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  1. Certainly not that I've seen. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  2. So yesterday I went for a wonder around out local jewelry shops to get an idea and came across Bremont, in particular the BMII. I looked in the members section and there are only a handful of posts there. Can anyone shed some light on this, is it a good watch? As this will be a milestone birthday present for myself I'll have no intention of selling it, so potential resale value is not an issue...although it would be nice if it was to hold said value. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  3. Hi all, I'm looking to get a new watch soon and will be looking to spend around £2k/£3k and would like some suggestions. Clearly I know this is a very broad request and everyones tastes vary a lot, but I just thought I'd put it out there and see what you come back with. I look forward to the suggestions. M
  4. Lovely watch you've got there. I've got the older version with the 2824 movement, but movements aside, it's just such a nice watch to wear.
  5. To be honest, it wiped me out for a long time lol
  6. And in addition to the TAG, I also wore this a couple of times:
  7. This is the TAG that I was wearing 10 years ago, I've had it for about 18 years now.
  8. I had one of those, to be honest I'd forgotten all about it.
  9. Well, after a year of Apple Watch I've gone back to my faithful Hamilton Khaki automatic. Only after a day of wearing it again have I realised how much I missed a proper watch
  10. Can't complain about my Khaki automatic, I bought it several years ago as a "daily driver" so as to save my other watches. I love the minimal looks and military heritage and when all said and done, it's held up really well.
  11. Hello all, Well, I've never considered joining a watch forum...and here I am now. I'm looking at getting back in to watched after using an Apple watch for the last year. Today I dusted off my Hamilton Khaki automatic and stuck it back on the watch winder, now I just need to make the jump and turn off the Apple watch. I bought the Hamilton some years ago to use as my "daily driver" so as not to ruin my Omega and Tag watches, which ironically I've now sold both...on the upside though, it means I'm in the market for a replacement or two. Anyway, I'm looking forward to looking
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