The "what watch are you day dreaming about now" thread

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dbailey wrote: Thu Jan 12, 2023 10:02 am Since the new version came out I’ve not been able to stop thinking about the Navi panda!F5EC972D-A353-4891-9853-FEF69B92BDC8.jpeg
I love the look of these. I wish they made a smaller diameter version
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https://www.shoppinginjapan.net/tictac-szsb006

Been looking at this way more than I should
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vokeyuk wrote:https://www.shoppinginjapan.net/tictac-szsb006

Been looking at this way more than I should
That’s a very nice one! Japan keeps some nice models to themselves… Image


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The thread about the Fears/CW collaboration has put that brand on my radar. Now the Brunswick is stuck in my head as a potential retirement watch! I like everything about it and the heritage associated with the company.

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Always with this one on my mind
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Looking for a beater/work watch.....not my normal ‘type’ but keep looking at the Hamilton Khaki 38mm auto, need to try one on to see how they fit :D
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I'll probably wear this in a dreamland adventure tonight.
Remains to he seen, if it becomes a reality..

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kiter65 wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 6:27 pm Looking for a beater/work watch.....not my normal ‘type’ but keep looking at the Hamilton Khaki 38mm auto, need to try one on to see how they fit :D
One of these then? Here on a single-pass from Vario. Fantastic beater/work watch in my experience. It's been going there for 3 years so far.
160mm wrist, looks bigger relatively in this pic than it really does. Good fit.

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Noush wrote: Sun Jan 22, 2023 3:20 am
kiter65 wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 6:27 pm Looking for a beater/work watch.....not my normal ‘type’ but keep looking at the Hamilton Khaki 38mm auto, need to try one on to see how they fit :D
One of these then? Here on a single-pass from Vario. Fantastic beater/work watch in my experience. It's been going there for 3 years so far.
160mm wrist, looks bigger relatively in this pic than it really does. Good fit.


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That’s the one, 170ish mm wrist so I think a trip to the city soon :thumbup:
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For me like many others.. Speedmaster.
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Dreaming about this today, despite it being very unlikely that I'd ever be able to afford one.

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atnits wrote: Sun Jan 22, 2023 7:27 pm Dreaming about this today, despite it being very unlikely that I'd ever be able to afford one.

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That's the one my colleague/friend was wearing (unexpectedly) Wednesday eve for dinner.. never of interest previously, in the flesh (metal) I have to say wow, seriously wow!
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Currently living on Ohio, and recently learned about the Kipton, Ohio train wreck of 1891. So that led me to the Ball Trainmaster Standard Time


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raycomas wrote: Mon Jan 23, 2023 5:07 am Currently living on Ohio, and recently learned about the Kipton, Ohio train wreck of 1891. So that led me to the Ball Trainmaster Standard Time
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It's too heavy. It's too expensive. I don't really 'get it' with tourbillons.
But gosh it belongs here to ogle at. Check out YoureTerrific's review.

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