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  1. Wow, that looks amazing, I've not seen anything quite like that!
  2. I'm always amazed at the diverse interests watch enthusiasts have, and knowledge in the most unusual subjects. I love nice watches and great coffee. Currently I'm enjoying the lockdown whilst wearing a 1971 Seiko Bellmatic on the original coffin link bracelet, sipping on espressos made using a Gaggia Classic. Tastes amazing! I've only owned one other coffee machine apart from this so don't have loads to compare it with so I was wondering what coffee machines other forum members have and are there any you'd recommend.
  3. I have had a similar dilemma. Rolex and JLC are well known brands to the wider public so why not get something like a Tudor or IWC. You'll know the quality but more inconspicuous
  4. I'm really interested to see what you think to the new Glycine, I'm very interested on getting a Combat version though keep on hearing comments about the Invicta involvement which are a bit of a deterrent. It's probably worth adding, I've not heard of anyone buying a new Glycine that's actually said anything bad a out the watch...
  5. Just googled him, interesting reading like you said. I think a list of retailers with reviews by forum members would be a good idea though
  6. I would actually go to an insurance broker who deals with high net worth individuals because they will have access to more suitable insurance products you can't get online and your sums insured will not be unusual for them to handle.
  7. I'm with JayDeep on this one, it looks great in black. It certainly appears classy and well designed, Citizen could learn a thing or two from KL about how to get multiple features in to a dial without making it too busy and fussy.
  8. Personally, and as someone who used to spend a bit of time diving, your typical divers watch never appealed to me aesthetically and I never wore them in the water. That all changed when I got my first diver! I love the rugged chunkyness and size of them.
  9. I take anything newish with a 50m wr rating swimming, never has a problem.
  10. Beautiful watch, incredible price to go with it. I'll admit it wasn't me, there wasn't enough colour on the dial...
  11. I have a feeling not many people on here are regularly diving apart from @rafy1so the arguments about being a worker needing to use reliable tools don't stack up. If you want a Rolex you're paying for a mixture of a top end high quality bit of kit as well as a brand name and a load of advertising.
  12. Great looking watch Rob, you're a man of great taste. I like those red hands....Seriously though, nice looking watch.
  13. I'm sure I heard they're faked so much because there is a massive market for faked Tissots in Asia and the Far East.
  14. Rob, you won't be surprised that I love this watch. It would probably go well with a racing strap, sure it'll work on whatever you choose.
  15. For get everything you've seen so far. I would suggest having a look at Aragon Divemaster Evo. There standard price is 350 USD though they currently have them on sale for $130. After postage, any taxes and the conversion to sterling, it works out at about £130. They do a 45mm version, runs a Seiko movement and when I ordered mine it took about 4 days to get here. I got one with a black dial and my only regret was not getting the red dial too... https://www.aragonwatch.com/Aragon_Divemaster_NH35A_50mm_p/a264red.htm
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