Ingersoll Regent Automatic Watch
Ingersoll Regent Automatic Watch
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Aptly named, the Regent watch from Ingersoll immediately grants any wrist a distinguished aura. Sporting a stainless steel case with a hypnotically textured dial, it exhibits an elevated aesthetic without busyness Read More

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MrSharkbait
479
Sep 20, 2020
Don’t need a plate, I can eat off this watch
RayF
23051
Sep 19, 2020
The more I look at this watch, the more I think you should buy it.
Prewarp
6
Oct 26, 2020
It looks nice on the wrist indeed. I thought I’d never go Ingersoll again. Then this happened.
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RayF
23051
Oct 26, 2020
That ain't a bad looker, and I bet you're happy with the fit and finish, and overall quality just as much? My only real complaint about them (aside from personal styling tastes) has been their use of non-hacking Miyota movements. If that's not an issue (otherwise it's a good movement), and you find a style you can get into (yours is a good example) then for the price, they're actually hard to beat!

Qwervy
313
Sep 16, 2020
poo, 45mm is the limit for me
RayF
23051
Sep 20, 2020
You have friends; check out https://theslenderwrist.com/about/
Qwervy
313
Sep 20, 2020
Legend
dat.guy.dere
33
Sep 16, 2020
Case diameter of 47 mm? Is this a wrist watch or an ankle watch?
RayF
23051
Sep 19, 2020
I'll bet if I was looking at your wrist, I would say: "Is this a wrist or one of those damn plastic straws cluttering up the ocean?!

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ClockPit
9
Sep 15, 2020
its like a little 2 cylinder inside a 1980 Lincoln continental. haha look like a nice watch !
RayF
23051
Sep 15, 2020
Better looking than the Eternas offered today and cheaper too.
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RayF
23051
Sep 16, 2020
If you ever find that site, post the link! Meantime, for the most part, once you've found a watch you like, it's easy to compare prices with a quick Google search. There are exceptions: high-end, ultra-crazy priced watches, and micro brand watches. I don't like the first because I can't afford six-figure watches. I avoid the second group (micro brands) because they're generally only available from one source at one price--no deals to be had that way. Here's a good tip: check out Heimdallr.com--I bought several of their watches (mainly divers) and I consider them all Great Deals. I assume you occasionally hang out on Chrono24? It's a good place to get an idea of what's available and what the market is asking/paying for a given watch.
Fearlessleader
400
Sep 16, 2020
two that come to mind: jomashop and https://www.gnomonwatches.com (an AD for quite a few brands sold at great prices, but not the cheap brands). lots more if I thought a bit about it... amazingly, you can also find good prices on Amazon but look at camel-camel-camel to find what's a good price there.
Rowdy2026
208
Sep 15, 2020
Finally a mens watch on Drop large enough to not look as though I’m wearing a children’s or ladies timepiece. For all the wingers....perhaps try working those tyrannosaurus rex forearms out every now and then.
Rowdy2026
208
Sep 16, 2020
Make sure it’s full cream then....all the best. 👍
RayF
23051
Sep 19, 2020
Not milk, Spinach!
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Tophat
2
Sep 15, 2020
This could be Hagrid’s watch. 47mm? What were they thinking?!?!
Bobraz
2476
Sep 14, 2020
At 47mm the movement must be floating in the case like a small fish in an overly large pond, only kept in place by a shitty plastic spacer 😅 (hence the very small window in the back)
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Leoanger
244
Sep 14, 2020
Somebody please tell me that's a typo and it's actually 37mm (a little small is preferable to a little large.. or a lot large). The silver one really is eye-catching. Reminds me of a certain $20,000 watch reviewed on Hodinkee which I would be lusting after if I had money I didn't know what to do with.
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Leoanger
244
Sep 15, 2020
Lol. 38mm is still generally considered plenty big enough for dress watches. And it wasn't too far back in the history of wristwatches that much smaller cases were the norm. I'm not a big burly man, so I can actually wear a 33mm without offending anyone :P
yeeto
2
Sep 19, 2020
37mm was large for a non diving watch before the 90s. Case in point: Patek 3796 was 31mm, early Rolex Bubblebacks were 32mm, Tudor "Jumbo" was 38mm.
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