Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Crandoggler, 2 Oct 2015.
Those are beautiful, I'm very envious.
I got this watch in an auction along with some other bits and bobs. I had never heard of the make before, NISUS, from the late 60's it is running well and keeping
That's a great find @Illaveago
Ahhh yes my lovely Citizen , currently lying somewhere in the bottom of Plymouth sound
These two arrived this morning.
I was going to buy one but my wife said to get two, so when i cash in my chips there would be no fighting between my two sons as to who got the watch.
My Tissot T Touch
not got space for another bike so pulled the trigger on a Watch i've hankered after since being a little kid....(some say I still am).
buy the way the box it came in could probably house a bike now got to find somewhere to store that.
Why did you post this? Superb! have turned a bright shade of green as it puts my De Ville in its place. My favourite Omega has been a Moonwatch but your's might just knock them off top spot. Enjoy wearing it.
Sorry all the watches here are everyone’s best
Only got mine as it’s the closest I’ll get to being an Astronaut
My Christmas present
No problem at all, I might be envious that I don't own every watch I desire, but I don't begrudge those that do.
A birthday gift 16 years ago from my dear Aunt, which was stolen by my mother (I never had the heart to tell my aunt) and I found its identical last year unopened on E-bay! It plays Love Me Tender when the button is pressed
I got these watches in an auction today . They looked interesting as well as needing a good clean. I have never heard of the makes so it will be interesting doing a bit of research.
The Prim was made in Czechoslovakia, the other 2 are Swiss made .
Pictures of before and after a bit of a clean .
Just cheapies from me. Would love to show of the Tudor Pelagos I lust after, but alas....
First watch in many many years. Came on a fairly poor strap so knocked up a nice fat leather one for it.
Then I got bored of the PVD so stripped it back to brass.
Then came my first automatic for my 40th birthday.....
.....along with an Eco drive pilot (on another homemade strap).
Then I found a great deal on a G Shock Rangeman, and while I initially bought it for rough stuff, it's actually barely left my wrist in over 2 years. Soooooo comfortable and useful.
This is my Omega Seamaster Quartz. I inherited it from my Father following his death in May this year. I had a full service done by Omega and it came back looking a million dollars, IMO.
I like the fact it's quietly understated. It's only worth about the cost of the service it had done, but to me it's priceless and reminds me of Dad whenever I wear it.
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