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Wordltimer edition.

Nobody misses the guides by the way.
Previous thread : >>17352862

>> No.17355728
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>> No.17355731
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>>17355728
AAAAAAAAAH STOP POSTING 3D RENDERS

>> No.17355745
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>>17355731
I don't think this is a render.

>> No.17355761
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picrel is the great and best watch
all else is cope

>> No.17355773
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>>17355761
Agreed

>> No.17355794
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Smartwatches are effay

>> No.17355810
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Cop this or nah? Titanium, solar quartz, 200m wr. $300ish on-sale

>> No.17355849
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>>17355761
based

>> No.17355870

>>17355810
looks cool, if you like it

>> No.17355903
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id?

>> No.17355907

>>17355903
Could be an Omega.

>> No.17355926

>>17355903
It’s an Omega Dirty Dozen. British Military issued watch from the 1940s.

>> No.17356017

This may sound ridiculous but desperate times call for desperate measures. I've been trying to get a new Batgirl (126710BLNR) from a local AD and have no purchase history. know this can take months but most likely years in my case. I really don't want to wait that long and don't want to buy watchesI don't want/need to get higher up on some list.

I've been researching some of the reps (guys) on IG and see that frequent a popular gay club around town. I'm happily married but hear me out. Should try to frequent this club, run into them, and really build a close relationship with them? don't mind doing this and think it could potentially work. I'm assuming they'd be more likely to help someone they're close with. If this could save me years then it could be worth it.

Has anyone else done this? Should do it? My wife doesn't care. I don't mind and might enjoy it and may end up making a good friend in the process. TL;DR; Multiple reps at a local AD frequent a gay club and l'm wondering if should start going to hopefully run into them, build a bond, and get their help to get my grail.

>> No.17356036

>>17356017
you really gonna suck dick for the opportunity to buy a watch. yeah you might enjoy it lmao

>> No.17356044

>>17355903
Get a baltany
https://www.baltany.com/product/the-dirty-dozen-36mm-watch-s2025/6/
https://www.baltany.com/product/dirty-dozen-quartz-watch-s2019/12/

>> No.17356080

>>17355810
Feels pretty good

>> No.17356084
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>>17355721
Based?

>> No.17356098

>>17355728
>>17355745
Ow my eyes. Is omega going off the deep end like breitling?

>> No.17356104

>>17356084
No, why would you take a decent looking casio with a metal bracelet and put it on a nato? The casio + nato meme is just a cope for the fact that the f-91w strap breaks in a year

>> No.17356112
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>>17356084
Extremely.
Where can one get those adapters?

>> No.17356113

>>17356017
If you wanna practice sucking dick, my buddy could help with that for you

>> No.17356115
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My collection

>> No.17356125

>>17356115
>Movado
Are you from Best Korea?

>> No.17356128
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>>17356115
I do not like it. Here's mine.

>> No.17356137
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>>17356115
>>17356128
plebs
>Verification not required.

>> No.17356144

>>17356112
Im sure its jay and kays on ebay or wherever they sell these days

>> No.17356146

>>17356115
Pretty sexy, formex is great

>> No.17356150
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>>17356144
I just went through the whole jaysandkays ebay catalogue twice.
Didn't see it.
Still searching.
If anyone has a link, I would appreciate it.

>> No.17356151

I noticed sakurawatch is suddenly selling in usd and is selling most watch models as you need to pay upfront now. I wonder if they were actually hemorrhaging money or if they are just trying to claw out an extra 10% profit margin for themselves.

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>>17356084
>>17356144
It looks like Casio might be making them and shipping them with specific models.
I will have to research this further.
https://youtu.be/matqAmLi7Ww

>> No.17356182

>>17356017
Is he a top or a bottom?
Are you a top or a bottom?

>> No.17356192
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Those faggots at the GS9 circlejerk club won't let me join because I didn't pay MSRP + state tax + city tax + tip for the grand Seiko boutique.

>> No.17356194

>>17356192
GSUSA is really desperate to make people buy seikos there. What's going to happen is the "GS9" thing is going to fail at its intended purpose and seiko japan will start clamping down on local dealers selling on the internet.

Buy your GS now while you have a chance.

>> No.17356196

>>17356192
Lol what are they asking for a copy of your receipt?

>> No.17356201

>>17356192
Just join the Japanese club instead

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Happy Thanksgiving, /fa/ggots. Just enjoying a lovely day of winter golf with muh Cartier shitter and convincing clients to sign Assignment of Benefit forms so I can sue their insurance company.

>> No.17356228
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>>17356196
Yeah you need to upload your receipt, serial number, and full dox including penis size
Fuck them I'll start my own club for anus owners

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>>17356227

>> No.17356238

>>17356235
Watch people actually make memes? Lol

>> No.17356255

How the FUCK is the timex q GMT still out of stock??

>> No.17356266

>>17356255
Timex is pushing artificial scarcity hard to pump up hype and fomo buys

>> No.17356268

>>17356228
It's an automatic, and I already have a Rolex Submariner, an Omega Aqua Terra (which is on its way to Omega for service), and a Tudor BB Bronze. So what now?

>> No.17356307
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Sperm-O-Graph

>> No.17356351

>>17356214
Was literally debating going out to buy this watch tomorrow

>> No.17356365
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Why do people hate this and why is it below retail?

>> No.17356376
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>>17356098
KNEEL.

>> No.17356387

>>17356365
Incredible, I didn't know the overseas could possibly become as malformed and mangled as this. Impressive really.

>> No.17356440

>>17356387
that’s just a gen 2 overseas dude

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>> No.17356466

Black Friday watch deals??

>> No.17356489

>>17356365
dios mio

>> No.17356558

>>17356228
I'd rather have the oceanus desu

>> No.17356564

>>17356558
I already have a G-Shock. One Jap quartz is as good as any other, no matter how much the Anus/GS fags try to cope

>> No.17356566

>>17356564
>One Jap quartz is as good as any other,
This.
Get a cheap Jappo quartz and a high-end Swiss watch and never worry about watches again.

>> No.17356569
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>Not having the Apple Watch Ultra as your outdoor/adventure watch

>> No.17356577

>>17356569
The Apple Watch can never replace a hand-made haute horology work of art, but if you're still fagging Casios, you're just coping.

Apple Watch + Patek Calatrava 5196 = unmoggable.

>> No.17356584

Do you keep your watch on for sex? Does it make a difference?

>> No.17356599

>>17356584
Honestly, it's a distraction.
>*thrust, thrust, thrust*...ok, so what I was saying earlier...guilloche is a mechanical art that really isn't practiced anymore but the rose engines....
>...yeah, I can stay hard, hear me out. These rose engines can be like 200 years old...

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>>17356577
Don't have Patek but I do use an Apple Watch Ultra in rotation with my collection as my field watch, it's a worthy trigger.

>> No.17356601

>>17356569
It's literally a device, not a watch

>> No.17356613

What are the horological implications of Die Hard 3 being the only non-holiday Die Hard?

>> No.17356628

>>17356577
the 5196’s movement is too small for its dial lol

>> No.17356635
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why is everyone always obsessed with the british 6b and german flieger watches while noone ever talks about the seiko kamikaze pilot's watches?

>> No.17356638
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Picked up this Seiko today, really happy with it. Decided to go with this one over the Pepsi bezel. I think the all blue bezel with the sunburst dial looks beautiful.

Dumb beginner question but is storing it the little cushion box it came in the way to go for now when I’m not wearing it?

>> No.17356644

>>17356638
pure class my friend you must be chuffed to bits with it have you considered putting it on a nato wear it in good health

>> No.17356648
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>>17356638
now buy a cheap vintage quartz dressy watch and you have a proper collection

>> No.17356653

>>17356638
>is storing it the little cushion box it came in the way to go for now when I’m not wearing it?
Sure why not.

>> No.17356655

>>17356569
is the 2-day battery enough for your "adventures"?

>> No.17356663

>>17356655
It can be charged with the same battery pack you use to charge your phone if needed champ.

>> No.17356666

casio only good watch

>> No.17356671

Should I go with seiya for a GS? Is there a better option?

>> No.17356677

>>17356644
Thank you, anon. I am indeed. I actually very found of the bracelet it came with but I may pick a NATO in future.
>>17356648
Interesting. I think a nice dress watch will be my next one - I’ll have a look. Any recs?
>>17356653
Ok excellent, thanks.

>> No.17356681

I remember once an anon posted some shitter world timer with fucking tel aviv as a listed city, anyone remember what it was?

>> No.17356698
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>>17356677
timex marlin if you like mechanical

>> No.17356701

>>17356698
if they put an even slightly less shitty movement in that thing I'd be all over it but yeesh

>> No.17356704

>>17356701
yah those neo-vintage timexes are always a bit overpriced but it looks good

>> No.17356706

>>17355721
What do we think of the Coco Chanel boyfriend? Is that a nice watch or what?

>> No.17356718
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>>17356600
>Apple
Even that fugly Tag Huehue looks majestic in comparison.

>> No.17356727

>>17356698
Mm, yes that’s a nice looking watch. I’m definitely more of a diver fan in general but I do like that. Save for the numbers though, I’m undecided on those.

Still, definitely one to keep note of. Thanks, anon.

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>>17355721

>> No.17356751

>get a silicone strap for watch
>never had a problem
>suddenly for the first time after at least a month notice a skin irritation/rash where I wore it

it's a bit weird. I might just buy a stainless steel bracelet after all and switch it out.

>> No.17356759

>>17356599
>Honestly, it's a distraction.

"Don't touch the watch." - Pat Bateman, all year every year while laying in bed after sex

>> No.17356769

>>17356751
Too late. You're now allergic. Should have wash it sooner, you swine.

>> No.17356772

>>17356584
I don't fuck if I'm not wearing a watch.

>> No.17356814
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ID this

>> No.17356819

>>17356769
it was clean

>> No.17356822

>>17356814
Longines Spirit 37mm L3.410.4.93.6: https://www.longines.com/en-au/watch-longines-spirit-l3-410-4-93-6

>> No.17356832
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>>17356819
I don't believe you.
But anyway, put a tiny bit of steroid based cream on the rash and let the skin rest for a few days. That'll probably solve it.

>> No.17356835

>>17356832
actually I can't even see a rash anymore. it came and went away rather quickly in mere hours.

>> No.17356849
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What’s you guys opinion of squale? I have 2 already that I like but rarely wear and was thinking about adding a GMT to my collection but I haven’t heard anyone even talk about this brand in years. Is it a waste of money?

>> No.17356853

>>17356835
NATO straps are generally hypo-allergenic.
t. nerd who is allergic to everything

>> No.17356857
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>>17356740
Baste watch anon. Fuck what the sterile poofs on here say. It's beautiful.

>> No.17356860
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>>17356740
>>17356857
Yes.

>> No.17356862

>>17356849
if you have two that you don't wear it's most certainly a waste of money to get a third one that you won't wear

>> No.17356863
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Post more god tier gorgeous timeless casios

>> No.17356867
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>>17356814
>>17356822
I really wish they'd use pictures like 814 as the main photo instead of a render. Based on the render alone I don't find it attractive at all, but I understand that it is easier to get consistent product photos this way.
And then there are the stupid renders like picrel that don't even show the watch in the correct size (or the poste has a really small wrist)

>> No.17356873

>>17356862
I should clarify I don’t wear them not because I don’t like them but because I typically wear my tudors instead. I still like them.

>> No.17356882
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Should I cop this? It's 89 euros at the moment, quartz and I kinda like the Seamaster 300 look.

>> No.17356912

>>17356365
How much? Looks great.

>> No.17356915

>>17356635
Because they're all at the bottom of the sea?

>> No.17356917

>>17356849
>Is it a waste of money?
Squalel?
Absolutely. Don't throw your money away. In fact, try to unload those you have asap.

>> No.17356920

>>17356635
It's just another seiko

>> No.17356935
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>> No.17356979
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>>17355721
Thoughts on the CA53W-1? I found one for sale nearby at a good price and I've been wondering.

>> No.17356989
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fellas im tossing up between the zenith revival A284 (pic attached) and the 38mm speedy.

I'm a wristlet so factor that in. What are your thoughts between the two?

>> No.17356994

>>17356989
zenith
speedmastrer is gay

>> No.17357003
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>>17356994
is fair point, but i am attracted to both (watches).

any thoughts on how large each of them wear? and whether okay to swim in the 5atm zenith.

>> No.17357005
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>>17356989
I'd buy the Zenith.
It's unique and has an automatic movement.

>> No.17357029

>>17356912
only 18k

>> No.17357064

>>17357005
the 38mm speedy is also automatic

>> No.17357076

carerra or aquaracer?

>> No.17357080

>>17357076
aquaracer

>> No.17357092

>>17357064
speedmaster is gay and boring, the zenith is much nicer to look at, and built much better

>> No.17357094

all chronographs are gay and boring

>> No.17357107

>>17357003
>whether okay to swim in the 5atm zenith.
Theoretically yes, but in practice, no.
If you accidentally hit one of the pushers while it's wet, then water gets into the case.

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>>17357076
>>17357076
Carerra

>> No.17357117

>>17357115
Carrera*

>> No.17357118

>>17357115
I wish that thing wasn't a breitling because it's a really nice looking watch but I just can't get past the fact that it's a breitling

>> No.17357120

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEmm137-K8E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEmm137-K8E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEmm137-K8E

>> No.17357126

>>17357115
You should trade that Carrera in for an actual Carrera, which is a chronograph.

>> No.17357127

>>17357118
>>17357115
Superocean is only nice looking watch Breitling makes

>> No.17357129

>>17357127
*SuperOcean Heritage.

The regular SuperOcean looks moronic.

>> No.17357138

Which brand makes the most comfortable steel bracelet for around $2000?

>> No.17357162

>>17357138
Damasko is probably somewhere around that

>> No.17357167

>>17356853
yeah I'm gonna pick one up too. thanks. I have to see if I don't have a 22mm nato strap still lying around.

>> No.17357185
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>>17356979
Brilliant watch.
Wears larger than it is.
As with all Casios, I hate the straps.
The CA-53 takes 20mm straps, though the clearance for the straps is minimal.
If you get a replacement strap, try to find one that's 1mm if possible.
I think a 1.2mm might work, though you'd likely have to compress the strap a bit.
Might bend the pins.
Watch Gecko has several strap options that are 1mm.
And they do fit the clearances of all Casios (get the correct lug size, though).
I love my CA-53.

>> No.17357204

>>17356989
tried one on in person and the bracelet felt like a 100$ seiko

>> No.17357209
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Good morning sirs, I like the fit of this shirt minus the sleeves that are a tad too long. It would seem I have to get every fucking shirt tailored...

>> No.17357211

>>17357209
Yes, sleeves are too long. Belt looks cheap. Stop it with the carabiner. Put your key in your pocket. Other than that, getting better.

>It would seem I have to get every fucking shirt tailored...
That's normal. Very few well-dressed guys don't.

Also, your watch is fucking trash.

>> No.17357213

>>17357211
>your watch is fucking trash
I was on board until you said this, there's nothing wrong with seiko diver watches and no I'm not Asian

>> No.17357214
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>>17356228
You still put that shitty Oceanus quartz watch

Dear god

>> No.17357215

>>17357209
You're fine just iron your fucking shirt man

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>>17356255
>>17356266

Normal people buy normal watches, you snobs fags

>> No.17357227

>>17356638
>>17356648
>>17356698

Wristlets

>> No.17357239
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>Mod for my Casio ga2100vb is coming in
I hope it looks okay, Casio missed out by not having this have a blue face instead of the black one it shipped with

>> No.17357254

>>17357126
You lost me at chronograph
>>17357129
when I went to th boutique the normal superocean looked a bit like a childs toy, heritage was way nicer to look at.
>>17357118
I dont really get the Breitling hate, majority of their watches are not bad, just nothing stellar for the price.

>> No.17357258
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>>17357254
I can't speak for everyone but for me they're almost always fugly, tacky, huge, look like they were designed by a 14 year old boy, and the "british" brand tie-ins like bentley give me the ick

also every single one of their ads is clearly aimed at someone I don't want to be anywhere near, either john travolta or some generic sleazebag lower middle class aspiring old money type, I know I should care about the watch not the ads, but I'm just giving you more reasons why the brand rubs me the wrong way on multiple levels

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>>17357258
I mean yeah basically everything you said is correct, a lot of the designs are really crap. That being said I still like my SOH with the green dial, there are a few other nice ones but I wouldnt buy any more breitlings, just the one I have :)

>> No.17357308
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new strap finally arrived. the default strap it came with was not the greatest and it looks much better now IMO

>> No.17357309
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>>17357258
>>17357262
The only Breitling watch I really like is pic related. Probably their less cluttered design

>> No.17357313

>>17356104
>>17356112
>>17356180

it comes like that
https://www.casio.com/us/watches/casio/product.A1000MGN-9/

>> No.17357315

>>17356655
based
>>17356663
lmao imagine carrying a battery to charge your phone

>> No.17357316
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17357316

Midnight shift tonight bois

>> No.17357317

>>17356979
it's a classic. But it's super basic so it's more for the novelty. Casio has better older databanks that stored stuff and held constants and memory, not available anymore though

>I found one for sale nearby at a good price
lmao it's $19.30 new on Amazon, what's the value of your time and transportation costs to the place that possibly makes it worthwhile to hunt for a "deal"?

>> No.17357318

>>17357316
what an insult to good taste this monstrosity is
someone put it out of its misery

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>> No.17357341
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17357341

Shiny

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>>17357341

>> No.17357376
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>>17357309
For me, it's the Premier B1.

>> No.17357385

>>17357341
Isn't that a bit tight?

>> No.17357389

>>17357316
What are you a mall cop lmfao.

>> No.17357393

>>17357385
Not really

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>>17357341
I like it. You should really loosen that strap though, looks like you're trying to amputate your hand.

>> No.17357414
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17357414

Newfag just getting into watches here, I've compiled this list of models that look interesting, mostly between $200-$500 (Seiko, Hamilton, Orient, Timex, etc.) but now I'm thinking I should just get one $1k-$2k (Longines, Stowa) watch and call it a day. Is it better to have a rotation of cheaper watches or one holy grail (relative to my purchasing power) watch?

>> No.17357417
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17357417

Help me out fellas, I need a sports watch. One that can function as a stopwatch and also sound an alarm after a set countdown, but one that just sounds briefly, like a beep or two then done without having to manually disable the alarm.
Ideally one that could be set to sound briefly and repeatedly every minute, or every two minutes etc without having to reset the timer every time. Heartrate monitor would be nice. I don't want any smart shit that has to connect to apps or devices or the internet.

I know fuck all about watches but I imagine that these features must exist, I just don't know where to look. The few I've looked at just say stopwatch with no mention of countdown alarms, alarm sound duration or repeated alarms.

I don't really care about looks, I'm more interested in function but it would be nice for it to not look retarded, I'll get a dress watch later for looks but this one is just for fitness. Budget doesn't matter, I'm prepared to pay for quality and want something that will last but not looking for some meme high price status symbol.

Any suggestions? Or somewhere to look at least. Thanks in advance

>> No.17357431

>>17357417
>Alarm that resets itself
>Heart rate monitor
>no smart shit
kek. The term is smartwatch. unless you are looking for a being able to tell the time and maybe an alarm once a day or a stopwatch, you are looking for a smartwatch.

>> No.17357435

>>17357431
Yeah I probably misused the word smart lol like I said I know fuckall about watches. I meant more the app connection shit I want to avoid, thanks for the reply.

>> No.17357443

>>17357417
I have a Timex Ironman that has interval timers with short alarms that don't need to be disabled, very useful when I used to do sprint and tempo training where I'd have it alternate beeping every minute and every 30 seconds. No heart rate though.
https://www.amazon.com/Timex-T5E231-Ironman-Classic-Yellow/dp/B00093CZV0/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=timex+ironman+watch+men&qid=1669229907&sprefix=timex+iron%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-4

>> No.17357452

>>17357435
I guess what I meant is that most watches posted here are mechanical watches, you'll probably find a lot of Casio with auto repeating alarms, but I don't think you'll find a lot of different watches with both that and a heart rate monitor. And if you also want it to then look like a steel sports watch you'll find mostly smartwatches.

>> No.17357453

>>17357443
yeah ironman
>>17357417
My basic 30 lap has a countdown timer with the option to repeat at the end. So if you wanted to set a 2 minute it'd just beep every 2 minutes.

There are more advanced ones that let you do intervals

Search Amazon for "Timex Ironman Classic 30 Full-Size 38mm Watch". There's also a 34mm variety and some 44mm bloaters too

>> No.17357457

>>17357414
you'll just get several in the 1-2k category

>> No.17357464

>>17357457
I definitely won't, that's too rich for my blood.

>> No.17357466

>>17357443
>>17357452
>>17357453
Thanks very much guys

>> No.17357523

>>17357464
>He doesn't know yet
Nobody tell him

>> No.17357525

>>17356666
checked

>> No.17357564

>>17355761
Plus it's more accurate than a 500k mechanical

>> No.17357582

>>17356671
pls respond

>> No.17357598

>>17357414
>but now I'm thinking I should just get one $1k-$2k (Longines, Stowa) watch and call it a day
Yes, longines, preferably tudor, don't bother with lots of cheap shitters, if you want cheap shitters get one and then wait two years before buying any other watch.

>> No.17357618
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>> No.17357632

>>17357582
I don’t know. Price shop baka. Chrono 24 has some good deals on Grand Seiko

>> No.17357643

>>17357632
Those aren't the real prices though, as soon as you get to checkout they add federal, state, local, and internet tax, plus dealer fees, interest, exchange rate surcharge, service recovery surcharge, shipping insurance, buyer protection fees, and, of course, tip for the chrono24 dealer, the original seiko AD they got it from, your courier, the pilot, and lastly a "fuck you" charge just because they can

When they're done with all that shit you might as well just go to your local GS AD and pay full retail and get something right away with a local warranty and GS9 Club membership

>> No.17357706

>>17356146
Thanks I like them a lot

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>> No.17357734

>>17357730
très bien mon ami, c'est une belle poupou.

>> No.17357745
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Для мeнe йoгo квapц

>> No.17357769

>>17357209
average tudor owner

>> No.17357771

My dad's gonna be 60 next week. He only wears smart watches but I want to get him a real nice watch. Budget is $5000 or less. What do you guys all suggest? Omega, Grand Seiko, etc?

>> No.17357772

>>17357769
Lol, he wishes. That area you see behind him? That's his office. He look like he can afford a Tupoor?

>> No.17357798

>>17357771
I'd look into Tudor watches, I love my Black Bay even though it is a bit of an unoriginal choice.

>> No.17357799

>>17357771
Grand Seiko. But are you sure he'll wear it? How would you feel if he just kept wearing his smart watch and left it in its box?

>> No.17357800

>>17356255
Macys has them in stock right now

>> No.17357803

>>17357771
Tudor black bay 38
Make sure its something the old man will be able to read

>> No.17357806

>>17357799
I +1 this, assuming he hasn't expressed interest in real watches. Smart watches serve a different purpose from real watches and if he doesn't appreciate the craftsmanship of real watches and their movements, then it'll essentially just be worse than the smart watch to him

>> No.17357810

Are Elastic NATO straps actually great or is it just hype? They look comfy.

>> No.17357813

>>17357799
I was looking at the Grand Seiko Heritage spring drives. If he doesn't like it I guess I'll just take it and wear it myself. But I do hope he'll at least wear it occasionally

>> No.17357815

>>17357798
>>17357803
these are probably the best choice
both black and blue look good, dont get the bronze one
if i had 5k, i might get a jlc reverso, but thats kinda out there

>> No.17357856
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Why is this so funny

>> No.17357857

>>17357856
Saved

>> No.17357858

>>17355810
I have a blue eco drive with different hands and crown placement. I like it a lot. The lume is one of the best out there in that price range and knowing the battery won't die as long as it's in the sun for like an hour a week is nice. Just a solid watch, really.

>> No.17357859

Nice

>> No.17357861

>>17356192
>GS9 circlejerk club
...wut?

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>>17356376
>Shithawk 69 has entered the chat

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>>17357856

>> No.17357869
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>>17356569
>Tactical watch

>> No.17357871

>>17356989
The Zenith looks pretty sweet, plus it's different than faggy speedys.
>>17357005
>panda dial
Yes please.

>> No.17357872

>>17357869
shit and piss-core

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>>17357856
>you are not alone

>> No.17357889

update from anon with the alpinist that was running way way slow like -15min/day: yes it was due to magnetism. Bought a demagnetizer and ran it through; it's back ticking and keeping relatively okay time. -40s/day to +20s/day depending on orientation. must have brushed up against a neodymium magnet at work

>> No.17357894

>>17357856
Kek
Shitter taste x 1000

>> No.17357897
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vintage 1967

>> No.17357929

Is there a way to tell if a Tissot is genuine? My grandfather left me one before he passed, and while I wouldn't think less of it if it weren't genuine because they hold sentimental value, I'd still like to know if I own a legit.

>> No.17357967
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>>17357929
Post it

>> No.17357987

>>17357414
In what occasion would you wear it? I have different cheaper watches for different occasions: uni, work, gym, daytime and dressier. They all range from $200 to $600.
I don't think one watch cover all my "ocassions".
Now I'm aiming for a $2k watch. Maybe this Christmas will get it.

>> No.17358053
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>6.7 inch wrist
>average wrist is almost a whole inch larger than mine
>any watch i try feels like a kid wearing his father's watch
it's ogre

>> No.17358073
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6.5 inch wrist. Does this Seiko 62mas SPB143 look too thick on my wrist.

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>>17358073
Another look but straight on. Feels kind of top heavy and almost as thick as my SKX013

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>>17358074
Also tried the SPB317 slim diver which feels better.

>> No.17358078
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>>17358053

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>>17358076
Mirror shot of the Slim Turtle. Which looks better the turtle or the 62mas?

>> No.17358082

>>17358073
>>17358074
>>17358076
Yes, it's too thick. But who cares?
Just buy it and wear it.

>> No.17358083

>>17358073
>>17358074
>>17358076
Way too big for your wrist. It looks like a child wearing his dad's watch. I don't at all mean to insult you, I have the same size wrist, we need watches that are proportionate to our bodies.

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>>17358083
>we need watches that are proportionate to our bodies.

>> No.17358095
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>>17358085
(you)

>> No.17358096
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>>17358095
A niglet indeed

>> No.17358174

I'm trying to teach my son how to read a clock so I'm thinking about buying one to put in the house for him to read since he always asks me what time is it. Don't want to spend a whole lot, do I just pick up anything that looks decent? Any recomendos?

>> No.17358185

>>17358073
I would be more worried about that melanoma on your hand

>> No.17358257

>>17358080
Lose some fucking weight damn, you straight up have chipmunk cheeks

>> No.17358270
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17358270

>>17357209
you look good bro, every time you post your fits get better, don't sweat it

>> No.17358282

>>17357209
>fit of this shirt
1 size too large

>> No.17358284

>>17358174
this is a good idea. Also my dad printed screenshots of the windows clock (no numerals) in certain positions and had me fill in/tell him the time.

>> No.17358286

>>17357464
Real watches start at 6-10k dude. Don't even bother if you're buying mall shit.

>> No.17358302

>>17358286
what a good starter "real watch" ?

>> No.17358321
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>> No.17358328

>>17358321
it's even worse when you can easily afford both

>> No.17358331

>>17358302
Omega Speedmaster Professional
MAN ON THE PHUCKING MOON!!!!!

>> No.17358347
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlCTOKVDyW4

>> No.17358348

>>17358270
This is salsa picante compared to the glossy bling-bling faggotry they are doing with the seamaster now.

>> No.17358352

>>17358302
Speedy, Datejust/Explorer/OP, that's about it until 10k.

>> No.17358365

Anybody got Rolex model rankings? I want to hear /wt/ expert opinions on which is best and which is shitter cope.

>> No.17358377

>>17358095
what's with the going to 15 instead of 12?

>> No.17358429

>>17357414
Get 1 Seiko, save up, get 1 Rolex, then get whatever you want.

Good starters:

36 mm (for 16 cm wrist):

snk355
snk357
snk361
snk363
snk365
snk366
snk368
snk377
snk379
snk381

Orient Bambino 36mm
Tissot PRX 35mm
Timex Marlin

37-38 mm (for 16.5-17.5 cm wrist):

snxs73
snxs75
snxs77
snxs79
snxs80
snxs81

40 mm (for 17.5+ cm wrist):

szsb011
szsb012
szsb013
szsb014
szsb022

szsb015
szsb016
szsb017
szsb018

szsb021
szsb028
szsb006
szsb007

szsb025
szsb026

>> No.17358434

>>17358429
sarx045

>> No.17358440

>>17358365
they’re all shitter cope for holy trinity watches

>> No.17358443

>>17357414
beautiful watch.

>> No.17358450

PAGANI DESIGN PD1755 Men's Automatic Watch 40mm Vintage Stainless Steel Mechanical Wrist Watches
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj5BMPQhhWk

>> No.17358488

>>17358450
who the fuck buys these things? sorry I mean which nice people buy these things? I'm actually curious not trying to shit on anyone's poor decision making (ok maybe a little)

>> No.17358506

>>17358429
Seiko is crap, tho.

>> No.17358511

>>17358488
I would buy if they come up with a good gold tone 36mm dress watch.

>> No.17358513

>>17358506
Worth every cent though.

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>> No.17358516

>>17358513
I didn't say it's expensive crap, just that it's plain old crap.

>> No.17358642
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>>17355721
Is it too big?

>> No.17358656

>>17358642
looks pretty dinnerplate-like to me. i think the fact that the bezel is slim and that the dial is quite uniform without much going on makes it worse

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>> No.17358694

>>17358302
Rolex day date
AP Royal Oak
Patek Nautilus
these are entry-level luxury

>> No.17358717

>>17358692
why do people like the absolute abomination that is the nautilus
one of the most disgusting looking luxury watches and it confuses me to no end

>> No.17358724

>>17358717
I don't get it either, it just does nothing for me. I do like how the Royal Oak looks though, but only the plain versions.

>> No.17358726

>>17358690
Why are endlinks made from a single part instead of 3?

>> No.17358767

>>17356989
I recently picked up a zenith. Its a fantastic watch. Look and feel a notch above my speedy. Plus automatic and better movement.

>> No.17358789
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17358789

>2022 NEVERWORN 31mm Olive green dial Datejust with jubilee bracelet
>$10,5K
>doesnt even look good

Lolex buyers are absolutely fucking delusional.

inb4 lol poorfag cope, throw your money out, it is yours to spend, Im just laffin, good on Rolex for milking the plebs all the way to the bank

>> No.17358813
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>>17357967
It glows a little on the dark. I tried to Google around and I couldn't find a definite way to figure its legitimacy. If anybody can tell me, that'd be nice.

>> No.17358819

>>17358717
>>17358724
>it confuses me to no end
>just does nothing for me
It's not for poorfags, you wouldn't get it.

>> No.17358834

>>17358813
It's a quartz Tissot, i don't see a reason why someone would go and fake that, so it's probably real.

>> No.17358840
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>>17358813
why would someone fake a Tissot? I found this quartz version as a reference. It looks like someone painted over the digits and hands with lime in your watch and the bracelet is different.

>> No.17358868
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17358868

i found this gucci watch on the street, any idea if its genuine or fake or if its even a real model by gucci?

(phone broke so i cant take a better photo :( )

>> No.17358936

>>17358868
It's a blatant fake

>> No.17358938

>>17358813
It's genuine. Not worth a lot, tho.
Cherrish it as a heirloom.

>> No.17358997
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17358997

Muh Rolex.

1.05 million produced anually "scarce".
LoL at Rolex fags.

>> No.17358998

>>17358813
Cheap Tissots aren't worth much but they're generally good quality think around Citizen or even Seiko tier.

>> No.17359028

>>17358998
I’ve been struggling with a dilemma for a while and could use advice. My most wanted watch right now is the white dial tissot visodate with powermatic 80. Even with all the sales it doesn’t look like it’s going to drop any lower than 500. I like Hamilton better as a brand but am just autistic about the visodate. If I spent less money on a “nicer” watch like the Hamilton. The Hamilton on sale is a stupid deal. Like I’d be buying a watch I can’t afford just because of the sale and I do like it a lot. I just feel like if I pass up on the visodate I’ll regret it

>> No.17359030

>>17359028
buy the visodate then

>> No.17359063

Learning about watches lately as I want to get into them, especially since (no bully pls) I bumped across nico leonard and his videos are pretty fun and entertaining and got me interested in them.

What's a good low-end (sub £1k) watch to wear that I can wear casually, I don't wear suits regularly so It wouldn't be dressed up often, or how would I narrow down what to get without getting a bad watch or a copy cat model.


Plus any good sources for learning about watches/channels would be appreciated.

>> No.17359065
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>> No.17359073

>>17359030
This.

>> No.17359083
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17359083

>>17359028
Get the Visodate.

>> No.17359147

>>17358813
Looks nice.

>> No.17359157

Esquire USA - Issue 08, The Big Watch Book 2022

pdf

https://psv4.userapi.com/c235131/u16929061/docs/d13/7be4bb52bcea/2022-10-01TheBigBlackBook_UserUpload_Net.pdf?extra=JXJWQJA5a0IurJa8hRxXRS-mooQXntE_h0EebR4FcbCe_Ds0GvRQB0i7vbUFcDLT2fpzaFb5kf9T6DHocYjwjlAaav4bfk9Qh8VBkTtHOaQbou5PlzrDDFHeRxOauNsvuqpSyCbZFR97

>> No.17359162

>>17359157
shorter

Esquire USA - Issue 08, The Big Watch Book 2022

pdf

https://psv4.userapi.com/c235131/u16929061/docs/d13/7be4bb52bcea/2022-10-01TheBigBlackBook_UserUpload_Net.pdf

>> No.17359173

>>17359157
>>17359162
Since no one else here is going to appreciate your effort, thanks dude.

>> No.17359182
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17359182

>>17359065
>sports watch
>no seconds hand
ruins the watch for me

>> No.17359187

>>17359182
It keeps it clean, but i can understand you.

>> No.17359189

What’s the autism with silicon hair springs will they not last past my lifetime?

>> No.17359195

>>17359182
the original nautilus and RO didn’t have seconds hands

>> No.17359197
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17359197

OOFF CHONKY

>> No.17359202

>>17359182
>>17359187
>>17359195
The seconds hand is very useful in sportwatches, beside allowing you to measure time lapses, it tells you if the watch is working or not.

>> No.17359205

Would it be possible to make a tourbillon act as a fan?

>> No.17359209

>>17359205
What's the max rpm you can make a tourbillon?

>> No.17359212

I need a new watch, I lost my previous cheap Fossil and my gf needs Christmas ideas for me. I want something simple and classic looking, for $100-$200, preferably something from a lesser-known brand (I've already looked at Citizens) that I might not have heard of. Not for like, hipster reasons, but more because I don't really know watches and want to expand my options.

>> No.17359214

>>17359209
What is the worlds fastest tourbillon? Could /wt/ find some stupid horology related record and design a watch to beat it?

>> No.17359218

>>17359214
My name is not Jeremy Clarkson just in case you're wondering.

>> No.17359224
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17359224

>>17359218

>> No.17359225

>>17359202
>beside allowing you to measure time lapses
no one who wears sports watches is measuring time lapses lmao
>it tells you if the watch is working or not.
unnecessary for haute horologie. you CAN afford a holy trinity sports watch right?

>> No.17359228

>>17359214
>What is the worlds fastest tourbillon?
We should start requesting watch brands list a power figure for all their watches. How powerful is an average mechanical watch anyway?

>> No.17359232

>>17359228
I want to know the power, torque and 0-60 time.

>> No.17359245

>>17359205
Yes. Chesterton® has made a prototype. The watch sucks the air in at the back first through the HeatSink™ warming it up and then blows it out the front through the special Two-Speed-Tourbillon™ protected by Tourb-o-Flap™ which opens up when you engage the Tourb-o-Fan™ feature.

>> No.17359248

>>17359225
>no one who wears sports watches is measuring time lapses lmao
Some of us do.

>unnecessary for haute horologie. you CAN afford a holy trinity sports watch right?
Yes, I can.

>> No.17359262

>>17359248
>Some of us do.
nah be real for a second, it’s a luxury wrist handbag. half of the people who have one don’t even dare to take it out of the safe, probably only a third of all owners actually wears it like a real watch and none of them do anything that requires second-accuracy.

>> No.17359267

>>17359218
You're not fooling anyone Jezza.

Btw, to my knowledge, the fastest tourbillon out there is the 24 seconds Tourbillon from Greubel Forsey. As its name indicates, it makes a full revolution every 24 seconds. It totals 3,600 revolutions per day, which is a lot given that most tourbillons go at 1,440 revs per day. Here is an example:

https://youtu.be/YjA3i8XedRs

>> No.17359278

>>17359267
The watch design reminds me a bit of the Fiat Multipla, things sprouting out like it has a disease (Cowell's words not mine).

>> No.17359279

>>17359262
not even I as a normie require second accuracy. Only seeing how long I can hold my breath or so requires the seconds

>> No.17359287

>>17359267
So if we made a 10s or even a 1s tourbillon we would legitimately break the world record in the fastest spinning tourbillon?

>> No.17359302

>>17359287
Yes, but most likely you would end up stressing the whole thing and fucking it. Remember that inside the tourbillon's cage there is still a spring that must oscillate and a constat from 21,800 to 36,000 vph and needs to withstand the centrifugal force of your hyper speed tourbillon.

>> No.17359306

>>17359302
I meant 21,600 vph
Sorry for that

>> No.17359316

>>17359287
>Spend my lifesavings to develop an ultra fast tourbillon
>Manage to design a prototype of a 1 (one) second tourbillon with a 21,600 vph
>Make the pieces in a 3D printer and put them together
>I built a watch
>Make it run
>The crazy ass thing explodes as if it was divided by zero
>Plastic and glass shards flying everywhere
>I'm now poor and blind

>> No.17359317

>>17359302
If Zenith can do a 360000vph balance work i'm sure you can make a 60rpm tourbillon.

>> No.17359318

>>17359279
yeah, there’s a reason why even modern nautiluses and overseas don’t have hacking seconds, because no one who owns those watches needs it

>> No.17359324

>>17359317
You could call it the Turbollon.

>> No.17359326

>>17359324
It doesn't make much sense but i think it sounds cool
>Put the turbo back in tourbillon!

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17359330

>>17359267
>>17359302
>>17359316

>> No.17359331

>>17359330
I give up, i will never have a good idea for a watch :(

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17359336

>>17359324
>Turbollon

>> No.17359347
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17359347

ID on the watch?

>> No.17359349
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17359349

Is the rotor noise on these as bad as people say?

>> No.17359353

>>17359349
Is this even automatic?

>> No.17359360

>>17359197
jeez. just keep making bags, Louie.

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17359376

>>17358516

>> No.17359401
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17359401

Watch ID?

>> No.17359405

>>17359401
How does that bracelet even work

>> No.17359409
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17359409

Presenting the new Zenith TURBOLLON FUCK GRAVITY ACADEMY

>360,000 vph
>1 second tourbillon spherical tourbillon
THAT'S RIGHT, PHUCKERS
THAT POOR BITCH ASS BALANCE SPRING IS GOING AT THE EQUIVALENT OF 100 SPINS PER SECOND
YOU CAN ALMOST HEAR IT SCREAM
IT GOES SO FAST IT ACTUALLY GATHERS GRAVITY AND TRANSFORMS INTO A MINI BLACK HOLE
DARE TO LOOSE YOUR ARM TO HIGH ACCURACY!!!

>> No.17359411

>>17359401
Yep it's a watch. Probably some datejust with a fluted bezel but it's impossible to tell with such a shit low res image.

>> No.17359412

>>17359409
Kek that's brilliant, just what i was envisioning!

>> No.17359417

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdSbCnq9nrs
ITS UP

>> No.17359424

>>17358997
1.05 million made a year and you still own zero

>> No.17359426

>>17359417
>Hi all and welcome to SW and W.
Really?

>> No.17359429

>>17358377
That watch is used to compute latitude/longitude in navigation. The 15 represents the 15 degrees in 1 hour of the earths rotation. Not hours in a day. Link is to an explanation of this wonderfully weird piece of history.
Also, the giant size has a purpose. Ease of legibility in a rickity old 1920 airplane that's vibrating and bouncing around, as well as being able to use it with gloved hands.

https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/the-history-and-science-behind-the-lindbergh-longines-hour-angle-watch

>> No.17359463

>>17359405
Like your dad.

It doesn't

>> No.17359464

>>17359232
>>17359228
Richard Mille can make a Bugatti engine watch, they have to be able to give horsepower.

If my watch can't even push a mouse car to victory what good is it?

>> No.17359465

>>17359218
Nice try Jeremy Clarkson

>> No.17359468

>>17359465
If i were Jeremy i would ask "What is the fastest tourbillon... ...in the world?"

>> No.17359479

do you guys have any experience with buying watches from online auction sites? are they usually damaged or in a good condition?

>> No.17359482

>>17359479
Yes

>> No.17359495

>>17359411
Facts. But imagine this… Imagine someone out there knew this kind of watch pretty well… Then they might be able to tell, even from this picture

>> No.17359508

>>17359495
No, fuck off with your shitty low res images. With such poor level of detail it doesn't matter if you get the most autistic WIS in the world looking at it, you're just going to get a vague guess at best.

>> No.17359518

>>17359517
>>17359517
>>17359517

>> No.17360435

>>17358834
Aliexpress is salling fake or knockoff €15 Osama Casios for €10. My head hurts and my heart aches for the amount of industrial prowess being wasted to create an even cheaper copy of a cheap product.

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