Saturday, July 10, 2010

MARADONA MEMPOPULARKAN PAKAI DUA JAM TANGAN





DALAM WORLD CUP 2010 DI AFRIKA SELATAN, JURULATIH ARGENTINA, MARADONA MEMAKAI 2 JAM TANGAN SERENTAK. JAM TANGAN HUBLOT DIPAKAI KETIKA SETIAP PERLAWANAN ARGENTINA. SATU DI KIRI DAN SATU DI KANAN. AGAKNYA SATU WAKTU DI ARGENTINA DAN SATU LAGI WAKTU DI AFRIKA SELATAN

LEPAS NI SAPA-SAPA PAKAI DUA JAM TANGAN TIDAK AKAN MENJADI PELIK SEBAB IANYA TELAHDIPOPULARKAN OLEH MARADONA. AKU MEMANG DAH BANYAK KALI PAKAI DUA JAM NI... TAK PEDULI DENGAN APA ORANG NAK KATA!

ANDA BAGAIMANA?

My favorite types of fellow watch lovers are fellow eccentric watch lovers. In the spotlight this month due to the 2010 FIFA World Cup is none other than Argentina’s Diego Maradona. Player turned coach, the now very wealthy soccer (ahem, I mean “football”) personality is a major watch lover and has been know to wear watches on both wrists. While not a daily occurrence, Diego wears two watches mostly when he travels. It isn’t because he can’t decide on just one watch to wear each day, but rather to have two different timezones. Yes, most of you will quickly point out that there are plenty of watches with two (even more) time zone indicators on the dial, but this is how Maradona prefers it. Would you like to be the one to mention the possible error of his ways? In fact, I am pleased he is wearing two watches. I think it is an admirable look – especially for the man who prides himself on wearing large diamond earrings.

In the past Maradona wore double Rolex watches, but now the charismatic man wears Hublot timepieces. Not just any Hublot watches, but two limited edition models with his likeness of them. Few people get to wear watches made in their honor. He has two different styles of Hublot Big Bang Maradona watches. Each is a limited edition and 44.5mm wide. I don’t need to go into the technical details as the watch does not differ much from other Big Bang watches. An interesting difference on the pictures model is the chronograph, which has been change to measure 45 minutes – half of a soccer match. The watch, in black and blue, features Maradona’s jersey number, as well as signature “goal” pose, with his arms in the air. Good to see Mr. Maradona out there representing watch lovers, and Hublot feeding his horological passion.


2 comments:

  1. Saya pun kadang2 pakai 2 jam serentak. hehe...

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  2. Teringat vote dlm blog Dato' siapa pernah pakai dua jam serentak...

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