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    Join Date: Apr 2013

    Location: Barry, South Wales, UK

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    I'm Rich.

    Default Anyone keen on watches?

    Any AOS'ers into watches?

    I like a watch that ticks so I have a couple of quartz models and only one auto.

    I'd be interested to see what other members have, I'd imagine the same discerning taste that draws people to good hifi and music might also result in a decent watch or two.

    Clearaudio Emotion with Clearaudio Performer cart
    Copland CDA 266
    Copland CSA 28
    Squeezebox Touch
    Impulse Lali
    Van Damme I/Cs and cables

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    Join Date: Jan 2009

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    A Rolex Oyster given to me as a 21st birthday present by my parents. And a Bulova Accutron with a rectangular watch face and black leather strap, that I only wear with my DJ when the occasion arises.
    Last edited by Barry; 21-08-2017 at 19:36.
    Barry

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    Join Date: Oct 2014

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    Speedmaster. Coveted one for ages and got one as a wedding present. Worn it every day since.

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    Join Date: Mar 2017

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    A Longines, Omega, Maurice Lacroix, Seiko and a Swatch. I think I even have a Casio some place.

    As you can see all high end quality.
    Main: Tidal/Roon > MiniITX > Metrum Hex > LDR > either Radford STA25 V or Trilogy 968 > Tannoy (Eaton or Berkeley).
    2nd: Tidal/Roon > Roopio on Pi > Chevron Paradox > Firebottle Buffer > Sugden Masterclass 2018 spec > Kudos Cardea


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    Join Date: Feb 2013

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    Several American pocket watches varying ages going back to 1880's
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    Join Date: May 2012

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    Nope , never been interested , I use my phone , clock at home, car clock , cooker clock , bedside alarm clock etc
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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    Join Date: Apr 2012

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    Had some decent watches, but stopped wearing one years ago.
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    Join Date: Aug 2010

    Location: Torquay, Devon.

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    I don't believe in stupid expensive watches.

    Own two decent watches. Basic pulsar Kinetic, which I've had since 2008. The other watch, is a cheap and cheerful Ben Sherman. Purchased from Argos in 2006.

    Both still work fine.

    S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Several American pocket watches varying ages going back to 1880's
    I might say they all still work and keep pretty good time in general although are in need of a service. The Elgin B.W. Raymond Pocket Watch movement cost $35 in 1888 plus case of choice. a fair amount and a very nice big watch. My favorite, and I bought it from a US collector many years ago who was needing money to do up his oldsmobile classic car
    Regards,
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    Seiko auto diver and a posher kinetic, snl021

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