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/wt/ watch thread

Watches and horology represent a long tradition of some of the finest made objects in human history.

This thread is about the appreciate of watches, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that is required to make a fine watch.

Required viewing for newbies:
https://youtu.be/508-rmdY4jQ [Embed]

previous thread

>> No.49100145

how'd you do it?

>> No.49100356
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>> No.49100397

What exactly is a NATO strap? Any sort of wiki for me to consult?

>> No.49100421

>hey bro nice seiko 5

>> No.49100444

>hey bro nice shitpost

>> No.49100471

its a certain kind of strap made of nylon (usually, there are leather and such variants but if one only says nato, it is probably nylon)
well, there are technically two kinds at least.

you should look it up on youtube, its hard to explain but the straps are simple

>> No.49100524
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SARB me up, baby.

>> No.49100528

I'm thinking of buying two to rotate on and off (wear one, wash one, repeat) because or sweat. What color nato goes best with a golden colored watch?

>> No.49100553
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It's a good thing my watch was tested according to strict ISO criteria to meet the highest standards of water resistance, durability, reliability, and legibility underwater. I know I can count on it when I put it to the test and rely on it the most in a 5 foot deep swimming pool.

>> No.49100556

Hello European,

Do you mean the dial is gold, the case is gold, or both?

A nato on watch with a gold case is going to look weird regardless.

>> No.49100570

>Hello European,
Ignore that, that was for a different post on a different board.

>> No.49100572
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well you might want to search for one with gold-colored buckles
other than that, I dunno, depends a bit on the color of the face of the watch and stuff. I tend to like this color on "dressy" watches, makes them sorta preppy or something.

>> No.49100579

Bro that watch is literal garbage. If you want a cheap but actually decent watch stick with Casio or Timex.

>> No.49100593
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Just a daily casual.

>> No.49100621
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they used to have the british mod spec sheet online but i think they pulled that off the net, but here's the relevant image

>> No.49100624

Its an old Omega.

>> No.49100650
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Hello, friend. I think my French flag looks great. Get a nato with a gold colored buckle too so that it doesn't look silly.

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Is that a watch for people who like baseballs?

>> No.49100820

I'm a certified desk diver

>> No.49100851

ill dive your desk

>> No.49100908

Any other watch videos or documentaries other than the one in the OP? Preferably related to Seiko or Rolex?

>> No.49100946


>> No.49100987

I think Ill get the 'James Bond' variant with gold buckles.

>> No.49101021
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Just a fun question:

If I were to take my Seiko SARB today and step into a time machine 50 or say 100 years into the past, will it's complications shock and awe watchmakers of that time? Would it be worth more than luxury watches of its time?

>> No.49101057

I think they'll be disappointed that decorated movements have been entirely eliminated.
They'll be doubly disappointed when they realize the entire movement was machine-made and quality-tested by some minimum wage worker.

>> No.49101108


If you went 100 years absolutely, bumper winding watches weren't even a thing yet. Going only 50 years probably not so much.

>> No.49101114

for my next watch Im torn between the SARB and the Orient Star Classic. How are you liking your SARB? Im leaning in the direction of the SARB, but then again I might just cheap out and get an Orient Bambino.

>> No.49101151

No, sorry. With the exception of it being automatic, there is nothing special about the watch when compared then a watch from the early 20th century, humans have had the art of simple watch making down pat for a very long time

>> No.49101171

> will it's complications shock and awe watchmakers of that time
Do SARBs even have complications other than date and automatic winding?

>> No.49101176

The thickness of orients always put me off. The sarb035 and 033 are excellent watches, I regret not buying mine sooner

>> No.49101211
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won't they be surprised at the power reserve? or even the water resistance? (granted the sarb doesn't have a screw-down crown)

Okay, so maybe not a sarb, but how's about a new Rolex OP?

Fair enough

I really liked the JDM Seikos so I went for a SARB. It's finish is really decent and personally, I really like the sizing and look since I have bitchwrists. I also wanted a Japanese piece because I never had one before.

Sorry, what I wanted to get as is: How does a affordable modern watch stack up to watches of the past. I know the watch industry is quite stagnant in that regard, but it was just a fun little thought I had and wanted to discuss it.

>> No.49101265

The sentiment that watches did not really advance or change much will ring even more true when it comes to Rolexes I feel.
100 years ago, yes it'll be considered a very advanced timepiece, 50 years ago, the Submariner and Explorers were more or less introduced, so perhaps not so much anymore.

Offtopic though, is monochrome a decent watch blog?

>> No.49101282

if we're talking watches in the ~$5k range i think they'd be more impressed by the omega coaxial movement than a rolex simply because it has a different type of escapement that was developed in 1974

>> No.49101285

fair enough the SARB is calling my name, but Im still deciding. Trying to buy one watch when you like many difficult, lol.

>> No.49101314

nah man, they would be amazed at the scale of production for mass produced watches. Modern production of any kind would blow someones mind from 100 years ago. They would be more willing to accept the quality loss of mass production because they arent spoiled/jaded by it like we are.

>> No.49101318

they do stack up pretty well but it does sorta depend on which watches you compare

your SARB would be in the upper tier when it comes to water resistance (for a dressy piece) and accuracy/reliability, but nothing "AMAZING HOW DID THEY DO THIS" to them, if we're talking about 50 years anyway.
100 and it'd be quite a marvel to them, but probably not unimaginable besides for being so small and automatic yet so good.

but really, the first rolex submariner was introduced over 60 years ago. that had 100m water resistance and probably a relatively decent accuracy (I actually can't quickly find info on that right now)
had no date complication tho.
so well, your SARB would beat a sub 60 years ago, technically, in some ways.

>> No.49101595

People would be more impressed by a g-shock. the SARB is a fairly natural progression of logic from what they had

>> No.49101704
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So the seiko 5 99cent beater was fun for a while
then I put a speidel on it and it was ok

but im thinking about getting a sterile milgauss like this as a new work beater, because 99cent watch looks and feels like a 99cent watch and is only accurate within like 5 mins a day like a bagel

>> No.49101774

yeah, give them a rangeman with all the things it does and they'll think you're magic

works with a lot of other things really, the people of the past would respect the things we take for a given or even frown upon
while the things we think are exquisite might seem a bit disappointing to them
go show some "soulless" (according to some) 3D animation to the people who animated all the classic disney movies and they'd cream their pants, etc

I mean come on, if someone from 2075 came to you and showed some equivalent-to-the-grand-seiko-today wristwatch to you with pride, would you be fucking amazed or a little disappointed?

>> No.49101792
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you mean like this

>> No.49101793

I'll post my old soviet Raketa tomorrow if this is still up

>> No.49101805

thats an ugly fashion watch, not a high end digital watch packed with features

>> No.49101833

>since 2075
The welding of the present to the future is the link between us and our posterity. The Welder watch, designed by Italo Fontana, creator also of U-Boat, encapsulates a timeless feature of ageless identity and size. All the watches belong to the same family in its large offering variety. The three-dimensional feature of the dials is a reminder of the layers of space and time between the present and 2075.

Three dimensional design with large and chunky styling, graphite detailing with layered effect that really add depth to the watch and make a real statement on the wrist. Welder have distinctly heavy duty look and perfectly depict the essence of strong

>> No.49101858

oh geez, didn't look that closely

a rather retarded watch, I'd say

>> No.49101879
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designed by the same guy who made the watch with the grenade pin
so you can end yourself when you realise your mistakes

>> No.49102002


Man U-Boat watches are so hideous.

>> No.49102028
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There are so many popular Italian things, and half the time I don't understand why anyone likes them.

>> No.49102046

I think thats the point

>> No.49102047

So has anyone tried regulating their watch by themselves?

>> No.49102075

I think watchmaker anon has

>> No.49102106

It's a pretty easy thing to do as long as you got a good mic or are willing to settle with meh accuracy by checking and tweaking daily
Italy's full of hot air. Nice mountains though.

>> No.49102118

its easy as piss as long as you've got a way for taking the casebook off.
and this is coming from a guy who struck his spring bar tool pretty deep into his middle finger when trying to adjust a bracelet

you literally move a tiny lever with a toothpick to either + or -
use a smartphone app for knowing how much, approximately, however you could just go with pure trial & error too

>> No.49102127

casebook, caseback*

>> No.49102204
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Only my Raketa, while worn it went from +1min a day to about +15sec a day.

Though when not worn (and while wound up) the accuracy goes to about +45 secs

>> No.49102225

any recommendations for smartphone apps? I'm looking into it right now there's a bunch.
good stuff anon

>> No.49102233


>> No.49102260
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So long story short I got into Disney's club 33 today where they have exclusive shit you can't get literally anywhere else, and they had this guy.

I don't know enough to know if its anything close to the price they wanted, but I figured you guys would probly have more insight.

>> No.49102291

i wouldn't pay more than 33¢ for that

>> No.49102322

Ugly as sin, and too dressy for casual wear.

>> No.49102342

Is belova basically a overpriced fashion brand or what?

>> No.49102358

How does one become a member?

>> No.49102367
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They used to do cool stuff at least.

>> No.49102379

They've done some interesting stuff.

It's a company owned by Citizen, and yeah, it makes money by selling fashionable quartz pieces to your mom and "nice" eco-drive watches to your father at costco/the mall.

>> No.49102440

not an overpriced fashion brand across the board like michael kors or emporio armani but that particular one looks horrible. any cachet gained from club 33 is more than countered by that tasteless watch.

this is the first time i've heard of club 33, btw. quick google search and i couldn't give two shits about a vip club at disneyland.

>> No.49103071

I have. Easy as hell if the only thing you do is adjust the regulator on top of the hairspring. There are many reasons why watch might be inaccurate so if it still keeps time poorly, it's probably in a need of servicing and that you should not attempt on your own.

>> No.49103105


>> No.49103791

I can't remember what hoops you need to jump through but I know it costs a small fortune to be a member and they are limited at like 450 members, however apparently people will steal all the specially branded club 33 shit from the exclusive restaurant or buy the exclusive items and resell them (cause they get 2-4 times what they paid if they paid at all) which is all a big no-no and if Disney finds out they revoke your membership.

Its all over the top and totally excessive, but you get cool shit like getting a tour guide that doubles as a fast-pass for everything and free tickets to take friends and family to the park with. Only reason I got in the place is my parents friends are members and invited us along to check it out.

Ok cool to know, thanks

>> No.49103845

>Disney's club 33
>not 333.33
It's bulova which is a good brand, but they make $400 watches with more complications than that

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>creator also of U-Boat
Creator of a stolen design?

>timeless feature of ageless
Just stop.

>> No.49104007
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Breitling anyone?

>> No.49104321

no ty

>> No.49104372
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So, any opinions what kind of strap would go well with this? Thinking of dark brown leather strap myself

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I'm not into the Navitimer. The slide rule thing is cool for those that know how to use one and would make use of it. I don't and wouldn't so the watch is just too messy for me. I like the Superocean 42 though and it's on my list to consider.

>> No.49104775
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this blue, THIS is the blue I shall paint my seconds hand, its the winner so far

>> No.49105154


Terrible picture. Mass produced ETA movement for lolmoney due to lolmarketing. Shit watch. Kill yourself.

>> No.49105188

So does anyone know if Parnis can/will put sapphire crystal on any model if you pay for the upgrade, or only some?

I'm thinking of getting a quartz chrono flieger from them but I hate mineral glass.

>> No.49105251
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Anyone have any experience with Bering watches?

Was thinking about getting this one, looks damn cool

>> No.49105284


Never heard of them. Looks like a Skagen knockoff.

>> No.49105298

Low quality sapphire, which I'm sure would be put on a parnis, isn't exactly great.

More of a watch company you'd talk about on /fa/, rather than /g/.

>> No.49105326


It's still tougher than mineral glass, can't argue with the price either.

I would happily pay more for a radio controlled or thermocompensated quartz equivalent but nobody fucking makes one. I looked.

>> No.49105362

If by tougher you mean more likely to shatter, but less likely to scratch. Yes, as long as the scratch doesn't put much pressure on the crystal.

>> No.49105386
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sup /g/

>> No.49105420

>timestamp rendered onto picture
absolutely disgusting. What is this, 1992?

>> No.49105435

No, it's 14/07/2015 at 12:29

>> No.49105457
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GW-5000 is /g/ approved watch.
Prove me wrong.
Protip: none

>> No.49105473

Loaned my brother's point and shoot camera for that photo, didn't bother fiddling with settings. You can still read what date it was, like >>49105435

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Same style, I guess.

>> No.49105835

Higuchi, Seiya and Chino SOLD OUT!


Would like to get my hands on one of these.

>> No.49105905
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dat watch

>> No.49106020
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>> No.49106073
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Been keeping an eye on the new 39mm OPs for a while now. They're finally out, going to go to an AD to take a look. Thoughts? This will be my first luxury watch purchase.

>> No.49106139

True. There are few offers on ebay and amazon, but I would rather purchase from Seiya or Chino. Great watch, simply the best!

>> No.49106205


Yes, that is what I mean. Now do you know if Parnis offers the upgrade on all their watches or just some?

>> No.49106215

The Oyster Perpetual is a finely made, understated watch. No reason not to buy it if you want it.

I don't. They generally respond to emails within 24 hours in my experience.

>> No.49106283
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Just got the last one from Chino for $266

>> No.49106300


I had no idea they were out already. I really like the blue dial one from seeing all the photos. I checked out the older 36mm version among others recently and I felt that it was a little too small for me.

>> No.49106399
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Anything I can get that isn't a Weekender at about the same price point and level of casualness that won't make me look like a 35 year old suburban dad?

>> No.49106407

Why is there so much hype for this watch?

>> No.49106471

All the function of a terrorist watch with the durability of a brick

>> No.49106477

One of the few Rolex designs I like. 39mm is not too large either.

>> No.49106507

>wearing a watch in 2015 when you can just check your phone

>> No.49106519

Will buy NOW!

>> No.49106537


I don't remember seeing you in the last thread. Where have you been buddy?

>> No.49106596
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Russian watch tiem

>> No.49106636
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here's your reply

>> No.49106654

Best of G-Shock

>> No.49107008
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>> No.49107052

what is this from?

>> No.49107084

Military Keion, sort of.


>> No.49107094
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the /g/ approved watch it is

>> No.49107224

Is this some hard samefagging or what? Fucking meme shitters

>> No.49107277

They done cool stuff like the old Accutrons/Spaceview, check some videos on jewtube on them. Cool stuff, shame they lost themselves on the way and are only doing quartz uninteresting stuff by now.

>> No.49107295

Looks like a knockoff from Skagen which is already a shit brand with shit watches so yeah don't do it

>> No.49107411
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Just came back from a 200m dive.

>> No.49107413

Seems like for the most part

>> No.49107416
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My first "real" watch was a Seiko SKX007, given to me by my watchfag cousin back in 2009 after I graduated high school. It hasn't spent a day off my wrist except for servicing earlier this year. I really love this watch and I figured a JDM Seiko would be a natural progression for me; I was originally thinking of the SARB033/35.

That being said, ever since I came across the Orient Star Classic I've been really conflicted. I personally prefer the domed crystal and the triangular applied indices on the Orient, and I think a power reserve indicator would be really neat, especially when I'm juggling two automatics. I also find most of the SARB designs (except for the Alpinist) to be kind of staid and a bit boring. But then again, the Seiko's crystal is sapphire, and it has a higher water resistance rating (10 ATM vs 5 ATM for the Orient). I know NineBall shills a lot for Orients and the rest of /g/ shills for Seiko. I don't know which I should go with.

>> No.49107445

Are there any anime/manga characters with a nice watch?

And no, the slow piece of shit Hol Horse had does not count.

>> No.49107549
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I'll see your Amphibia and raise you an Orient, a Komandirskie and a broken Memegauss.

Unfortunately it seems that my headphones have been temporarily misplaced.

>> No.49107565

My watch is running almost exactly 10 seconds fast each day, that's pretty decent, right? Or should I try regulating to see if I can get closer.

>> No.49107580
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Roger Smith has a pretty cool smartwatch

>> No.49107581

>plastic watches
>watches that contain plastic working parts


>> No.49107644

I see /g/ is busy shilling the next Chinese memegauss homage. Only this time, it's four times the cost of the joke watch.

>> No.49107651

that's a nice looking watch but more for something with a mineral crystal than i'd pay

>> No.49107685

For an affordable mech that is very decent indeed.

Does anyone know anything about replacing crystals? I'm looking to get a vintage Seiko cheap which has a 30mm wide scratched crystal on it. I think I found the exact part code for the original crystal too but I see nobody selling them online. If I were to replace the crystal with another one, what should I look for? How can I know that it actually fits into the watch?

>> No.49107710

that's good only if it's not a bagel

if it is a bagel and it is more than +-0.5 seconds per day you got ripped off and fell for the meme you bought a piece of shit watch shit chinese knockoff shit scam meme ripoff $30 you will never get back piece of chinese shit memewatch

>> No.49107722

hey there buddy. nice to meet you. i - too - wear a high end quartz ;)

>> No.49107780
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A real high end quartz would be closer to ± .03 seconds a day

>> No.49107823

What's the movement and case number? And what country are you in? I recently bought an old Seiko with a broken crystal, so I know all about buying replacements.

>> No.49107837
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Nice. We still lack in dragon dildos tho

>> No.49107878

That's been one of the things holding me back. At $600 I was kind of fucking expecting it to be sapphire.

Although, after 6 years of daily use, my SKX007 has just a few very minor scuffs. And considering the Orient will not be subject to the same kind of abuse (ie outdoor activities and physical labour jobs before I was qualified to work in an office), would the mineral crystal really be that big a deal?

>> No.49107961

Any help is appreciated.

Watch model: King Seiko 45-7001 SS
Movement: cal.4500A
Country: Finland

Not sure if there's a specific code for the case itself I should look for.

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Put my chrono on a nato

>> No.49108296

> /g/ approved watch

>> No.49108338

OK, the crystal code is 300V05GNS0. That's a 30mm hardlex crystal that has a silver ring in it. CousinsUK has that exact part for £15.95, which is pretty expensive but it's a Seiko part rather than a third party copy. I'm not sure what they charge for postage to Finland.

>> No.49108355

Thanks a lot man. I don't mind the price. I want the watch and paying a bit extra for a genuine crystal and postage is nothing.

>> No.49108371

I'm conflicted /g/.

I really like handwinding watches, i love my dad's Unitas 6497 movement and I would wind it up everyday while I was still living with him.

I love the clickly sound it makes while being handwounded and it looks nice.

The problem is, handwinding watches are kinda expensive and my budget is only 500$.

I'm thinking of buying a steinhart nav b uhr handwinding but it's kinda big and thick. I think I can pull it off with my 7 inch wrist but I don't know.

On the other hand, I absolutely love the look of hamilton jazzmaster day/date. But the movement is kinda boring. Yes I know you can handwind an ETA 2824 but it doesnt feel the same. It's too smooth and not clicky at all.

Wat do?

>> No.49108373

again, literally just me

>> No.49108472


Stick with the 44mm version and you should be fine. Also those Steinharts are really nice, I've got one myself.

>> No.49108503
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The chairman from Prison School has a Rolex.

I'm pretty sure Sun-ken Rock has a very nice Patek Philippe.

>> No.49108552
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>> No.49108586
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Anyone has a Mont Blanc? Find this one on my dad's drawer. I can't seem to find it. I has a rubber band. I'm not being able to close it.

>> No.49108603

What is poorfag equivalent?

>> No.49108613

there's always the Seagull 1963

>> No.49108644

a lot seem to have g-shocks recently

that fat cake dude in shirobako and the MC of grisaia, at least, and I think someone in yowamushi pedal had one too

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You might find this pic useful for reference.

The Seiko 5 is 37mm, the Orient Defender is 42mm, and the Steinhart is 47mm. I think you might want to stick to the 44mm. The only reason I decided on the 47mm is because I have 8.5" wrists, so it looks almost normal on me. The automatic versions are less expensive and also have hand winding.

>> No.49108710
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The "lock" on the watch. Seems to be ok, problem is I can't lock it. Any way to do it? Also, how can I change the bracelet's size? It seems stuck

>> No.49108714
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but usually they just vaguely represent something expensive or something, rather than actually really resembling IRL pieces as far as I know
like this, a sorta corrupt cop has an expensive-looking watch like this in gangsta

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>> No.49108747

(also: now that I think of it, I'm not absolutely sure whether the character who had it was the cop or not. either way, he had something expensive-isn-looking as well)

>> No.49108779

dw-5600 ain't expensive

>> No.49108784
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hahahahahahahaha holy shit

>> No.49108824


>> No.49108851

10/10 only non generic watch itt plus extra points for digital display

>> No.49108877
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looks good, mate

>> No.49108894

This looks more like a Bagelsport Sub

>> No.49108974

pretty sure it's a stinehart ocean vintage miliatry, bro

>> No.49109038

it might look a bit big on him but hey, its japanese

its an invicta

>> No.49109052

That's a clasp.

You fold the two pieces of bracelet over that.

>> No.49109053
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Check out this bad boy.
25 eurobucks.

>> No.49109068
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So guys, apparently Bagelsport came out with the unholy bastard child of Rolex GMT Master-san and his teenage summer love, Orient Ray-chan.

I like the Breguet hands and the power reserve indicator. The brown hands / blue dial works nicely with the gold case, I think. The am/pm complication is nice, but what are those two cancerous subdials growing off the main chronograph dials? Adds unecessary business to an otherwise nice design.

I've only seen two episodes, but it seems like he's a cop. How's Horriblesubs this time around? Awful as usual? I've been using Underwater but the wait after episodes is killing me.

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to think someone actually designed that


>> No.49109137

>its an invicta
That can't be. If this were the case, the whole watch would be a giant Invicta logo.

>> No.49109166

I've looked at those and jesus, the analog and digital parts aren't even synced in any way. worse, their accuracy isn't the same so they'll get out of sync no matter what you do.

should've bought the digital only version for 5 euros cheaper!

Horriblesubs is fine. I mean, they have hardsubs and their encodes are slightly worse than others (granted crunchy is actually a better source than japanese TV - they just don't process their files well which is a shame)

but their translations are ok. no big problems, as usual.
airing anime won't really be very high def either way so I stick with horrible for everything they have.
getting it fast is worth it. I'll look at bd rips if I want truly good quality.

>> No.49109184


I'm pretty sure that's the niggerest watch ever.

>> No.49109195

Yes, I know. I tried that, but even with force, it doesn't work, that's why I'm asking. I have more watches with this mech, but this one doesn't work.

>> No.49109219

It's actually a pretty decent price, I found an eBay listing selling the crystal for £35. I'll post the link to it as the description lists which watches the crystal fits, yours is listed.


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261 now

>> No.49109261

I also found ended listings of these crystals going for way more than that. Some up to 100e.

>> No.49109270
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Link to watch face? Have yet to find one of those with a decent dim mode.

Also, I hope you have your official watch thread watch approved watch face downloaded.

>> No.49109281


Which one is more important to you?

The look of the watch or the movement?

>> No.49109320

Holy shit, no joke


The memewatch has transcended reality and entered the world of anime

>> No.49109328

For my old Seiko I had to order a third party copy as Cousins didn't sell the obsolete Seiko version. I'm still searching eBay in the hope a NOS version shows up. How much did you pay for your King Seiko? It's a really nice watch.

>> No.49109476

Did we ever get a response on actually making the /g/ watch or was that just a meme dream for like 3 days before everyone stopped caring?

>> No.49109521
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>tfw no all-analog G-Shock

>> No.49109626

That died. I don't think anyone who was talking about making it happened followed thru.

>> No.49109749
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I dunno.

>> No.49109766

>/g/ watch

>> No.49109781

oh geez
someone at the studio must've had one and used it as a reference (or they were a watch nerd who wanted to put in a little joke)

>> No.49109862

I emailed meranom asking what a minimum order was but he never got back to me

>> No.49109950

Old Seiko 5 or a hmt

>> No.49110020
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/wt/, halp

I am a male nurse, and have only just now decided to get a watch instead of relying on my phone all the time - which is clumsy, imprecise, and has resulted in at least one broken screen in the past.

Can someone recommend me a cheap, but stylish/official watch which:
a) Has a second minidial (for timing patients)
b) Wont need winding often, as its a pain in the ass, and I always forget to do it
c) Is below $200

Ive been looking at the Orient defender and the Parnas portugese. The Timex weekender also caught my eye, but it does look a bit generic and pleb. What do you think?

>> No.49110024

Did they stop making bagels? The price has gone up like crazy

>tfw one day my bagel will be worth as much as a real rolex

>> No.49110044


>> No.49110054

Just chinks being jews, the price will sink once they realized those shitwatches are not worth it for that price.

I would buy a terrorist Casio faster than a Bagelmeme.

>> No.49110065

you'd prefer small seconds to center seconds? or are you talking about a chronograph?

seconds on a dial is actually useful

>> No.49110125

The funny thing is I know so little about watches, I initially meant just having the seconds on a seperate little dial.

But disregard that, because ive looked into what a chronograph actually is, and it would be really useful

>> No.49110142

here's one with small seconds and is a chronograph:

fits your price range and if I were you I wouldn't want to be around too many douchebag doctors wearing a fake IWC

>> No.49110181

That is a really good suggestion! Thank you

>> No.49110190
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Pick up a used Seiko 7A28. They're pretty affordable, james bond approved, and somewhat horologically significant.
I'm wearing my gold one right now.

>> No.49110219


This has to be fucking shopped. What anime is this from?

>> No.49110220
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Sure. Miyuki from You're Under Arrest has a Speedmaster. At least in the original OVAs. Once they turned it into a TV series the quality went to shit and she started wearing an elastic band with a small circle on top.

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>> No.49110343

zankyou no terror, apparently

>> No.49110426

Nope, seems to be legit.
That anime (ZnT) apparently has plenty of recognizable wristwatches there (not uncommon to have something like that, all anime workers are pathetic nerds with whatever obsessions they may have)
so we can probably assume that some dude working on the show wanted to put in a little funny thing to giggle at

funnily enough, most forums are recognizing it as a rolex rather than reading the dial

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Trying to source this one for reasonable amount of money but no luck so far.

>> No.49110652
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From The Abyss.

>> No.49110734
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are two-tone watches acceptable?

I see some people (not only archie) frown upon them but I actually highly prefer them over full gold

>> No.49110750
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Do smart watches trigger you?

>> No.49110760
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You get associated with people who buy two tone because they can't afford the entirely gold watch.

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They're only acceptable if you are a white, fat (but not over weight), balding, white haired balding guy who drives a 2005 Mercedes C class

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Well, that. But as far as just the looks go, I probably wouldn't wear full gold but two tone watches are often fucking neat.

Not like most people can afford either if we're talking about real gold and luxury brands, so...wouldn't even be too shameful.

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>fat (but not over weight)

I like some two-tone watches myself, but people will always think you were just too cheap for the gold one. Unless you're buying a two tone patek, or lange or something.

>> No.49110967

This is just too funny. I'm sure this was some sort of in-joke among the animators.

What's truly hilarious is that it seems only /g/ has taken the effort to read the dial.

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>> No.49111129


>> No.49111178

Smart watches are actually cool but have yet to get to a level where most people here would want one. They have practically no water resistance, and need to be charged typically once a day, which causes a lot of people in /wt/ to frown upon them, however not everyone does as evidenced by the GWR users in this thread.

Only the apple watch triggers me slightly cause its overpriced as shit. Even the Urbane, arguably the best looking smartwatch out right now, is $100 cheaper

>> No.49111208
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>literally the ugliest ones

>> No.49111223

they don't trigger me but nor do they interest me particularly much
I actually used a pebble steel for a while. it was ok but didn't really do much that I'd actually use and wasn't as satisfying as a nice "normal" wristwatch

ended up selling it, good thing I bought it used too so I didn't really lose any money

>> No.49111474

If you're wearing a patek or a lange people will think you're too cheap to buy a Rolex. Who gives a shit what people think?

>> No.49111555

That's up to you.

>> No.49111635

Well yeah, wouldn't really want to become a person who buys $20k (or so) watches while wondering what some people will think of me because of that

>> No.49111869

I like Seiko 5 because it is simple and clean, but I'm going for Casio GW-5000

>> No.49111912

people that buy $20k+ watches are too cheap to buy $7k+ watches?

>> No.49111940

That's how it is with normalfags. Rolex is the only expensive watch brand.

>> No.49112027

ahh... from the normie perspective... I'm so far removed from that with watches that it just didn't make sense to me at all, but yeah, they definitely think that way. who gives a shit what they think, i don't buy watches to impress anyone.

>> No.49112187

This may be how it is with plebs, but not necessarily normalfags in general. There are plenty of normies who can figure out that Patek or Audermans Piguet are both a whole level above Rolex (though they might not recognize Lange). Even among the cellphone-as-a-timepiece crowd in my office, everyone knows and parrots "Patek is #1".

Frankly, you should not be worried about the opinions of anyone who would rank a Patek Phillippe below a Rolex. They are clearly not important enough to impress.

>> No.49112266

>buying mechanical watch.
>for what purpose?

>> No.49112343
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There are important people who don't know jack shit about lots of things, it doesn't mean they're not important or that pointing out their ignorance on a specific topic that you may know more about them is a Life Pro Tip. here, have a pic of the piece of shit i've been wearing this weekend.

microengineering, bitch.

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>> No.49112668

lel all of your issues with smart watches are non-issues with Pebbles.

>waterproof to 50m
>1 week battery life
>actually acts like a smart watch instead of a phone on your wrist

Could make for a neat daily alongside something proper for occasions

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>> No.49112894

That's ugly as sin.

>> No.49112907
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>> No.49112956

wow a cool looking breitling. their first?

>> No.49112996

wait scratch that. it's literally fuckhuge. 51mm and with those lugs it's even more massive. you better strap it around your neck for proper fit.

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>> No.49113041
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good things about breitling:

their manufacture

bad things about breitling:

all watches are fuckhuge blobs with no style

>> No.49113044

Ugly as hell.

>> No.49113054


>> No.49113055


>> No.49113073
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That surely is a watch for tools.

>> No.49113125
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that could look good on a really big guy
maybe kim

>> No.49113126
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Because BIG = luxury.

How can you be luxury unless all the other rappers at the club recognize your watch from across the room? All that needs is some 'ice' and it will do well for its target audience, like pretty much everything they make.

>> No.49113146


Most people probably assume that they made a fake brand name for the watch, as is often done in shows.

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>> No.49113241

thumbnail looks like a black lego guy

also thanks to this tool im now hearing the bitches voice "breitling, instruments for professionals" in my head.

>> No.49113280


If I was wearing a watch that ugly while being that expensive, I sure as hell wouldn't want the rescuers to find me!

>> No.49113317
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>> No.49113328


Manufacture?! They fucking use ETAs and Valjouxs, it's a watch for plebs that get convinced by cult member John Travolta magazine adds that it's a watch for pilots lol.

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>> No.49113444
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Transocean Chronograph actually has a Breitling movement in it, the "Breitling 01." And it's somewhere close to the realm of reasonable size at 43mm diamater and 14.35mm thick. It is still, frankly, too large.

But at least it's not utter dogshit, like most everything else the make.

>> No.49113556

>I identify as a transocean chrono-kin

>> No.49113658

It's not the black version tho, although I would have preferred the Lobster to win

>> No.49113778

meme watch

>> No.49113932

Just uploaded it to facerepo: http://facerepo.com/app/faces/details/military-i-guess-14ea8a6775b
Could you link me to the watch thread watch approved watch face?

>> No.49113995

sup with all the breitling shitpost today

>> No.49114062

Paid shills?
Actually a nice dial, love the panda
There is still no good reason you should buy this fuckhuge thing with a 7750 derived movement when you can get a smaller and more durable Sinn 903 with all the same functions but a better size and dial for 2k less, and thats with an actual 7750 you can get fixed

>> No.49114131

Pretty blatant samefag with a folder full of reaction images.

>> No.49114155

L from deathnote has a speedmaster pro that's a major object for the plot.

Also the rapist cunt guy from Blush.DC has a datejust

>> No.49114374

>every anime/manga character with a nice watch is a douche or pure villain

>> No.49115453
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battle bots again

>> No.49116311

How did I forget about that show again?

>> No.49116403

idk, looks like bronco gunna win now

tis kay tho bronco is my boy

>> No.49116565

how do you replace the strap? do they still use those tiny metal tubes?

>> No.49116820

I sort of remember L not having anything on his wrists at all.

>> No.49116850

he meant Light

>> No.49116926

Yeah, most of them use spring bars.

>> No.49117069

Here you go champ.


>> No.49117197

the terrorist watches don't
they have just bars that you push in or out

>> No.49117985
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Hey /g/uise I need some advice from all of you.
So, I bought this guy in pic related and I have no idea of what strap I should put on it. I already have a komandirskie on a nato and I don't like zulu straps very much. I was thingking of putting a tag leather strap on it, what do you think?

>> No.49118016

Also, no joke with that, I know how tag watches have a bad rep here but the straps are actually rather nice and I think it'd look cool for a casual look.

>> No.49118759

Aside from their in-house calibers, their modified Valjoux and ETA movements are really high quality, too and all of them are COSC certified. They make quality stuff.

>> No.49118785
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Thoughts on the blue Athaya Lamafa?

>> No.49119002

You just described me but I have my hair died brown.

>> No.49119078

slightly too blobby for my tastes
if I want an utilitarian rugged blob, I'll go straight for the g-shock

if I want a diver-styled watch, I'll go for something somewhat "dressy"

>> No.49119128


/r/-ing the poorfag watch guide. I'm looking for something I won't feel bad going to a concert and getting picpocketed/wristpocketed about.

>> No.49119178

is there a legit reason to get this over an skx007?

>> No.49119195

What sort of band do you wear with the center watch? I like it because rememinds me of htat "Khakhi Field Officer" watch a bit

>> No.49119253


Better movement because it has hacking and hand winding and sapphire crystal. However it's also more than twice as expensive so you have to decide if that stuff is worth the price increase.

>> No.49119303

Invicta 8926OB also has hacking and hand winding - in a Seiko movement. And it costs less than the 007.

Its all choices really. No perfect watch out there.

>> No.49119328

And before anyone points it out: yes, the cheaper divers (than the 007) are afaik all worse in one way or the other, even if some have some things over it.

If the blob someone posted earlier costs twice the amount of the 007, one would have to compare it to Steinharts as well...

>> No.49119534

ahh, the nh35a. i'd just get a mongster unless i really loved the looks of that athaya lamafa.

>> No.49119608

Can someone post the "decent watch per price range" guide? I'm looking to pick up a second watch under $100 so I'm not going to seedy places with my favorite watch.

Going to seedy places is not an option-- I am a scorpion.

>> No.49119983

I'd just buy an Invicta 8926OB
fun enough a watch, under 100
and its a sub-styled diver so it won't even look too bad scratched up as a beater

>> No.49120295
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Sometimes I'll wear it using a leather band (with or without a bund), but most of the time I just throw it on a tan nato.

>> No.49120485
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Meant for >>49119195

Here it is on leather.

>> No.49121222
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i buy this

>> No.49121252

>hey bro nice cockring

>> No.49121261


I like the look of the second one and I wonder how I'd feel walking around with that big of an accessory on my wrist. Like I'd need to be able to tell someone where Due (not polar, fkin cheaters), is, or who's going to win the Mets gme.

>> No.49121268

**Due North

>> No.49121462
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did I do well /g/?

>> No.49121467
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Bund strap, aka Warsaw Pact strap.

>> No.49121468

>dual tone rolex

Err.. could be better.

>> No.49121518

Watch does not fit the car, something like an Aqua Terra would have been better. That Rolex would probably fit a niggered out German luxury sedan more.

>> No.49121623


Yep you did a great job getting that image from a google search.

>> No.49122305

aka cockring

>> No.49122333
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£3. Just get something dirt cheap

>> No.49122360

>yfw your meme will never catch on?

>> No.49122418

I binged it


>> No.49122428

Use a nato, tuck the extra material back like you're supposed to and laugh at normies fumble as they try to figure out how to get it off your wrist. It's like the Excalibur of watch straps, only a true autist can get it off.

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>> No.49122890

Doesn't look half bad for £3.

>> No.49123434
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It's a nice nondescript watch. Invicta was suggested but its really flashy

>> No.49123505

Question for /wt/
How do they manage to keep the interval between each tick of the gears and such constant in mechanical watches? Don't they run off a coiled spring?

I can wrap my head around a quartz or electronic time-keeping device but the idea of precisely keeping consistent time with all those moving parts seems incredible to me.

>> No.49123529

pass the energy from the coiled spring into another spring on a wheel that oscillates back and forth and locks the main spring at certain points to create a driven oscillation.

>> No.49123544


relevant simplified physics. hooke's law applies to main spring but the delta from fully wound to unwound is a fairly minimal degree of force. this means the force driving the oscillation is practically a constant as it unwinds.

>> No.49123761

It's right in the OP, you dummy.

>> No.49123835

I didn't view that video since it was a commercial, I thought it would be just an advertisement with fake info or was for "watch culture" purposes, its actually informative

>> No.49123870

>is a newbie
>sees video that says required viewing for newbies
>posts anyway

>> No.49123896

Reminder that SARB033/35 is on Massdrop, for all you 'murricans.


>> No.49123993

Reminder that there's only two left, and only the SARB035 (white dial) is left.

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>> No.49124002

Reminder that two 'murricans should hurry the fuck up and buy those watches.

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