Originally Posted by yywwyy
That looks to be in amazing condition. Beautiful watch!
I've really come to appreciate vintage watches. And you don't have to spend a pile to get something decent, either. For instance, this 1960s Enicar I found in a Budapest street market is just as beautiful and well-made as anything you'll find currently. At ≈ 36 mm, the size is spot-on for a dressy watch, but because the current fad (played-out, in my opinion) is for oversized try-hard stuff, there are a lot of undervalued gems out there. I've had a few large-for-no-functional-reason watches, but they're long gone and I've never missed them at all. I'm quite tall, my wrist is 200 mm / 7 3/4" around, and 40 mm-ish is about as big as I care to wear.