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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadeem View Post
    Hereís mine


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    So thatís where the Daytonaís went..congratulations !

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael.jaye View Post
    Here’s my trio, something for every occasion for me really.

    Perfect set Mike. Well done keeping the YM.

    Martyn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gomers View Post
    My small SOTC, content with these.



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    Nice collection there.

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    Here is my current SOTC



    and this one



    regards all

    Martyn
    Last edited by MartynJC (UK); 5th April 2020 at 23:00.

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    My little collection...

    Just sold my BLNR (I think at possibly a very good time via luck not judgement) and have a bunch of tool watches and cheapies not pictured.

    Next incoming is supposed to be a Rolex 126600 but given the current situation a) who knows when and b) who knows if Iíll still be able to afford it!!


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    Something a little bit different on the way someone is presenting a collection..

    the Pontiff - Paul Pluta just uploaded my collection review.. enjoy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Evangelos View Post
    Something a little bit different on the way someone is presenting a collection..

    the Pontiff - Paul Pluta just uploaded my collection review.. enjoy!

    So did you get the wife a Rolex?😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by klunk View Post
    So did you get the wife a Rolex?
    She doesn't want any, I asked her in the past and she told me to buy her some cartier bracelets instead.. so I did :)

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    Here's my current, (for quite a while now,) collection. I'm no photographer and it was rather sunny for my courtyard photoshoot, so please excuse the rubbish photo'.

    And the 'Pelicase'.

    Cheers all, & stay safe.
    Last edited by Nealywheelie; 6th April 2020 at 20:21. Reason: Added watchbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nealywheelie View Post
    Here's my current, (for quite a while now,) collection. I'm no photographer and it was rather sunny for my courtyard photoshoot, so please excuse the rubbish photo'.

    And the 'Pelicase'.

    Cheers all, & stay safe.
    If I can just have your postcode and an idea of when youíre likely to be out......

    Lovely collection. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb1977 View Post
    If I can just have your postcode and an idea of when youíre likely to be out......

    Lovely collection. Congrats.
    Not likely to be 'out' anytime soon & thanks.

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    My very humble SOTC:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Evangelos View Post
    She doesn't want any, I asked her in the past and she told me to buy her some cartier bracelets instead.. so I did :)
    ! pop a night,guaranteed sex for life after buying her a Rolex evidently,though by the look of Archie I'm not sure he's qualified for giving advice on the fairer sex.
    He's right about the IWC.

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    Hereís mine as it stands today..




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    A plea for your SOTC

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    Some great SOTCs. Hereís mine...



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    I have a few other watches that are kept mainly for sentimental reasons and rarely worn but this is a quick pic of a collection that has taken me about 15 to 20 years (itís hard to say when it became an addiction) to put together. To be honest very few of these will ever leave now.


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    Here's mine (cheating slightly , as recently posted)

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    Just adding mine!


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    Great thread with some cracking watches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb1977 View Post
    If I can just have your postcode and an idea of when youíre likely to be out......

    Lovely collection. Congrats.
    Please be so kind and enlight me with the model of that Panerai....looks gorgeous

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    Quote Originally Posted by marius View Post
    Please be so kind and enlight me with the model of that Panerai....looks gorgeous

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    PAM176 base. Titanium. Manual.
    Last edited by jfb1977; 11th April 2020 at 12:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyal View Post
    Here's mine (cheating slightly , as recently posted)

    Classy JLC rdm, is that the 37 or 39 version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ped View Post
    Just adding mine!

    Really fancy a longines as a work watch

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    A plea for your SOTC

    There are some lovely collections on this thread
    A quick SOTC from me.
    Warning no care has been taken when composing these photos!

    British military watches


    US and Canadian military watches


    Military watches from other counties


    Homage / micro brands


    Vintage Odds and sods


    Citizens


    Seiko divers


    Sinn


    Omega and Tudor



    Lastly Odds and sods that live in the bed side cabinet (forgot about these)


    Whoops for forgot 2 Fortis




    Who know what will be bought next...

    Edit... this was bought next...
    Last edited by Sinnlover; 17th April 2020 at 13:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb1977 View Post
    PAM176 base. Titanium. Manual.
    Looking for that I reached this
    How actual is this? :) :) :)

    https://www.chrono24.ro/panerai/lumi...id14248672.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by marius View Post
    Looking for that I reached this
    How actual is this? :) :) :)

    https://www.chrono24.ro/panerai/lumi...id14248672.htm

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    WTF?! Iím assuming thatís a wind up. Hideous.


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    Sinnlover: Amazing collection(s) there. I really admire the haphazard presentation. Can you say how many watches you own without having to count them all?

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    I was trying to appear busy, to dodge the Mrs and her list of essential jobs she manages to dream up, so got the collection out for a bit of sun and a quick wipe over.









    Mainly Seiko, Citizen and Casio. I have been wearing the G's and the U1 since I don't need to sit in an office at the moment. When we eventually move back to the office the Chronomaster and SLA017 will be back in action, I might try and get the Explorer into the rotation again, seems a shame to leave it locked away.

    I don't know where the Railmaster is gong to fit when it arrives either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabiscuit View Post
    Sinnlover: Amazing collection(s) there. I really admire the haphazard presentation. Can you say how many watches you own without having to count them all?
    Thanks I guess 55/60
    I Start week 5 of WFH tomorrow and have yet to wear a watch twice, I will continue until I have worn them all (I have to take a picture each day so I remember what I have worn) - simple things keep me occupied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    Thanks I guess 55/60
    I Start week 5 of WFH tomorrow and have yet to wear a watch twice, I will continue until I have worn them all (I have to take a picture each day so I remember what I have worn) - simple things keep me occupied.
    There is a thread I made exactly for that!
    Please use it :)
    Keep it alive !
    Stay safe and Happy Easter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ac11111 View Post
    Classy JLC rdm, is that the 37 or 39 version?
    it's the 37mm, which feels just right to me

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    Some really great collections in this thread, here's my efforts:



    Stowa A Dial, Hanhart Monopusher, Tudor GMT, Sinn 103 S A Be, Speedmaster 145.022 (currently away for service hence the odd one out picture) and finally and Eberhart & Co Tazio Nuvolari.

    I also have an SXK013 but that will be going soon to make way for probably a turtle. I think I need more 3 handers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaEchoAlpha View Post
    Some really great collections in this thread, here's my efforts:



    Stowa A Dial, Hanhart Monopusher, Tudor GMT, Sinn 103 S A Be, Speedmaster 145.022 (currently away for service hence the odd one out picture) and finally and Eberhart & Co Tazio Nuvolari.

    I also have an SXK013 but that will be going soon to make way for probably a turtle. I think I need more 3 handers...
    I love that Sinn they manage to do blue dials very well in my opinion.


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    Here are mine at the moment. Rolex and Omega are getting the most wrist time as they're so easy to wash/sanitise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammers23 View Post
    Here are mine at the moment. Rolex and Omega are getting the most wrist time as they're so easy to wash/sanitise.
    Nice. I canít make out what the GMT is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePattinson View Post
    I love that Sinn they manage to do blue dials very well in my opinion.


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    Thanks, it is just stunning in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timor54 View Post
    Nice. I canít make out what the GMT is?
    It's a Seiko SBQJ017, bit of a rare beast.

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    Enjoying seeing people's collections; some lovely ones and some nice pics too. Sorry my pics aren't so good!













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    A bit late to the party


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaEchoAlpha View Post
    Some really great collections in this thread, here's my efforts:



    Stowa A Dial, Hanhart Monopusher, Tudor GMT, Sinn 103 S A Be, Speedmaster 145.022 (currently away for service hence the odd one out picture) and finally and Eberhart & Co Tazio Nuvolari.

    I also have an SXK013 but that will be going soon to make way for probably a turtle. I think I need more 3 handers...
    How long have you had the Sinn? Any thoughts? Mine should be here in next week or 2.

    Ian

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    That Blue Sinn is sick! Best shade of blue I have seen in a watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ism123 View Post
    How long have you had the Sinn? Any thoughts? Mine should be here in next week or 2.

    Ian
    Thanks Ian, I've had it since September (ish), honestly, it's amazing. I've previously had an acrylic 103, a 104 and also a 903 and it's the best of all of them in terms of appearance (I think the 903 was probably a better watch, and I'd have one again in a heartbeat but the 103 BE just has a wow factor), it's absoloutly stunning. It has that lovely aluminium friction bezel and the acrylic-dome shaped sapphire, it really is unique in all the limited edtions 103's because of that (all other sapphires have the raised bezel) and the colourway is sublime, especially in the sun. I know it's a thick watch, but the domed crysrals on both sides make up a large portion of thickness, meaning it wears pretty well actually.

    It's not perfect, it'd be better if the day/date wheel matched and it was a hair thinner, but honestly you see it in the sun with that amazing blue bezel and you just forgive it of the little foibles. I fell in love with them when they were released and managed to get mine for a half decent price on eBay, really chuffed with it. I had it advertised a few months ago but withdrew it in the end, it's just too nice and difficult to replace.

    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    That Blue Sinn is sick! Best shade of blue I have seen in a watch.
    Thanks - It's stunning-er in person!

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    Zenith Stratos, very nice. Right up my street.
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    A bit late to the party

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaEchoAlpha View Post
    Thanks Ian, I've had it since September (ish), honestly, it's amazing. I've previously had an acrylic 103, a 104 and also a 903
    I do love a good chrono and that in combination with a blue dial...mmmm

    My blue 104 should be here soon, not had a day date watch before so looking forward to that.

    Ian

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    LR top to bottom

    G shock, 40s Onsetta
    IWC ingenieur 3239, Submariner 14060M
    Speedmaster Moonwatch "tintin", Oysterquartz 17000 Buckley dial
    Lip Nautic Ski
    Timex Snoopy NASA, Tissot day date PR516 GL

    116610LV separately.

    My favourites are the 14060m, OQ, LV, and Lip.

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    Iíd love to try an OQ but Iím pretty sure itíll feel too small on my wrist, that Buckley is lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    There are some lovely collections on this thread
    A quick SOTC from me.
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    Seiko divers


    Who know what will be bought next...
    Can you let me know what model Seiko that is with the waffle strap? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by McBeardy View Post
    Can you let me know what model Seiko that is with the waffle strap? Thanks


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    Itís a thin case 6309 with a crappy aftermarket dial and hands (bought from eBay before I got in the Seiko's)
    I use it as my work watch when I am on site (it will be worn tomorrow)
    I would like to return it to stock but finding a dial and hand set (real) on eBay is difficult so itís worn but on the list of watches to get sorted one day.

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