The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Breitling, JLC etc...) - Page 2319
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Makes the watch less desirable for me personally and I had it on my shortlist.
Then again, these might end up being part of a small mistake batch and end up selling for $23940823498203498234 down the line.
Plz add commas and/or a decimal point....otherwise my brain cannot calculate LOL.
I agree. While I recently sold my Luminor because I nearly never wore it - mostly due to it feeling too large at 44mm - I still appreciate the design and have come to like the Radiomirs even more. I definitely prefer the simple, historic models like the 183 and 210. At 45mm they would be too large for me, but I think they might be a good fit for you. The 42mm Radiomirs like the 337 are really appealing to me (would like it even better as a pure base model, but AFAIK they don't make that).
Anyone looking to buy H Moser & Cie? Unusually for my local AD's, I can actually get a good price: fact is that nobody here knows the maker, aficionados are few, and they've been sitting there for ages. The AD won't be keeping the agency or re-ordering so is happy to let them go pretty cheap. So if anyone wants a quote for a proxy, just shout. Personally, I think they're really impressive. Out of my price range for now, but I'd be happy to help. They have some others (moon, calendar and some others) in yellow gold that I didn't try on, but I find these especially delicious:
Mayu: I love the power reserve in the back, seems to be on most of their models.
Mayu in white gold with marron (brown) dial:
Mayu in palladium with "fumé" ("smoked") dial:
Henry double hairspring in white gold (sorry I forgot the rear shot - me of all people!):