I think it’s an Everest.
New strap for the Seiko to kick off the new year:
That is in seriously nice shape for being 35 years old. I love the orange vs black colour too.
Not sure what you guys think of kickstarter watches. I saw this pop up on my TL today:
So thought I would post it here. I will admit I have pledged and gone for the mechanical one (X15-01 variant) to add to my 'mechanical' collection (3 watches....). I thought, if nothing else, it would be used as the field watch I was looking for as it looks smart and only cost £219 which is an acceptable risk!
Just by way of introduction, I used to be on this forum a long time ago, and was recently enticed back by a mate pointing out this thread. Love the pictures you guys have been posting and will post up my watches when I get home (away working at the moment).
This thread really doesn't help me not spend money though...
@Dammit I saw this in the window of maunder watch co (Guildford) earlier today... cool shop https://www.maunderwatches.co.uk/shop/preowned-watches/rolex/gmt-master-ii/rolex-gmt-master-ii-17/
My first Friday shot of 2020 and starting off with my Seiko.
Looks nice, better pic of the strap please...
Still wearing this Tudor
Wrist is under this ratty old Fenix 3 somewhere
Yeah it really is ridiculous. They do smaller cases now.
whats the size? 75mm? 10000000mm?
It’s basically a pip boy
Also Fenix 3
Looking a bit sparse... How high? 😊
Below the tree line so not that high.
Bought from inchpincher on here.. still loving it .. build quality is so good and the domed acrylic makes it feel ‘warm’ to wear somehow.
Grand Seiko 57GS is my grail for the year. Please shout if you encounter one in good nick.
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