Watches


#81

CGI for me!


#82

#83

Very true. At £1500 they were great fun.

At £10k they’re not.


#84

Why not get a smart watch, then you can change the watch face every day?


#85

I’m sober as a judge and it’s even more shit without the blissful numbing effect of lovely, lovely alcohol.

Have a word with yerself, Jim!

On something of a tangent, somewhat to my surprise, I find we have a local watchmaker - https://www.haroldpinchbeck.co.uk/shop

Surprisingly sane prices too, and certainly tick the rarity box - not sure any of the styles are quite what you’re looking for though…

This thread needs more Dom…


#86

Is in Stamford too.


#87

This is rather elegant but at 36mm probably not best for @Jim. I could wear this.

At 41mm this would probably suit…


#88

Hmmmm, not sure I’d want a watch that reminded me of @Mrs_Maureen_OPinion every time I looked at it! :thinking:


#89

Fair point well made…


#90

£59


#91

£79


#92

I’m really loving this Oris - Oh god the temptation to spend moar!! :dizzy_face:


#93

That is nice, very nice !


#94

That’s stunning Jim ! How much is it?


#95

Gulp…£4.7k


#96

Yeah, that would qualify as a minor overspend :slight_smile:


#97

£4K delivered and

£3960.

Saving you about £700 @Jim if that is the right watch. It is the nicest thing posted in the thread so far BTW.


#98

It’s actually an Artelier 113, which is a bit more…

I posted the rong back - the 113 back is very similar


#99

Something a touch cheaper and more tasteful (in my opinion)

Longine Heritage 1945


#100

Just get this https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oris-Crown-ProPilot-Watch-75276984063FS/dp/B073XCHPCW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1517853193&sr=8-2&keywords=Oris+caliber