This looks amazing. Your pic is a million times better than the other shots. Before I didn't really get the appeal.
Also 2nd hand the depreciation is fairly chunky.
Cheers. Citizen also seems to have it at 40mm. May try and have a look at it.
Picked up a new strap for the IWC as I got fed up waiting for the easX-change straps to come into store in 21mm.
Cheers, that seems pretty definitive. How do you find it?
In the best way: very comfortable and unobtrusive. I also appreciate the legibility.
That being said, I haven't had it long and it's not suitable for (my) work, so doesn't get much use.
I’ve had mine a couple of years now and absolutely love it. Looks great on loads of different straps though I’m not convinced with the current one. Keep an eye on H Samuels website as they regularly have both the strap and bracelet version with heavy discount.
On a stevostrap.
Another option you may want to consider is Boldr - they do some really nice 38mm titanium mechaquartz watches like the venture GMT and the field medic (about £225 I think).
🤓 was hiking in the pitch black in the middle of nowhere so had a 1000 lumen torch with me. This was the lume after about five seconds of torch light being shone on the watch 😅
I kind of miss that watch. Looks great on you 👌
You got the later one with the lume at 3 o’clock!
Quite like this;
They’ve had the lume at 3 for a while now due to ISO whatever whatever. Actually think it looks correct versus no lume at 3.
Thank you. It very much fits in with my #aesthetic and lifestyle and I’m not sure what else would until I spend a lot a lot more. Maybe that’s a fun thing to aim for for my 30th in 2023.
Certainly looking forward to that :-)
Cheers and @Scilly.Suffolk Definitely think I'll go and have a look at one.
@DanM those boldr ones are nice. Venture GMT is a possible.
I notice, haven’t seen one in the flesh yet, think it look more in keeping.
Lolz at the price - is that what a 4 year old ETA Tudor goes for? You could get a 1960s snowflake Tudor sub for that…
Appears to be only the black bezel that has doubled in value.
Still prefer the red.
Didn't everyone say this?
I'm sure some one on here bought two. One to wear one for the safe.
As a man who owns one I hope so. A lot of the pricing for that model seems rather optimistic though.
The black was only released for a very short run before it got replaced by the one with the in-house movement.
Talking of values, Chrono24 tells me that my Seamaster 1948 has shot up (to £147 less than I paid for it, but still - better than where it was), anyone know why?
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