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Any love for my simple BM?
Definitely. Cool watch and a genuinely original design amidst all the me-too divers. Enjoy!
post #4862 of 48312
Could anyone help me price check a Hamilton and Omega. Send me a PM if you can help. Thanks
post #4863 of 48312
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Here is a casual day with Patek 5712G.

Great watch. I just returned from visiting an AD where I found myself drooling over several PPs. I prefer simple watches, but I still get excited about the complications when I see them.
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PAM91 today.
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My buddy's stunning 312 on my wrist for a couple of minutes at our BMW meet today.
post #4866 of 48312
Just picked up a Stowa Antea with an extra brown leather strap for $300 in like new condition. Not the most expensive watch but I really like it.
post #4867 of 48312
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Any love for my simple BM?

I've got an Orange Monster with a Bond strap on my wrist today for furniture moving. It sure takes a beating.
post #4868 of 48312
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Here is a casual day with Patek 5712G.

One of the least loved Patek designs also happen to be one of my favourite, as long as it's on leather.

I like your watch.
post #4869 of 48312
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My buddy's stunning 312 on my wrist for a couple of minutes at our BMW meet today.


Nice picture! Panerai definitely has its place in a well rounded sporty collection. Your buddy has good taste.
post #4870 of 48312
Here is a manual wind Panerai Radiomir with the 8 day JLC movement. Rose gold for the pink cloud days. I don't wear this one often enough.


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The now discontinued Seiko Spirit "Blue Spark" as part of my rotation - it is currently staying in my watch winder to be called upon at any time

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continuing the seiko theme, i just got this as a holiday/dive watch. my first from this brand and i'm really impressed with the construction
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post #4873 of 48312
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continuing the seiko theme, i just got this as a holiday/dive watch. my first from this brand and i'm really impressed with the construction

What kind of seiko is that? And I'm assuming the T for tritium? I know that's what it is supposed to mean, I've just never seen it on a seiko before.
post #4874 of 48312
it's a modified sk007, with dial and hands by bill yao of MKII. I'm also unsure about the T- i had the idea that nobody used tritium any more because of its radioactive content ( i could be wrong).
the dial is essentially a 'homage' to the design of the omega sm300 and i believe some of those had a T on the dial so perhaps its just there for authenticity's sake?
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I like these, I have an orange monster.

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