Still love my swatch ! After all this time...
(I may have forgotten one or two, oops)
Casio - several digital and analogue
Tissot PRS516 quartz chrono (lovely looking watch)
Tag Link Chrono Quartz
Couple of Mondaines
Swiss Military Quartz chrono
Swiss Army quartz
couple of Seiko quartzs
Davis chrono quartz (aviator style)
Orient Mako Pepsi
and a Tudor North Flag
Oh, ESQ, Skagen, some Citizens, some Seikos, a few Casios (One of which is somehow absolutely the most dead nuts accurate thing I own!), couple Timexes.
Bit of a mixed bag
Top box L-R
Next (clothing brand) chrono Rip off of the Monza re release
TH Formula One
Cheap ebay Infantry
TH Formula One
Carrera on my wrist
If I don't wear a TAGHeuer, I wear a
- Omega Seamaster
- Eterna Kontiki 1958
- Tissot Visodate
- Sector Turnable
The Sector is for the dass when I need some "heavy metal".
When I had less years on, Sector used to make really nice, elegant and sporty watches.
I still have a quartz from the early nineties. Worn out, but still classy.
And then something happened to them.
I agree. Sector had a lot of nice watches. I had the
Impression they had seen a Rolex before. They belonged to a Italian family and used Swiss mechanical movements for their "bettet" watches.
The slogan of the ambassadors was "Sector-No Limits". Not everybody survived...
As elbeik says, something must have happened.
I would not like to post one of the new Sector watches to the forum. Something is different.
That is lovely; nice, minimalist design.
My only other watch worth mentioning is Omega SMPc. I also have Citizen BY-0000 and Seiko SKX009K2 incoming.
That's a very smart omega
I concur. Great Omega @Spartan
And way too many vintage 3 handed no dates ( just a few )
The lemania is gorgeous
A Gran Turismo XL. Though it looks like a regular version, this one has a Mercedes-Benz star engraved on the back, limited edition of 55.
@imagwai would not approve.
That is quite special!
Wow ! A chopard chronograph
I'm a sucker for a blue dial!
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