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Hi all, Moving in a month, and will need some cash, so I'm clearing out some items from the closet I haven't worn much recently. Alden for Epaulet Natural Chromexcel Longwing Bluchers 8.5D on the Leydon Last (runs TTS). Purchased used on SF and only worn a handful of times at best. Original Box included. Shoe trees shown in photos not included. Selling for $290 CONUS shipped. Stay tuned for more goodies..... Thanks!
Love it!
Out of that list, I'd suggest:Orient Bambino - MAY be a stretch as the face is large ~40mm or so, but for some reason it seems to wear small on my wrist, its all dial, not chunky.Stowa AnteaRodinaSea-gull M185S/M186S/M187S - This may be the best bet.. Theyre all ~38mm. Great sizeSeiko 5 - These are ~38mm as well
Man you sound like you'd be a real riot to be with in real life.
You can grab a new std model Antea direct from Stowa for just about $700 USD. Sometimes they'll pop up used for a bit less used on Watchuseek. Not much cheaper as a big selling point that drives the resale price up is not having to wait 3+ months. (I had to wait 4 months for my Stowa Marine Automatic due to an ETA movement shortage, it was rough!!)
Not all are Japanese:Orient BambinoKent Wang BauhausStowa Marine - SLIGHTLY higher pricerange + approx. 3 month wait-list + GermanStowa Antea - SLIGHTLY higher pricerange + approx. 3 month wait-list + GermanRodina (Chinese Nomos Glashutte homage) - Go back one page on this threadSea-gull M185S/M186S/M187S - ChineseDaniel Wellington - Japanese Quartz / Swedish Brand. Simple, clean, cheapSeiko 5Junkers Bauhaus - GermanArchimede DeckWatch - SLIGHTLY higher pricerange + German
Gorgeous watch. Really like the styling, but I've never even heard of Stanton in passing. Is there history to this brand? quality? I see its automatic but what movement? Assume it must be an ETA?
Strap width at the lug seems oddly narrow for such a large-face watch. Is it expensive? Automatic/Mechanical?
I own the 1963 Chronograph. Love it. A bit on the smaller side (by today's oversized standards), but thats nice sometimes. Its completely mechanical/hand-wound and seems to have held up well. People compliment it often
Seiko Diver (SKX007, etc.) Seiko 5 Sea-Gull M186S, M185S, M187S (That Seagull on the gator band posted earlier is mine ) Orient ..... insert watch here Or save up a little bit and pick up a Stowa, Archimede Pilot, or Hamilton
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