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  1. Vintage Eterna Matic circa 1950's
    17 points
  2. Yellow Tuesday Doxa Sub 600T Divingstar from 2004, a limited edition of 100
    14 points
  3. Morning Poljot 'Aviator I Chronograph' (Cal: Poljot 3133)
    14 points
  4. Good morning all Giving this an airing today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    14 points
  5. Been wearing my Seiko Arctura this morning .
    14 points
  6. Had this for a few weeks now, the analogue version of the G Shock Frogman in its Borneo Rainbow Toad edition. Limited to 2,000 pieces and going for twice the price of the normal analogue version. When most watches have wound down for the evening after a night out at a bar, this guy is still at a 3am beach party. I introduce you to the ‘hypno toad’:
    13 points
  7. New arrival, Longines Ultra-Chron from 1969.
    12 points
  8. New battery for the regulator this morning, vintage camel strap to go with my vintage clothing! It's a double-edged sword this getting old lark - I don't have to traipse around 'Bygone Times' looking for vintage clobber, I can just open my wardrobe , but at least I saved the petrol and parking . HAGD
    12 points
  9. Late last night and this morning. Blue Mako ll.
    12 points
  10. 11 points
  11. Afternoon change-over to my Certina DS2 automatic More info here
    10 points
  12. Time for take off.... RLT-8, Valjoux cal.7750 25 Jewels & HAMILTON KHAKI PIONEER, Model H60419533, Eta cal. 2801-2 17 Jewels
    9 points
  13. Morning, Today, an early 1970s Austin in a 38mm gold-tone case and driven by the 16j Seiko 3702B transistorised movement. Presumably Japanese-made, but by whom I have no idea. Regards.
    9 points
  14. 9 points
  15. Back on the NTH Amphion With this new nato, I can't put this down. So pleased since it just wouldn't click on the bracelet.
    8 points
  16. Sorry to be boring, but it's the Fossil Decker again today:
    7 points
  17. Solar gshock as some odd jobs to do in amongst work.
    4 points
  18. It's a shame, as there is nothing wrong with some of the brands on Ideal World, Mathey-Tissot, Vostok Europe, Traser, Sturmanskie, Aviator, Swiss Military and now Eterna all decent brands, although everybody may not like the style of theses brand's watches they are at least watchmaking brands. Problem is, especially with the other brands Ideal World sell, is that IW's so called "Expert" guests and presenters spend so much time spouting lies, misinformation and rubbish that more often then not their watch shows have become a farce, it's hilarious listening to some of the nonsense, which IMO negatively effects the reputation of any brand that appears on their shows.
    4 points
  19. It`s been a couple of hours so over to these.... STEINHART MARINE TIMER, SWISS MADE, UNITAS Cal. 6498 17 Jewels & вмф ссср (`Vodolaz` Anchor-1 700M,full lume dial), Vostok cal.2409 17 jewels
    3 points
  20. As someone with several watches in that price range, I’d say half the enjoyment is in the chase. Don’t just look at the top end of your budget as you might find something half the value gives you much more please. What do you already have in the collection? Any photos? [emoji4]
    3 points
  21. I nearly bought one nice to look at but in the end I bought a Carter’s. Its funny McQueen is always linked with the Monaco and that Mustang but in real life he was seen driving and owned just about everything except a Mustang and wore a Rolex. The power of smoke, mirrors and marketing
    2 points
  22. Strap changed and hands painted white
    1 point
  23. Bit like `name` actors who performed in big films and on stage now having to slum it in B-movies!
    1 point
  24. That Blancpain is just drop dead gorgeous! If all works out well and I sell my house in 2.5 years when my state pension kicks in, then that has to be on the cards. IgerSwis talked of the fun of the chase. I am already compiling a list for the 'one'!
    1 point
  25. There is a bit of common sense to apply here. There may certainly be a problem with certain watches depth rated to 200 or 300 because the "usual parameters" of temperature and therefore possibly pressure swing could exceed the reasonable bandwidth they were designed to handle and could over time cause issues with gaskets etc etc I suppose it would depend on the brand but intuitively it seems the wrong thing to do to let watches bake in a shop window,,,, possibly why many upmarket ADs have polarising and UV barrier glass and also air-conditioning flowing throughout so displays are the same temperature as the surroundings.......
    1 point
  26. [url=https://imgur.com/KtN4g0b][img]http://i.imgur.com/KtN4g0b.jpg[/img][/url]
    1 point
  27. Have to agree with Scott...my Lidl cleaner has served me well for many years. Perfectly adequate for occasional use, but obviously if going to be used on a regular basis, a more robust item may be required.
    1 point
  28. TK mAXX have some along with Rado and Hamilton all going reasonably cheap.
    1 point
  29. What a tragic way for such a grand old manufacturer to go
    1 point
  30. It is a traditional, straightforward design, with a bit of a twist. I do wonder why I would need a countdown timer and a stopwatch in the bedroom, but others may think of something.
    1 point
  31. Here's the Quartz in my collection. Cheers
    1 point
  32. Sevens sisters back at the end of August
    1 point
  33. I don’t see a Smiths W10 for months and the 3 appear all at once! This one I have serviced and decided on a publicity shoot with my grandads military jackknife from WW2.
    1 point
  34. I think you'll find there are many fewer people who feel qualified to give you advice than if you asked which dive watch to buy. I don't really feel qualified, but I'll have a go until someone who knows something comes along. First thing is whether you want new or vintage. There are current makers of pocket watches and some of them are quite nice, I believe, though I don't have one. For example - https://jeanpierre-of-switzerland.com/product-category/pocket-watches/ For vintage, the choice is definitely bewildering. For a start you could try looking for the better known names, for example "Waltham" and "Elgin" from the US, or "Thomas Russell" and "J. W. Benson" in the UK. Key wound will tend to be the older ones with complex movements, which can be expensive to fix if they go wrong. So bear that in mind. And good luck in your search. I forgot you said show me yours ... I inherited this, by Berry & Sons of West Hartlepool, with case and movement made in Coventry, I'm reliably informed. And a recently acquired John Bennett of Cheapside, which I need to get working.
    1 point
  35. It's refreshing to read that someone who wants to spend that sort of money and not mention resell value as part of the buying criteria. Definitely agree not to spend double rrp on a Sub. Fair play to my man I hope whatever you decide on you have good health and wear your watch with pleasure.
    1 point
  36. If you can easily afford it (flicking through watches up to 15k you obviously can) then do it. Some people will spend 3-4 grand or less on a used car, some will spend tens of thousands on a brand new supercar, its all about personal spending limits, i would never dream of spending so much on a watch cos i just cant afford to, but many can and do, if it dosnt skint you and leave you struggling its not a problem.
    1 point
  37. Justification = I want it Spending Limit = I can afford it And that's really all there is to it
    1 point
  38. My Panova Blau. Not the best time keeper, but I really like how it looks.
    1 point
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