True craftsmanship at Globe-Trotter: weekend watch

Our time gives us plenty of opportunity to lament that true craftsmanship is dead. But occasionally it’s nice to get a reminder that it’s not dead, just happening behind the scenes and under the mountains of otherwise mass produced product. Globe-Trotter luggage’s video about the making of a suitcase in their factory in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, is one of those reminders.

Watch the video after the break.

globe-trotter luggage making video

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