What time is it? Watches and horology

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  • Some people are more bothered by it than others but as I said, for me it’s only uncomfortable if the strap is tighter than it should be in any case.

  • Hope everyone is doing well
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    Only six months to go before babylon christmas
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    Peace and love


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  • This Longines MN is still my favourite, just annoyed by its weak 30m WR.


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  • Watch looks great, cycling looks great.
    Question: Do you find the watch slides down your wrist and digs in to the back of your hand/wrist? For me after half an hour or so, this becomes quite sore. If I tighten up the strap it's too tight. Not sure if it's just me and my dainty wrists?

  • Wearing the best Seiko in tribute to Eric Hall


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  • Longines Conquest for today, Happy Friday all.


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  • I do with the bracelet which doesn’t offer much adjustment (either too loose or too tight).

    The NATO helped, so it doesn’t dig in at the worst section, MN elastic strap even more so (like Erika’s fake or NDC).

  • The usual.


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  • Watch looks great, cycling looks great.

    Question: Do you find the watch slides down your wrist and digs in to the back of your hand/wrist? For me after half an hour or so, this becomes quite sore. If I tighten up the strap it's too tight. Not sure if it's just me and my dainty wrists?

    Ever thought of an LHD or left handed watch (on your left hand) or just swap hands with the current watch?

    There's some great ones like the Tudor pelagos LHD.

  • Pelago LHD definitely the top of my list, feel like it’s more practical for cycling.

    Or one with the crown at 4’o clock like this, massive watch but very comfortable on the wrist;

  • Squale does some nice pieces with crown at 4 o'clock.

  • Back on the stock metal strap, it's really nice but so much heavier than any of the others. I realise it looks way too tight on my wrist here but I think it's just having turned my wrist for the photo putting pressure on the top edge.


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  • Oh they do, and very comfortable even at 42mm.

    Only annoyance is using the crown when you want to set the times once or several time a months.

  • Back from a repair (crown not winding, Eddie sorted it all no problems).


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  • Likewise back after a brief sojourn away. I did miss the big fella


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  • Sunburst


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  • Hatton Garden Daytona nonsense


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  • Is that rainbow one a legit Rolex ref?

    I hate it.

  • It is and you couldn’t be more wrong. Ultimate baller Daytona.

  • snap

    (need to get a isofrane for this I think)


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  • Is there a price for the bottom left?

  • Did someone say "massive watch"?

  • Ultimate baller Daytona.

    Not a fan of Rolex, but the IDGAF nature of that really appeals.

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What time is it? Watches and horology

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