieces
"I have a Chase Durer that I really like."
Apr 15, 2013
Brian Splash replied to Eric Theodore Korzeniowski's discussion Uncommon Luxury Watch Brands in the group Timepieces
"Could you define uncommon . I find that most brands target different demographic groups or throw there advertising budget to a particular region or country . When I travel abroad I always pop my head into the local watch store and will always see a…"
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