If our tailoring choices reflect our character, then it is not surprising that we assess what style choices our political leaders make. From a suit closet by Angela Merkel to Obama's infamous tan suit, the fashion choices of world leaders will certainly not be ignored. In Western countries, leaders choose moderate clothing and low-key jewelry and accessories are standard. One of the accessories that politicians tend to wear is the world favorite replica watch, and some world watch models have been noticed to appear again and again.
More importantly, the Rolex date type is called "the president's clock." Given that some presidents wear watches for convenience, others are known as watch lovers. In some cases, the president's gifted watches and the watches they choose to wear or not have been proven controversial. The following are the 10 presidents of the United States and the world watch they wear.
The first president of the United States is known for his love of pocket watches. In fact, he believes that there are at least three pieces: a pocket watch made of an unknown brand, a Jean-Antoine Lépine pocket watch, and finally a James McCabe pocket watch.
2. Thomas Jefferson
The third president also wore a pocket watch, this time made by Daniel Vaucher. Jefferson later handed the watch to James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Fast to the 34th President, Eisenhower has a number of world watches: TAG Heuer, replica Rolex Datejust, Vulcain Cricket and Hamilton watches, whose faces are engraved with family faces. Eisenhower is considered to be the first president to own a Rolex watch. During his presidency, he mostly wore the Swiss watch brand Vulcain Cricket. The storyline is that Eisenhower put on the watch at a press conference and announced new tariffs on Swiss watchmaking. At this meeting, the alarm clock on the watch rang, and the sound was considered to be unique to the Vulcain watch, which to some extent highlighted the hypocrisy of the tariff!
John F. Kennedy
Eisenhower’s successor, John F. Kennedy, also has some watches. Kennedy owns Rolex, an inscribed watch given to him by Marilyn Monroe, and Cartier watches, Bulova (sold for more than $25,000 in 2013), fake omega and Nastrix. Kennedy's most famous world watch is the Omega watch, partly because his friend Grant Stokedale gave him the talent, his watch engraved with "American President | John F. Kennedy | From his friend Grant" before the election It has even happened. Kennedy then wore the watch at the presidential inauguration. Omega acquired the watch for $350,000 in 2005, and Omega released a commemorative version of the watch. The President of the United States and the watch they wear are said to have never worn the Rolex watch that Marilyn Monroe gave him. It is said that he told the assistant who gave him "to get rid of it." The watch is currently owned by a private collector. However, it is believed that he has been wearing his wife Jackie to give him the talent on the day of the assassination.