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    My humble watches collection from Timefactor
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    You should be proud of that collection. You have some lovely pieces.

    My Timefactors collection is humble



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    Not a very big collection at the moment!


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    These two at the moment!



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    These three. PRS-42, PRS-2 & PRS-1


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    Just the two for me but looking forward to the Caribbean launch later this year to make it a trio. The PRS-50 is a stonking watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trident-7 View Post
    These three. PRS-42, PRS-2 & PRS-1

    Wow...Nice trio...

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    My little gang missing the inbound white dial Vanguard


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    These two....................




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    Just this old thing.

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    A few.


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    Thought I was missing one.
    It's on me wrist!!


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    At the moment this ...













    But hopefully that’s all about to change with possibility of 3 of Eddie’s arriving this year!!


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    Just these two at moment, waiting for the white face Everests !
    Bought eldest a PRS3 for his 18th a few years back.





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    Just this lovely watch from the Timefactors stable:



    Hoping I might have some spare cash for an AM or a white dial everest later this year but it isn't looking likely. The wife is interested in one of the Caribbeans when they come out.

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    Show your Timefactor collection

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    Just a few for me at the moment:

    PRS-28 Smiths Radio Room



    PRS-29 Smiths Air Ministry



    PRS-25 Smiths Everest 36mm



    Love wearing all of them!

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    I have a few:







    All get regular wrist time, and I would struggle to select a favorite,.... but if pushed, it might be the PRS 9 :-)

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    Happy with mine


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    And gone, but not forgotten.








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    Only have the PRS-5 at the moment.

    Had the PRS-22 GMT but let it go earlier this year.

    Been eyeing the PRS-82 for a while but doing well in resisting the temptation.


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    Mine has increased to two as of this morning


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    Spectacular watches gents!

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    PRS-20, PRS-22 & PRS-25

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorum View Post
    Mine has increased to two as of this morning

    Ohhh - very nice indeed and they do look a handsome pair. I'm tempted by a 36mm Everest, although it would probably be too small for me. Or more accurately I'm probably too large for it. LOL.

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    I only have the PRS-29B in the collection at the moment, from the first batch and it's a firm favourite. I do enjoy manual winders.



    But I've had a few of Eddie's creations in my time. In no particular order....

    The PRS-14 - which is still the one I miss most of all the watches I've sold.



    The PRS-18Q - which is a great watch. I shouldn't have sold my first one! The only downside was that the second's hand missed the markers on the replacement I bought, which meant it didn't stay long. A fantastic grab and go watch.




    I've had both the PRS-20C and then the PRS-20. These are beautifully put together watches, oozing solidity and quality. Sadly for me, they just don't fit with my mental image of a watch that I should wear. In other words they didn't feel right on my wrist.





    Had a PRS-10 - another one gone and who knows why?



    Even had a PRS-53 at one point. This was I think an automatic that a previous owner had converted to manual - on the right
    next to the PRS-14 and PRS-29B.




    Finally, I also had a PRS-25 (40mm) which was too large for me - again next to the 29B.


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    I only have this at the present time but it will increase fairly soon....I hope

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    These three and still regretting letting the Broadarrow prs5 go.

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    My current crop.

    (I have a feeling that I've got one or two others but in the middle of a house refurb at the moment and stuff's all over the place).




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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphy View Post
    My current crop.

    (I have a feeling that I've got one or two others but in the middle of a house refurb at the moment and stuff's all over the place).




    R
    Thats a really nice collection, something I'm aspiring to have at some stage.
    Im just starting out with mine. so only 1 so far, 2 by tomorrow though!
    Ive got the PRS-18q so far and wanted a PRS-82 and from your pic can see there is a lot of difference visually between them so will still search one out next.
    I really like the look of the dreadnought too!
    Cheers,
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    And here it is lol

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    I have four Timefactors watches in the collection but more will be added in the future. Very satisfying watches overall.






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    I love the diversity of Eddies designs....

    Six in this box




    Aone one hiding away in this box

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    THE CURRENT CROP


    PRS06 – I love having a Broadarrow. The best name from TF, shame it was snatched away.





    PRS18Q – The ultimate Beater





    PRS28 – Not many about, a gift from my wife and very unique!





    PRS29AM – I like to take a little credit for the seed of the idea for this one.





    PRS29B – My most worn watch as I always change into it in the office. Does a perfect job.






    ONES THAT HAVE PASSED THROUGH MY HANDS


    PRS05 – Great looker but don’t really use a crono





    PRS09 – Construction of this was amazing but was a bit large for me. Great to wind.





    PRS14 – Perfect design elements from the past, but a bit heavy for my wrists





    PRS20 – Lovely look, but a bit big for my writs. Smaller version would be lovely





    PRS20C – Really loved the look, but a bit large for me.





    PRS25 mk1 – Noisy rotor put me off a little, but everything else was lovely. Looking forward to getting a 36mm white and maybe black





    PRS37 – This one was fun. Modded. I think the movement should be used more!





    PRS53 – Decided it was to similar to other I had. Maybe I should of hung onto it…





    PRS82 – This was just great. But never could decide if I liked the lume. Would love a version in a modern dive lume configuration.





    Thinks that’s my lot! For now…
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    My current crop. (Yes, I like a perlon, the Everest only went back on the bracelet a few hours ago from a perlon as well!)

    My wife also has a Lady Speedbird, which is a relatively rare beast.
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    My current collection of Timefactors watches

    I regret letting the PRS-17c, PRS-25 and PRS-29 go


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    Only a couple for me at the moment:

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    Up until earlier this year, I had three, but the PRS-22 GMT went to another member here in response to a WTB.

    That has left these two, a PRS-25 Everest (36mm) and PRS-29A Military (earlier fixed bar version)



    Both superb watches, the 25 bought as an alternative to my 114270 and the 29A lead to my getting an original Smiths W10.

    More 36mm watches please Eddie!
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    I just got started

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