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^ Your Hamilton field watch looks real good. You're right about those stock photos...
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Inspired by 0b5cur1ty:


Great watch with a great movement - I love mine. Enjoy!
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Love vintage Rolexes, the new ones are too blingy for me.

Rolex + bond strap = absolutely amazing.
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I love this watch. I have yet to review it:


Amazing watch.
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my 1950 omega bumper automatic on a bond nato.

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my 1950 omega bumper automatic on a bond nato.


Saweet.

Need
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im wearing this today

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my 1950 omega bumper automatic on a bond nato.


Awesome.
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Today: new seadweller for me

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I love this watch. I have yet to review it:


Seriously badass watch
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No as nice as Phat Guido's but still one of my favorites. Circa 1987.
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Both made in 1969..

Fantastic watches! I really love vintage Rolexes nowadays. The Sub on the Nato looks great, although I prefer the Date Just on a bracelet. My two bobs worth...
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Seiko Dolce. Really like the form of the crown which has a black bead of some sort on the end of it. Grandfather's watch so a bit small for my wrist.

Looks nice.
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NEW WATCH!
Orient 60th anniversary


Orient seem to range from the hideous to the very nice - this one's the latter.
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Interesting date pointers. I like it.
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Today's wear - two worn old pieces, with lovely patina...



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These have aged beautifully.
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Both made in 1969..

I like the simpler form of the one on the right.
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I love this watch. I have yet to review it:

I like the dial design.
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Originally Posted by slack tide View Post
Nothing fancy..


Looks versatile.
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Originally Posted by eightdouble View Post
my 1950 omega bumper automatic on a bond nato.

I'd prefer this on a leather strap, but regardless it's a handsome watch.
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im wearing this today


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Today: new seadweller for me


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No as nice as Phat Guido's but still one of my favorites. Circa 1987.

None of these three are my personal taste but nice to see them, and all three photos are great
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Bedat no. 7 (from about 2004, when the bedats themselves were still with the company.) Bedat doesn't get too much play, but I like them... they are simple, classic, with SLIGHT twists/variations on classic designs, and I find them reasonably priced. I got this one to replace my older Cartier tank Basculante, which always felt rather insubstantial to me... though I loved the shape.

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