Watches


#603

My two that I wear in rotation (not including a 90s Seamaster Quartz 120m).

The first up, a Rolex Oyster Perpetual 15200, as an engagement present from my better half, the second an IWC 3521.


Rolex by Robert Seymour, on Flickr

IWC 3521 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr


#604

Love the Inge.

I always fancied that particular ref.

And deeply regret not buying a jumbo 1832 that was an absolute steal in Munich about 20 years ago.


#605

I much prefer the Ing too.


#606

I do tend to wear the IWC more these days, its a solid little lump and feels like you could bash nails in with it!


#607

I’ll be interested in how much they offer you, I’ve got the same but got it in 1998.


#608

A nice little series of Seiko Divers that are itching to be collected. So far I have found Black, white, Cream, yellow and sunburst Cream dials. All can be had for not a lot.

I like them because they are what they say on the tin, a diver’s watch. as opposed to an homage to a divers watch that wouldn’t get taken into a shower let alone used by a diver. Functional for the job in hand and I like the simplicity of the design. Seiko made a lot of variations on the theme, but these ones were essentially the pre-curser to the Monster watches, with rectangular battons, rotating bezel and second numbers on the inside of the battons.


#609

Finally got the Mark XII back from the shop that shall not be named.


#610

Ratners?


#611

That’s Turkish time mind.


#612

Ironically it looks classy on the bottle


#613

Incidentally, saw a Tudor Pelagos today for the first time. It was a beautiful thing in blue.


#614

Ps. Is that the isle of sheppey in the background?


#615

Twit. :slight_smile:


#616

Looks like beer o’clock


#617

Always that time… or at least it will be for a few days yet. :slight_smile:


#618

Why hasn’t the bottle got a sleeve? :thinking:


#619

It’s always that time when one’s watch has stopped…


#620

Even a Rolex is right twice a day.


#621

Only when it’s stopped.


#622

You need a GMT.