[ 3 / biz / cgl / ck / diy / fa / ic / jp / lit / sci / vr / vt ] [ index / top / reports / report a bug ] [ 4plebs / archived.moe / rbt ]

2022-05-23: Emergency maintenance completed.
2022-05-12: Ghost posting is now globally disabled. 2022: Due to resource constraints, /g/ and /tg/ will no longer be archived or available. Other archivers continue to archive these boards.Become a Patron!

/fa/ - Fashion

View post   
View page     

[ Toggle deleted replies ]
File: 2.00 MB, 1500x1500, 7f0734ad32c81a0982032f90226e66281a73293b.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
15745316 No.15745316 [Reply] [Original]

The Ugly Brown Crud Costs Extra Edition

This thread is about the appreciation of watches and their design, their history, and the engineering and materials that are required to make a functioning timepiece.

> Poorfag guide: https://m.imgur.com/a/NFMXDuK
> Watch essentials 102: https://pastebin.com/Rc77hhXV
> Purchasing used watches: https://pastebin.com/f44aJKy2
> Purchasing straps: https://pastebin.com/SwRysprE

Should I buy this MVMT / DW / "minimalist" fashion watch?
> https://imgur.com/a/6CNO8

Should I buy this Armani / Michael Kors / mall watch?
> https://imgur.com/a/Sw1FsAn

"Suggest a watch for me."
> Your budget
> Watch type, e.g. dress, diver, pilot
> Movement, e.g. automatic, hand wound, quartz
> Desired features, e.g. water resistance, day/date, 2nd time zone
> Preferred strap option, e.g. leather, nylon, bracelet
> Wrist size or desired watch size

Old bread >>15743513

>> No.15745332
File: 1.28 MB, 1455x895, sugess moonphase.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

roman numerals or bar indices
left has nicer lugs but is 13mm thick right is 12mm
both are 40mm diameter
left has nicer lugs, right is more legible as a chrono and better subdials markings but left has better moonphase markings. I'm not sure which crown I like more.

>> No.15745334

roman 4 is IV, not IIII
you will look like a retard with the left one

>> No.15745337


>> No.15745338

Great, it's not only retarded but its also a horrible conversation starter

>> No.15745341
File: 231 KB, 768x513, Roman-numeral-number-IIII-watches-clocks-8-768x513.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

no its just watch autism

>This way, the dial features the following numerals: I, II, III, IIII, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII. With this combination, you obtain three identical areas on the dial, each of them using the same kind of numerals. The first third only uses I, the second third is the only one using the V and finally, the last third is the only one featuring numerals with X. This way, you’re balancing the dial with three distinct areas, creating a more elegant and harmonious dial.

>> No.15745348

that would look good on a resin strap

>> No.15745352
File: 330 KB, 750x750, 2lrz8803rtf01.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

right is much nicer
its cleaner yet the textured portion makes it look more expensive than it is

>> No.15745353

damn that's a much nicer picture. it's perfect apart from the moonphase markings and the lugs.

>> No.15745359
File: 328 KB, 800x800, 2lrz8803rtf01.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

i think the wordings is fine
its small enough that it would be hard to see

and its not something stupidly obvious like MOONPHASE (duh) or TOURBILLION like they often love to put
i was looking at this which i found very nice, not a moonphase though

>> No.15745371
File: 126 KB, 442x222, colosseum.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745385

>illiteracy is exclusively a modern construct

>> No.15745393

The hands of my sneedverso are white gold, and given it has two sets of them, it's quite a bit of metal

>> No.15745395

Are apple watches /fa/?

>> No.15745398
File: 2.31 MB, 390x270, 1579782388607.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745406

Guys what are some relatively respectable quartz watches that aren't G-Shock? I just want a watch that I don't have to set and that receives atomic time, but I don't want it to be a child's shitter. Is Edifice any good?

>> No.15745409
File: 478 KB, 1940x1300, Three-Watches-with-Incredible-Textured-Dials-gear-patrol-lead-full[1].jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

what's the best dial texture

>> No.15745410

grand seiko or vintage Rolex quartz

>> No.15745415

This dial is fucking ugly

>> No.15745416

No, really.

>> No.15745420
File: 195 KB, 2000x1125, carDashboard.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

rumour has it, this watch can remotely drive your car with some minor adjustments.

>> No.15745422
File: 326 KB, 2000x1333, Omega-tourbillon-wristwatch-1947-phillips-20.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Linen or vertical brushing to be honest. The latter especially if it has a radially brushed chapter ring like pic related.

>> No.15745425

>4.5 date
Also, why is the dial so flat? It looks extremely weird.

>> No.15745428

Longines VHP quartz watches, Breitling Superquartz, Citizen chronomaster. Many options.

>> No.15745434

For two grand it better be able to suck my dick as well

>> No.15745439
File: 74 KB, 528x960, lelocle.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

bought my first watch lads, how did I do ?
Brand new for ~470 €.

>> No.15745440

it's shit, terrible choice

>> No.15745443

I'm so sorry anon

>> No.15745461

it would look good with an orange resin strap

>> No.15745471

grats anon
there not much to nitpick over, its a solid pick
how big is it?

>> No.15745474
File: 816 KB, 1024x790, longines-conquest-vhp-wrist-shot-carbon[1].jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

This xboxhuge mall shitter?

>> No.15745477
File: 107 KB, 839x421, Untitled.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

but why the fuck are they so THICK

>> No.15745479

>50m WR

>> No.15745482

i wanted the one on the right for years until i saw how thick it was

>> No.15745487

Same, Sinn makes the absolute best "military/tool aesthetic" watches in modern times IMO, except the thickness.

>> No.15745492

yeah she a thick bitch. a lot of it is crystal tho, it's double domed I think.

>> No.15745504
File: 1.75 MB, 512x384, 1595437046211.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745506


Is this the ultimate tool watch?

>> No.15745510

based casio with top notch production values

>> No.15745512

Japs have great corporate propaganda videos in general, it's basically the 90s over there.

>> No.15745522

Junghans Meister Mega. Traditional styling, 38.4mm diameter, radio-controlled in-house caliber with a lot of autistic features.

>> No.15745524

Aren't all watches with the 7750 movement pretty much the same thickness? Not a lot you can do there.

>> No.15745526

>>Aren't all watches with the 7750 movement pretty much the same thickness?

>> No.15745537

It's alright

>> No.15745551

the 856 is pretty good at 10mm

>> No.15745555
File: 233 KB, 1148x1520, rel_gio_citizen_black_tsuno_racer_100th_anniversary_av0077-82e_edi_o_limitada_13_[1].jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745557


>> No.15745560

Fuck, that's beautiful
Fuck, that's huge

>> No.15745561

only thing good are the digits

>> No.15745571

What are some goods watch rolls?

>> No.15745573

Did Rolex suddenly stop making the 34mm Datejust? Can't find it on their webpage under the DJ section anymore. The 31 is still on there.

>> No.15745577

The website just lists the 2020 models (31, 36, 41mm) but the 34 is still available to buy at retail.

>> No.15745579

God citizen are stupid, why the fuck would you need running seconds (at 3) and power reserve (at 9) to take up so much space, at least it's doesn't have useless 24 hour subdial.
The crown at 5 is for alarm btw. And it's so fucking big fuuuck

>> No.15745587
File: 344 KB, 2100x1402, Roman-numeral-number-IIII-watches-clocks-9.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745589
File: 209 KB, 1920x1080, top quality.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Here is the underside of the seconds on your Lolex, bro, now wait two years before you can pay us 12 grand for it.

>> No.15745592

Ah great to know, thank you. I thought only the Sub and OP were new for 2020. #1 wristlet watch still available then.

>> No.15745594

>a Rolex
How dumb are you? /wt/ should implement a 2 year waiting list instead to weed out brainlets like you.

>> No.15745597

My mistake, TAG huehue, I havent watched the whole vid, but still, I bet it costs at least 6k.

>> No.15745625

Such as? The IWC pilot is 15mm thick.

>> No.15745634
File: 651 KB, 2028x1394, 59140F8E-2F52-4C9E-A50D-F1BBEA44E316.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.15745676
File: 337 KB, 640x616, 1603716381500.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

My Zelos delivery is overdue.

>> No.15745681

>prescriptivism masks my ineptitude

>> No.15745693
File: 481 KB, 3000x1999, orient-king-diver-lead-1595423405.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Should I bros?

>> No.15745694
File: 483 KB, 2560x1707, c35f8393-img_6938-scaled.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745700


>> No.15745702

theyre pretty big

>> No.15745709

Just get an Orient Mako II for like $150, it's the exact same caliber. Use that money you saved up for 2 tranny hookers

>> No.15745728

>aqua terra hands on a diver
>small amount of lume
>hideous name
>22 above day window

>> No.15745749
File: 260 KB, 800x1200, Kimmy_Sydney.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>Diver on a leather strap
please tell me you don't do this

>> No.15745772


>> No.15745778

no, its a real ass moonphase. look up the movement if you dont believe me

>> No.15745779
File: 128 KB, 794x799, 28d56d908fc4aeb8cb8b4bbfa6251de7.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

its a largely faithful reissue of a 60s model, those points existed back then as well. As for why, its an Orient, and orient does what orient wants.
Besides the movement its just a +1-2mm increased size.

>> No.15745784

i know that watch is a moonphase, i was talking about the pic i had posted.

>> No.15745796

It's okay

>> No.15745830
File: 7 KB, 217x232, cereal-guy.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

i'll keep it simple: what is the best new watch you can buy for $2500 or less?

>> No.15745833
File: 3.06 MB, 4032x3024, F6DE3E3C-16B0-410A-BFDB-6F465AC85EEA.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Bros it just arrived

>> No.15745835

Define best.

>> No.15745836

>Use that money you saved up for 2 tranny hookers
fuck off tinny

>> No.15745839
File: 176 KB, 848x940, 28d56d908fc4aeb8cb8b4bbfa6251de7.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>buy a $2200 swiss watch
>get a FREE mug, but only if you order (((soon)))

wow Oris. Very nice!

>> No.15745842 [DELETED] 


>> No.15745844

That bear gives me rapist vibes

>> No.15745845
File: 35 KB, 188x250, 7BD6441D-973F-4EA7-94CD-926C635105F7.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I think you’re going for something retro. Orient recently re-issued their SK diver, which looks a lot cooler than what you’ve got

>> No.15745850

Are you thr anon who's been searching for that seiko LE for the past few threads

>> No.15745852

Yes I decided to get the SARY105 instead of the 103 because I couldn't find the 103 anywhere new

>> No.15745855

Very tasteful choice, wear it in good health.

>> No.15745856

Croton? More like Crouton

>> No.15745862
File: 116 KB, 1200x900, the-citizen-eco-drive-aq4041-54l-made-in-japan-solar-quartz_4_273_1200x.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Citizen chronomaster
Great finishing, high accuracy quartz, perpetual calender.

>> No.15745866

im more triggered by the fact that only the T is capitalised, it'll bug my OCD to no end. It should be "The New Standard". It also looks too small to be a good mug.

>> No.15745867
File: 155 KB, 1488x2000, received_238968677625624.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

This is my budget omega speedmaster surrogate

>> No.15745868

Looks pretty sweet anon congrats where did you find it

>> No.15745871

Local jeweller in the UK, it was their last in stock!

>> No.15745880

i'll leave that to you

>> No.15745886
File: 616 KB, 478x480, SBGH267_4_large.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Daini seikosha logos, obviously.

>> No.15745890
File: 1.25 MB, 4032x3024, d783a9aj2km31.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Casio Oceanus s100 or t200 fit the bill.

>> No.15745896

Because they all use the 7750 chronograph movement. Most automatic chronograph movements are T H I C C.

>> No.15745897



>> No.15745908
File: 538 KB, 848x1500, rapey bear says it's time for rape.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15745918

ircc they come in a 39mm, too

i'm more annoyed it says 50meter instead of 50meters

>> No.15745923

Probably a Tudor heritage Black Bay or a Sinn 104st

>> No.15745926
File: 990 KB, 3024x3024, xfhlu1uj7id31 (1).jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

If Rolex manages to make a ROLEX ROLEX ROLEX dial pattern that actually looks good, then that would be good too.

Besides, the dial pattern mostly looks abstract unless you look really closely to appreciate the return of the Daini lightning bolt.

>> No.15745929

Any Casio Edifice Black Label of your choice.

>> No.15745932

How much is this and is there a black version?

>> No.15745936
File: 472 KB, 2000x1334, DSCF7615 (1).jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

MSRP was $6,300 USD and no, there isn't a black version.

There was a white version, but it had a platinum case and extreme amounts of hand adjustment and was priced much higher.

>> No.15745938

Nomos club
Longines heritage sector
Damasko DA36
Oris big crown pointer date
Doxa sub 300T
Hamilton intramatic 68

>> No.15745941

how loud does it tick

>> No.15745943

>daini logo
>no suwa logo
No love for arguably the more important team within seiko.

>> No.15745946
File: 409 KB, 1690x1100, 8207AF53-523D-469C-9C44-7EC3C9D1DBBD.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

There's a dark red / copper version

>> No.15745956

how the FUCK do they make this dial? is it using engine turning like guilloche or is it a different process? either way its top 10 dials of all time, dont care it says gs over and over like the faggot anon replying to this post says

>> No.15745967

small seconds so no loud ticking

>> No.15745973

what about when you're timing something

>> No.15745976

> Why does a watch made by Seiko Instruments, the descendant of daini seiko, not have a suwa logo?

>> No.15745982


Pants on head retard over here

>> No.15745983
File: 62 KB, 724x1000, product5964-0-8457.jpg.thumb_FFFCFA_724x1000.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

daaaaaaaaaamn nigga, I had one of those, I could never go around to figuring out the alarm function, the chrono seconds and minutes always slid, but the indiglo function was cool as shit. miss that lil nigga like you wouldnt believe.

>> No.15745987

A Suwa logo would never appear on a modern mechanical Grand Seiko because mechanical Grand Seikos are made by Seiko Instruments Incorporated, which is the modern day name of Daini Seikosha.

Also, all modern Grand Seiko, Seiko and Credor mechanical movements that have a design lineage dating back to the 1970s are all Daini movement designs. This includes the 7xxx which led to the 7Sxx family, the 52xx which led to the 4Sxx family now used in Credors, and the 68xx family which was recently turned into the Credor micro-artist studio's first tourbillon model.

Suwa is now Seiko Epson and makes quartz and spring drive Grand Seikos.

The idea that Suwa was more important is therefore also quite flawed.

>> No.15745994
File: 406 KB, 1152x940, oris.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

over 9000 hours in paint later

>> No.15745999

not him, but i have a Timex Weekender chronograph and it's silent during timing

>> No.15746002

For the record I knew that.
But I meant why hasn't the quartz/spring drive division made a suwa dial yet.

>> No.15746010
File: 717 KB, 1400x1750, Grand-Seiko-Four-Seasons-4.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Because they prefer to stick to jerking themselves off about the nature inspirations for their various dials. Don't get me wrong, Suwa does lots of nice dial patterns and textures, but the pretentiousness of the natural world inspiration explanations they give make me laugh.

>> No.15746012

Also I don't think we should be discounting Suwa in their place of Seikos history. They were the ones that brought the Astron and the quartz crisis (regardless of its fame /infamous). They were Grand Seiko. Daini was not Grand Seiko at the time (though not that it mattered as King was just as good).
And ofc the introduction of Spring Drive.

>> No.15746017

Of course you can't discount Suwa, but Daini were, overall, the better mechanical movement designers and manufacturers. I think Suwa's direction post-quartz itself confirms that this was recognized internally.

I don't think you can really say either side is more important than the other as a result. Also, Daini made what is arguably the best pre-quartz Grand Seiko model in the form of the 45xx.

>> No.15746026

The 35 was a prototype watch that was horribly unreliable and rushed to market in super limited quantity, with the only goal being to be offivially first to market, as CEH was nearly ready to release theirs. The 35 was so bad Seiko had to change the quartz oscillator and circuit board design after the initial batch, and didn't even do a revision number bump when they did it. The first actual commercial Seiko quartz watch was the 38.

Saying Suwa "was" Grand Seiko is incoherent. Both Suwa and Daini made GS branded watches (and both made KS branded watches as well).

>> No.15746034

this is the only tolerable style of power reserve indicator on a dial. unfortunately, they wrote "power reserve" on it, as if you need to constantly be reminded of what it is at the expense of having a clean dial. I'm not Guy Pierce in Memento. I actually knew what it was without even being told once. but thanks for the permanent sentence printed on this otherwise beautiful dial.
sorry, it is a cool watch, though, anon.

>> No.15746044

I think I have seen some valjewx at 12mm.

>> No.15746046

it's pretty cool on its own, though
I recently upgraded my daily from a weekender to a not-timex watch and I love the watch but going from indiglo to without is MUCH more annoying than I anticipated.

>> No.15746049

the noir-ish shadow on the left with just the eye highlighted really sells it lol

>> No.15746131

It does tick audibly, but less so than a swatch.
The indiglo on mine broke, sadly, only a tiny strip on the bottom lights up. Also the chronograph return button no longer works. Of the features, only starting the chronograph and the alarm still works.
I have it for 10 years now, changed the battery once and the strap twice.

>> No.15746146

The real question is more like, was the 52XX or the 56XX better? They were the last movements made before quartz.

>> No.15746162
File: 27 KB, 473x473, 1594191023330.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15746166

>Daini were, overall, the better mechanical movement designers and manufacturers.
Maybe eventually, but Suwa did all the mainstrean stuff, and Daini did what they did because they were pretty much always trying to catch up. KS in general was a response to GS, 51 series to 83 series, 52 series to 56 series etc, and at the same time Suwa had 62 and then 61 that were in the large majority of Seiko watches from cheapest Seikomatics to GS, and Daini had nothing comparable. It could be argued that starting from Suwa Marvel and Daini Chronos, Daini were always one step behind, only catching up and surpassing Suwa with their last designs before the quartz crisis.
They also always had some weird shit going on in their designs. 45 is brilliant yes, but 52 is half great and half awful (wtf is with the hand winding, just do it normally, it feels like shit and stays engaged when quicksetting the date). 51 is even weirder inside. The brilliance of the 7000 series, on the other hand, is the simplicity and suitability for automated production, which is part of the reason why it kept going and even expanded to mid range watches these days.

>> No.15746172

Both were brilliant, in my opinion. 56 has the unfortunate aging problems, but as I said above, 52 has some bad qualities too. 56 just feels very good to work with and to use, if the calendar quickset and drive wheel pinion are fine. 52 is technically more impressive.

>> No.15746178

exclusively speaking about the quality of the movement and of the general build which is better between the khaki field (the 500$ mechanical one) and the junghans max bill with the ETA 2824-2? will probably get both sometime but I can only afford one atm

>> No.15746184
File: 108 KB, 613x1000, flieger-chrono-fr.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

What do you think?


>> No.15746188

Looks good but big imo but so is every other German chrono flieger.

>> No.15746202


They have smaller ones too, 40.6, I linked the wrong one.

>> No.15746207

There's something I don't get. On a lot of watches to regulate there's one arm that you aren't supposed to touch unless you have a timegrapher and a second arm you move around for little adjustments. But on some movements like the ETA 2824 and some GS movements, they have both arms and a place to use a screwdriver. What's the deal with that?

>> No.15746208

Is there a watch like this but with a mechanism to cover the tritium tubes when you're deep undercover in enemy territory like a thief in the night?

>> No.15746227
File: 62 KB, 1000x1000, tissot_gentleman.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

should I?

>> No.15746228


>> No.15746231

No kanji wheel = no buy

>> No.15746234


>> No.15746241

Daini were slower in developing new designs, but those designs ended up being better than the Suwa equivalents. Just look at how large a proportion of Suwa mechanical movements all have long term wear issues that make them such pains in the ass as vintage watches, while the Daini equivalent movements have tended to survive much better.

The 52xx has the weird hand-winding thing, but it also doesn't have the long term wear issues the 56xx does, and was generally offered in better adjusted form than the 56xxs were.

The 701x again avoids the long term wear issues of the 613x as well as having flyback functionality in a mass production chronograph movement.

Daini also tended to be even more fanatical about adjusting movements to high accuracy standards than Suwa was, from the Astronomical Observatory Chronometers to often adjusting Daini KS models to GS standards.

I think doing things right is more valuable than doing them first, and I think the well established long term reliability advantage of Daini movement designs is a significant part of why only Daini designs were carried forward into post-quartz Seiko mechanical movements.

>> No.15746243
File: 238 KB, 1080x1080, 1605348318796.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

All this recent Traditionnelle talk, my consoomer levels are hitting all time highs.
Maybe 10 years when I can justify buying this used.

>> No.15746245


>> No.15746246

There's a Tissot Le Locle Powermatic 80 going second hand near me for roughly 25% of RRP - worth it or no?

>> No.15746250
File: 32 KB, 337x583, pilot_officer-day-f62efb98.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Get this one instead
It actually has reasonable dimensions, especially for an automatic chrono
>Maße und Gewicht
>Gehäusedurchmesser: 37,5 mm
>Gesamthöhe in Mitte der Uhr: 14 mm
>Bandanstoßbreite: 20 mm
>Gewicht ohne Band: 67 Gramm

>> No.15746255

The 40mm one is definitely a bigger size, try and find some pictures of it on someone's wrist, showing the thickness. A thicker watch can definitely work depending on how the case is shaped.

>> No.15746259
File: 2.40 MB, 1586x2048, Screenshot_20201128-140622.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15746270

only real men can deal

>> No.15746272

For a flieger style watch, Ive been eyeing Farer given how strong their lume seems to be. Are there any other suggestions for fliegers with strong lume in the price range ?

>> No.15746273


>> No.15746279
File: 196 KB, 938x800, 2lrz8803rtf01.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

what would you do if your husband surprised you with a Rolex?

>> No.15746280

>he subs to this watchthot

>> No.15746283

I'd be quite happy

>> No.15746294

not him, but I keep getting this bitch showing up in my recommended videos

>> No.15746308

Suck his dick dry probably.

>> No.15746312


>> No.15746317

shit on his chest like he clearly wants me to

>> No.15746320

>the well established long term reliability advantage of Daini movement designs is a significant part of why only Daini designs were carried forward into post-quartz Seiko mechanical movements.
Yeah, can't argue with that. I guess my dream automatic watch would have a 52 with the smooth, springy hand winding of a 56.
On related news, 44KS reissue confirmed. I wonder what it will be running.

>> No.15746325

45 hand winding actually best though. I miss the one I traded mostly for that reason.

>> No.15746331

Post how thicc it is plz

>> No.15746332

Just want a GS that is not thick af and =<39mm and that isn't starting $30K USD.

I want to buy GS but all the actually wearable ones are limited editions that cost holy trinity tier

>> No.15746335

>38mm, 11.4mm thick
>3000 piece limited edition
>¥350 000

IP range blocked so can't post pick, see neel_yokohama on instagram.

>> No.15746339
File: 49 KB, 171x441, 1558238381303.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Wish seiko would just make the SBGY002 out of steel or that fancy titanium, and put it on a bracelet.

>> No.15746340

What did you get? I like the nova linen but not sure if I like it better than the stowa marine 36 with the 7001

>> No.15746349
File: 77 KB, 484x640, s-l640 (1).jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Hahaha, that's the # on a first edition english blue eyes white dragon.

>> No.15746356

>44KS reissue confirmed
Got a link? That sounds relevant to my interests.

Did you happen to trade it for a 5106 Presmatic by any chance?

>> No.15746358

Yes, I did.

>> No.15746368
File: 3.46 MB, 2272x2273, IMG_20200219_155502.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

How's my former 5106 treating you? Your 45KS remains a pleasure to own and wear. Haven't been on one of these threads for quite a long time.

>> No.15746379

Tbh I don't really wear the 5106, it's a neat watch but I'll probably give it to somebody as a gift at some point. I've been moving more into quartz collecting, having recently picked up a citizen 8650a.

>> No.15746383
File: 68 KB, 640x480, ABCF65EF-CE8B-4A41-9754-CAB13E225172.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

My dream is to start my own small watch brand. I don’t have much money, nor do I know anything about technology or design. I know there are millions of them on Kickstarter, but most seem to be automatic divers or something. I’d like to make a digital watch, but it seems more difficult. I couldn’t find any digital movements available for purchasing the way analog Miyotas are, for example. Am I missing something here?

>> No.15746386
File: 460 KB, 1285x1132, IMG_20170807_235751.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Have you been able to learn anything more concrete about the daini made 5740C? Wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't anything more though.

>> No.15746392

This watch is crooked

>> No.15746394

Getting more into quartz collecting is cool. My tastes in modern watches have increasingly been gravitating towards quartz and spring drive, my interests in vintage watches are still mostly on mechanicals but I'm starting to get interested in tuning fork watches also. I feel like I should own a Speedsonic some day to complete my collection of maximally contrarian Speedmasters.

Never found anything else. I asked around on a few specialist forums but no one had any info. Haven't had much time for researching watch stuff for quite a while also.

>> No.15746436

pure sex - the dial

>> No.15746442

my timex runs slow two minutes every week or so
fuckuing hate it because I love the way it looks and feels

>> No.15746443
File: 307 KB, 2100x1402, Grand-Seiko-60th-Anniversary-Collection-First-Grand-Seiko-Re-Creation-1960-SBGW257-SBGW259-14.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Don't they have a bunch of models that fit within those requirements now? Unless you mean on a bracelet specifically? There's the SBGW253, SBGW259, SBGY003, and SBGW231.

>> No.15746459

>starting a collection with only blue-dial watches allowed
A meme?

>> No.15746466

>>44KS reissue confirmed
>Got a link? That sounds relevant to my interests.
It's only 38mm, you wouldn't like it. Being a man and all.

>> No.15746477

are automatic movements supposed to make an audible click when you move it fast? Mine's an eta

>> No.15746483

Yes, it’s normal for the rotor on the 2824 to click

>> No.15746488

Someone did it already >>15741274

>> No.15746497

soulless for sure.

>> No.15746511
File: 435 KB, 800x800, -149207578591500575.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I'm looking forward to getting my Pagani Autavia friends.

>> No.15746513

make full metal cases and bracelet for f91w, you will hit bank

>> No.15746522
File: 90 KB, 957x621, 1487323965269.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

change battery retard

>> No.15746552

I hope this isn't you because that looks massive, no way would I buy it if it looked like that (which it would because my wrists are feeble).

>> No.15746553

link to where I can buy one?

>> No.15746554

Oh right, fair point then, that's me told.
Fucking hell, all Valjoux 7750 are slab thick, they haven't magically got thinner in the last 40 years.

>> No.15746556

Bros what leather strap would look good with this? I’m not a fan of bracelets so I’m gonna get it changed

>> No.15746557

automatic or quartz? if quartz then no

>> No.15746562

Dark brown croc or alligator, something more classical than vintage looking.

>> No.15746639

Ignore the thick Sinn wristlet. they complain constantly about how the heavy toolish automatic chronographs aren't as thin enough for their baby wrist.

If you can wear a DW5600 you can get away with a Sinn chrono

>> No.15746653
File: 40 KB, 640x480, photo_2020-11-29_00-00-09.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

But that would be just a case for F91W. I don't want to earn money, I want to make something personal, lose all my savings and kill myself before I'm 30

>> No.15746656

Grey/blue seude would give it a more casual look for every day wearability.

>> No.15746661

give me all your money anon and I'll hook you up with a tank of nitrogen a binbag and some zip ties.

I can't help you with your watch goals though

>> No.15746665
File: 22 KB, 800x557, photo_2020-11-29_00-07-05.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

My savings are probably smaller than your monthly salary though

>> No.15746670

Hey can anyone help me? I'm a gardener, but I also do repairs, improvements, and admin at an office. What kind of watch should I get if I want to spend around a hundred bucks?

>> No.15746671

>no tachymeter bezel
speed what?

>> No.15746672
File: 1.13 MB, 3024x4032, ss0cl7vw91261.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Perfect size

>> No.15746673
File: 6 KB, 278x181, download (1).jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

more north flag posting

>> No.15746675

What leather strap should I put on my SARB035?
I normally prefer bracelets, but the one that comes with this watch is fucking awful. In the meantime I bought a custom jubilee for it to see if that will make me hate wearing it less.

>> No.15746676

G-shock DW5600 / GW-M5610-1ER

>> No.15746679


>> No.15746688

You what? Its massive on you

>> No.15746690

What would your company name be?

>> No.15746691
File: 410 KB, 450x671, file.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

If you don't want the Gshock look, look at the Casio edifice range.

You might want to look at something with sapphire to stop it getting scratched up when gardening etc. Might be more office friendly than the Gshocks

>> No.15746692

Literally too big

>> No.15746694
File: 658 KB, 1600x1600, seiko-prospex-sbep001-men-watch-01.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I don't speak American, sorry. If you want to know the watch, google Gerlach Kosmonauta

>> No.15746695

The watch is fie his wrist is too small.

>> No.15746702
File: 138 KB, 1640x1093, P8080921.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Probably some Soviet scientist's last name

>> No.15746728

ya thats not me lol.
Theres just not many pics of it on the wrist online.

>> No.15746729

whats the ref on this? didn't know they'd re-introduced VFa to the current Grand Seiko lineup

>> No.15746731

found the trolls, bet youre mad you cant afford this watch. post your collection nerds

>> No.15746746

Guys I dreamt I got a panerai that was as big as a small wall clock, and I had to wear it cos it cost me a fortune and everybody laughed at me, and I kept bumping in to stuff with it and made my wrist feel very tired

>> No.15746750

literally the biggest scam in "high-end" watches

>> No.15746761

The best value for money would be the military issue Marathon ADANAC GPD on sale for $35: https://www.marathonwatch.com/products/general-purpose-digital-gpd-watch-backlight-stopwatch-day-and-date-display
If you're looking for something more traditional then you'd ideally want a modestly sized (<40mm) and slim watch for comfort of movement with a titanium case/bracelet for low weight, a sapphire crystal against scratches and a 10 bar water resistance.
There's the Seiko SGG7XX series if you can expand your budget a bit:

>> No.15746763

are you an engineer?
nice watch, id go bracelet over rubber tho

>> No.15746764

god damn she was fucking orgasming from that watch

>> No.15746779

The female orgasm is a myth

>> No.15746801


>> No.15746811

That would be Hublot. At least Panerai does some interesting materials science

>> No.15746821
File: 357 KB, 541x721, hublot.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>That'll be $127,000 plus tip, sir.

>> No.15746827

This is the ultimate undercover watch, normies wont notice it or think its expensive so you can fully enjoy it without being a showoff or getting shanked for it.

>> No.15746830

Let him put it in my butt that night

>> No.15746862

This watch is really cool; I feel like it's gonna be the next big thing. Now that people basically can't get a Nautilus or a Royal Oak this might be the next hype watch. It is on the dressy side of thing so I might just be paranoid but I keep seeing these more often in print media already and once John Mayer or somebody like him posts a pic of this it's gonna skyrocket in price. Reminds me a bit of how the (also rather dressy) FP Journe is now three times the price it was just a few years ago.

>> No.15746876

I would need a longer power reserve. I dont think i could bring myself to wear that once every 2 weeks

>> No.15746899

That's an awesome gimmick, love it.

>> No.15746912
File: 3.28 MB, 2592x4608, 1606521067677.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

It is currently my favourite option for about a year now. Every time i go back to the bracelet i start missing the contrast of the black strap and silver case. Also love the lug gaps and dispise these straps that fill them in, looks disgusting and makes the watch disproportionally chunky on the top. Now
>diver on a bad fitting leather strap
That is a whole different category of comfy. I also make sure to propagate leather on divers so i can get more into this cult.

>> No.15746919

They're both bad. But I think at least Hublot has fun and doesnt take themselves seriously.
Panerai makes one watch in a billion different materials and slight design changes

>> No.15746922

I wouldn't worry about titanium like the one anon said. it's stronger and lighter than e.g. steel, but it scratches more easily. I don't understand how that works, but there you have it.
some of us here like the citizen bm8180. it's $123 on jomashop. solar ecodrive movement. stainless steel.
if you don't like the strap, it can easily be changed pretty cheaply.
not just this watch, but mostly all of them except those with integrated bracelets.

>> No.15746929

this has been out for a couple of years (?), I think.
It has been the Traditionnelle to get ever since.
But my dilemma of it against the 5227r.....ugh. Whatever I can't justify buying either.

>> No.15746935

Just get a Lange instead for half the price. The price gouging VC and Patek have been doing the last few years is disgusting.

>> No.15746942

I'd get the Traditionelle instead of the Calatrava because it looks much more interesting to me. The Calatrava is a Petek though and that's also always special.

>> No.15746955
File: 66 KB, 1280x720, 92AAE9B1-0802-48BA-A822-6E5B87BD472B.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

my final watch arrives 48 hours from now.

>> No.15746959

>final watch
you poor deluded fool.

>> No.15746963

Idk, I like Lange but to me their non chronograph/very complicated watches aren't as interesting as the VC or Patek. Saxonia and 1815 just don't do it as well to me.

Like I do think the Traditionnelle would be the one if I did actually buy one. The date is something I don't care for but I gotta give it to Patek for those lugs and pretty thin automatic movement.

>> No.15746970
File: 14 KB, 321x403, 439FB34A-1AFA-4C2B-96A9-DAC76ECCCC11.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


i’ve gone through probably 2 dozen watches in 10 years, most between the $5k-$20k range.

it’s time anon.

>> No.15746973

> The date is something I don't care for
It's useful and I'm sure that if you actually wore the watch you wouldn't even notice. Being autistic over some screenshots is never a good idea. Always try on irl.

>> No.15746974
File: 147 KB, 1080x1080, B2E5A630-415D-4371-89D5-3F9790D2956F.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.15746975

Proud of you
I've gone through maybe 10k in 4 years and I I want to move on to the point were I'm not always looking for a another watch to add to my collection.

>> No.15746996

Been there, done that but there will come a day when you see some new watch and you have to have it. I just learned to keep my collection parred back to only those I wore regularly. The rest I sold. If you buy and sell smart you can even make a profit in the process.

>> No.15747004
File: 185 KB, 770x575, why.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>MFW I'll never be able to make a woman that happy

>> No.15747006

What's your point? Brands changes their prices frequently based on currency exchange rates and demand.

>> No.15747007

Tbf I haven't cared for dates on all of my last watches. I'm not saying that cause "dude dress watches". Imo has always ruined dial symmetry unless its the centred big date like the Langes, or radial.

>> No.15747010

well what is it?

>> No.15747037
File: 228 KB, 983x1518, PP5227.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I understand, liking the dial is the most important criteria by a large margin, but on the 5227 I don't see the problem.

>> No.15747040
File: 199 KB, 1280x1280, en-citizen-aw1240-57e.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Assuming I have no interest in changing straps is there any issue with buying a watch that has a proprietary strap/attachment?

>> No.15747053
File: 71 KB, 800x534, 358201_852_lange1020120of201.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I prefer the Traditionelle, though as I mentioned last thread I prefer the platinum version with the anthracite dial.

The design of the Saxonia is very nice, but the three-quarter plate doesn't make for much interesting viewing through the caseback versus the Traditionelle.

>> No.15747061
File: 303 KB, 1500x1000, A.-Lange-and-Sohne-Saxonia-Automatic-Terra-Brown-dials-4.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

The Saxonia automatics are not just a 3/4 plate.

>> No.15747074

Good goy. That's not what's going on here at all. They did the same thing last year. Raising prices on some watches by as much as 20% in 2 years is not normal.

>> No.15747077

Not him but they really could have chosen a better font for the date

>> No.15747080

Why do you care when you struggle to afford a $100 watch?

>> No.15747081
File: 3.21 MB, 4032x3024, 20201127_095611.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.15747082

for you

>> No.15747085

I'd be willing to bet I'm significantly more wealthy than you, but I find it amusing that you completely refuse to acknowledge the fact that Patek has become lazy and greedy as a result of their success.

>> No.15747088


>> No.15747103
File: 12 KB, 208x243, merchant.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15747107

Stop taunting my poorfag self anon

>> No.15747108

There is no brand in the industry that understands their customers better than Patek or how to remain at the top for many decades. They don't make price changes for arbitrary reasons.

Post collection.

>> No.15747130

>They don't make price changes for arbitrary reasons.
Yeah, it's not arbitrary. It's called greed.
>June 2017 price increase ~5.5% across all models
>justification: weak pound
>June 2019 price increases ~7%
>justification given: none
>October 2020 price increases ~7%
>justification given: none
Hmm, I wonder what they will do next year?

>> No.15747131
File: 1.29 MB, 1361x1361, 1606612492145.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.15747136

I don't mind the rich anons here, I just want to see your watches on your wrists.

>> No.15747138
File: 254 KB, 640x640, H13ac90b87a0742108801f3197324f896m.jpg_640x640Q90.jpg_.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Rate this chink seiko homage.
Have to give it a few points just for the name.

>> No.15747140
File: 1.60 MB, 1012x1331, 1606612972763.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I really love going through aliexpress customer photos and laughing at wristlets

>> No.15747147
File: 322 KB, 640x640, 1606613380407.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I really wish the chinese had a proper jumping hour gmt movement. I really like the execution of this vintage styled gmt master homage.
Unfortunately they use some module on top of their pt5000 eta clone movement. Occasionally janky clone movement + janky gmt module is just not worth it.

>> No.15747150

> Your budget
> Watch type, e.g. dress, diver, pilot
> Movement, e.g. automatic, hand wound, quartz
> Desired features, e.g. water resistance, day/date, 2nd time zone
None, 2-hand or sub seconds dial
> Preferred strap option, e.g. leather, nylon, bracelet
> Wrist size or desired watch size

>> No.15747151
File: 235 KB, 2100x1397, Baltic-Aquascaphe-Dive-Watch-Review-9.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Help me i can't stop glancing at Baltic divers. They have my favorite look so far besides the tiny bit of gold lorier has but besides that it's making the almonds activate.

>> No.15747152

If you're going to show off and make me feel like a loser you might have the decency to at least orientate your photos correctly.

>> No.15747154


>> No.15747156
File: 40 KB, 403x392, 1606613636995.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Fake rivet bracelets need to die

>> No.15747160

looks nobad, bet it has a ceramic bezel tho so it's a write off for me.

>> No.15747161

Yeah i agree, the original rivet bracelets were shit. The fake ones on the BB58 are shit and the ones the Chinese make are absolute dog shite

>> No.15747171
File: 722 KB, 2560x2560, 0386_orion_38_weiss-2d-front-masked_1(1).jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Unfortunately Nomos doesn't do it for me. Their lugs are really long and the Orion (which is in my mind the most dressy of their collection) has these weird gaps where the hour markers are set further inward than the minute graduations and it drives me insane.

>> No.15747172

Ya I'm thinking of getting one but I'll wait for them to show up 2nd hand. Kinda expensive for the movement

>> No.15747174
File: 245 KB, 2000x1333, 3158faccc67b3cf.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Up your budget a bit and get a nomos minimatic. It's just so perfect.
Otherwise look at the rest of the nomos lineup.
Also the stowa Marine classic 36, and ante.

>> No.15747178

Sapphire bezel on that one

>> No.15747185

If there's one thing I can't stand it's half numbers/half indices on a watch.

>> No.15747188

That's what I keep telling myself.

>> No.15747189

What's the case diameter on that watch?

>> No.15747190

Please, will you share your thoughts on homosexuality with us?

>> No.15747196

Its a standard sub case 40mm

>> No.15747203

Tbh the movement is a fairly small part of the cost of a watch until you get to in house and complications. For instance the autodromo group b is even more expensive and use a miyota 9015. In either case your paying for design, finishing and materials.

>> No.15747205
File: 77 KB, 600x723, 3158faccc67b3cf.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>So the colour scheme for this watch is a cream dial with blood red hands. The minute track will be light blue graduations with khaki accents at every 5th marker. Each hour index will be in teal with arabic numerals for each even number, EXCEPT FOR THE SIXTH INDEX WHICH WILL HAVE NONE OF THAT SHIT BUT WILL INSTEAD BE FLORESCENT ORANGE AND FLOATING NOWHERE IN RELATION TO ANYTHING ELSE.
Oh god, my watch autism is off the charts.

>> No.15747206


breitling aerospace evo in black. quartz is the future.


that’s what i’ve done, i’m down to 3 watches, including the one that’s about to arrive. i actually haven’t lost money in these 15 years, having broken even or profited on all the major purchases, even the Grand Seikos.

>> No.15747209

Thats a nice watch. I've always had a thing for that watch. If only I weren't an absolute wristlet.

>> No.15747218
File: 480 KB, 1080x810, 20201128_210707.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.15747220

Do they do anything in house besides make sure its up to spec? I read French watch makers assemble it and make sure its working properly but I don't recall reading them replacing anything with their own parts. Does that make it worth the 800~

>> No.15747223

It's really beautiful

>> No.15747229


i’m sure they’ll come out with a smaller version in the future. breitling has been literally downsizing much of their line since Kern came on. luckily my wrist is nice and wide+flat at least which gives me some room.

>> No.15747234

quit posting this whore

>> No.15747236

Who's this whore again? You know, for science.

>> No.15747237
File: 177 KB, 720x885, 20201128_211240.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

First post got me interested in sugess. Fucking memebillon for less than 1k? This one interests me quite a bit

>> No.15747240
File: 164 KB, 608x623, 20201128_211615.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

There's this one but I'm not digging the cut numerals

>> No.15747241

Is it an actual memebillon though? Because Chinese love to put fake memebillons in their watches, they call them flying wheels.

>> No.15747242
File: 122 KB, 720x716, 20201128_211635.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Finally there this but I don't even know if I like it. Why tf did they have to make the hands off center like that?

>> No.15747244

And every single watch they produce is sold. What a terrible business they are letting demand dictate price. Do you think they are a charity?

>> No.15747250
File: 444 KB, 900x1152, SU8000LSBE_900x.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

As a turbo wristlet i am mad as fuck that seagull Makes a tourbillion movement that fits in a 36mm watch and it only ever gets used in horrible bejeweled shitters for women.

>> No.15747253
File: 455 KB, 900x1152, SU8000SW_900x.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

This is my favorite except it has the wrong type of memebillon.

>> No.15747260
File: 101 KB, 720x922, SU8001SW_720x.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

From the little research I did it seems like they're legit. People think they bullshit you because they're cheap. It's likenpeople thinking the moonphase is a night day indicator but it's a legit moonphase watch.
Here's one I like with a power reserve indicator but again the off center hands look weird af.

>> No.15747267
File: 117 KB, 292x477, rghty.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

fucking wristlets

>> No.15747277

Idk if what they're doing but you're definitely paying for it. Think its mostly assembly and qc. On the baltic the machining on the bezel and crown is very nice as well as the bracelet from what I've heard not to mention the cool sandwich dial. Tbh everything that isnt a san martin or the like it going to be overpriced since they come from the same place and the microbrand has to make markup

>> No.15747278

Supply and demand, scroll along

>> No.15747279
File: 342 KB, 823x825, Screenshot (1296).png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Show me a prettier moonphase

>> No.15747283

>people defending Patek
You guys know that you can buy a Lange for a lot cheaper that is superior in arguably every way and you won't have to deal with the Patek (((waiting list))) fiasco, right?

>> No.15747286

Looks tacky

>> No.15747290
File: 250 KB, 2100x1400, 7534734573475.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

show me a better divewatch

>> No.15747293
File: 56 KB, 484x500, jlc-mc.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Any other moonphase looks better than that.

>> No.15747295

>china made
Havent seen that one yet

>> No.15747297

I'll have to do some more review watching. Lorier is a near second but I know even less about them.

>> No.15747303


>> No.15747307

Does Lange have a Nautilus or an Aquanaut? Does Lange have brand recognition or retain their value at resale? Does Lange have a history of better customer service or guaranteed servicing and repair no matter how old the watch?

There are people that simply prefer how Patek's look. I like Lange overall but I can't stand the Lange 1 asymmetric dials.

>> No.15747316
File: 69 KB, 220x220, 1588297708554.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

it just means you're more likely to get king hit by a nigger, and for a fake

>> No.15747330
File: 303 KB, 1165x1399, FA64915F-E87A-49BD-B6CF-9175E3458687.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Weird name for a company

>> No.15747334
File: 3.48 MB, 3594x5234, 20201128_221931.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Sorry anon. Mobile posting

>> No.15747338


>> No.15747344

I want one

>> No.15747349

Patek is actually infamous for their bad customer service in the last several years. People have loads of horror stories of waiting a year to get their watch back from service only for the movement to be damaged.

It's amazing what Patek owners put up with.

>> No.15747358

Keep me updated with your conclusions. I'm looking at both those as well.

>> No.15747372
File: 36 KB, 900x717, image_03e8d16a-7b64-4adb-98ca-4f9200bf776a_900x.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Rate this dial
Fully lumed

>> No.15747379

> I read one post on some internet forum so it must be true and apply to everyone.

>> No.15747386

>Does Lange have a Nautilus or an Aquanaut
Those are honestly embarrassments more than a point of pride.

>> No.15747391

It's a well documented phenomenon. The fact that you and plenty of other people are inexplicably defending these shady business practices is beyond me.

Raise prices, finishing getting worse over time, giving worse service experience, and make laughable waiting lists so that customers have to buy loads of watches they don't want to get the one they do - sounds like a winning strategy to me.

I like Patek as much as the next guy but come on. Why would you allow yourself to get shit on like this after dropping $20k minimum on a watch?

>> No.15747395

I just wish the baltic had the gold on the diver like the lorier navy gilt id pay for that instantly for the fact that it would match my gold cuban bracelet

>> No.15747401

somebody make a new thread im not shitposting in this one

>> No.15747407
File: 200 KB, 632x640, H41ba0c090f684bb299756bb807b4be35l.jpg_640x640Q90.jpg_.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Wow they have really stepped up the metal cases for the casioaks. Now they have a properly integrated bracelet.
It's only attached with the 4 case screws so probably not as robust but it looks good.
Search for 2100 case gen 3

>> No.15747418

not him but damn these are pretty nice.
I like the I like the cream one on their website.
"In-House Calibre" not too sure how I feel about that. Can't imagine sending this to Glashutte is fun.

>> No.15747431
File: 61 KB, 606x780, ga.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

How legible are the negative displays on those anadigi G-Shocks?

>> No.15747435
File: 53 KB, 3189x2504, dan-henry_myshopify_com_logo.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Which is their best model?

>> No.15747436

not very

>> No.15747438

>"In-House Calibre" not too sure how I feel about that. Can't imagine sending this to Glashutte is fun.
It’s no big deal. I sent in my Tangente for service and it cost me around $350 and the whole process took about 5 weeks including shipping to and from Germany. Service interval is approx. 5 years so nothing out of the ordinary.

>> No.15747439


>> No.15747442

New thread


>> No.15747520

Well okay ya that's not too bad then. Guess the idea of having to send it to only one place (across the ocean to Germany) is hard to swallow.
But glad to hear it's not bad.

>> No.15747600

That one not so bad. The negative display on my res casioak is death. Even in daytime. But one press of the light and its fine.

>> No.15747624

Internals are all pretty much the same, so pick whichever one you like best

>> No.15747652


>> No.15747777

chris ward are faggotcore

>> No.15747889

>china made

>> No.15747977
File: 707 KB, 373x255, khan-gasm.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]


>> No.15748010

never stop posting this whore

>> No.15748449
File: 1.11 MB, 3000x1987, Casio_F-91W_82T38575.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Poorfag here.

I am looking for a Casio watch that has an alarm function. But the alarm should only go on on weekdays.

Does anyone have a recommendation?

>> No.15748460
File: 239 KB, 2999x2099, citizen-eco-drive-logo.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

mothafuck Seiko
mothafuck Orient
mothafuck Casio
Yo, and here comes my Eco-Drive

>> No.15748688

I understand that reference did a "heh" in my mind. :)

Delete posts
Password [?]Password used for file deletion.