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  1. 29 points
    A 1980's heuer for me today
  2. 28 points
    Glycine today. HAGWE TWF
  3. 27 points
    Well lets start by famously miss quoting a sage on here " when it comes to Rolex Gs haters will always be haters no matter how good they actually are " so my purchase story is, with the lack of affordable watches to purchase of a well known brand , their ever rising price and their other actions means the likes of scruffy urchins like me are being priced & cut out of their market share , which I do believe that's what they want!( in order to move their watches up market) , however its not like i don't have any Swiss watches in the collection, so time for a watch anyone can buy no waiting lists and with equal quality! IMO. I did have a Gs quartz which was beautiful, but on my wrists always looked too small @ 37mm ( for me size is a personal perception )but to me it was too small so sold it on (at a loss as usual ), and I promised myself I would get another but a 40 +mm its amazing what 3 mm makes! ,and here it is all the way from the land of the rising sun.( been tracking it all bank holiday with a twitchy bum!!) its not a snow flake , but is JDM & I do like the weight of steel( besides could not afford a new snowflake ), i was going to buy a pre owned one , but it did not come with box and papers and turned out to be 4 years old !and I had concerns re how close to a service it was & added costs , so I have bought new ( I am not a serial flipper, so no immediate hit to be taken plus it was not much more than the pre owned one!)and I get full box papers etc,it also it comes with the new branding now I know from a recent thread not everybody likes Gs and this new image/ branding , but I do and its my watch , all steel ,40.5 mm, dial- white / silvery shimmer in some lights, quartz / spring drive- 9R65, Dual curve sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating, all brushed bracelet with case polishing , but also one of the few Gs with lumen which is another thing that drew me in. the internet pictures and my crappy phone ( which did have me concerned with some drawings) don't do it justice . its every bit as good as my DJ when its next to it, it is beautiful!. very happy bunny ( again no more spend for a few months now though again ! ) deano
  4. 25 points
    Titanium Omega 2231.80 for the sunshine today...
  5. 24 points
    It's the Spork for me today...
  6. 24 points
    A little something I picked up yesterday circa 1961 VC with the thin K1001 calibre (not the ultrathin 1003 - that didn't have a seconds hand and was only 1.64mm thick. It was the thinnest mechanical movement for 60 years!)
  7. 24 points
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  9. 23 points
    Seamaster Aqua Terra, calibre 8500 today:
  10. 23 points
    Omega SMP. Ref. 2232.80.00 Omega Caliber 1120
  11. 23 points
    I couldn't resist this little Longines Avigation. Just 38mm across and 8mm thick, wears sooooo well:
  12. 23 points
  13. 23 points
    High days and holidays . . . . . .
  14. 23 points
    Good Morning all Ocean One Bronze. Cal: 2824-2 elabore, 25 jewel.
  15. 22 points
    Fancy something a bit chunkier today, so I'll break out the 'Spork'.
  16. 22 points
    Zenith El primero Rainbow Flyback this morning.
  17. 22 points
    Blue Seiko 'Sea Urchin' for when I get home tonight.
  18. 22 points
  19. 22 points
    500m Divex this morning Happy Holidays
  20. 22 points
    As it's a Full 'Blue' Moon today... C9 Moonphase. Cal: JJ04 (modified ETA 2836-2)
  21. 22 points
    Seamaster Aqua Terra today:
  22. 22 points
    9ct Jaeger LeCoultre from 1967 today.
  23. 22 points
    Today I ‘ve got my Fortis automatic on. Cal. ETA 2836-2 , 25 jewels: HAGWE:
  24. 22 points
  25. 21 points
    9ct Longines Flagship, calibre 340, from 1962.
  26. 21 points
    Chrono Avenger today Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  27. 21 points
  28. 21 points
    Superocean for me today
  29. 21 points
    It's raining here today - all day so far (13.00 here) - the first rain in about 2 months!! Great, my garden lawn needs it desperately. So Seiko for me as well again, as it's been on the wrist for a few days now.
  30. 21 points
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  32. 21 points
    Seeing as it's a blue moon today (the second this year, the first was on Jan 31st, and the last until 2020), I shall wear the Omega 2231.80 with blue dial. A 'blue' moon occurs when there are two full moons in a single calendar month.
  33. 20 points
    Not sure why I like this so much? I should have listed it on my site ages ago, but it just needs another test...
  34. 20 points
    More colour for the Thai New Year! From red to blue with the U2!
  35. 20 points
    Oris today,HAGWEE..
  36. 20 points
    Still grey sky here, so grey mood watch today
  37. 20 points
    Rugged (but not “beater rugged”) today . . . .
  38. 20 points
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  40. 20 points
    This 9ct Baume from 1951 today.
  41. 20 points
    Morning all C900 WORLDTIMER. Cal: JJ03 (modified 2836-2).
  42. 20 points
    old pic but bullhead today ,HAGWEE..
  43. 20 points
    Another yellow one today...Seiko 7T32-7F70.
  44. 20 points
    Working from home today and a nice sunny spring day too. Zenith el Primero cal 400 today.
  45. 20 points
    Omega Aqua Terra today:
  46. 20 points
    About to drop the tent in the rain :-)
  47. 20 points
    Seiko 'Alpinist' SARB017. Cal: 6R15, 23 jewel. Plus a choccy egg...
  48. 20 points
    Zenith El Primero rainbow flyback chronograph today.
  49. 20 points
    Sekonda Strela, back from the menders yesterday after a full service and with previously sticky chronograph minute hand now working perfectly
  50. 20 points
    This resulted from curiosity of a "brand" Nautec No Limit I had no experience of and was on a super special offer on Amazon France at 20€ plus 3€ delivery. Very solid and heavy but sits well on the wrist due to a thick leather strap. Screw in crown and 6 screws holding the back on mirrored on the front. Delivery issues delayed its arrival but it is here now and I love it.
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