That’s ace. Love the bit of colour in the LCD background.
Ah. This has finally arrived. Feels lovely.
It's going back cos the minute hand fell off, but it counts as a new watch.
Bet you 10p the spring bar tool breaks the first time you use it
I'm tempted by one of these
Ha, I used the screwdriver that came with my 556 to remove some links and destroyed it on the first use, total cheese. @Aroogah, really nice choice, I’m wearing my Sinn today too.
As @Regal alluded to, I have made a grail purchase but it’s one for special occasions, a 1973 Grand Seiko VFA. No big watch purchases in 2020 until the savings recover.
Really like that.
Great watch. The crown is a nightmare (super small) and no hacking seconds, but I think you can get them for just over £50 on eBay, can't really go wrong for that.
Six pound strap Seiko
ooof those sharp angles
@Five-Hats and @inchpincher thanks for the heads up. I have a set of precision screwdrivers around here somewhere.
@Bainbridge thanks! Little present to myself for smashing grad school.
Amazingly very hard to find any nice looking chrono in that price range. The face feels a little smaller than expected but I think that's fine and works well.
Very fucking accurate indeed ;-)
Lovely lovely lovely. Don’t cut yourself on that case..!
Seiko and six quid strap here too
Love this. Really want to own a watch with an orange chrono hand.
Speedy for me today. There hasn't been a day that I haven't worn it since I got it.
Damn that's awesome
Pretty much all I wear since it got a bracelet despite it keeping horrific time.
You smashed grad school??? Get in! You rock!
This looks great on a decent bracelet. What did you go for, a Timecode one?
My SKX keeps terrible time too.
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