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This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required Viewings For Newbies:
https://youtu.be/_2J5phyd9J4

>Strap Guide:
http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE

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>>61377737
You son of a bitch
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>>61377813
I don't care what anyone says I believe this to be a beautiful and technically interesting movement.
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>>61377813
That bracelet doesn't fit that case at all.
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>>61377884
It is certainly both of those two things you said
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Story share: David Scott, the American astronaut of Apollo 15 who conducted the famous Galileo drop test on the moon, testing the speed in which a hammer and feather fall relative to eachother in the absence of air resistance, wore a Bulova Precisionist Chronograph. It was the first privately owned watch to make it on the moon.
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>>61379023
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>>61377737
Fuck off ninefag
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>>61379043
its be cool if it was mechanical like the one he actually wore on the moon.
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>>61377884
I don't think I've ever argued otherwise, and I'm literally the biggest anti-coaxial shitposter on /wt/.

The problem is that Omega's implementation of the co-axial escapement is totally fucked. It just doesn't work in production movements and ended up making the reliability and serviceability demonstrably worse than an ETA 2892-A2. ALL of the benefits in the movement vs that ETA 2892-A2 come from better finishing and the switch to a free-sprung balance and balance bridge design. The movement would be strictly improved by ditching the co-axial meme and going back to a traditional escapement.

The crux of the argument, though, is that The Swatch Group will literally never admit that the co-axial experiment was a failure nor will they ever abandon it for marketing reasons no matter the negative impact on their customers. Such a stance is so profoundly contemptuous of their own customers that it's truly astonishing.
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>>61379244
I totally get this but is this still the case with the new generation of cuck axials?
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>>61377737
>micro-engineering
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>>61379268
Yes. Even if they have ironed out most of the bugs, Omega's version of the co-axial escapement does absolutely nothing to enhance service intervals on their watches while actually making them much more sensitive to prompt regular servicing and much more difficult to service correctly.

The 8500 with a Swiss lever escapement would actually be pretty damn good, but Swatch will never admit they fucked up royally.
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>>61379244
What i mean is did they solve their oiling problem yet?
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How much does a Superior Quartz with mirrion rittre metar rinks usually go for? Is my only hope of finding one on a Japanese auction site or prying it from the cold dead hands of some mummified soul?
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>>61379318
As far as I know they have not solved the need for microscopically precise amounts of oil to be applied to the escapement to act as cushioning, with incorrect oiling leading to severe premature wear, no.
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>>61379322
That is the kind of thing I would look for on Yahoo! Japan Auctions using a proxy bidding service. You'll probably find a way better deal.
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>>61379340
It's a real shame Omega was such a great firm. Thanks for all the info m8; cheers!
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>>61379322
Or failing that, I think this Grand Quartz looks nice.
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https://youtu.be/EvDGCbVBr3c
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>>61380308
what watch
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>>61380325
gp triaxial tourbillon
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>>61380449
>gp triaxial tourbillon
Not a bad price.
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>>61380308
>tourbillon

The only purpose of a tourbillon is to add at least 1 zero to the watch price.
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>>61380470
I guess. I prefer the JLC.
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>>61380308
I wonder what the power reserve is like on a watch like that, and adding in some other complications too.
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>>61377813
My nigga
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>>61380803
Are these the new meme watches to own on /wt/ because this is a meme I can agree with.
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>>61380863
Vintage omegas have always been recommended.
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>>61380979
Well yeah but it seems now there's a bunch of them floating around here.
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>>61381007
Really? i think there're only 3 vintage omega owner on/wt/ including me
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>>61381025
pretty sure there's more than that, there's my cosmic and megasonic, there's >>61380803 , >>61380863 , seikoanon's lemania, the anon with the geneve megasonic, the anon with the chronostop
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>>61381025
There's like 3 or 4 just in this thread including me, the fat Canadian is always posting his speedy too. I'm sure there's more, but I stopped coming to these threads when I started recognizing anons just by their wrists.
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This vintage Omegas got me thinking about something. What are nice old Omegas with cushion cases?
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>>61381076
whats so good about them where I wouldn't get a tudor
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You can discuss jewelery on /fa/
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>>61381121
I don't know man Tudor is pretty neat too in my opinion, I'd love to have a nice Tudor Sub or Oysterdate or Ranger. I didn't get to pick out my vintage Omegas, I got them from my dad.

But I guess vintage Tudor is just cheaper Rolexes with ETAs just like the ETAs of today while vintage Omega has beautiful copper-plated high quality movements that died out and have no real modern descendents. Also Tudor died and came back as a hot new cutting edge brand making great stuff while Omega died and came back as Swatch. So buying an old Omega lets you have the peak of the brand which will never be matched again, while Tudor still makes new stuff worth buying.

>>61381115
Who needs cushions when you have ovals with no lugs?
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>>61381219
I'll look at vintage prices, thanks bruv
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>>61381219
Whats the best vintage dates to look out for?
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>>61381258
'60s omega seamasters or constellations are generally good choices.
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>>61381219
>So buying an old Omega lets you have the peak of the brand which will never be matched again, while Tudor still makes new stuff worth buying.
Pretty much this, pre cuck-axial omega is pretty awesome
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>>61381258
Depends what kind of watch you want, I guess. I think Omega peaked in the 60s when they were on top of the watchmaking world and making the Constellation with the observatory on the back to rub in everyone's face that they made the most accurate watches in the world.

By the 70s quartz was beating down all the Swiss brands and Omega was circling the drain and putting out some real bullshit to try to stay afloat. My Geneve Dynamic is a cool watch in my opinion but it's also clearly gimmicky and it's far from the worst gimmicky shit Omega came out with in that time period.

50s and earlier is prehistoric shit. Stuff like the bumper movements are neat as historical curiosities I guess but good luck finding anything that isn't water damaged and beaten to shit and I hope you have a spare kidney to sell off to pay for servicing those museum pieces.
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So about to pull the plug on this then. Any red flags? http://www.chrono24.com/omega/automatic-seamaster-wristwatch-17jewels--id6598483.htm
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>>61381219
Not to mention that vintage watches in general have a unique aesthetic that a lot of modern watches don't have.
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>>61381344
I'm not sure about this one. The price is okay; quite a bit high but not outrageous. The case looks like it may have been aggressively polished, which is a negative. The 562 is an excellent movement - definitely stick to the 56x/601/613/etc family. The crown looks a little weird to me. The caseback has a a lot of grunginess to it. I'd pass and look for something else, but if you like it you'll probably be fine.
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>>61381390
http://www.chrono24.com/omega/constellation-168017-merit-en-bloc-vintage-watch-ca-1966--id6364063.htm

was also looking at this one
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>>61381344
Well at first glance the dial has been refinished and the case has been polished so it's definitely not a collector piece but it's not egregiously bad I guess. I'm suspicious of how corroded that caseback looks, the movement has obviously been cleaned up but did they really fix all the water damage?

You need to do lots of research yourself too. Nobody here is going to know exactly what every single reference is supposed to look like. You need to find photos of original watches to compare it to if you want to make sure the watch hasn't been cobbled together out of spare parts.

Buying vintage stuff without getting burned is a rabbit hole that goes pretty deep. I know neither of my Omegas is 100% collector quality original, and those are watches that have been in my family. It's even less likely on watches that have passed through any sketchy online retailers who try to put lipstick on pigs.
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>>61381344
Something look off about the dial, maybe it's just me
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>>61381405
>>61381400
>>61381390
thanks
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>>61381344
What >>61381400 said, and $800+ for that is way overprice. I bought mine seamaster for only $370+ including services fee
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>>61381397
This one look nice though
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>>61381478
Hope you're serious, I thought so. Only thing that worries me is they say to not treat it as WR at all. I'm around tons of water.
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>>61381397
>Orange lume
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>>61377737
Tfw I won't be able to buy the only good looking Omega for at least ten years.

Why live?
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>>61381397
hell yes. 561 movement, excellent case design. Constellation was top-tier stuff and the 561 movement is in line with that. The listing says original dial; I would have guessed refinished but I am not really an expert. Case looks in decent shape to me; if it's polished, it's at least not horrific. $995 is kind of a lot - I would expect to be able to land a watch like this for less than 700, if you're willing to put in the work - but if you're okay with the price, I think it looks like a solid choice. Crown looks okay to me.

>>61381492
Get the watch pressure tested and timed (in all positions) by your friendly local jeweler. But in general vintage watches (especially vintage dress watches) are not something you swim with.
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>>61381397
It looks pretty minty, but $1k is a bit steep. Ask the seller when its last service was.
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>>61381492
I'm serious, if you afraid about the WR then just treat it like a dress watch and only wear it to event and stuff, don't go daily wear with it and you will be fine.
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>>61381502
I mean, you could always buy a rep.
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>>61381502
Just sell yourself to fat chicks anon, I'm sure they'll pay up :^)
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>>61381507
The dial look pretty okay, though the letter look a bit weird, need a expert anon on this
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>>61381492
Maybe look into a diver then.
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>>61381492
Or this >>61381559
Some pre-cuck axial seamaster divers are good too.
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>>61381557
The images just look way oversharpened, so the edges of text suffers.
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>>61381528
Eh, I'd rather not have it than have a fake. I'll just poorfag with my alpinist.
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>>61381557
A reference for comparison.

You could always post on the vintage forum on watchuseek if you really wanted to, but I agree with >>61381573
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>>61381358
>Reverse_Panda
???
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>>61381636
panda is black/dark dial with white/light subdials. Reverse panda is the reverse.
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>>61381644
except when panda's white/light dial with black/dark subdials - people define it both ways unfortunately
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>>61381724
Go away Nineball
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>>61377737
Nice bagelmeme!
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Can someone recommend a watch for less than $70 on Amazon that's reliable and fairly traditional in appearance?

Like leather strap and not too much digital stuff.
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>>61381840
Timex weekender
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>>61381840
timex ironman
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>>61381840
Timex easy reader
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>>61381840
SNK 809 and a cheap ass leather strap.
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>buy bagelnaut cause $53 flash deal
>wait a month
>tracking says it's at shipping facility in my home town
>stays there for 3 days
>go there to see what's going on
>"oh there was an improper address on it so we sent it back this morning"
>can't do package intercept cause international
why is ordering from china so painful
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I was thinking about getting a russian shitter.
Aside from the memes, are there any quality russian watches(can be contemporary or original) that are worth buying?
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>>61381025
Late 1960s Omega owner checking in.
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>>61381840
snkl23
but wait till amazon puts them a little cheaper cause the price fluctuates for literally no reason
my work beater has been one of these with a hadley roma leather strap for the past 2 years, not a single issue even though i've bumped and dropped it a few times
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A nice, cheap suit watch, go! I don't wear suits often and not a fan of metal bracelet but I just need to do it at times.
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>>61382037
Give a budget or we will recommend a Lange.
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>>61382037
>go!
This posting format annoys me. Ask for help, don't demand it.
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>>61382046
Didn't think Lange is cheap by standards of anyone on /g/ but whatever. I thinking a 100 but cheaper stuff is very welcome.
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>>61382037
see >>61382017
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>>61382076
A thirty dollar steel cased Timex or Casio analog quartz watch will probably work for what you want. I know some people that routinely get compliments from normies on such watches, the majority of the population isn't autistic about watches.
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>>61382138
That sounds like it works for what I need. Not gonna wear it often anyway.
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>>61382158
Alternatively, you could spend $6 on a Casio F-91W.
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>>61381897
How do I find out what strap to use with the SNK 809?
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>>61382248
You do a web search for the SNK 809 and find out the strap width or lug width, and this will tell you how wide of a strap you can use. You then search for straps of this width in a style that you like.
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>>61382037
Define cheap, because this is probably the cheapest poorfag watch you can find that looks decent with a suit.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QYKU69K/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I3EL5UVOUVLLW8&colid=3UY1BNHCYGLB4
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>>61382037
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I was thinking about getting a russian shitter.
Aside from the memes, are there any quality russian watches(can be contemporary or original) that are worth buying?
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>>61382602
>are there any quality russian watches
no
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>>61381025
>>61381071
:3
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>>61377884

>nomos guy has found his next target
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>>61383346
Not bad/10
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>>61383348
i dont like how omega watches look, on the front.
my next watch is gonna be a second hand lange i think, hopefully i'll be able to afford one at some point.
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>>61383346
I really like that second one from the left, what is it?
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>>61383544
its an antique cushion case from the 30s, i dont really have a ref. number
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>>61381313
Even pre-Swatch Seamaster quartzes have decorated jewelled movements
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>>61381358
>reverse panda
Have you ever seen a panda? That's a panda dial, black with white sub dials is reverse panda.
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I know I'm poor, but I'm working hard to move up in the world also my mum and dad gave me this watch when I was 13.
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>>61383729
Simple and non-pretentious with utilitarian and sentimental value, not bad at all.
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>>61379340
Wait, what's this about cushioning?
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>>61382201
Oh damn that looks good on a nato.
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>>61381495
If you like orange lume, I got just the ticket.
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>>61383379
>NOMOS
>O
>M
>O
>S
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>>61383877
I've been wearing it on a solid olive drab NATO lately, I needed that five-stripe Zulu for a different watch.
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>>61384104
what is your deal with me i've posted in this thread like 5 times ever
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>>61383749
Thanks man , I have this Tissot too it was a gift I keep it for special occasions.
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Got this cheapo with some glue on the strap. Gonna put a nato on it. Which color would be a good idea?
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>>61384358
Forgot pic.
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>>61384358
>Gonna put a nato on it. Which color would be a good idea?
Match NATOs to what you're wearing, you can get them for cheap from AliExpress or similar. Part of the appeal of NATO straps is that they can be swapped out easily and quickly without tools to compliment whatever it is you're wearing.
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Few months ago, I bought a Sinn 556i, my first mechanical watch. I love it!

It was accurate with +- 5sec per week. However recently, it is going very fast, 15sec per day. What's wrong? Is it possible that it magentized somehow, even though it says it's anti-magnetic?
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>>61384502
>Is it possible that it magentized
Nah, if it did then the accurate would be on a whole another level, as in a few minutes a day.
Just go to your local watch repairer and ask them to regulate the watch.
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>>61384502
http://forums.watchuseek.com/f24/new-sinn-556i-running-15-seconds-920312.html
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>>61384706
>>61384783

Thanks! Didn't come to my mind to search for the exact model and problem.
So it looks like the watch has broken in, and I might just go to a local watch repair shop.

Or could I just send it to Sinn under warranty? Would they accept this? I'm in Germany, so this shouldn't be too expensive.
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>>61385003
If you want, but regulate a watch only take about a few minutes so i would just go to the local watch repairer and be done with it.
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>>61385003
Does Sinn even guarantee a certain accuracy for their watches?
Even if they did, 15 seconds a day is typically within spec for this price point.

That's part of why you pay so little: the watch spends very little time in human hands.
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>>61385029
Will do that, thanks again. You guys are great! These watch threads on /g/ have been helpful a few times already.
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>>61385035
It's kinda funny that my vintage seamaster accuracy is better then a modern watch.
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>>61385070
The movements from the 60s/70s were some of the best, so it's not all that surprising.
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>>61385070
>>61385074
It's not that the movements were better, it's just that they were actually regulated.

In the really old days, movements were pretty shit but they were accurate anyway because people spent so much time making them accurate.
The "repasseur" (regulator) was just as important as the actual component producer.

Today's manufacturing techniques and computer-designed movements are so good that they basically roll off the production line within the +/- 15 seconds per day spec.
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>>61383867
He means that this oil-less escapement requires oil not for lubrication, but for shock absorption. You see, Daniel's original co-ax movements had to be made out of gold, which is springier than steel and hence could absorb the impacts better. This was the whole mess of trying to mass produce this particular escapement: patek tried, but gave up, but thirsty swatch/eta persevered and though they have created a mass producible (ie. not made out of fucking gold) movement, it's held back by shit like requiring shock absorbent in the form of microscopic drops of oil, painstakingly administered by specially trained specialists, and if it's done wrong, it's fucked. Once the oil displaces over time and if you don't rush your shit to said specialists so they can re-administer the oil, painstakingly (and not for free), it's fucked.

All to no discernible end benefit whatsoever compared to the high end swiss lever escapements produced by virtually everyone else (see rolex's latest calibres).

It was a dumb exercise, and as that anon said, swatch has spent far too much money on it to turn back now.

Thing is, Daniel's idea is by no means bad, it's just not financially feasible for mass production. Perhaps new materials with similar properties to the gold will allow for it to be made cheaper in the future.
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>>61385486
Seriously how expensive is a piece of gold the size of a pallet jewel? It's a fucking Omega after all, it's not like they're trying to sell Vostok Komandirskies.
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>>61385554
It's not just the cost of the gold itself, but the precision with which it needs to be made. All the Daniels & Roger Smith coaxial balances are hand made to absolute perfection.
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>>61384783

>that answer from watchbuys

Damn. I don't like them because if their prices but they certainly know their watches.
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>>61385486
I read that this was a problem with the first versions of the coaxials, that the teeth were mushrooming and whatnot.

You sure this all still applies for the newer versions?
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>>61385672
I think that's normal, also
>Top Grade movement is a maximum positional variation of 15 seconds per day
Top grade huh
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>>61385885
People seem to forget Cartier make some very nice dress watches and always have. They've even started to make their own movements in-house.
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>>61377777
Witnessed.
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>>61385885
Huh.. I really like it.
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>>61385885
Not going to buy it but will wear it
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>>61385885
The case looks like an over polished blob.
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>>61385003
Have fun dealing with Sinn warranty, it's awful. I tried to get my 6060 fixed since it's got dust on the dial. The authorized dealer wants 100€ for shipping to Sinn even though I have valid warranty. I tried contacting Sinn and they claim that the authorized dealers can do this. Then they said I could send it to them directly but I still have to pay the shipping and handling.
With a trash warranty like this they'll never be considered luxury
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>>61383346
Good taste/10
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>>61386324
We'll see about that. I travel to Frankfurt regularly, so I might just bring my watch to them in person, if it's just the shipping :)
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>>61385885
Tanks are nicer
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>>61385812
That's the same as the 6R15 movement.
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>>61386373
Bringing it to them in person costs more than shipping, since they have to put on pants to answer the door and they get stressed out.
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>>61385885
That crown seems really uncomfortable to operate.
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>>61386513
BASCULANTEBOIS
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>>61386811
>BASCULANTE
Cartier has made some nice watches..rather affordable as well
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>tfw no Sinn 356 UTC
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>>61387042
That looks like something you would win from a claw machine.
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>>61385404
It's not just regulation. Higher end production watches in the 1970s used to get quite a bit of adjustment as well.

See: https://www.timekeeperforum.com/forum/threads/adjustment-and-regulation.21105/

The best well known in-period example of what adjustment labour could achieve are the Grand Seiko VFA models from the 1970's which were warrantied to run +/- 2 seconds a day, a standard Rolex is only today warranting again on their new 32xx movements.

I have a 1975 King Seiko Special that was adjusted to similar levels in period as it was in the last batch of high end mechanicals being made by Daini Seikosha before the transition to quartz for all the high end models. Daini Seikosha lavished adjustment labour on this last run (hence the "Special" designation on the dial) as they wanted to leave a statement for posterity as to what they could achieve. That watch today still runs ~+ 0 s/d dial up and on the wrist, and would easily pass COSC chronometer testing.
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>>61384224
Nothing mate. I wear one too
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>>61387277

Perfect proportions for your wrist deßü
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>>61377854
what is it?
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>>61386945
All inferior.
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>>61387510
>>61386811
>>61386945
Step aside plebs
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Apparently Amphibias dies at 700m:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-YKyDkpXbc
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>>61387407
Thanks. Unfortunately(?) Its the 35mm version
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>>61387597
> Apparently Amphibias dies at 700m

Well so would you.
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why waste 1000s of dollars on branded watches when you can get this thing for 3$ which pretty much does the same thing.
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>>61387262
>Daini Seikosha

I can't see anyone post this without thinking of the most weakling, faggot, genetic dead end weaboo possible. You know like the kind that are alternatively either that sickly sort of fat ass who's skin always looks "off" like blotchy pig skin stretched over tapioca pudding, or a chicken-chested Pajama Boy who had a little too much soy in his diet growing up. Like the kind of guy who makes you think that maybe Seiko didn't make half of their watches with handwinding because they knew it would be cheaper to ship them with that cartoon child porn shit and they'd be able to wind their watch just by tugging their undersized dick to it.

>Grand Seiko: The Watch As Boring As You Are™

Not saying this against you however, you might be a perfect normal guy.
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>>61387620
Nigga, I'd be dead at 5.
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>>61387716
Jesus, calm down you autistic retard
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>>61387762
Heh you like a baby, try 2m
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>>61387816
>Jesus, calm down you autistic retard

Perfectly calm, just posting what popped into my head. You on the other hand...
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>>61382201
>>61384158

Mi band is new f-91w
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>>61387835
Nice b8, i replied xD
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>>61384158
Why won't casio make f-92w with modern internals and 20-30 years of battery life?
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>>61387850

>Sync it with phone
>Suddenly the NSA has a record of every one of your movements
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>>61387716
I think the same thing
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Wrist check guys!

I'm currently sporting my Zeppelin LZ 127 GMT on a Watch Gecko vintage leather strap.

Waywt?
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is it normal to still have desire for a watch knowing too well they would be useless since I don't go out anywhere?
Something irrational about it.
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>>61387597
and it's rated for 200...sooooooo
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>>61387883
i can't imagine it would be too expensive to make one with an e-ink display and radio time sync. they could sell it for like $30 or something
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>>61388226
>and radio time sync
this might not work everywhere
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>>61387883
What would be the point?
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>>61388157
Cool piece!
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>>61388157
Wearing >>61387277
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>>61381992
Vostok Amphibia
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>>61387716
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>>61385966
>They've even started to make their own movements in-house.
>"in-house"
Meaning designed and made for them by one of the other richemont slaved bots, JLC and Roger Dubuis (latter for the models with the geneva seal that triggered patek so)
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>>61388157
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>>61388279
Thanks!
>>61388376
Nice, I prefer the Metro myself.
>>61388583
That's quite cool, Chinese I assume? What movement?

Wait sorry I forgot this is /wt/, something something faggots etc.
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Is a Squale 50 Atmos a good entry level swiss dive watch?
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>>61388728
PURE CLASS
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>>61388689
I like the metro as well. But I prefer dressier watches hence I got the original blue/gold orion.
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>>61388689
You assumed correctly, it is Chinese. The movement is a seagull at 2108. I think they have modified it a little since I haven't seen the central pointing date on other watches with that movement.

>>61388728
https://youtu.be/mBFI8ScdE4E
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Coming on through fags
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>>61388839

>someone was buttblasted enough to make that video.
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>>61387947

Freedom can't touch servers in China.
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Are there any thin dive watches out there? Seems everything is 13mm thick or more. Looking for something maybe 10-11mm.
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>>61388961
Nice collection.
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>>61388882
>Buttblasted
I don't understand. That's a video of a fine gentleman enjoying his squueele
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>>61389061
The Zenith Rainbow Elite is 9.5mm apparently.
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>>61389096
Just looked at it. I usually like Zenith but the case and bracelet on that watch looks like some unrefined chink dogshit design.
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>>61389152
Sinn 809 is 9.5mm too.
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>>61389061
Sort of kind of the Nomos Ahoi, at 10.5mm. It does lack a bezel so it's not ISO compliant, but it has the depth rating.
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>>61388839

I fucking love that guy... too bad he stopped making videos
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>>61388961
How big is that black dial Constellation? It looks enormous compared to the rest, but I guess the rest of your watches are probably tiny. I'm pretty jelly of that Accutron and the Longines looks neat too.
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>>61388689
lugs on the metro r hideous, look like a piece of shitty pipe. aqua and tangente are the goat models. lambda looks better than all their other watches but it's too fuckin big (and 120000 eur)
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>>61389374
>120.000
hundred and twenty thousand!?!
a nomos?
really?
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>>61389345
The megasonic is on the large size for a 70s watch. Case is 36.78x39.57x11.03.

What movement is your constellation? Definitely looking for a white-dial 60s constellation with a 561/564 to complement my cosmic.
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>>61389345
the Omega on the left and the 36mm Explorer I are superb pieces.. not sure what to say about the rest of those. The sarb 035 is alright but when would you even wear it over the E1... that oval Omega is interesting looking but its not very attractive. That qartz Seiko actually has a nice dial. You have very interesting taste my friend. You should replace that 007 with something nicer it really looks like shit.
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>>61389447
20 thousand and the gold ones are plated lol... who the fuck would ever buy these?
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>>61389345
I tried on "the only watch ever made specifically for the ergonomics of the human wrist" once and it was so wildly uncomfortable - guess I have weird mutant wrists. Do you notice any difference with it?
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>>61389507
what watch is that?
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>>61389538
The oval third from the left - the omega dynamic
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>>61389559
that's some weird 70 star trek looking shit; you need a set of balls to wear that shit in pulic
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>>61389579
I've worn worse in public.
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>>61389447
sorry 12000
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>>61389449
It's a 561, the reference is 168.004 and mine is gold-cap but I think that same reference also came in steel or solid gold.

>>61389458
I'm narrowing down my watch collection because I had too many, I guess you're right I probably won't use the SARB much but I just like the watch a whole lot so I don't really want to get rid of it. I also absolutely love my SKX, maybe I'll get a nicer diver eventually if the movement shits the bed but for now that's my beloved beater watch.

>>61389507
>>61389579
I don't think it's uncomfortable at all, but it's also not any more comfortable than a regular round watch. I think it's a fun watch to have. It's very 70s, goes great with moustaches and disco music.
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>>61385885
Cartier's designs leave something to be desired, especially for what they're charging.
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>>61377854
I can't imagine tripping on acid and having that time machine on your wrist
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>>61389489
hands and dial are plated for obvious reasons
watch is 18ct gold
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>>61389744
>plated for obvious reasons
What reasons? Rolex uses solid 18kt white gold hands on all their watches for much less than $12,000.
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>>61389772
dont think they do brother, that'd be asking for them to warp and fall off with wear. i think the gold is mainly on the hands for colour and to protect against corrosion
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>>61389722
That Watch and movement are just too nice. Thank you for sharing anon.
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>>61388197
Stop seeing things that aren't there! Open your eyes, it is only a piece of interesting information accompanied by a video and your twisted mind interprets it as a dig on your watch.
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>>61387597
That's pretty impressive for a 200m watch.
Here is mine after 1 year with all the scratches.
I wear it all the time, even when I go swimming in the sea (well 5m dive max with a tuba... so :)
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>>61389831
Modern Rolex hands are indeed made of (usually white) gold (or platinum in the case of the yachtmaster, for example) to prevent corrosion.
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>>61389923
I never get why people don't just buff those scratches out with toothpaste so they can you know ... see the fucking dial.
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>>61389946
No yet, the dial is still clearly visible.
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>>61385885
Dial looks crowded

D R O P P E D
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How much does it usually cost to have a watch regulated? I think I have the world's worst 6R15. It loses about 60 seconds per day worn.
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>>61390283
You should be able to get a friendly watchmaker to do it for less than $100 assuming the watch doesn't actually need service. Have you checked the time loss is consistent in different positions?
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>>61390283
6r15 is a mass produced nipshipt movement that you can buy retail for 100 usd. They can be accurate if properly regulated but this level of deviation over a period is pretty normal. If the movement needs anything even a service it will be cheaper for you to just buy a new one and put it in.
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>>61390283
If cost is an issue, just /diy/ it. It'll take a longer period of time to get it right without a vibrograph (adjust it, try it for a week, microadjustment, try it for a week,...), but it's really not difficult, you just have to open the case and nudge a little adjustment arm one way or the other.
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>>61389744
>>61389831
solid gold hands isnt something unheard of in watchmaking, especially in 12k watches.
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>>61389831
All current production Rolex watches use solid 18kt gold (or platinum) for the applied indices and hands. They have been using gold since around the 80s. When tritium lume breaks down it corrodes stainless hands, so you can see in older Rolexes a clear difference between older models where the hands corrode and newer ones where the tritium lume breaks down but the hands and hour markers stay clean and shiny. Even stuff like the black hands on the Explorer II are a black coating over white gold hands and indices.

Rolex don't make their own hands either, by the way. There's a manufacturer called Fiedler SA that makes the hands for Rolex, Patek, VC, AP, and several other high-end brands.

http://www.fiedler.ch/files/Europastar_2010.pdf
http://www.fiedler.ch/files/FT_june_2012_fiedler.pdf
http://www.fiedler.ch/files/RBM_CH_15-Fiedler.pdf
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>>61390658
Good thing in the sleazy club lighting women can't tell that is a shitter.
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For anyone in NYC planning to go to the patek exhibit, as a heads up the line for entry currently wraps around the block.
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>>61390708

fuk... ill just got Tuesday then fuck it
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>>61390603
>>61390485
>>61389940
oh i guess i was wrong, i read somewhere they were plated
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What do people think about fossil?
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>>61391108

Best brand ever. Definately buy one if you have the money!
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>>61390693

I know, right. Good for me.
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>>61391242

I drive a 1.6l Ford Escort with optional front electric windows.
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>>61391333

And you spent $500 on a replica Rolex.... no wonder you're a poorfag and driving an Escort.

Should have stuck with am SKX
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>>61391333
>I drive a 1.6l Ford Escort
What year? I used to own one too.
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>>61388226

$60 xiaomi one syncs with gps
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Why are people on yahoo auctions so trigger happy? I was looking at a KS special and it doubled in price overnight. 6 days away from the end of the auction.
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>>61388728
There is literally nothing I like about this watch.

It's as bland and generic as you could imagine a dive watch.
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>>61383631
Hey man, that's just what the filename said. not my fault the blogger is retarded.
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>>61387580
This. The Reverso is the patrician square watch.
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Is 85 bucks for a service on a vintage run of the mill Hamilton, not including parts, a scam?

Kinda feel like it is, but the guy has a long time eBay page with great reviews and is an independent watchmaker. Has a site just for his restorations and they all look good, and what had sold, etc...
I don't think it's a scam to steal watches, but maybe he's just bad? I don't know. Thoughts?
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>>61392303
You don't have to charge nearly as much without a storefront.
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>>61392108
It's your fault that you haven't bothered to rename the file.
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>>61377737
Is it just a meme that most college grads that get their first big time job go out and buy an expensive watch? Or is it true?
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>>61379293
Invicta's are fucking hideous. I mean I have one but it's not as gaudy as that.
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>>61385885
Get a Santos if you're going to go with Cartier
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>>61392574
Mine just has an ugly strap because I think steel is uncomfortable with an active lifestyle, so I bought a quick Walmart replacement. Other than that, though, I like it.
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>>61392963
What knife and is it good?
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>>61392963
Idk what strap I'd get for mine. I've got this one https://www.invictawatch.com/watches/detail/18732-invicta-pro-diver-men-47mm-stainless-steel-stainless-steel-gold-blue-dial-2331103-quartz
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>>61392561
I was planning on maybe buying myself something sort of mid-range but not too expensive after a month or two at my job, but then my parents wanted to give me a gift so they told me to pick out a watch.
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What do you guys think about Vincero?

I'm not too familiar with /wt/ but have followed it some. Would love some input on this stuff.

Here's the watch in pic related https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06Y3L8ZCH
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>>61393014
Microtech Ultratech, seems to be good, though I don't use it heavily, just when I need a knife instead of shears while working as an EMT. It's an out-the-front knife, so carrying it out of uniform has the slight potential to get me in trouble. I oiled mine with M-Pro 7, which has been fantastic and long-lasting--use it sparingly, and work the blade back and forth a number of times to work it around, else it's a little too viscous.
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>>61393108
Well my parents are broke. What were you planning on getting before you played with daddies balls?
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>>61393063
I found pic related on AliExpress for mine, I intend to place an order and give it a try at some point. I'll also pick up a NATO or Zulu strap or two, probably in navy blue and white.
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>>61393185
I like that one since my watch face is blue.
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>>61393178
Like a Sinn or something probably, maybe a quartz Grand Seiko. I ended up getting a Rolex instead. My parents paid for the watch out of the college fund that they never ended up spending so I don't feel too bad about it.
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>>61393284
Which Rolex?
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>my hobby is about buying expensive stuff
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>>61393311
Michael Kors are the shittiest fucking watches I've seen, dude.
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>>61393288
Explorer. I tried on a new one and didn't like it as much as the previous model so I ended up buying a used one online.
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>>61393311
Your $800 top of the line smartphone is made on a Chinese assembly line. What's your point?
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>>61393303
>implying
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>>61393342
>used
>rolex

Nigga, you dun goofd. Also, why an Explorer? If they're fucking paying for it, I would have went with a sub or a datejust
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Is there even one slav watch that looks good?
Doesn't matter what year its from.
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>>61393352
Yeah but it lasts longer than some chinkyshitty watch
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>>61393355
>filename NEVER FORGET
how are you going to forget the time if you have a wristwatch
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>>61393352
The point is that all of those watches are the same garbage coming from the same factory and sold at a huge markup under all sorts of made up brand names. You can probably find your Vincero with an unbranded dial or with some other brand name on it on alibaba for a couple of bucks.
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>>61393376
I'm not going to forget: if you read the watch, you'll see that not only is it set up to beep every hour, but I even set an alarm.
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Add this to the OP. Vital information demonstrated using this high quality chronograph :^)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xzn4MQnngT4
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>>61393360
Because that was the watch I wanted, I was trying to buy a nice watch not fucking squeeze my parents for all the pennies I could. I like Datejusts but I wanted one of the sports models, a 14060m Sub was another option but I just wanted this instead.
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>>61389744
>>61387277

friendly reminder that Nomos is a shitty meme brand and if you fall for their scam you're an idiot who doesn't know what the fuck you're doing and got fooled by marketing
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>>61393414
just to be clear, that's the $8 casio terror watchlist watch, right?
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>>61393425
Not bad. Might get me one if I get enough grant money.
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>>61393426
>Stop liking what I don't like!
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>>61393441
It's the $6 Casio terror watchlist watch.
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>>61393480
>buy it again
>again
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>>61393425
nice watch. Explorer is a imo the perfect all use type of watch around.
>>61393426
this desu desu. Nomos is a terrible brand that overcharge for bad design and they stole literally every look 1:1 from classic watches.
>>61393477
>i spent all my money buying a knockoff that will break every 2 years but dont call me dumb REEEE
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>>61393529
It's a good beater watch for cheap, I picked up a few of them--they're comfortable to wear and have a very low profile. One I gave to a super poorfag EMT student who needed a watch (told him to keep it until he could buy something better), and the others I'm probably using to play around with mods like oil-filled cases and inverted displays without fear of messing up a more expensive digital watch.
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>>61393477
you could throw all your money in the fireplace for all i care but it doesn't make it any less idiotic
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>>61393361
What kind of watches?
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>>61393360
They don't even make the watch he bought anymore. The 36mm explorer is literately a perfect watch and is the Rolex i would choose as well.
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>>61391468
looks too much like an apple watch. i feel like Casio could make a unique design. Also is that really e-ink? It looks fucking terrible
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>>61388961
first collection on /g/ i can honestly say that I like everything
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>>61393121
Looks like $2 chinkshit from AliExpress
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>>61393361
Yes.
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>>61394155
Everything except the seamaster is dog shit.
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>>61394222
Trips of truth never lie, I guess this means there's a $2 AliExpress lookalike.
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>>61394155
Thanks anon. Guess that's what happens when I only post the vintage pieces.
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>>61379366
What's the model?
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Patek exhibit was pretty good. Best parts were the older pieces - they had a John Arnold pocket watch, some other interesting early pieces - repeaters, a decimal time watch, a worldwide, etc. They exhibited a grandmaster chime and a cal 89. They also had some plexiglass dinner-plate sized models of a perpetual calendar and a monopusher, which were cool to see. I'd recommend it for the anyone in NYC.
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>>61389917
i mean this is 4chan. if a comment is made its usually sarcastic shitposting or flinging shit at someone.
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>>61394277
Well its more than $2, it's not the same but it's close and I couldn't be bothered searching for more than 30 seconds.
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>>61394354
I'm going to miss it unfortunately. Timing sucks. Who knows how long it'll be before we get anything similar.
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>>61381992
pretty much every russian watch company put out an "amphibia" divers watch (Poljot, Vostok, Raketa, Slava) so those are solid, stainless steel pieces. there's also the poljot foreign series from the 50s which were russian watches made for the west which also has stainless steel cases and well finished movements.
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>>61394379
Your search found a better watch than mine. What search terms did you use?
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>>61394405
Don't forget that the Slava Amphibia is extremely rare. Most numerous is Vostok (like 99% of all Amphibias). Poljot ones can be found but not very common with Raketas being even less so.
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>>61388157
I think most of /wt/ will chew my ass for this, but this is my daily beater, and I love it.
60s Seiko 5, oxidized and beat to shit and it's got a chink 18mm black nato on it. I don't think I could get any plebbier than this.
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When was the last time you synced you slavshit, /wt/?
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>>61394455
Literally 'blue watch'. Then filtered to steel case and leather strap.
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>>61394484
I like that, it has a vintage Seamaster vibe. I think on a black leather strap or perlon that would dress up quite nicely too.
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>>61394554
I somehow didn't know the filters were a thing, maybe the page looked to busy and I just ignored them. Thanks.
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>>61394474
sure, but most russian watches are novelty chrome plated things that you could only really wear as dress pieces or they would end up looking destroyed. Those are the only steel russian watches I know of
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>>61394276
Oh fuck me dead niggers, the Archie Luxury rimjob service has arrived.
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>>61394588
That's mostly what led me to buy it. I paid about 35 dollars for it. I work in a mostly dressy job (no three piece suit needed, but dress pants and button downs are a necessity), so I needed something that wouldn't be too jarring or gaudy.
I only use the nato on weekends, weekdays call for the original steel strap.

I was thinking about buying a perlon, but it's much too pricy in my corner of the world. It would be more expensive than the watch itself.
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>>61394750
>perlon would be more expensive than the watch itself
Holy fuck, where's your corner of the world?
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Are there any decent B-type Flieger watches under 250$?
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>>61377737

Best watch for ~$100 currently available?
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>>61394985
Sixteen elegant Casio F-91W dress watches.
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I should have my lord marvel back from the watch man sometime next week if all goes well I'm pretty excited. How accurate does yours run wt?
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>>61394985

Can you post a copy of the poorfag watch guide?
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>>61377777
Best quints I've seen in awhile
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Sarb035 could use more love on /wt/
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>>61391400
>>61391434

You guys aren't true Archie fanatics.
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>>61394846
South America, aka eternal economic crisis land.
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>>61395273
SARB033 here, it's a watch I've actually gotten compliments on unlike when they called the police on me when I wore my F91-W because I'm paki
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>>61394944
Tisell.

>>61395447
Muh true Aussieman.
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>>61395926

Has there ever been a finer gentleman?
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>>61377737
you faggots are such losers lol




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