A one-handed watch from Minsk, Belarus. It's a mechanical watch with no lume. Has a very nice leather strap, with a signed buckle and crown. It's honestly not that hard to read, and makes a fun conversation around it. All text is in Belarusian.
Purchased in October 2013, this lovely single-handed watch has been lightly used and remains in excellent condition, but does of course have some hairlines. This is the 38mm version with a silver/white dial, blued steel hand, exposed date wheel, and exhibition caseback. The watch comes in the...
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OEM Slow Anthracite canvas strap
Swiss Rhonda Quartz Movement
This is only my second review since I joined this forum so any comments are appreciated.
You may wonder why my second watch since then is not a real (mechanical) watch but has an electrically powered heart whose history doesn't go back hundreds of years and the sound it produces isn't as...
we are excited about the detailed and good review our watches received from Ernie (https://www.watchuseek.com/f2/how-slow-can-you-go-slow-not-speed-its-mindset-841295.html) :-)
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Long time reader, and for my first post I thought I'd do a mini review of the Botta I just received today as a 30th birthday present for myself. Before this, I didn't have a working watch (my only other watch - my father's Seiko 5 - needs restoring).
I'd been itching to get a Botta Uno...
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Having only indexes on its dial it can be used as a right or lefthanderwatch simulanteously.
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This watch is not for everyone. But I think it speaks to many people here, as it has been posted about many times in these forums.
This post is not so much about a watch as it is my musing about the representation of a watch.
But no worries, though -- I will still write about the Botta Uno 24...