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

Required viewing for newbies:

Strap guide:

Previous thread:

>> No.56285665

first post for seiko master race

>> No.56285684
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>> No.56285842


Do you own anything that's not a Seiko?

>> No.56285890
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I do.

I sold off a lot of my pieces over time (Both Seiko and non Seiko) so my collection varies from time to time.

Looking to get another Swiss piece (Vintage/Dress/Auto) and an NY0040, though i got a 8346 in the mail.

>> No.56286152

What do you guys think about citizen watches in general? Any obvious reason for not getting one?

>> No.56286222
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The Eco-Drive watches are great. Some are a bit ugly, there are nice ones though like pic related.

>> No.56286239

Generally pretty meh for their price, particularly in the attention to detail department. movements are okay.

>> No.56286240

As an aside is there an easy way to Polish out that fairly deep scratch on the crystal or will I have to pay through the nose to have it replaced?

>> No.56286277

If it's a mineral crystal, you're going to have to replace it.

>> No.56286489
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why do you guys never talk about smart watches like the samsung or lg

>> No.56286512

>What do you guys think about citizen watches in general? Any obvious reason for not getting one?

i wish they would make an ecodrive dive style watch

all their shit is so ugly

the ecodrive is genius though

>> No.56286559


because they are rapidly outdated and useless as an investment?

smart watches appear to be turning into health and gps tracking devices.

>> No.56286568
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People occasionally do and your more than welcome to try to start up conversations about them but these threads are more about traditional watches.

>> No.56286576


that's like saying your cell phone or video card is not a good investment, its nice getting text updates on your wrist

>> No.56286649

There are Eco-drive divers.

Seiko made the first solar Quartz movement, so no, the Eco-drive is not "genius"

>> No.56286659


i get far more emails then text messages, and i don't have push email turned on.

apart from the garmins, the smart watches appear to be useless without a phone, so i'd rather spend that money on a phone.

>> No.56286682

>There are Eco-drive divers.

they are ugly though

>Seiko made the first solar Quartz movement, so no, the Eco-drive is not "genius"

the eco drive is different, lasts longer and does not need you to replace the power cell, 20+ years without having to fuck with your watch in any way

better than the movement you came up with

>> No.56286698
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just got a moto 360 for $50, it's pretty freaking cool

>> No.56286705
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My daily carry.

>> No.56286709

Every rechargeable cell will lose the ability to hold a charge eventually.

What's the normal service interval on a Seiko solar movement?

>> No.56286736
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I'm looking for a reasonably priced valjoux 72 with a black dial.

>> No.56286739

>What's the normal service interval on a Seiko solar movement?

don't know

citizen will replace the powercell for free for the life of the watch, so you never have to buy one

>> No.56287177

So how do straps really work? Can I buy any watch a replace the strap with one a I want? Do most brands offer the same watch with different straps?

>> No.56287210

There's loads of aftermarket straps for sale.

>> No.56287243

Nice. The 33xx movements are excellent.

>> No.56287255

Read the guide in the OP.

>> No.56287260
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>tfw my obscure GP quartz still hasnt arrived

in the meantime, r8 pic

>> No.56287297

The guide just talks about the different kinds and doesnt answer my questions. Is it common to buy a watch and replace the strap?

>> No.56287314

> Is it common to buy a watch and replace the strap?

Yes to most cases.

>> No.56287383

I see a few newcomers, along with what i think is that Thai GS/KS quartz which was posted a while ago (?).

Guess i'm going to going hunting in the Jaffa market real soon. I'll try to dig up something interesting.

Digging it overall.

>> No.56287603

Crap I was afraid of that.

>> No.56287630
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What watch is this?

>> No.56287964

thx senpai :3
not the thai one, i got it at around the same time though.

>> No.56288232

>they are ugly though

Look up the "Excalibur" promaster divers.

>> No.56288885
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>> No.56289221
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>> No.56289664

Nice Bagelsport m8.

>> No.56290112
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R8 my nine year old cousins watch

>> No.56290464
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Which would you choose?

>> No.56290552

104i, I like divers

>> No.56290843

556i, very classy yet sporty.

>> No.56290851

Wow, nice collection.

>> No.56291358

Shitty Homage

>> No.56291566

556 is the most versatile choice

>> No.56291908

that looks like something a romanian gypsy would wear.

>> No.56292257
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oh shit, I'm sorry

>> No.56292610

Bretty gud, anon. Does the Raketa Amphibia have a ratcheting bezel or is it the same as on the Vostok?

>> No.56292639

What are the best looking chronographs under 2k?

>> No.56292940

Most watches have their strap or bracelets attached in a pretty much universal way (but not universal size). This is so straps can be replaced or changed out.

It's common

>> No.56293108

>oh shit
because there's no shit like steinshit

>> No.56293180

>muh gun

>> No.56293201

its even looser then vostoks. i like it though, its made out of plastic from when plastic was still considered cool

>> No.56293555

I can tell you don't know shit about smart watches.
>currently have one, best watch I've ever owned.
Also, rapidly outdated? What kind of dicks are you smoking on anon?

>> No.56293619
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the newest addition to the meme team

>> No.56293760
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Unsure if that's sarcasm or?

Either way, pic related coming in soon.

Different anon chiming in.

The on-board hardware ages quickly (Not necessarily planned obsolescence) with each software update making it less and less usable (especially on earlier models), the screens at times are not legible enough in conditions of harsh sunlight (Depends on the model), subpar battery life leading to both it failing to be a reliable time keeper and daily charging and the limited to no existent waterproofing is a big nope.

Now, the subpar battery life that lasts between 24~48hours at most depending on usage is the biggest obstacle here. Since they must be constantly connected to a mobile phone to receive alerts on emails, messages, call and etc the battery life will drain quickly. 3G supporting models are an interesting idea, but don't quite nullify that issue.

As they sit right now they aren't quite mature enough, with loads of space to improve. Though it seems that most companies have slowed down on this lately.

I understand that these are more guidelines than anything, but they do explain as to how a watch strap is held in place (more or less)

Guess i ought to add a few lines for dummies when i release the next update of it. Updated version with is somewhere on my laptop, which i can't seem to find after moving (Which i hoped i didn't forget at the base).

R8 mine while you're at it >>56285890

Just replace the soon to be sold resin brick with and SKX on an older GL styled rubber strap.

>> No.56294004
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my nigga.

I just got this vintage one today.

>> No.56294060

aw snap

>> No.56294113

what is a good watch in the 250€ price range?
I think i prefer quartz

>> No.56294127

I have that same watch. Super shit cheap ass feel. But at least the wrist strap is comfy.

>> No.56294136
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i like most of it except the gshock, but i do think two seiko's with nearly identical dials is a bit much. best solution; buy more watches :3

for dressy swiss autos i would look at vintage omega or longines.

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bruh i wont ever be spending more than like $150 on the watch. being cheap is the whole point lol

>> No.56294428

>vintage omega or longines
Was thinking on an old Omega for quite a while but with a soldiers budget over here it's troublesome.

Might get a handwound Omega or some other less known Swiss brand (Eterna, Wittnauer, Tissot and such). Or to see what i can dig up on Monday.

>> No.56294488

there's p nice handwound omega geneves for cheap to find on ebay, i dont even like automatic movements desu

>> No.56294546

Define cheap.

What i get here per month is what i used to do 2.5 days worth of work, so even a 250$ Omega is on the border.

>> No.56294641

What are you doing anon?

>> No.56294674
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Only hint you're going to get.

Though, i get paid a bit more than the regular soldier but not by much.

>> No.56294720
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You can get COSC quartz for around $340 US or 300 euros. Or you can go cheaper and get a precisionist Bulova.

>> No.56294827
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>What i get here per month is what i used to do 2.5 days worth of work

Economic warfare is a hell of a thing

>> No.56294940
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nice watch-strap combo

Get a nice Swatch
pic related

>> No.56294944
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I got this neat box the other day. I don't even use the Polar anymore because the HRM that came with it is busted.

The steel fossil is the first watch I ever owned, my mom gave it to me when I was young and we had very little. I need to get a new battery for it. Probably the reason I bought the second fossil, sentimental transference or something.

>> No.56294971

Where did you get the box?

>> No.56294986

trouble with Apple products is that before new hardware comes they push out OS upgrades that cripple old machines to provide a more dramatic """improvement""" for new hardware. I would not put past them that they even slowed the clock.

Anyways the hardware is way overkill. A 1 GHz Snapdragon is only used because the programmers for these watches are the equivalent of the frankenwatch "repairmen". The result is more bad programmers and hardware that sucks batteries dry in a day.

It is strange to think that the first spreadsheet ran in 48 KB on a 1 MHz 8-bit processors but then again that was a different class of programmers.

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Walmart actually, it's got a little drawer on the front too... I keep my pocket knifes in there and a couple other things. Was on clearance for $20 so I said what the heck.

>> No.56295065

>It is always 17:20 where I live. The chrono police have not yet caught on, thankfully.
When are you translating the text? I seem to remember a colleague(?) of yours reported in with a similar symbol in gold.

National service? Should only be 2 years, right?

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Seems my pay rises whenever we get to US to gives us more "aid" shekels per year.


Hint No.2, i'm an airforce kike and said buddy is a naval kike.

2 years and 8 months total, 2 years left to go though. And national service here is a completely different thing.

>nice watch-strap combo
I do what i can.

Pic related

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>> No.56295803

One of the better collections in /wt/, good job anon.


>> No.56295822

Fake of an already dogshit watch.

>> No.56295851

Is that a real NF? Nice AR, also great watch as well. One of the best swiss made watch under $1000.

>> No.56295862


Where is that mesh bracelet from? Looks great.

>> No.56295898
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FACT: all people who wear metal mesh or gold metal bands look like this.

>> No.56295934

1. Correct
2. Are Hublot's dogshit? I quite like them

>> No.56295947

thanks familia :3

>> No.56295972
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>> No.56295991
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theyre like the high segment equivalent of fashion watches. like for real they make a new limited edition every week.

>> No.56295996
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hey thanks man

it's hard to find any appreciation in this thread that's supposed to be about the appreciation of watches.

>> No.56296078

>it's hard to find any appreciation in this thread that's supposed to be about the appreciation of watches.
That's because you buy shit like Steinheart.

>> No.56296140

Don't listen to them anon, Steinhart is a good brand nothing wrong with owning one. In fact its probably better than whatever overpriced brand they wasted good money on.

>> No.56296147
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this what we're doing now? hokay.

I take this g-shock out in the wilderness when hunting. These things are indestructible.

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>Don't listen to them anon, Steinhart is a good brand nothing wrong with owning one.

>In fact its probably better than whatever overpriced brand they wasted good money on.


>> No.56296293
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it's like you hate quality for a great price

man you should buy a steinhart
top tier basically a rolex quality™

>> No.56296308

Next thing you will tell me you own a MK23.

>> No.56296317
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close enough

>> No.56296402
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Absolutely disgusting.

>> No.56296439

why in gods name would you buy a polymer sig

like damn son

>> No.56296460


same reason he bought a timex

>> No.56296500

>he thinks his hk is better than my poly sig because it cost 3x as much
I bet you think glocks suck for the same reason.

Also it's 1 of 2 poly sigs I own, and I used to own a 3rd. My favorite feature is where they down pull your pants down as they don't weigh 9001 lb.

>> No.56296515

don't* pull them down

>> No.56296538
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I have 2 glocks.

sigs are just objectively shit.

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5 year old computer needs a $16 keyboard


>> No.56296626
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still super jelly of that OG strela

sometimes I like the occasional /k/watch threads more

>> No.56296648
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>tfw I just realized the two mechanical tools I never leave the house without are Swiss

Such a realization it was that I had to take a picture.

>> No.56296667

>that is required

is this shitty grammar in every watch thread starter post?

>> No.56296703

what camera/lens?

>> No.56296819
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I just realized I have other bands that will fit this. I think this one looks pretty good.

>> No.56296837


Nikon d800
70mm lens

>> No.56297033
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>I fucked up my watch
>its worth more now
Why the fuck is this a thing? Especially with Rolexes...

>> No.56297383

Quartz movement best movement.

>> No.56297405

Now you only need to learn how to properly focus and to take good photographs.

>> No.56297466

what's the best digital watch under $100 that one can either replace the strap with a fabric strap or that comes with a metal strap

>> No.56297534

W-why does the strap need patina?

>> No.56297638

The fuck should I know, I don't even understand why people intentionally do this to new expensive watches.

>> No.56297822
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>> No.56297921
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Been thinking about copping this FD0J004W orient is it worth?

>> No.56297922
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>> No.56297967

It's a cool watch, keep in mind those indices and hands are polished metal, and not actually black, just look black at certain angles.

It's 41mm across, 47.5mm lug to lug. Not small, but not gigantic. just keep that in mind if you are small-wristed.

>> No.56298535
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Picked up this Seiko 5 SNK357 as my daily use automatic. It was $55 so no regrets here.

>> No.56299019

It's worth that much because of all the pajeets that gave their lives trying to dive for it in the Ganges river.

>> No.56299370
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Just bought this watch winder on ebay for $80. How'd I do?

>> No.56299588

Hey guys, sexiest non dress watch under 2 grand? List some watches please

>> No.56299850

Are you telling me that jews jew their only line of defence between them and the unwashed masses?
That's just unfriggingbelievable

>> No.56299878
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If I had $2K to spend on a watch I would buy a blue Oris Aquis.

>> No.56299919


>> No.56299925

If I had 2k to spend on a watch I would save to buy a Sub.

>> No.56299929

what's wrong with it you fucking sperg

>> No.56299942
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Not with rolex's unless the dial turns an interesting colour.

>> No.56299950
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If I had 2k to spend on a watch I would just buy a steinhart and save some

>> No.56299962

I like the oris.
Good choice

>> No.56299986
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The only Submariner I like is the blue one but sadly it only comes in precious metals.

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>> No.56300026
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>> No.56300112
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Dive watch with leather NATO and perlon. The perfect vacation kit. Leather for the vineyards and perlon for the beach.

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That is sexy though, however I visit foreign seedy brothels and other places so I tend to like owning cheap watches.

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>> No.56300796

What can anybody tell me about this? Got it as a gift a few years back, never found much about it or the brand, and the site has long since failed. If it is just unknown, how is the accuracy? Been testing it out all today, it appeared to be running alright until a sudden huge deviation. Could that be from lack of winding? Its an automatic, but I like to wind it once a day at least, if not 2-3 times. Is that bad?
Any help would be appreciated.

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Shit im retarded forgot to pic

>> No.56300915

Good choice. Oris is a great brand.

>> No.56300976

But... I don't like shit.
Why would I smear my wrist with Steinshit?

>> No.56301117

>Could that be from lack of winding?
The most likely answer is because it's a """""quality""""" chink movement. Also you shouldn't need to hand wind an automatic watch at all except for when first putting it on after not having worn it for a couple days or more.

>> No.56301318

Best looking aviation watch for under 2k? The more complicated looking the better.

>> No.56301350

Original to the watch, shame it's a really big pain in the butt to find.

>> No.56301437
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I'm a fan of Damakso and own a DA38.

>> No.56301546
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Pulsar PW3001, steel case too. It comes on a rubber strap but has 20mm drilled lugs so swapping is a piece of piss.

>> No.56301705

I was thinking exactly that last week. The limited editions are not even that good. Same with AP although not that extreme

>> No.56301779
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I think Universal Genève would be the best investment you could make 10 years ago.

>> No.56301802
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Nina Rindt

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Tri compax on a bundstrap

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Speaking of it's a damn shame the seemed to have kicked the bucket. They were doing some nice stuff right up until the end.

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Uses ETA 2824 and 20atm water resistant.

Looks decent and since the crown is big, screwing down the crown wont be a hassle. (I hate manual wind/screw down crown on watches with small crowns)

It's 950$ though, would seriously consider if its 500$. I kinda like the design.

>> No.56302372


It's like they started with a WW2 flieger and said "How can we fuck this up?"

>> No.56302398

The only thing wring with Steinharts is that they trigger cognitive dissonance from people who've spent a grand on a Sinn.

>> No.56302452
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>Measuring in intervals of 1hr. or less
Nigger, when the sample size is so small, the errors caused by inconsistent reaction times in your finger tapping the "measure" button overshadows any actual variance in timekeeping.

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Must be the German government trying to cover up its world-renowned financial ineptitude and frivolous spending.

>> No.56303091

Not a fan of the crown, case, dial, hands or anything really. It just feels all over the place.

>> No.56303246


i like this one. poor nina ;_;

>> No.56303488

>sub-second markers
>non-lumed minute indices
>non-lumed second hand

Other than that, looks bretty gud.

>> No.56303567
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Back from regular service! Still looking good after 48 years

>> No.56303671

>have something, which is completely fine by itself
>but lets make it bigger.wider.unbalanced.
>voila, 'modern design', give $1000

>> No.56303744
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>tfw when your LM special is finally being serviced.

>> No.56304042


$28 on amazon.com and $74 CAD on amazon.ca. what the actual fuck

>> No.56304067
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>swiss vintage>japanese vintage

>> No.56304106
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>Simple 17 jewel Swiss handwind lowbeat movement vs the Seiko 5206 cal.


Though if you're referring to the kind of piece i'm looking to buy, i've been trying to take the Seiko to get serviced for quite a while and much before i was considering that.

>> No.56304150

I know. Gotta troll sometimes. I like the lowbeat swiss vintages because the AS1130 reminds me of a nicer, warmer time. No cellphones, no globalism, no jews or niggers fighting for their 'rights'...

>> No.56304191

That wasn't along the lines of trolling, more akin to plain stupidity.

>> No.56304247

Do you have /wt/ related PTSD or are you just a tripfag who forgot his tripcode? Cause a joke is a joke, man.

>> No.56304263

You gotta be autistic to be here anon, and some shitty jokes don't slide.

And the only PTSD related thing is the so called photon guy.

>> No.56304312

>you gotta be autistic to be here Anon

Sorry to intrude in your domain, Lord Autismus Maximus, Ill just casually stroll along while keeping my sanity

>> No.56304452
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>I need this watch
Opinons /g/entlefags?

>> No.56304468

see if you can figure it out yourself based on the clue i left

>> No.56304636
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i got a nicer box yesterday, i like it.

>> No.56304656
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What do you guys think of this?

>> No.56304667


>> No.56304701


>> No.56304709

Cheapest place to get a new SKX007? Creation just ran out of stock

>> No.56304719

Those are some mighty fine watches there, anon

>> No.56304828

good think george daniels never saw this, my god this is sad af

>> No.56304831

Muh dick.

>> No.56304911

>presenting robotic assembly as something fancy

>> No.56305062

I got mine from a yank on eBay, try doing the same.

>> No.56305079

>Tfw when comfy vintage Seiko strap
Visited a jewelers shop, of which the owner of is a good friend of the family. After a bit of digging around i found a stash of vintage Seiko rubber straps. Quite a few interesting and unusual, most in poor shape. No waffle straps i'm afraid.

Though a lot of genuine GL branded ones like pic related are in tip top shape, and unlike most of the reproductions on jewbay. Much comfier than the regular Z22 and much thinner/lighter as well.

Definitely an improvement.

Also now i can see that both the Copernic and the Moonphase Quartz also have the Raketa branded mesh straps.

Decided on saving up for a proper 56X cal Omega.

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Forgot pic.

>> No.56305436

Green Lantern ( movie ) type disgusting. Fuck you anon for even showing it on the board. That thing needs never to see the light of day.

>> No.56305463
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What modern wristwatch would an XVIII. century privateer/corsair wear?

I.e. what modern watch matches the aesthetics of a pocketwatch/maritime clock from the development of marine chronometers to the end of the Napoleonic Wars?

>> No.56305472

Good shit, anon. Good shit.

>> No.56305664
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>"Do you have time?"
>Let me show you my wrist fedora m'lady
>"err thats fine"
>you see I don't need to check the time on my phone because wearing a clock strapped to my wrist shows class and elegance and is not an outdated concept.
>"I am in a hurry "
>yes, I am busy man myself as you can tell by my time piece that is with me all the time.
>"I got to go"
>haha ok but remember class is for men and swag is for boys gentle miss

>> No.56305711

>being this autistic over other people wearing watches

>> No.56305765


>> No.56305812
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>faggot being this jellous and resentful of the fact that he can't afford a real watch

>> No.56305873

What a collection of shitters. Keep the G-shock for sporty stuff and dump everything else into the garbage.

>> No.56305911

Pure garbage, looks like something you would get from Aliexpress for 3 dollars. Stop shilling your shitter brand, buddy.

>> No.56305939

any minimalist watch designs like MVMT, but not complete shit?

>> No.56305966

Orient Bambino, Seiko SAR (SARB,SARX) and many more

>> No.56306186

So daily is the only way to measure?

>> No.56306403
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Really liking the feel of perlon strap my fellow /wt/ brothers.

>> No.56306417

Suggest me a handwinding watch (I hate automatics) thats less than 40 inches.

No nomos/stowa antea please.

>> No.56306501


>> No.56306559

Have any of you bought generic chinkshit watch boxes/cases from ebay/aliexpress? I see they have 3 types of them:
>black PU Leather (cheapest)
>aluminium (cheap too)
>Rosewood (a bit more expensive)
Are any of these any good?

Thinking of buying aluminium one or a rosewood one.

>> No.56306618

But do you have a mat?

>> No.56306850

I've never swapped the straps before, how hard is it? I'm thinking of going from default to nato

>> No.56306855

Are the modern ones as good as the vintage ones? Is the Diver's watch worth getting or is the Komandirskie the only one you've handled?

>> No.56306896

>Divers one
Are you referring to the Amphibia? Since that's an automatic.

Otherwise, the modern Komandirskies (2414A movements) are pretty good and the slightly older ones that have both older 2414A and 2409 movements are as well.

The much older 22XX based Komandirskies are alright in most cases, but being older they are much prone to being in shit shape.

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Thank you anon, that was precisely what I needed to buy it.
Expect new pics of it, now taken by me and posted in the watch threads.

>> No.56307043

Pilot watches can be that size, and it seems to have allowed a conventionally-placed date window without cutting down an hour index.

>> No.56307047
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Something like this probably.

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>> No.56307134

That's a nice band.

>> No.56307159
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>tfw poorfag all life
Buying my first watch for 20th birthday.

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I ordered the same green strap for my gold Helvetia. Hope it works as good as it does on your watch.

>> No.56307185
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Timex is garbage, get Casio or a Vostok Komandirskie.

>> No.56307202

i actually sorta like it in a way so bring them on senpai

>> No.56307206

> buying watch when they have phone with a clock that syncs via NTP

>> No.56307250

Ok compared to the classic Seiko 5 in terms of balance reliability and accuracy who wins? The Komandirskie or the Seiko 5?

>> No.56307270

Fuck Timex. Had Weekender and it didn't survive basic daily life in my use. Don't buy.
Check Vostok, HMT, Casio, Seiko 5 instead.

>> No.56307295

>(I hate automatics)

That's adorable.

>> No.56307341

Anyone know if those 'obtain through radio frequency', like the gshock gwm5610 give off any signals? I can't have any of that in my workplace.

>> No.56307347

also how's the whole negative display thing? I feel like it would take some getting used to as I've only had digital watches with regular displays

>> No.56307372

Batterymonkey anon here. Every time a Timex comes in for a battery change I shudder knowing 60% of the times they don't start up, because they're busted and I'll have to go through the song and dance again that I wasn't the one that fucked it up.

Their internals are garbage, the movement is to cheap to be even made in China, it was thrown together in the Philippines, and the whole design is poorly thought out, putting them together is a pain in the ass, and like I said a lot of times they're just dead.

>> No.56307379

Both are more or less equally reliable, but has their own advantages.

The Komandirskie (or Amphibia) is much more rugged and can take a beating, can easily achieve good accuracy when regulated, and the scratches can be buffed out. Also, much cheaper.

The Seiko 5 has a better accuracy out of the box, mineral crystal compared to acrylic, display caseback, and a slightly higher beat movement (21600 vs 19800, not like it really makes that big of difference). All models are automatic.

Both can survive a long time without servicing, Seiko 5's were shown to run 10~20 years, while Vostoks are advertised (rightfully so) to have a 10 year service interval.

Waterproofing wise they are both rated the same but i'd trust the Dirskie more, since they were shown to survive up to 5ATM in some cases.

>> No.56307385

Anyone here has a stowa? I really want their no logo no data flieger, but since some of the watch parts are imported from china I'm not too sure anymore.

>> No.56307387

No, they don't transmit, only receive.

>> No.56307399

Sure you can't.

And no, they don't, learn how radio works.

>> No.56307454

Ok thanks
I just want to confirm. I don't want to get charged again.

>> No.56307478

Thanks for your thoughts man!

>> No.56307563

The Mexico of Asia. You get can get a new quartz movement for a couple of bucks.

>> No.56307586

Any minimal casios <$100?

>> No.56308225

You probably want a watch spike or what ever they are called to make it easier and safer for the watch to remove the strap

You don't need it at all if you don't want but they are cheap as dirt and make it easier

>> No.56308242

Casio F91W-1 Classic Resin Strap Digital Sport Watch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000GAWSDG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_sIYWxbCAKJJY4

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>> No.56308441
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you can get the terorist watch >>56308242
or the pope watch Casio MQ-24-7B or shitload of god watches for 100 Dolaritos from Casio

>> No.56308467

Why shouldn't I get a Helgray Hornet?

>> No.56308597

is this a good deal?


>> No.56308625

I have the 10 slots PU leather one. It feels kinda cheap, especially the plastic window. But it does its job. My most expensive watch is only $250, so spending a lot on a case felt a bit weird.

You might also want to check on the slot sizes if you own bigger watches.

>> No.56308726

Was going to say yes, but it's the quartz version.
Invicta is shit, but people tend to tolerate the 8926OB.
That one has the NH35a movement from seiko, which makes it decent.
If you can get one of those for cheap you can file off the invicta logos and mod it to hell.

>> No.56308728

What's the moonphase in the left box?

>> No.56308867

I'm looking for something a bit more than a $20 sports watch to wear during soccer.

>> No.56308955
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Picked up a new band for my anadigi. I'll probably hit it with some steel wool to dull it a bit but I'm rather pleased for $10.

>> No.56309018
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theyre not really mesh straps, more like folded/cascaded metal like its kind of springy and not really that comfy, but they look cool so i keep them on it.

its a B&M valjoux 90, it desperately needs restauration but i havent gotten around to it yet sadly.

>> No.56309063

what sort of watch would a businessman from the 60s wear?

>> No.56309121
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Now after a bit of searching about they are closer to folded metal bars.

Still neat to have.

Pic related among a few more Japanese sarary man watches.

>> No.56309452

You came the wrong place to talk about watches that cost less than $3000 that aren't a Seiko 5 or an Orient Bambino.

Timex Weekender is fine. It's a very simple, yet classy looking watch for casual wear. It's $30 at Target and looks good with any band.

See >>56296819

>> No.56309609

Nice, that's exactly what I'm looking for. What model's that?

>> No.56309698

>a B&M valjoux 90
how much did it cost?

where 2 buy

>> No.56309699
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post the first watch you ever owned

>mom bought this for me in jr high
>we had nothing and she managed to get this for me


>> No.56309828
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Seiko Seikomatic (aka Weekdater) 6206.

Other options from Seiko may include, 5106,8346 (pic related), 6218 and many more.

>> No.56309887

I had a Timex sports watches when I was a kid. Stopped wearing a watch in high school and didn't wear any until after university and I started working. I had lots of disposable income so said fuck it lets buy watches.

>> No.56309902
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Ah, air force. In that case you absolutely need pic. related.

>2 years and 8 months total, 2 years left to go though. And national service here is a completely different thing.
Pretty demanding I hear. News here is of course full of it, "foreign" is very limited to the journalists. 2 years 8 months is a lot, I thought it was 2 years since a friend of mine did 2 but is a she, not a he. Hang on in there.

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it was some time ago, 200-300 euros i think, just got it off ebay.

cherish the great memories anon ;-;

>> No.56309950
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>mfw haven't received any new watches in the mail in months
>mfw /g/ forgot about me

>> No.56309994

She and I both could afford most any watch these days, but you never forget where you came from.

>> No.56310004

What exactly were the watches that you waited for?

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I never forgot about you, senpai.

>> No.56310012
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Casio 1000W

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>Pretty demanding I hear.
They do pay me a bit extra per month since i get my ass handed to me on a regular basis. At least i live in better conditions there than most.

2 years was the regular term of service for females, 3 years for men. 6 months ago~ it was changed to 2 years 4 months for women and 2 years 8 months for males. Combat soldiers still do 3 years.

>mfw when also waiting for a watch

Not trying to diss your warm memories, but if that was your only fossil it would have been acceptable.

But a box filled with dogshit ain't.

>> No.56310072

It's easy on those as they have drilled lugs. Basically there is a hole in the lugs that you can use to compress the spring pin from the outside.

>> No.56310074

>stop liking what I don't like

>> No.56310121

The display is perfectly legible in daylight, if it gets a bit dark you might need to use the backlight though.

>> No.56310136

>SKX is fast by close to 5-10 mins a day
>some guy on the forum said I need to overhaul movement
>offered to do it for $125
>new NH35A which is the same movement used in newer SKX and Turtles is $50 from ebay
>wanted to change the dial to a suburst pepsi and bezel anyways
Should I do this? I just need some watchmaking tools, a movement swap would be easy.

>> No.56310218

It could be magnetized to start with, and you need to do a few modifications to fit a 4R36 (clearance for the movement, being different dimensions).

Another issue of fitting a 4R36 compatible stem into an SKX crown. Which i recall an anon over here botched or was unable somehow.

You really can't deny Fossil's are dogshit.

>> No.56310251

Just swap the movement yourself.

What you need:
-caseback wrench
-hand remover tool
-plastic dial protector (you can just use any kind of plastic lying around)
-tweezers (preferably brass, non-magnetic and can't scratch steel)
-movement holder
-hand setters

Steps to replace movement:
-unscrew caseback
-use a toothpick or brass tweezers to push in a button that releases the crown
-pull out crown while crown release button is pressed
-remove the entire movement from the watch case
-put movement in movement holder dial up
-remove hands using hand remover with dial protector
-disengage dial latches on the side of the movement using a small screwedriver
-remove dial
-install dial on new movement and lock into place by engaging the latches with a screwdriver on the sides of the movement
-install hands using rodico (stick hands to rodico and then stick-em to the pins), and then push them on firmly with hand setters
-install new movement into the case
-screw in caseback, make sure gasket is in place

I'll post a picture of all the tools in a bit

>> No.56310273

Couldn't you replace it with the same movement that's already there? Or can you not buy 7s26 anywhere?

>> No.56310296

The old ones aren't great quality (including my first). The newer ones are much better, but they are overpriced. If you can get them for half off what Fossil wants to charge, they aren't bad.

At least they are making an attempt to making things that are a step above fashion watches. No doubt they have a big hole to dig themselves out of.

On a related note, they now have swiss made stuff that starts at around $500 I think, some of it looks cool... some is just weird.

I think part of the reason they went nuts starting other brands (Michael Kors, Burberry, etc) is so that they could still make fashion watches but use Fossil to try to get into 'real' watches. In the end, they probably should have just chosen a different brand name, but in the end it is what it is. It's a budget mechanical watch they are charging a little too much for.

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Not the first watch, but probably the first one that wasn't total kiddie dogshit. I got it when I was in primary school and it still works today.

The first watch I bought myself was my trusty Amphibia.

>> No.56310441

Somebody said the NH35 is not the same size as the 7S26, do you think the NH36 would fit better?

>> No.56310481

35 and 36 are exactly the same with the exception of day complication.

>> No.56310486

The quality has very slightly improved over time, but that's the quality of the Chinese manufacturers that has improved. Not necessarily the movements nor the pricing. They still do produce the same disgusting Tag huehue tier models along with more plain looking models which are both overpriced for what they offer.

And the so called Swiss line usually has the same Ronda/ETA quartz as lower grade Swiss watches (which are inferior to Jap quartz) and automatics with clones of the 2824 (STP1-11). The automatics aren't too bad but charging 400~500$ for a base grade 2824-2 is too much.


You could easily find a 7S26/NH36 and just slap it in. And they go for about 50~60$.

>> No.56310493


thanks anon

>> No.56310498

Why is he reviewing watches now, what happened to the gun reviews?

>> No.56310516

Err, meant the NH26. NH36 is the 4R36.

>> No.56310522

Thanks, I might try it. Before I landed a real job I used to work as an apprentice watchmaker. They never let me touch mechanical watches, but I am good enough to fix quartz 90% of which is just changing the coil.

>> No.56310559

I'd still check if it's magnetized, or open it up to check for obvious broken bits before slapping a new movement in.

Also, you're going to have to remove the hands (hand puller) and the dial.

>> No.56310563


>new NH35A which is the same movement used in newer SKX

Wait what? I didnt know this. Got any links?

The ones in skywatches still use 7s26

>> No.56310573
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I don't disagree. Like I said: not-terrible watches with terrible price tags. I paid $90 for my skeleton Grant, it's probably worth it if even for the band, it's a nice comfortable leather that I would probably pay $30 for by itself.

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I'd go with the 7s26 just to be safe, and I guess keep the watch "original" too. Here's the tool's you'll want. Don't buy Chinese tools or you'll regret it. Bergeon is a good brand for tools.

>> No.56310658

You seem to misunderstood me, the blue one was acceptable as a tag knock-off but this looks like something that belongs in a the bottom of an outhouse.

He meant the new Neo-turtles.

>> No.56311121

Shill detected, any cheap Chinese NATO will do.

>> No.56311167

I'm thinking about ditching my submariner for a datejust.. what do you think?

>> No.56311214


>> No.56311244

Man, this watch is a fucking shitter. Don't buy shitter wristwatches, they are a waste of money.

>> No.56311249

>Chinese mechanical

>> No.56311284

Nothing wrong with chinese mechs in general, but Fossil uses the worst possible chinese movements.

>> No.56311474

shit man you are reminding me to buy more shitty and obscure watches

>> No.56312184


ungoogleable. all that comes up is to watch the spike tv channel

>> No.56312483
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A first communion present. Still in use today, since I'm not into dress watches much and it's good to have one. I might change the strap, since I don't like croc pattern.

Not sure if it's actually my first, but the first one I remember. There might have been some random toy store digitals or whatever, but might have been after as well.

>> No.56312520

how do mystery clocks work?

>> No.56312550
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I have never seen this model. anyone know the reference?

>> No.56312676
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>want to buy a g-shock or similar sport watch

Literally little girl wrists (5.9″).

Pls help me /wt/. What should I buy ;_;

>> No.56312699
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A 5610 should still look ok on you.

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Forgot to mention, I used to wear this cheap Casio watch until the wristband cracked and broke after 2 years of constant use. I can get it replaced, but I'm kinda looking for an "upgrade".


I'll look into it. Thanks

>> No.56312818

They are called a spring bar tool. Although on a watch with drilled lugs like the Pulsar any thing bit of metal such as a straightened paper clip will suffice.

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Post your watches, and guess what other people do based on their collections. I also have my dad's old gshock from when he was a fireman, and a blue seiko 5 sport.

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I had one of these as my first watch in the mid 80s, it came with a book that taught you how to read a watch.

>> No.56312990

Very much of a shitter collection.
Orient would be alright with a non-blue strap.

>> No.56313010

It's probably SSC something so you could start there.

>> No.56313017

most are work beaters, took the bracelet off the orient so i wouldnt stand out too much at work, most people dress more casually. My boss wears a gshock and the guy who used to be in my position has several of the casio F-91Ws

>> No.56313145

>>56313010 here, I can't find the exact model, may be discontinued. SSC243 is very close though.

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I wanted to get /autists/ thoughts on the accutron 2 collection.
Specifically picture related

>> No.56313296

its newly in a local jewelers windows. they don't out used items in the windows. I feel like it's new rather than discontinued

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I like it. I have a precisionist myself. It keep excellent time, off by just a second after 6 months.

>> No.56313371

thought about getting one but it just seems a little delicate. I wish they made one with a decent water resistance that wasn't an ugly diver

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Which one should I get??

>> No.56313777

They're all ugly.

>> No.56314019

The accutron ii at least as a sapphire crystal. My precisionist came with a mineral crystal that has a couple of scratches already. It's not as hard as seiko hardex.

>> No.56315748

That's one of the three i was looking at, figured the accutron was worth the $100 more.
Can't make up my mind

>> No.56315797

Which one?



>> No.56315966

Tough choice.
What movements do they each use?

>> No.56316054

Both automatic.

Tissot is ETA 2824-2

Not sure on exactly what movement the seiko uses other than "japanese automatic"

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You should consider a sea-gull. The movement is a clone of the 2824 and the guilloche is nicer than the tissot imo.

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Frederique Constant makes excellent guilloche dials as well. Sea-gull's guilloche dials are quite comparable in quality.

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Guilloche, you say?

>> No.56316398

I'm so angry because there was a nice FC watch that was over $130 cheaper yesterday than it is today on amazon.

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what does /g/ think of these? Techne Merlin. I never heard of it until just now.

>> No.56316645

>$455 for autos
>$200+ for quartz
Seems like an overpriced lower quality Orient.

>> No.56316660

The one in that pic is $99 from long island watch.

>> No.56316717

I don't like its back, the fact that you can pop it off with a knife makes it feel cheap. Also I doubt other parts of it is higher quality as well. For a 39mm you can probably get a Seiko 5 Canvas or a Timex Explorer(Military) if you don't like mechanicals.

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>> No.56317268

Moto 360 for $50? Link?

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>> No.56318235

Save up for an amohibia ffs. These are all quite fedoracore/ugly.

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