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I've been methodically liquidating all my non-divers, but was in need of a nice dress watch so I bought this Anonimo Pineider Reserve 1000 which just arrived today.

It's a nice size for a dress watch at 41mm x 10mm. It has a Peseux 7001 manual wind movement with power reserve complication, sapphire crystal, blued hands, guilloché decorated silver dial and a genuine sapphire crown tip.


 

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Here's one that I'm wearing today...

the lemania movement is living up to it's rep, tough and reliable. :-!

 

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Here's a few:

Schauer Day-date Zentral




Stowa Antea Chronometer




Damasko DA36
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TAG Heuer Link Automatic Chronograph



Best Regards,
Brian
 

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XTrooper, love those blued hands! You've been on a bit of a "binge" lately, way to go!

Brian, I meant to applaud that pic of the Damasko on Zulu, that is a real beauty, makes me want one!

My "best" non -diver is this 50th ANNIVERSARY Navitimer. It's rated at 30m, which is the distance the collectors of older ones (NO wr) said they should be kept from water ;-)






There's also this O&W MP non-diver (though it's 100m wr). One of the best buys in a Swiss automatic IMHO (ETA 2824, when I bought it it was under $200)


(Note, old pic, from when I first got the watch. It appearedd in the O&W Forum when I opened the package).

Been noticing the contents of my watch box heavily favor divers... not that there's anything wrong with that! :-!
 

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The only non-diver I currently own is this Gucci dress watch. The only reason it remains in my collection is because of sentimental value to me. My wife purchased it for me as a wedding gift.
 

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Two of my non-diver watches are vintage faves, my Accutron Astronaut and my Seiko All-Man Man's Watch :-!
 

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Most of mine are non-divers. My vintage watches never even get a sniff of water. Probably the least water resistant of all is this 60s Mondaine:

 

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Some nice watches here, good looking Ball!

Of my 19 watches, 11 are non-divers, so pics of all would take a while...

That DA36 does look good on the Zulu, I'm waiting for mine to arrive (along with a DC57) and might well have to try that combo...
 

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Woooow, some very nice watches here :) I'm a big fan of interesting high-tech watches: solar-atomics and such. Here's a Citizen 2100 Eco-Drive chronograph with power reserve indicator and alarm. 187 grams of beautiful watch!!

 

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Well...

Here are some of the non-divers...

Big & Small...my PAM 93E with the old Air King...



The Patek 2425 (circa 1946)


PAM 86E on a Greg Stevens distressed calf...


And finally, a freaky shot of my PAM 183 Black Seal...


BT
 
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