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    Quote Originally Posted by SSK007 View Post
    I like that, is it an auto / quartz?
    Quartz, the JLC Mechaquartz movement inside.

    It's a really nice oddball piece.

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    My Rado,
    I love the design, and it was my first decent watch.


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    One of my faves..

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    What's your favourite quartz watch!

    My tuna.



    Besides being a stunner, this post on the movement really helped in my appreciation for quartz. It is two posts down.

    http://forums.watchuseek.com/f21/wha.../topics/439547


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    My partner has several 'posh' watches, Rolex, Cartier. But the one she wears most is a simple Citizen eco-drive 30mm, water resistant to 100metres, with six year guarantee. Cost....£150.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed335d View Post
    Still affordable if you can find them - My Mrs has a few!

    That's the kiddy!

    I think they are a cracking looking little watch. I'm always looking on eBay for one. I think it'd be a good watch for my son too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie747 View Post
    One of my faves..

    SBGV005
    Beautiful piece reggie, very nice!

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    These 2 should cover most situations




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    I have been collecting quartz watches avidly for quite some time. This is my current fave quartz watch.

    I've got it from https://sweetbuyouts.com/products/ne...ovski-necklace online store
    Last edited by SammyS; 6th December 2018 at 14:48.

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    Omega seamaster 2264

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    Nowadays - this one ...



    ...just a Seiko to most non WIS.

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    CWC's RN diver"s watch (no date) on an original MN strap. Tough, uncomplicated but with a certain style.

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    Basic Grand Seiko. Least expensive Grand Seiko. Unsullied design.


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    Another CWC diver. Matt case and black bezel.


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    This old thing. 20 years old and still ticking away.

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    Too many to choose from but these at the moment

    casio super illuminator 05 dec 2018 a by sulie preece, on Flickr

    Citizen 21st Nov 2018 a by sulie preece, on Flickr

    Casio 18th Oct 18 by sulie preece, on Flickr

    Seiko 17th Oct 2018 a by sulie preece, on Flickr

    Rotary 24th Aug 2018 a by sulie preece, on Flickr

    Timex GMT 31st May 2018 by sulie preece, on Flickr

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    This one currently



    but I still like my EZM2 & whilst I've sold it now, these are great

    Andy

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    Still this one for me with the 7 piece link bracelet and individually applied minute markers




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    Has to be my Grand Seiko HAQ SBGX263, really - beautiful in form, and admirable in function. A watch with a lot of thought put into it by GS.

    Honorable mention to my CWC G10, a super little watch with an ETA 955 that is terrifically accurate, even by quartz standards.

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    Certainly not to everyone's tastes, but everyone who's tasted one likes the taste. The best, practical G-Shock there is, the GW-5000-1JF. Solar/atomic with a fully-featured module and only two drawbacks; a quietish alarm and compared to battery powered Gs, a backlight that while entirely functional is not as bright.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringer View Post

    Honorable mention to my CWC G10, a super little watch with an ETA 955 that is terrifically accurate, even by quartz standards.
    Seconded. Fantastic watch and my favourite quartz. Mine is currently running +/- 0 against my atomic G Shock.

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    My black quartz SMP is my favourite as it was a present from the Mrs many years ago but this rare Doxa Aqualung US divers comes close.


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    A humble Seiko SGG731. Great size, all titanium, good movement (hits every marker and 5 year battery life), sapphire, decent water resistance, slate grey dial, applied markers and baton hands. And all for not much more than £100. No half links provided, but it happened to size perfectly for my wrist. Happy days - undoubtedly the best value watch I own.

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    This, by a long way



    If the lume were better it would be perfect.
    In fact, I think I am going to get mine relumed to make it so, but it is still penty good enough as it is.
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    This, by a long way



    If the lume were better it would be perfect.
    In fact, I think I am going to get mine relumed to make it so, but it is still penty good enough as it is.
    Dave
    Which model is this?

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    It is the A-13A chronograph by a great Italian guy called Paolo Fanton.
    100m WR, centre seconds and minutes on the chrono, and hour-hacking make this a very usable watch for all occasions.
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    This, by a long way



    If the lume were better it would be perfect.
    In fact, I think I am going to get mine relumed to make it so, but it is still penty good enough as it is.
    Dave
    I'll second that, a cracking quartz watch.


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    I just love the design of the mondaine Swiss railway watch. Havenít seen a stop2go one, but thatís a unique quartz movement thatís very cool.


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    Has to be this, TAG Aquaracer/Alarm. Not been off my wrist in nearly a year!

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