When you're burnt out from binge watching dreck on Netflix, curl up by the fire with: 1. your girl, 2. a glass of single malt, and 3. this incredible new must-have coffee table book for watch collectors.
Trust, us, she won't mind. The Watch Book, new from German luxury publisher teNeues, features such gorgeous photography even the non-horologically inclined are likely to be mesmerized by it.
"One's choice of wristwatch reveals a great deal because it shows the value we place on the most precious resource of all-time," notes author and watch historian Gisbert Brunner.
The book identifies the 18 most important watch brands in the world and gives their full histories from pioneering pieces like the early wristwatch pictured above to cutting edge masterpieces from the likes of Hublot (below).
The book is priced at $85 but it could end up being a lot more expensive, because you'll want to start building a comprehensive collection right away. Forewarned is forearmed...