I'm looking for the next one (aren't we all).
I already know that at some point I'll be buying a Grand Seiko sbga293 , but for now, I'm looking for an everyday "beater" watch.
I'm thinking about going for a diver or field watch.
Here are some pieces that caught my eye:
This would be a theme forum for car/motorsport enthusiasts. This means people in the theme forum would be posting things specific to watches with motorsport history or inspiration.
Let's call it "Drive Watches", "Motorsports Watches", “Drivers Watches”, etc.
If it helps you, ignore my humor...
I'm new to this forum here and am an overall watch newbie. I've always been lurking on here as an anon, but finally decided to make an account today as I need some advice.
I'm looking to purchase my first diver's watch that is:
1. All-black (face, bezel, case, bracelet strap)
So I have finally saved up enough to get myself an official vintage omega.
If you had to pick one out of these 3 choices which would you pick and why or why not?
Would love to hear any opinions out there especially on damaged or patina dial watches and what level is acceptable...
Is there a watch out there that has a similar look to the Landmaster but might be slightly smaller (around 45) and shorter? I LOVE the aesthetics of the Landmaster and am willing to spend in that neighborhood if necessary. Just not sure I'm ready to put something that large on my 7.5" wrist...
Greetings fellow watch enthusiasts,
I'm looking for a watch that meets the following criteria:
domed crystal (double domed and AR are nice, but will depend on price tag of course)
day and date (both)
40mm size (can't do 44, and 36 might be too small, so the closer to 40...
Warning: fairly long
Hi everybody, this is a two part post; a State of the Collection and a Future of the Collection if you will.
(Please note none of the photos are mine, if they're yours and you want credit/want it taken down let me know)
The first real watch I got was a used Tag...
I have been looking for a watch for a couple weeks and have it narrowed down to a Sinn 556i, which I cannot really afford. The Ronin Rotomatic MK II is my compromise. I would buy a Sinn 556i for $400, but I realize that is extremely unreasonable. So Ronin Rotomatic it is. I am open to...
I'm looking to start a watch collection. I'm interested in a few watches, but would like to get some more suggestions. I like watches with a black face and no chrono. The watches I found that I like so far are:
Panerai Luminor Marina- Black dial/leather or stainless strap
Rolex sub/gmt- Black...
Hey all ! I've been a lurker for a while, I finally decided to create an account since I'm looking to get a christmas/early birthday gift for myself. I already own a few Quartz watches (Citizen's, TX, Michael Kors, nothing extremely fancy). So now i'm starting to consider a more classy/dressy...
So for the past few weeks now I've been searching high and low for a sport watch that suits me. Basically I'm looking for a beater that will work for fishing, kayaking, and biking etc. . I'm not looking for a G-SHOCK since I already got one. I'm also not looking for any divers. I...
I've just started seriously working on my collection. I already own a Fossil Twist ME1098. I have come to understand that for some reason that Fossil watches aren't exactly respected among WISes, but to be fair, it has served me pretty good, never having broken down in the three years...
So I broke my Waltham manual wind while dancing believe it or not (I don't dance very often) the crystal popped off and I bent a hand. I'd like to replace it with a similar watch. The biggest criteria I'd like to keep would be:
-small (under 39mm)
-domed crystal (preferable, not...
Hey everyone quick question:
I currently own G-Shocks,just the normal ones that are around $100. I was planning on buying a more dressy watch, something silver or gold with a leather strap but I was wondering, can G-Shocks be dressy? Maybe a more expensive model?
I am currently looking for a watch for my 20th birthday. Up to this point all I have worn is G-Shocks and other watches of the same nature and I think it's time for me to get a more appropriate watch that I can wear when I have to dress up for events and also an everyday watch...
Hello dear forum users!
I'd like to ask for your assistance in finding me the right timepiece(s).
I've come to a point in my life where I'm in the process of slowly graduating my wardrobe towards professionalism and classic gentlemen style, and on that route I've found myself lacking a proper...