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Below are pics of my modest collection. I am into watches that are more on the not so common side. I love chasing them down. The watches are displayed on stands that I make for my etsy account. The next watch I am looking for is a white faced dress watch. Recommendations are welcomed.



















 

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What's your budget? Also, you really need to fix the white balance on your camera
I'm trying to stay under $1500. With regards to the pics, I used a filter, it didn't really turn out the way I wanted it to. Taking photos in a basement at night is tough.
 

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Here is a pic of the omega, without the filter. image.jpeg
 

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Lovely collection - interesting, and as you said - uncommon, watches. Sinn is just oozing cool, Chopard is very sporty and Omega - well I havent seen it before but it sure is beautiful. The stands are quite nice as well

As far as a light-faced dress watch - there are many great choices. I'm very fond of Montblanc Heritage Ultrathin (although it's a silvery dial, 1400 in GM), or perhaps FC Slim Moonphase (1500 in GM), or for something different - one of Seiko enameled dial offerings like SARX027 or SARD007
 

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Nice collection, and I really like the stands!

A suggestion for a nice white dial automatic dress watch in the aforementioned range would be a Frederique Constant. Their Classics Manufacture would even come with an in-house movement, something quite rare in that range.
 

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What's your budget? Also, you really need to fix the white balance on your camera
So I fixed the photos... The photo filter was getting on my nerves. Thanks for the comments. I do like those Gavox. I am not familiar with the brand. The research begins...
 

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Interesting idea. Easy access. But it would work only if you don't use a winder.
 

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I do have a dual winder. I keep a stand at my office. I go to the gym during lunch and it works as a storage solution. My next project is nato strap organization.
 

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It is. PRS-50 limited edition of 50 pieces. It's my newest purchase. I'm a big fan now if the Precista brand.
 

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Nice collection and those are some pretty cool stands. I might have to check them out.
 

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Nice collection and those are some pretty cool stands. I might have to check them out.
There is a link in my signature if you have any interest. My other hobby is bike building, so I have a few stands that are in the works that use reclaimed bike parts. I'm constantly going through my bin of parts to see if anything inspires me.
 

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Really nice collection and I like these stands!
 
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