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  1. German watches
    Just received my DS30 not too long ago and wanted to post some pics of it on a smaller wrist (~6.5"). It's super light, you can hear the rotor a bit if you flip your wrist really quickly, but not really more so than any other automatic I've owned (except ones with super thick cases). With my...
  2. Damasko Uhren
    Just received my DS30 not too long ago and wanted to post some pics of it on a smaller wrist (~6.5"). It's super light, you can hear the rotor a bit if you flip your wrist really quickly, but not really more so than any other automatic I've owned (except ones with super thick cases). With my...
  3. Seiko
    I really like the Grand Seiko SBGA011 "snow flake" with Spring Drive mechanism, but the downside is that they don't have it in smaller case (only 41mm) for my 6.5" wrist. There are a few other Grand Seiko Spring Drive that are at ~39.4mm, like SBGA027 for example, but I don't like them as much...
  4. Affordable watches
    Hi all, As a kid I grew up wearing watches. I remember my first Timex Iron Man in 4th grade and how devastated I was when it got lost some time later. Since then I've owned tons of cool looking watches under $100 that inevitably would crap out. After a while, maybe grad school, I just...
  5. German watches
    Dear all, I am just about to buy my first adult mechanical watch. I have done some research now & like the simple, understated style of German designed watches. I have a smallish wrist (6.5 inches) which limit some options, and I want to use the watch for work & everyday wear. (I currently...
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