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    I have been enjoying wearing the SBGA407G, nice change from my sports watches.

    Dial is truly amazing.





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    Quote Originally Posted by coredriller View Post
    Nice and simple


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    Yep, that sums up your photographic skills quite nicely.

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    My only watch without any lume, so it must be a dress watch.


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    For today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyman View Post
    Yep, that sums up your photographic skills quite nicely.
    sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by coredriller View Post
    sorry
    No need to apologise.

    Just ignore him.

    Lovely watch by the way

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    and recently tried on a more dressed down strap

    Lastly my birth year Longines but itís getting sold

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    this 33mm gold rolex from 1960 was too small for my 8" wrist.i gave it to mrs greasemonkey ,she wears it as a dress watch...i prefer this as at 36mm it wears better..
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    My Seiko presage :) Great value[


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    When you borrow it from your wife and dont want to give it back...
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    Quote Originally Posted by martyloveswatches View Post
    When you borrow it from your wife and dont want to give it back...
    Nice.

    My latest addition as well. This is about 40ish years old and although it's not the same watch it's the same as my first ever watch, many many years ago. I lost it in various house moves and was lucky enough to find one on ebay. It's keeping time too :)


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    Junghans Attache automatic watch .


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    Since the DJ41 left, it's this 1972 Oysterdate Precision on those duties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetlee View Post
    Not for everyone but here's mine. Alexander Shorokhoff SixtyThree. 40mm.



    Quite casual in a tan strap.

    Beautiful watch!! I'm just about to buy one of these because of your picture...

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    And mine

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    JLC Master Control 37mm20200425_164816-01.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuvolablue View Post
    JLC Master Control



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    Excellent, much prefer this to my JLC Master Hometime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    Excellent, much prefer this to my JLC Master Hometime!
    Thank you. It's definitely a keeper.

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    These days and being retired this is as good as it gets to walk the dogs.



    But still miss my JLC home time
    I FEEL LIKE I'M DIAGONALLY PARKED IN A PARALLEL UNIVERSE

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    Longines heritage. Not a pure dress watch but it does the job for me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenko View Post
    Longines heritage. Not a pure dress watch but it does the job for me.



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    U got a big wrist? I have this and it looks big on my wrist (6.75"). Looks better on yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefmcd View Post
    U got a big wrist? I have this and it looks big on my wrist (6.75"). Looks better on yours.

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    Not really, 7.25”

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    This will do for me while saving for a GS snowflake.




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    Day-Date 1803

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    Quote Originally Posted by coredriller View Post
    Nice and simple


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    I do like these. I hope you don't wear it at work though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caruso View Post
    I do like these. I hope you don't wear it at work though!
    Wouldn't dream of it. Strictly off site.

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    Show off your daily dress watches!

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Goyne View Post
    This will do for me while saving for a GS snowflake.




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    Thatís a beauty. Iím considering adding to the collection. How do you find the daily wear comfort factor?


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    Show off your daily dress watches!

    For me, this is one my favorites. Time keeping is excellent on it. Perfect for my daily wear.


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    Last edited by Speedie; 7th May 2020 at 02:40.

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    New to me, intended to be my daily wearer once normality is resumed and I'm back in the office.

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    my contenders:
    the RW is an automatic and the Rotary a 9ct hand wind in super condition.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Caruso View Post
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    I think I need to get me one of these. So versatile on leather straps...


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    Quote Originally Posted by redmonaco View Post
    Beautiful watch!! I'm just about to buy one of these because of your picture...
    Only just seen this. That's a great compliment, thank-you. Did you buy one in the end?

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    Also this, my first GS




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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Goyne View Post
    This will do for me while saving for a GS snowflake.




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    Very nice. What model is that?

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    A few different strap options on my Zenith Elite 37mm.20191009_140217.jpg20190413_203506-01.jpg

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    Master Control dressed down with a Master Compressor strap.

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    Been wearing this loads...but is it a dress watch?


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    Rolex and Omega dress up dress down


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    Quote Originally Posted by TomGW View Post
    Very nice. What model is that?
    it's a cocktail time, there are a few of them and they're all nice

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    One of my few dress watches.





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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    One of my few dress watches.

    Snap, almost:



    I like this one a lot. I do wish the hands and markers were better quality though. Everything else about it could easily pass for costing 8 times what it actually does. I might have to try the Seiko at some point for comparison. It's interesting to see both Seiko and Orient put out two such similar looking models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robt View Post
    Snap, almost:



    I like this one a lot. I do wish the hands and markers were better quality though. Everything else about it could easily pass for costing 8 times what it actually does. I might have to try the Seiko at some point for comparison. It's interesting to see both Seiko and Orient put out two such similar looking models.
    Reminds me of the Orient Professional 300m diver and Seiko MM300 comparison!

    Orient are owned by Seiko, so maybe some model refinement/upgrade between brands?

    That Orient looks great though!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    Reminds me of the Orient Professional 300m diver and Seiko MM300 comparison!

    Orient are owned by Seiko, so maybe some model refinement/upgrade between brands?
    Comparisons yes, but the MM300 and Orient saturation diver are very, very different. These are almost identical. I hope it's not a sign of corporate convergence that might ultimately lead to Orient being relegated to a sub-brand rather than an in-house manufacturer in its own right. With these, in spite of the similarities, you can see the two watches have different movements because the bridge is a different shape.

    I do like the fact that the movement in this Orient is probably unique, in that I believe the bridge is chamfered and polished specifically for the open-heart version. Certainly, the other side of the movement isn't as well finished. I would imagine the rest of the Bambino range have plain unfinished movements. The same most likely applies to the Seiko too.

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    Normal (ergo "non-sports") watches are my everyday wear anyway.

    Towards the sports end (well, it has a screw down crown and a (beautiful quality) rubber strap) . . .



    Bit more "dressy" but goes with anything (and just plain gorgeous) . . .



    The "Captain" suits any occasion too . . .



    As does the Dornie . . .



    And, a bit cheaper but very worthy nonetheless . . .



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    Post no 100 :)
    If Panerai can be considered in this configuration dress watch then OK.
    If not the Longines should cover this area :)

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    Last edited by marius; 11th May 2020 at 11:00.

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