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  1. #1651
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    I like them, but Trying to stay away from the these new cheap alternative like MVMT, Linjer, Daniel Wellington etc.

  2. #1652
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    Maybe have a sniff around junghans.
    I suspect they're starting at ~700 though.

    Got my eye on a max bill at some point.

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    I gotta stop buying whack watches....

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    S Vest edition?
    team sports can go to hell. I'm never going to rely on some weak minded MufaF@#$ to help me win a game. Ill win it myself. George Leeman.

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    thinking of pulling the pin on this ana-digi (actual watch is at the top, third pic shows the faceted sapphire crystal).
    Been out of production for many years, so dont see many like this




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  7. #1656
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    This is not my type of watch, but for $550 (US) I did consider it




  8. #1657
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    Looking to buy an automatic movement watch around $2000 for myself. Love Tags but cannot afford the one I want. How are Tissots automatic movements? Any other watches in this style, automatic and in stainless to take into consideration?

    Was looking at these options

    https://www.grahamsjewellers.com.au/...atch-g30255494
    https://www.watchshop.com/mens-victo...p99989425.html

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    So, the Managing Director of the company I work for and myself quite often email each other nice timepieces that we see online etc.

    I'm not normally massive fan of TAG Heuer, but I do love the pre-TAG era Heuers, especially the 60's/70's motor racing influenced chronographs, which is what had drawn me to this watch.

    Last week I sent him this link- https://timeandtidewatches.com/annou...nching-monday/

    Fast forward to Friday afternoon, I get a confirmation email congratulating me on the purchase, the fucker had bought it for me, I was stunned.
    I have been working my ass off this year running 2 projects in Melbourne and it feels good for that to be work to be validated.

    The bonus is I'll be in Melbourne while the launch event is on so will be able to pick up the watch in person.

    I'll put up a picture of the actual watch once I pick it up.

    TL;DR - boss bought me watch / am happy

    ZAK

  10. #1659
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    Lovely watch you have. Heuers have always had that classic yet sophisticated look to them.

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    Received my new Heuer on Saturday at an event hosted by Time & Tide watches in Melbourne. Decent event with a 5 course lunch and drinks. A lot more fun that just picking it up at an AD.

    I am stoked with how well finished it is in the flesh. One to hang on to for sure.



    ZAK

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  14. #1661
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    Picked up a Tag Heuer Link Calibre 16 last week as a sort of wedding present to myself! With a lot of the Link range being discontinued now it was hard to track one down, but I managed to get mazzuchellis to track one down and send across from one of their stores in South Australia.

    I've wanted one of these for years!



    Next to my cheapy automatic Fossil...


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  16. #1662
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    On the topic of 60s/70's watches.. Does anyone here have a good service shop they've used for old automatics? Got a vintage watch needing a service/overhaul.

    Also Zak congrats that is a beautiful watch!

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    I've never personally used them, but I have heard good things about these guys... https://allabouttime.com.au/
    What vintage watch is it?

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    Also, finally managed to track down a rubber strap and clasp for my Oris Aquis, personally I think it suits it better than the factory bracelet and is my ideal summer watch. Video below;

    https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...VKX3A4SnZnT253
    ZAK

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    It's a 50's Paul Burke handed down in the family from RSA. I can't find anything online about it, but it looks like a lot of other watches of that era searching 'incabloc, 25 jewel automatic'. No one has really worn it besides my great grandfather in the 60's 70's. I pretty much want to wear it almost daily so need to make sure that the winding and mechanisms are ticketyboo. Have got a quote back from one mob for $490... Don't mind paying the money i just want to make sure that the shop that does it is the right one.

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    I'm going to try 'just on time' in southperth . Beats a trek into the city.

    Address: 1/95 Canning Hwy, South Perth WA 6151
    Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5PM
    Phone: (08) 9367 5042
    team sports can go to hell. I'm never going to rely on some weak minded MufaF@#$ to help me win a game. Ill win it myself. George Leeman.

  21. #1666
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    I've been advised by Michael from the Breitling store (USA) is currently having all this month 50% off the Superocean, Bentley Mark VI, Galactic Unitime, Transocean 38 collections.
    Remainder of the store is 20%-40% off. Unheard of them having that huge a discount.

    I've used these guys to purchase my watch last time I was there at Woodbury Commons (Woodbury, New York).

    Michael Aulicino
    Sales Specialist
    Tel:845-928-9958
    E-Mail: michael.aulicino@breitlingusa.com

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    Massive discounts!
    a n t i l a g . c o m

  24. #1668
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    anyone thinking of selling a nice watch?
    automatic or quartz, not too fussed - max of $1k to spend
    pm if you like

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    Interested in a manual wind?
    Lumtec M21. Tungsten carbide case ETA 6498 movement


    Also have a Lumtec B14 (quartz chrono) I don't wear anymore

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    Sorry, not really what Iím looking for. I might have to increase the budget. Oris dive watch on a ss bracelet or similar is what grabs me at the moment
    Cheers

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