Nice watch. > what moviment should I get that have plenty of aftermarket spares made for it? Eta 2824 and clones (Sellita SW200, Seagull corrispondent clone) , Miyota 9015 and if you're a poorfag Seiko Nh35/6 You can find parts on ofrei.com
Buy a dead stainless steel casio and put a f-91w module to it.
6497 (get an st36, it's the chink clone). It's big and easy, hand wound, and there are all the parts you need on ebay and aliexpress. I actually have all the parts for mine waiting to be assembled - $85 all in (movement, dial, case and hands).
That's a nice design. It looks a little thick though.
It’s just a computer here at my work office I put together a few years ago, out of date now
Got another 6106 (middle in pic) for parts, this one is from 1969. Shame this one is also so fucked up, it has a nice and chucky case. It's 40mm but appears way beefier. I'll remember the case reference (6106-8440) in case I ever find a better one.
Another 6106 on the right, and a customer's later 7009 on the left for scale.
I've had this Timex for a few years now and it's getting a bit old. In the mood for something new, although similar. Can anyone recommend a not-too-expensive watch with a white face and day of the month, and which isn't too large or thick? I don't really care what the strap is like as I can just replace it. Bonus points if it's on the quieter side of things: this one's a bit loud.
>user why do you need a gtx 1080 ti for your work station? "umm, it's for 3d modelling watch movement parts, so I can see inside them before I take it apart" >Why is your work station making so much noise 24/7, can't you turn it down? "No, it is minin- modelling a movement part.
SOTC:pic related Casio f-91w hydro mod, Seiko 6106 5410 DX, G-Shock GW-M5610 Also, Is collecting watches a pathological addiction? I can't stop looking for new ones, even if I am already satisfied with my collection
Go with the flippers way, buy only watches you know you can sell for a (small) profit.
I wore a zulu strap for the first time today. I thought you all got them just to be different, I didn’t realize they were this comfortable. Collecting shitters is addicting. I ordered a Mako II the day my Vostok got here. Hey hey.
hi can you recommend a fun, not-too-thick panda (hand-wound's fine). something under 14mm, and around 3k-4k used
ineed to get a matching watch for me and my girlfriend. This is a photo of her we are both 18 and we want something that looks good together. Hopefully mechanical with some horological value can you post any recommendations?
>so I don't have a watch more expensive than my boss How fucking pathetic are you that that's a concern that even crossed your mind? Nomos is probably a good choice, ask your wife for one as a vasectomy gift.
Around $80 ~ $200
That's a tough one. Odds are no automatic chronograph in that price range will under 14mm thick, and there are very few hand wound chronographs in that price bracket. I'll see if I can come up with something, but it may take a while.
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Got a new place for my lange catalogue. Also quick wristwatch check.