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    One Coach, one Michael Kors, one "everyday" Seiko, my grandfather's engraved watch that was presented to him to mark 45 years as a GWR engine driver and a crazy Tokyo Flash LED device that looks like a radiation detector and is damn near impossible to tell the time on!

    I think I still have an original 1980s Swatch tucked away somewhere as well.
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    Another favourite is the Casio F-91W. Plain jane and accurate.

    S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998 View Post
    Another favourite is the Casio F-91W. Plain jane and accurate.

    S.
    Fair shout, if you like it and it tells the time then job done.

    It would be boring if we all had the same watch on.

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    Got a collection of a dozen or so Seikos, here's some



    But wear an iWatch most of the time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Got a collection of a dozen or so Seikos, here's some



    But wear an iWatch most of the time.


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    After my dad died all I wanted of his was his Bulova watch but it never came my way so years later I found an identical one, 1927 solid gold case and bracelet, it's just a shame it's too small for me. I've also got a Raketa Baltika Russian military watch from the 1950s, it needs cleaning but when it is running it has a beautifully soft tick and a Bulova Acutron Spaceview but I can't find that one either at the moment. I really must be more methodical when packing for moving house lol.

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    good watches bulova. i had a square-ish watch very similat to that;think it was a hamilton. look great on
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    I am, I have a 1960s "superflat" Omega Constellation. Will find a pic and post it up. I like subtle minimal watches, no bulk or bling please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomanze View Post


    Yes, I am a leftie.

    That looks nice. What is their value worth?

    S.

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    I have a Rotary and a Hamilton
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