This week's office dissension is a contentious one. In fact, it's an argument so fierce that it threatens to tear the very fabric of Time+Tide's own dynamic duo, Nicholas Kenyon and James Robinson. The topic of debate *Double Wristing with a mechanical and an Apple Watch: crime or sublime? Let the sparks fly! Nick Kenyon The For Argument To sum up the sentiments of the majority of Swiss watch executives who have weighed in on the Apple Watch and its impact on the luxury watch business, they typically argue it is not a watch, it is a wrist-worn notification device. As a result, they do not consider it being in direct competition with them, and as Jean-Claude Biver often expresses, it might actually help the watch industry as it trains the youth of today to wear something on their wrist. If Swiss watch executives don't consider it threatening, nor should you. Anyone can very easily express horological nous on one wrist, while receiving information on their other, all thanks to the human body being blessed with two of them. Wearing an Apple Watch on one wrist doesn't prevent anyone from wearing a Moser Swiss Alp Concept Black and enjoying…

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