Show us your watch!

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Crandoggler, 2 Oct 2015.

  1. Crandoggler

    Crandoggler Senior Member

    Looking at buying a Bulova soon and was interested to see what watches other people have.

    So, sadly I don't have a photo of mine yet, but I'm sure you do!

    Show me what you've got!
     
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  2. It's not a watch, it's a 'timepiece', you don't 'show' it, or 'wear' it, you give it 'wrist time'. Those aren't 'dials' they are 'complication'. Don't you dare come in here with anything less than a Patek Philippe Tourbillon Sky moon, or else.
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    855,741 of your finest pounds.
     
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    Crandoggler

    Crandoggler Senior Member

    It's a beautiful thing though isn't it!
     
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  4. Hugh Manatee

    Hugh Manatee Veteran

    I have a Seiko Automatic, the 200m version. Not so expensive but I quite like the style.

    Just noticed it says "Add tags" above your original post. Quite appropriate!
     
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  5. phil_hg_uk

    phil_hg_uk I am not a member, I am a free man !!!!!!

    I have one of these as my everyday watch, I like it :smile:

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    Crandoggler

    Crandoggler Senior Member

    Very nice. This is the watch I'm pining after at the moment!
     

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  7. HertzvanRental

    HertzvanRental Veteran

    There you go!! £10.00 the lot!!
     

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  8. Drago

    Drago Guru

    Location:
    Poshamptonshire.
    Functional and as near indestructible as possible is necessary for a manly type like me, so I wear...
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    The Traser is interesting. It's not a traditional luminous watch, but the glow in the dark bits are radioactive and give constant illumination regardless of how much lighthouse been exposed to. The case is a carbon/aramid fibre job, so is pleasantly strong and light.
     
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    Crandoggler

    Crandoggler Senior Member

    Tritium gas by any chance? I think Nite sell some similar watches with the same beta radiation in them.
     
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  10. Drago

    Drago Guru

    Location:
    Poshamptonshire.
    Yes, that sounds about right. Tiny capsules of the gas.
     
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  11. Cubist

    Cubist Still wavin' Moderator

    Location:
    Ovver 'thill
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    1967 Omega Constellation Chronometer. Dad bought it in 1970 when his mum died, and I inherited it from him.

    Weekend watch: (stock photo, not my actual watch:smile: Hamilton Khaki Field Auto 42mm:
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  12. sackville d

    sackville d Über Member

    Location:
    Todmorden
    DSCN1202.JPG Bought one of these, Steinhart Ocean One Vintage to mark Mums passing earlier in the year. Not my watch but a much better image than I could conjure up,
    metal strap off ,leather nato on.
     
  13. Mrs M

    Mrs M Veteran

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    I thought it said taser at first :wacko:
     
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  14. Ffoeg

    Ffoeg .

    Location:
    The Isle of Carl
    Suunto X-lander for me. Ali and Carbon fibre loveliness

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  15. Mrs M

    Mrs M Veteran

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    I don't have any posh watches as I tend to accidentally break them.
    Mr M bought me this contraption (not exactly what I wanted) for my last birthday.
    Upside it it's virtually indestructible and so gigantic I won't lose it. :smile: image.jpg
     
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