In order of acquisition:
A present for my 21st birthday and worn daily for the next ten years. Will probably remain my only quartz but useful as a time keeper in the box.
Could move this one on. Its too big for me but a nice beater to have for camping (great lume).
Orient Star Classic
Cheap n cheerful, great value.
Stowa Antea KS
Bought in a hurry when I needed a watch for my wedding day and I only had my OM with me (overseas wedding). My only regret is not having my wedding date engraved on the rotor, as offered by Stowa.
I prefer the modded bezel, gives it a pinch of the Explorer 1 (just a pinch).
A recent acquisition in the sale. The GMT function is my favourite complication - something pleasing about being able to track the UK time without having to think about it (Im a Brit in Australia). Great versatility - used recently on a weekend's diving trip on the Great Barrier Reef followed up by with office appointments on the Monday. I can live with the poor legibility of the dial but I would like to see a true GMT bezel on it.
Universal Geneve Polerouter
trying out different straps
Bulova 96A102 Hack Watch. I bought this off the back of Worn and Wound review. I was amazed how light and cheap it felt, I'll never trust W&W's reviews again!
Looking for a chronograph. Maybe a Speedmaster reduced, cant find many chrono options in the sub 40mm category. Was considering a Girard Perregaux chronograph 49480.
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