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


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.


I much prefer the Ing too.


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!


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


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.


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




That’s Turkish time mind.


Ironically it looks classy on the bottle


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


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


Twit. :slight_smile:


Looks like beer o’clock


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


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


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


Even a Rolex is right twice a day.


Only when it’s stopped.


You need a GMT.