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javyn

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I see Lorier chrono uses the China made ST19, worth checking out, the last remaining affordable mechanical chrono movement, a clone of Venus 175, column wheel to boot.

https://www.lorierwatches.com/products/gemini-white

panda dial too on the white version, reverse panda on the black
Looks nice. Chronos aren't my thing, but if they were I imagine I'd just say hell with it and go quartz.
 

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This is the third piece of my latest splurge. Axios flagship, part of the Zelos group (I believe). Very pleased with the watch and the first class service. Free DHL 3 day delivery. I also got the matching stingray strap. Lets see how long I can last before my next fall from the wagon....:laugh: :blush:

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This is the third piece of my latest splurge. Axios flagship, part of the Zelos group (I believe). Very pleased with the watch and the first class service. Free DHL 3 day delivery. I also got the matching stingray strap. Lets see how long I can last before my next fall from the wagon....:laugh: :blush:

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I just discovered Zelos, which I like what I'm reading. Picked up a 3000m bronze hunk from them.

I really like that stingray strap! I almost bought one - as soon as I figure out what colors work for me, I'll nab one.
 

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I just discovered Zelos, which I like what I'm reading. Picked up a 3000m bronze hunk from them.

I really like that stingray strap! I almost bought one - as soon as I figure out what colors work for me, I'll nab one.
Zelos has a very similar watch. $100 more. I was torn between the two.
 

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Two more watches. Thanks to this thread I have bought a watch repair kit and saved over $200 in battery changes.

The Michael Kors watch was a gift from my wife for our 2nd wedding anniversary (8 years ago) and therefore a sentimental piece. It's engraved on the watch back.
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Vincero is probably the 2nd watch I've ever purchased for myself. I like the IWC Portuguese vibes. Currently eye-ing a Parnis Automatic. After a battery change it was good to go.
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My Lorier Falcon. Lovely dial!:inlove:
Damn it now I'm wanting a Falcon in blue

From Russia (well, the Soviet Union) with love.

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I miss my blue Scuba Dude but man that thing was janky. I spent twice as much as what the watch cost on a solid 316L bracelet, then the damn hands fell off and I decided not to throw any more money at it.

13-year old Seiko

How's it holding up? My Prospex started losing time again and a hard smack is no longer correcting it so I'm having it regulated this weekend.
 
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Damn it now I'm wanting a Falcon in blue



I miss my blue Scuba Dude but man that thing was janky. I spent twice as much as what the watch cost on a solid 316L bracelet, then the damn hands fell off and I decided not to throw any more money at it.



How's it holding up? My Prospex started losing time again and a hard smack is no longer correcting it so I'm having it regulated this weekend.
I hope the hands don't fall off. The stem sure is wobbly, though, but it was $50, so what should I expect?
 

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