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  1. Wearing this for the morning after moving it onto my favourite strap yesterday. '64 / '64 Poljot 3017 column wheel chronograph. HAGD
    25 points
  2. RLT 69 this morning .
    24 points
  3. Morning Smiths Saturday for me, Smiths 'Everest' PRS-25 (Cal: Miyota 9039)
    24 points
  4. Good morning chap's [emoji41] P01 today. Have a great weekend.
    23 points
  5. This arrived a few days ago. My first titanium.
    21 points
  6. 21 points
  7. 20 points
  8. Morning all, off to see mum so on with this one .... have a great day if you can
    19 points
  9. 16610 today,bought this a few months back,but have hardly worn it,giving it a go today....
    19 points
  10. After flipping a couple recently, I’d seen this in a Jewellers in St Helier so picked up today. Discounted (old model) plus VAT free so nearly 40 percent off rrp just couldn’t resist. 41 mm wears just right on my smallish wrists. Very happy with today’s shopping trip!
    18 points
  11. Better get the Turtle on before I wear out the Alpinist...
    18 points
  12. Speedmaster for me today
    18 points
  13. STOWA MARINE, Unitas cal.6498 17 jewels RLT17, Unitas cal.6498 17 jewels
    17 points
  14. Lulled into a false sense of security by the unseasonally warm late March sunshine, I've planted all my potatoes and, yesterday, two rows of onion sets. The temperature outside is 7°C this morning, and it's forecast to get colder over the next couple of days, with the chance of frost and snow on Monday and Tuesday. Cruelty to plants, that's what it is.
    17 points
  15. Not worn this lovely Fossil diver for a while, so a good enough reason to put it on today:
    17 points
  16. going to be this today, well for some of the day
    17 points
  17. 16 points
  18. Happy Saturday! Here is what I think is Christopher Ward at its best. Good specs and execution but leaning into some personality: C60 Chronograph.
    16 points
  19. Morning, This early 1950s Roamer Super from Meyer & Stuedeli and driven by a 21j MST 402. Regards.
    16 points
  20. When you get a nice picture ready for selling your watch, and you think 'Maybe I'll keep it!' Time for PT ...
    15 points
  21. Dug a quartz watch out for the first time in I don’t know how long. I think it’s a lovely looking watch but I find that even the most basic mechanical watches just have more character for me. I’m becoming a snob!
    13 points
  22. 1990s Accurist chrono (present from wife 30 years ago)
    13 points
  23. Been wearing this one this afternoon .
    12 points
  24. Another 6487 powered pair.... GLYCINE INCURSORE 3804 (200m) & 3762 (100M)
    12 points
  25. Smith's Navigator PRS-48 today. Sent from my SM-A715F using Tapatalk
    11 points
  26. This one today, not usually a fan of black watches, especially black coated cases but this one gets a pass due to being a gift from my parents a few years back:
    11 points
  27. Early start today (golf) but relaxing now with my Alpha ...
    8 points
  28. Old faithful all day for doing chores , now just changed to my A11 to cook dinner
    7 points
  29. PARNIS 587, Miyota 21 Jewels. Plus this... STEINHART `MARINE TIMER`, Unitas cal. 6498 17 Jewels.
    7 points
  30. 7 points
  31. I thought tonight I'd eventually drink the bottle of Fizz that we've been trying to pass off to each other since Christmas. LV & Lanson tonight
    3 points
  32. Good find. I think I'd have had trouble keeping my credit card in my pocket if that was in front of me.
    3 points
  33. "I didn't want to be a barber anyway...I wanted to be a frankenjack...leaping from movement to dial to hands...as they float down the mighty rivers of British Columbia...the giant Citizen, the Orient, the mighty Seiko, the smell of freshly painted dials..." er, sorry...forgot where I was for a moment...
    3 points
  34. Bit late but ... Have a good Easter TWF
    3 points
  35. Haven't stuck this on in a while. The quartz beaters get most of the wrist time these days
    3 points
  36. i`ve been rather busy this afternoon, too busy to post so here are what I changed over to earlier... OMEGA Speedmaster PROFESSIONAL, 3570.50.00, cal.1861 18 Jewels. & OMEGA Railmaster,CO-AXIAL CHRONOMETER, cal.2403 27 Jewels. & here are what I`m wearing now & possibly for the rest of the evening... LONGINES (Heritage) Conquest, cal.L633 25 Jewels & ORIS (Ar
    3 points
  37. Here's the thing, and the reason I bought one even with the pricetag. It is the quintessential dive watch. I'm sorry, but when Jacques Cousteau wears your watch for his profession by choice, not just on the weekends for photo shoots... Enough said! Plus Dirk Pitt is a far superior and more believable character than James bond.
    2 points
  38. Can’t remember if I’ve shared this before but I am vice chairman of a club and have been collecting and showing old Stationary engines for years , this one weights in at 2 1/4 ton built in 1909 and is rated at 10hp , runs on paraffin and needs a blow lamp to start it , I’m the second owner from new
    2 points
  39. This is the Real One, I am a big fan of Poljet. I got several from them while working in Russia long time back. Poljet is real Russian watches, This new CCCPtime company from China or HK is faking Russian watches...
    2 points
  40. My Doxa watches were bought quite some time ago and weren't expensive. Then in 2019 Doxa's owners, the Jenny family's Walca Group, took the management of the brand in-house and back to Switzerland. Since then there's been a noticeable shift in strategy away from online only sales and now also sell through a multitude of official dealers. In the UK they are sold through top-tier outlets such as Watches of Switzerland / Goldsmiths / Mappin & Webb, CW Sellors / Jura Watches as well as smaller independents such as James Porter & Son, Andrew Michaels Jewellers etc. As Jaydeep implied prices
    2 points
  41. To me personally Doxa are a bit marmite, i sometimes think yeah they`re nice solid looking watches, then i cant make my mind up about the shape of the case on some of them, they do have their own look, but i suppose thats part of their appeal, tbh though i would definitely wear it if i owned one.
    2 points
  42. It's true - just sold a Seiko solar quartz that was eminently fit for purpose as an expedition watch, 200m WR, resin shroud, great lume, no battery worries, looks classic, but no 'soul' somehow. I do like my old quartz watches, going back 30 plus years, and even my digital Pro-trek, with all the scratches and burrs from when I fell off my skateboard, so maybe they have started to acquire soul? I do like my Elliott Brown quartz watches, and I think that is something to do with the fact that they are built by watch guys who are trying to inject something into them - make them a stalwart compan
    2 points
  43. The lume isn't to shabby for a 2006 Z serial LV & Fire Even if the tyre did burst
    2 points
  44. Wow, you guys have got some serious hardware. Meanwhile there's me, sitting out having a beer today wearing this.. Yeah its a modified Henleys with a heavy solid SS strap that cost more than the watch head
    2 points
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