Editorís note: One of the things watch people like to bond over is the sighting of something uncommon, stylish or downright cool. But sometimes our laser-like wrist focus goes too far, as Cameron is about to explain … To all the strangers on the streets, in the cafes, and just generally going about your own business … I have no shame in admitting that I am a wrist stalker. If youíre a regular reader, then chances are youíre one, too. We all do it. Some of us are just better than others and can pick a watch from across the room with only the hint of a bezel or a clasp. Iím not one to normally blow my own trumpet, but call me Louis Armstrong, because thatís me. Others, though, tend to get themselves into trouble, going for a peek at the most inopportune times Ė you know who you are. As a self-confessed (or maybe itís crowned?) ďproĒ wrist stalker, I feel compelled to first apologise on behalf of those less-skilled individuals (they really need to read our handy guide on watch spotting). And then to say that Iím sorry. Iím sorry to everyone Iíve ever made feel uncomfortable…

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