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Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 13 - Views: 3978
Seiko one pusher chrono 5717-8990
My only Seiko chronograph.
I love the patina of the dial.

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Author: WisWatcher - Replies: 4 - Views: 2701
Seiko Lord Matic 5606 - The one flaw within
Navigating one’s way around the vintage Seiko model hierarchy is in one sense straightforward but in another extremely perplexing. Our perspective in this regard has been rooted predominantly in the positioning of the various members of the Seikomatic lines with the path up the greasy pole taking us from the modest but still rather splendid 6206 Weekdaters, through highly jewelled Seikomatic middle management to great pretenders and all the way up to something rather Grand. But that route someho
Author: SaletCivin - Replies: 9 - Views: 3584
Citizen Eco Drive One
Author: Addictionist - Replies: 7 - Views: 2642
Why you just cannot own one watch
I just thought to put my opinion on paper - for those with grumbling wives: pay attention, for this is going to be interesting. 

First off, how many watches have you killed in your younger days? And how much did that cost you? A lot I would bet... One after the other. So there is your first argument: one watch will force you to use it for any purpose, any activity and it will just destroy it. Take your old quartz swimming? Gone with the wind, well drowned in the pool actually. So, a dive watc
Author: WisWatcher - Replies: 4 - Views: 2466
Seiko Lord Matic 5606 - The one flaw within
Navigating one’s way around the vintage Seiko model hierarchy is in one sense straightforward but in another extremely perplexing. Our perspective in this regard has been rooted predominantly in the positioning of the various members of the Seikomatic lines with the path up the greasy pole taking us from the modest but still rather splendid 6206 Weekdaters, through highly jewelled Seikomatic middle management to great pretenders and all the way up to something rather Grand. But that route someho
Author: Addictionist - Replies: 6 - Views: 1647
One watch for life
I believe most of the men around us could do with one watch - you know, the serial killer owners.... For those of us who frequent forums like this one, only one watch would leave us “unfulfilled”. There’s just too much variety. For me to sell off the collection, buy an Explorer I, and call it good?

I think not. For instance, I just ordered a $150 Seagull A-type flieger while wearing a very expensive Ball Aviator ....most “normal” people would think that to be crazy behavior, but hey, I “neede