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#466474 - 12/08/17 10:35 PM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Stuart Green]
Shooter Offline

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Registered: 06/09/07
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Loc: Oreton, Shropshire
I wear a Patek World time most days and from time to time a Patek Neptune. On the motorbike when overseas, the Citizen World time as it's not worth the hassle with the insurance company on the Patek's
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#466477 - 12/08/17 10:44 PM Re: Which Watch? [Re: twotribes]
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Originally Posted By twotribes
Ok, I'll take the bait...

Morgan - quirky, understated, outside the 'status' game

Breitling - none of the above

That must be why my Morgan watch is a Meistersinger Monograph



It only has an hour hand, no minute hand as such.

Perfectly accurate but if you want to read a watch to a fraction of a minute buy an Omega. Rolex, I have one, but for me Omega is much better.

I would love an Omega Dark side of the Moon Speedmaster but €10K is more than I want to spend on a watch.



I also have this, which costs a lot less and has a fraction of the weight.

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#466482 - 12/08/17 11:08 PM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Stuart Green]
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Registered: 20/04/14
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Loc: Dorset, UK
I was looking at sandalwood watches the other day, I quite fancy having a nice smelling watch that was in keeping with the mog!
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#466483 - 12/08/17 11:09 PM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Gambalunga]
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I'm not familiar with Meistersinger, but that watch is a thing of beauty. I love the colouring: the blue steel hour & second hands, the champagne face and sub dials.

I know I can only wear them one at a time, but it's all too easy to convince yourself you 'need' another watch...
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#466487 - 13/08/17 12:05 AM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Stuart Green]
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I've quite a few,... 66 Breitling Navitimer, 70 Omega Speedmaster, Heuer Monaco, Breitling Superocean Heritage, 77 Seiko Pepsi Chrono, 75 Seiko Diver, 80's Seiko Diver, a couple of Russian ones, a Hammond, and half a dozen odds.

Quite fancy a Seamaster.. you can't have too many watches!
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#466490 - 13/08/17 01:46 AM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Peter J]
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+1 for the Seiko.Skx 007. Tells the time, reliable as an old mower. Love it.

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#466493 - 13/08/17 04:22 AM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Stuart Green]
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Registered: 15/02/15
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I'm with all the retired guys. Watch? I am struggling with remembering what day it is.

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#466517 - 13/08/17 09:12 AM Re: Which Watch? [Re: SteveT]
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Originally Posted By marshalben
I'm with all the retired guys. Watch? I am struggling with remembering what day it is.

Maybe you need a calendar watch? laugh2

Originally Posted By SteveT
... you can't have too many watches!

I seem to apply that to camera kit (and handheld ham radios)...

Seems it has a name, all this collecting: GAS - Gear Acquisition Syndrome... grin2
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#466518 - 13/08/17 09:15 AM Re: Which Watch? [Re: marshalben]
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Originally Posted By marshalben
I'm with all the retired guys. Watch? I am struggling with remembering what day it is.


You need to have something you enjoy doing !
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#466519 - 13/08/17 09:19 AM Re: Which Watch? [Re: Stuart Green]
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A lot of willy wagging going on here!
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