NationOfLaws SOTC - June 2022

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Re: NationOfLaws SOTC - June 2022

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A great collection and I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story behind each watch.
Thanks for posting.

They're all very nice watches but my particular favourite would have to be the Tudor Submariner.
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Great collection. I actually like Oris. Some very good choices.
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A nice collection with great variety of watches!
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Great collection and love the stories behind each piece, esp the Omega story.

Love the vintage Omega and Benrus, the Russian watch and surprisingly, the Tudor Submariner (the Submariner look has never been a big thing to me).
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asqwerth wrote: Sat Jul 16, 2022 1:20 pm Great collection and love the stories behind each piece, esp the Omega story.

Love the vintage Omega and Benrus, the Russian watch and surprisingly, the Tudor Submariner (the Submariner look has never been a big thing to me).
Thanks! For a long time I considered the Tudor my “dress watch” since I equated expensive with fancy. I wore it to my wedding, in fact. I do really like the classic black and steel look though.
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NationOfLaws wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 6:00 pm Since things have leveled off a bit, here is my collection as of June 2022. I'll present them in the order in which I acquired them.
This might need a minor update with some of your recent additions, or at least an addendum!
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jkbarnes wrote: Wed Sep 14, 2022 4:44 am
NationOfLaws wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 6:00 pm Since things have leveled off a bit, here is my collection as of June 2022. I'll present them in the order in which I acquired them.
This might need a minor update with some of your recent additions, or at least an addendum!
Yeah I have a couple changes coming up. Two watches up for sale, two I’m contemplating selling, one watch on order. Probably will update in November.
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Very interesting and diverse collection! Enjoyed the back stories. Curious....no chronographs in the watch box?
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Viognier wrote: Wed Sep 14, 2022 7:48 pm Very interesting and diverse collection! Enjoyed the back stories. Curious....no chronographs in the watch box?
Saving myself for the right chronograph since they tend to be expensive. Ideally it’d be a Speedmaster but Omega keeps raising prices so maybe not?
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I missed this somehow, until now. Very nice collection, but your first watch is the one I’d take every time, that’s a lovely Tudor.
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Just looking again at this. The Tudor and Aquitaine stand out. Nice