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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Something a little more sober

    Nice, I do like an understated military style watch
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    Only a Chinese cheapie but I like the style


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Only a Chinese cheapie but I like the style

    Having seen your collection Roy, I would have thought a Black Bay would fit in rather nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stairpost View Post
    Having seen your collection Roy, I would have thought a Black Bay would fit in rather nicely.
    Indeed Rich, I do quite like Tudors but, apart from the odd Invicta that might tempt me, my next major purchase will be a Daytona. It's just that at their price point it's a very considered purchase and other stuff keeps taking priority (like eating, energy bills etc.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Indeed Rich, I do quite like Tudors but, apart from the odd Invicta that might tempt me, my next major purchase will be a Daytona. It's just that at their price point it's a very considered purchase and other stuff keeps taking priority (like eating, energy bills etc.).
    That's fully understandable, as much as I fancy a Panerai as a 50th birthday treat, bills and living must unfortunately come first. A Daytona is a very nice piece to be looking at though, what sort of year are you thinking of? They are all handsome but some of the vintage models are ridiculously nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stairpost View Post
    That's fully understandable, as much as I fancy a Panerai as a 50th birthday treat, bills and living must unfortunately come first. A Daytona is a very nice piece to be looking at though, what sort of year are you thinking of? They are all handsome but some of the vintage models are ridiculously nice.
    Not an all gold one, that kind of shouts 'ROLEX'! but I don't mind gold accents & would prefer one with contrasting sub dials, something like this - https://www.watchfinder.co.uk/Rolex/...39/item/134917 . I'll probably get it from Watchfinder as I've dealt with them in the past (got a nice Tag Carrera for my other half from them) & they now have a branch at Lakeside shopping centre so I can see what I'm buying. Probably be towards the middle of next year now as we've two holidays coming up (and to pay for) before then.

    If you fancy a Panerai get yourself to the Caribbean, I bought my Luminor 1950 for about £2k less than UK retail in Aruba


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Only a Chinese cheapie but I like the style

    I like that, if you don't mind me asking, where do you get your Chinese watches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by willbewill View Post
    I like that, if you don't mind me asking, where do you get your Chinese watches?
    A mixture of ebay & amazon although I try to ensure that they are dispatched from a UK address (I get the impression a lot of the Chinese sellers have agents in the UK who send their wares on for them). The Corguet Black Bay homage is actually a better quality automatic watch which I purchased from a UK ebay seller who had bought it from China & supplied it with a nice 'aged' leather strap.

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    Seiko ‘Bottlecap’


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    Couple of mine..



    All singing and dancing G-Shock (work watch) and Colt.
    Haven't worn the Breitling for so long the battery has gone flat again
    I've got an Omega Speedmaster somewhere, not seen it since i moved house

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