^nice. when it comes to simple understated wristwatches vintage stuff is awesome. it can become a conversation piece. I've had random people just start asking me about a vintage watch I'm wearing on the subway. The weird part is that its women most of the time.
I got really into vintage Hamilton Watches about 3-4 years back... it can become a huge rabbit hole though when you start scouring eBay and watch forums.
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I was simultaneously pissed and happy when J. Crew started selling the timex look alike military watches. These three spanned WWII through Vietnam war.
I've got some nice regular/modern watches a brietling, an omega, and a rolex, but once you start wearing vintage wearing new watches almost seems uncool.
once I started buying vintage hamilton pocketwatches (they have a lot of history with america and train scheduling).. I knew I went too far and had to decide to focus a specific genre. So now I just look for old hamilton military wrist watches.