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  1. Good morning watch fans, I am wearing my Favre Leuba manual wind, Cal Peseux 7001
    20 points
  2. Morning all, lots of early risers today.
    17 points
  3. Morning folks . Starting the day wearing my vintage Seiko 66-7100
    16 points
  4. Good morning gang, I hope you are all ok Here are my first pair of the day... ORIS (Artelier 7582 ), cal.623 (ETA 2859) & LONGINES (Heritage) Conquest, cal.L633 25 Jewels
    16 points
  5. Inspired by @Bricey's purchase of a rather lovely Mühle (and notwithstanding that he has chosen his Magrette today) -- today I'm sporting the "cheapie" from Glashütte. Zürich Braungold. 40mm steel. Nomos Epsilon automatic movement.
    16 points
  6. Over to these now.. Samson Watch Co.(25 Jewels) & Seagull 1963 Chinese Airforce (cal.ST1 18 Jewels)
    15 points
  7. Morning Tianjin '1963 Chinese Airforce' (Cal: ST19)
    15 points
  8. Morning, Nowadays probably of interest only to fellow would-be completeists, this 1950s Guildhall bears all the tell-tale characteristics of having been produced by the original Newmark company of Croydon, not least being driven by a Newmark Cal. 13’’’. An uncommon brand, made for the short-lived Guildhall Watch & Clock Co Ltd, once based at 58 Houndsditch, London. Regards.
    15 points
  9. Sometimes you get a watch and you know right away that it is right for you, it fits your tastes and is going to remain a favourite of yours for a long long time. Whilst I'm really pleased with a number of my recent additions, this is absolutely my favourite.
    15 points
  10. Continuing the Glashutte theme today with this Q&D snap of a new arrival
    14 points
  11. Bob had 2 questions. Why was I still in bed ? Why was I still wearing my work watch from yesterday ? Why was my phone mire interesting in than him ? I know, but Bob is a cat
    14 points
  12. Still enjoying this beauty today. Have a nice day everyone:)
    14 points
  13. Haven’t been able to put a watch on for a few days as I slipped over and the wrist swelled up , but to days I can put on the seiko bfk woop woop hooray
    14 points
  14. Something sturdy for a tour of Lidl.
    14 points
  15. 1940's Silver cased MOVADO ERMETO. Model: Master with lacquered slides.
    14 points
  16. Afternoon change over to my Tissot T12 automatic Photo taken just now, no quick change the day/date, so cant be bothered. I cant see it anyway It has a great back case (old pic)
    13 points
  17. Geckota again for today.
    13 points
  18. 1946 Omega Ref. 2398-3 Cal.30-10 bumper automatic. Single pass leather strap from Vintagewatchstraps. Have a great day. J
    13 points
  19. Busy day in the office... 1975 Looping 8 day travel clock. Enamelled Celestial dial with silver chapter ring, 15 jewel JLC movement.
    12 points
  20. B&R 03-92 Carbon this week.
    12 points
  21. 12 points
  22. Definitely a summery watch for today:
    12 points
  23. Good morning. I'll wear this today, probably. Just something small and simple
    12 points
  24. These now.. TUDOR PRINCE OYSTERDATE, 26 Jewels 1979. & ORIENT STAR, WZ0311PF cal.597 21 Jewels
    11 points
  25. San Martin with Mother Of Pearl Dial and an NH35 movement running at +4 seconds a day.
    11 points
  26. Finally got my camera charged & snapped my new Perlon strap (from Lunar) - Works well with the Orient (imho)
    11 points
  27. Something a little cooler for the afternoon, I think I can just about carry the strap off!
    11 points
  28. Another glorious day .. here anyway so one with the bright one
    11 points
  29. It's the gigantic iTime Phantom for me today: Nothing subtle about this bad boy
    10 points
  30. Off out for the day on a jolly
    8 points
  31. You'll not know how many steps you've made today now! Everyday is a school day, I will never tire of your posts sir. Either you or Bob having a problem with counting.
    4 points
  32. “My little sister wore”
    4 points
  33. Some gorgeous wrist wear today gentlemen. I can't join in, as I never quite got to putting one on today. Bad girl. But the winner hands down is Bob - he looks like a cat who really knows where his sh!t is at - even if he can't count. All they need to know is: one, more than one, ooh lots! Give Bob a tickle from me, I could do with a kitty cuddle just now.
    3 points
  34. This is the problem with safes for me. A really dodgy bloke I knew always said to keep your valuables hidden in the loft because no burglar worth their salt would risk getting trapped in the loft. When I worked in the motor trade there was a spate of burglaries/hold ups to nick Imprezas. One of my customers had the tactic of clipping the keys to one of his Rottweiler’s collars when he went to bed, see how badly they want it. I value my dogs way higher than any possession so wouldn’t fancy it myself.
    3 points
  35. All about personal taste, I look at that transparent one and see the beach "jelly shoes" my little sister wore on holiday in the 80's
    3 points
  36. I'd spend hours trawling and end up with a shortlist all over the shop, something like this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nomos-Ludwig-35mm-Mens-Dress-Watch-Germany-Used-/203350510541?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BALL-Fireman-Victory-Black-Dial-Swiss-Automatic-40mm-Stainless-Steel-Bracelet-/274401401774?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Oris-Diver-65-/224394729977?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sinn-556-M-Black-Dial-Stainless-Steel-Automatic-Box-Paper-/313538590632?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Baume-Mercier-Watch-Classima-Executive-GMT-65494-SS-Automatic-winding-Mens-/224443242660?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MENS-SINN-556-AUTOMATIC-WATCH-FULL-SET-LITTLE-WEAR-/324600152725?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/T652-Luxury-Glashutte-Muhle-Automatic-Ref-M1-25-30-Mens-Watch-with-Box-/133655738695?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 The list would initially be much, much, much longer.
    3 points
  37. Used Stowa Flieger Classic 6498, because I've been putting it off for far too long. Favourite movement, at 41mm it's at the smaller end of 6498 powered wristwatches, and it's completely unpretentious. All the watch I'll ever, or really need. Probably end up putting a load of stuff up for sale as a result.
    3 points
  38. 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.
    3 points
  39. Leave it alone. I have one that never gets worn. Keeping it stops me from buying another one. Has it had any long lasting effects?
    2 points
  40. Christopher Ward C63 Sealander GMT. £900 on the bracelet, but there’s probably a discount flying around somewhere.
    2 points
  41. got of to a rocky start but FCW provided some good old fashioned customer service , free return postage(insured) and a very quick turnaround , back in less than 10 days...the fault was that the second hand was not perfectly centered....see pic....tried to ignore it but i couldn't!.....ocd perhaps?
    2 points
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