mmmm... Rum! I'll have to have a bit tonight.
I have a couple nice ones.
I've been a keen admirer of these for quite some time now and I finally got round to adding one to my collection. The Max Bill Chronoscope by Junghans is a somewhat different watch, its designer a Bauhaus student, its clear to see where its inspiration comes from. This one comes with a 40mm white dial which is clinically clean, and incredible eligible. It wears quite a bit bigger than its size suggests due to the almost non-existent bezel. The case shape is slightly strange, UFO like in fact due
I saw there was recent post on here about the Aquanaut, so here's another. I picked this up in October but a combination of forgetting it was buried at the back of my safe and some other pieces hogging wrist time mean i only started wearing it last month. Boy was that a mistake, this has to be one of the most comfortable watches i have ever owned and surprisingly a great watch to wear on those hot summer days. The dimensions and modest thickness of the case couple together with the gorgeous tropical
Zenith El Primero 1969 Re-Issue
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