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Jameson

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Hello all. I just joined your forum. I'm from the U.K and work for the British ARMY which I have done the last ten years. So with that having a good reliable time piece has always been a must. In the past I have always used G shocks.

 

Untill last year I have found a new love for horology so to speak. So anologue watches are a must now.  I'm an avid viewer of TGV and try to learn as much as I can on my journey.

 

So far I only have two pieces that I love dearly. A Hamilton khaki field 44mm and a Tudor Gran Tour date. The Hamilton is my daily and the Tudor the latter. I aim to add to this with a new piece early next year and swaying to a datejust 36mm in stainless steel, blue sunburst dial with Roman numerals..

 

I look forward to gaining more wisdom for this forum to help me along. I plan on never flipping a watch I save my very hard earned pennies to enjoy my new hobby. I've attached pictures too.

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Welcome, and nice watches

 

A vintage military watch should be on your shopping list :yes:

No one said this place was going to be cheap!

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54 minutes ago, scottswatches said:

Welcome, and nice watches

 

A vintage military watch should be on your shopping list :yes:

No one said this place was going to be cheap!

Thank you for your reply. I will certainly look at a vintage one day but as of now i need more knowledge so I know what I'm buying as going vintage could bite a newbie so to speak. 

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5 hours ago, Jameson said:

Thank you for your reply. I will certainly look at a vintage one day but as of now i need more knowledge so I know what I'm buying as going vintage could bite a newbie so to speak. 

Welcome to the forum @Jameson  two great watches too start with and I'm sure your collection along with your knowledge will grow, at present I am finding the former is growing much faster than the latter personally.   :whistle:

 

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Welcome to the nut house, seems like you're well on the way to complete watch lunacy! You'll fit in just fine here! :thumbsup: :biggrin:

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Welcome to TWF, Jameson, a very nice pair of watches you have there :thumbsup:

 

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So far I only have two pieces

 

Hang around the forum for any length of time & that number will soon increase :laugh:

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14 minutes ago, mach 0.0013137 said:

Welcome to TWF, Jameson, a very nice pair of watches you have there :thumbsup:

 

 

Hang around the forum for any length of time & that number will soon increase :laugh:

I plan on it indeed!  already saving for my next target. 

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Welcome to the forum and thank you for your service :notworthy:

Love that Tudor :thumbsup:

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