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Which watch or watches in your collection would you gladly buy again if you ever lost them? Why? What did you find so great about it?

I would gladly buy another Skyhawk A-T again but the next time around, i would get a titanium or pvd version.
 

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Which watch or watches in your collection would you gladly buy again if you ever lost them?

I would gladly buy another Skyhawk A-T again but the next time around, i would get a titanium or pvd version.
pix are always better;-)

i would take everything on this box








and this chopard
 

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If I could replace them, these two vintage pieces:

1968 Omega Seamaster caliber 321




1960 Longines Conquest caliber 291




This is the first modern watch I'd track down:

2004 Vacheron Constantin Malte Grande caliber 1400




There's a few others I'd probably, but maybe I'd shop for others in their place. Of course this is subject to change on a whim.
 

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My El Primero -


My vintage JLC -


My Zenith Elite 680 -


My Revue-Sport 50's -


And, a couple of others ...
 

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Good question, here goes:


Omega GMT







U1






Damaskos







Ball EMII









TUSA






(Barry's picture)




1000T Pro





(photo by matt.wu)


and last, but not least, Capeland, soon to return from Jay at MCWW






Sorry to drag this out, but I wanted to be honest.
 

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Any of my Fricker divers or offerings from Zinex. Simply outstanding in every feature - great lume, great bracelet, fantastic distortion-free crystals, solid comfortable cases, and (usually) engraved bezels. I don't find anything lacking in these watches at all.


 

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This one:



I'll probably buy an orange dial if I see one at a good price, but I bet it won't be the bargain this one was.
 

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My favorite daily wearer:

you have the rubber strap, the ss bracelet, where oh where is the black croc w/white contrast stitching:think: you gotta get that strap dude!
killer watch.
 

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This one because it is simply beautiful:


This is a favorite, Invicta at its best:


Affordable Swiss, unique style:


Gotta have a Seiko diver and this is my favorite:


Big, bold, great movement:


Feels like a million bucks:


Happily respend the $10 this cheapy costs on ebay:


 
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My Speedmaster. It's what got me into Omega. Still today, I love that watch. It also was my first big purchase.
 

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My Breitling SQ B1 - Its the perfect watch, super accurate 5spy, size, durable, functional. After owning and wearing it I would be in bad shape if I did not have her readily available.

Seiko Black Monster for my Beater
 

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you have the rubber strap, the ss bracelet, where oh where is the black croc w/white contrast stitching:think: you gotta get that strap dude!
killer watch.
I need to stop buying watches before I can afford a croc deployant strap! :-d
 
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