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  1. Late breakfast Boctoc.
    19 points
  2. Afternoon A bit later today, Frederique Constant “Manufacture Flyback Chronograph” FC-760V4H4 (Cal: FC-760)
    18 points
  3. woke up to a dead I phone this morning so this is an old photo......was out very late walking the dog last night and noticed how low and how it was a tiny sliver of it's full self the moon was so i decided today would be a Speedmaster day
    17 points
  4. Morning, 1967 humming Accutron today with its 2181 movement in a 14K gold-filled case. Regards.
    17 points
  5. Edox this morning
    17 points
  6. I think this may be the rare blue dial, and I think they may be rare because they turn black ... This lost an hour marker in the same postal apocalypse that damaged it's brother,.and the patch of dial thus exposed was blue! HAGD
    16 points
  7. Oh well, if you insist, I will have an Omega day. I do think it looks a bit lost on my wrist though.
    16 points
  8. Cycling and then recycling through the newer additions to try and get a good feel for them, so back to the Mako II for a bit this morning.
    16 points
  9. 1970's MILUS. Cal: PESEUX 320, 17 jewel.
    16 points
  10. Omega De Ville this morning
    16 points
  11. Arrived today from Japan. Seiko Actus made in February 1977, when I was born. Good condition for its age, great size and fit. It made me happier than any other, more expensive watch I bought before.
    15 points
  12. Afternoon all, busy day at work so a late one for me .. gmt day
    15 points
  13. Vostok day today. Cheers
    15 points
  14. 15 points
  15. Momentum Torpedo
    15 points
  16. Now with wearing my vintage Swiss made Ingersoll 5903 diver
    15 points
  17. Geckota Diver for me today.
    15 points
  18. Watering the garden this morning, so something with a little WR needed in case I splash myself...
    15 points
  19. & now for a couple of blue oriental cushions.... BULOVA 96B209 ACCUTRON II SNORKEL & PARNIS,Seagull cal.3600,17 Jewels
    14 points
  20. Wearing this today, old pic, wrong date etc... 30 years old next year, one of my favourite Seiko watches. Have a great day guys.
    14 points
  21. Absolutely no legibility issues there, beautiful. 2nd Dose day for me today, with a trusty Tag for company.
    14 points
  22. Nivrel (ETA 6497) on its morning walk
    14 points
  23. Loving this new fella on the school run
    13 points
  24. 13 points
  25. A rare day off the golf course for me, so taking the V'nox for a walk (in the shade!)
    13 points
  26. Good morning. This.. My new strap arrived for my Tacs. Much more adjustable than the orig one that came with the watch.
    13 points
  27. Another Solar getting a feed for now:
    12 points
  28. Having a shocker!
    12 points
  29. Inspired by The Dodger I have put this on Apeks AP040s-5, 1000 METERS, SEIKO-Epson cal.VX42E Plus it`s sibling.. AP0406, 500 METERS,SEIKO-Epson cal.VX42E
    11 points
  30. Late entry from me but seeing in a summery evening with this guy: Christopher Ward C65 Chronograph
    9 points
  31. The wannabe Amphibia Komandirskie. Excellent taste!
    9 points
  32. My last pair for today.... ORIENT CER1A001B0 cal.46D 21 Jewels & ORIENT CER1A002W0 cal.46D 21 Jewels
    9 points
  33. Chunky thing today, lets see how long before my wrist moans at me
    8 points
  34. Just another pic while I have a breather, and it's ten past ten! HAGD
    8 points
  35. I got curious... I'm sorry
    7 points
  36. To my mind, that is absolutely the right attitude We only live once, I use my money to buy what I want and then I use it and wear it out. I don't give any thought to possible future owners. I have a Caterham Seven with fifty thousand miles on the clock, it is covered in stone chips but I enjoy driving it and the more miles it travels, the more enjoyment I get
    7 points
  37. I needed something to cheer me up so I bought this from H Samuel for £109. I even managed to set time/date etc without any problems. Hopefully this will be a keeper.
    6 points
  38. Garmin was on the other wrist. Day out on bike. Just stopped for some refreshments!
    6 points
  39. Buying watches has become far more heart over head for me....the watches i have will no doubt depreciate....its not the smart thing to do.....but its what 'I' want to do.
    6 points
  40. $299 gets you a new one of these (possibly my fav "budget" chrono?)
    5 points
  41. Right, this is the one that pushed me right over budget, but I'd been looking at one before the spree, and then one became available with the proper box and strap. And what a box it is.... Beautiful wooden box with a push button lock at the front. Open up to find my new (to me) Muhle Glashutte 29er 37mm. The size actually comes in at 36.6mm and is on the very low end of a watch diameter for me, but with little bezel and all face, I thought it would work OK and not wear too small, first impression, looks very tidy and well finished If a little 'stocky'.due to those flat sides. On to the wrist, and it wears really nicely. Love the applied indices and angled minute track running around the perimeter, and really love the striking red seconds hand against the white face. size wise it sits very nicely and very neatly on my wrist, the strap is soft but solid and the clasp intricately signed. Despite my concern that it seemed a little stout, it doesn't feel too thick on the wrist. It's not particularly heavy, mainly I guess due to being smaller than most of my other watches and being straped rather than with bracelet. Very, very pleased with the first impressions.
    5 points
  42. When it comes to birth year watches I am a big fan of Seiko due to the serial number indicating year, and month of production. I am a bit of a Seiko fan, but I do consider their 1960's-1970's was when their finest work was done. A nice watch, enjoy!
    4 points
  43. I was looking at an SOTC thread on another forum today. One gentleman showed a collection of ten watches: eight sports Rolex models and two PP "nauts". All were steel (or perhaps WG, difficult to tell from photos). All had black faces. Only the Aquanaut was not on a bracelet (rubber). All the Rolex models were identical bracelets. My immediate reaction: ten extremely similar watches, exclusively from two manufacturers, neither of which "speak to me" at all -- hell on earth. Then I thought more about it. Some earnest gentleman had amassed a collection, almost certainly costing well into six figures, of watches which pleased him. And, I'm sure some here would sell body parts to get near such an assemblage -- because it would please them. My curmudgeonly views are irrelevant; those watches please their owner and, I'm sure. many others. So, my take-away from this little damascene experience? Think twice before soliciting advice from others upon what you should buy. You are bound to provoke someone with, quite legitimately, very different views to yourself into commenting. Your money, your wrist, your taste -- do it "your way" and exalt in your individuality
    4 points
  44. I think this is my next watch anyway! RRP £289 got my eye on one for £223
    4 points
  45. This is where my money would go. Really fancy a watch with the ST1901 movement too. cheers This is where my money would go. Really fancy a watch with the ST1901 movement too. £165 well spent. cheers
    4 points
  46. I'll take the Seagull Heritage at £276
    4 points
  47. I’m trying to exercise self control and go a little more quality over quantity but this is pretty nice. Have this on order though so I suppose this!
    4 points
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