*Checks retail on 2017 SLA017*
You’re gonna love the SLA037!
They are very nice watches though...
SPB on the left, SLA on the right
The SLA seems so much richer and that's before you consider the upgraded gubbins
I have a scuffed up SKX009.
£23,450? sound fair?
I'll throw in a Tudor for free...
I'm vaguely after a gold dress watch - what sort of dimensions are we looking at? Or what is the reference #?
I think it’s 40mm
What’s the box brand ?
Thank you - I’m tempted but maybe not quite tempted enough at £300, best of luck selling!
Talking about Seiko, I think this looks quite cool
I love my SPB. Until I see it next to an SLA 😅
Would polywatch work on a scratched-up swatch?
It’s a Chris Ward box.
Most likely, yes. Afaik only a few swatches have the various coatings that stop polywatch from working. Assuming the one you've got is definitely acrylic that is. im fairly sure I had a mineral glass Swatch a while back.
Hah yes absolutely.
Dial reminds me of the 'Omni Consumer Products' logo
Edit: Sorry, a bit facetious of me. Not to knock anyone's taste, but I immediately thought of paving when I saw it.
It is supposed to represent the paved streets of Ginza, so they succeeded there. It's definitely one of the more literal dials they've done. Apart from the new Turtles that have a turtle shell on the dial. 🤦♂️
Ha! Makes sense now
Favourite watch ever, the bracelet really go so well with it.
No date tho. :oP
Go Drax or go home
No date tho. :oP
Is that what women said to you all the times?
Especially when I'm married.
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