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In the age of smart wearables, Javed Khan, one of the last traditional watch repairers, who has been working for close to 50 years, is breathing new life into vintage, hand-wound Swiss watches. Javed Hussain Khan, 62, leans over his workbench, his frail body arched like the handle of an umbrella, examining a watch through his eyepiece. His eyebrows have moved closer in a frown and his nose is almost buried in his palm as he tries to look at the components. Minutes later, the frown fades, his eyes sparkle as he puts the watch down on the table with a satisfied smile and removes the eyepiece. He seems to have solved the issue at hand and can afford to sit back and exhale on his rickety, low wooden chair. At a time when mobile phones have replaced watches as the primary tool of timekeeping, and in a world that is embracing smart wearables over traditional timepieces, he is among the last remaining watch repairers, or ghadisaaz—a Hindustani term which, when it was coined, meant the maker of a watch, and stood for those patient craftsmen who took years to make one.
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra m is arguably one of the better value, all-round, entry-level watches available on the market today. In the collection since , it received a subtle visual refresh last year , along with an in-house movement in the form of the Master Chronometer calibre Striking the balance between everyday wear and elegant dress watch, the Aqua Terra is the perfect choice for those people looking for one watch for all occasions. Read our detailed review below to find out what makes this model so attractive. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is available in two case sizes; 38mm and 41mm.
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