1923 Omega case and movement. Converted from a pocket watch and worn as a wrist watch since the twenties by a German pilot. Open case back with matching numbers. Great watch with great stories to tell.
Breitling Navitimer 01. The most beautiful watch I own. Could stare at it for hours.
Breitling Avenger II. Amazing watch that looks like it's been carved out of a lump of steel. Although it looks great in the photo, I wish I'd bought the bigger 48mm as it sits a little small as a 43mm.
Recent addition to the collection. Glycine Incursore. 45mm, large, simple, elegant, and extremely versatile. I wear it with a green NATO and it suddenly becomes a fun weekend watch I could take anywhere.
My trusty Seamaster 300mm. Was worried that the 42mm would be too small but the case shape makes it stand out. Out of all my watches, it's the Omega that people seem to notice and recognise. I've beaten the hell out of it and it's taking a bit of a back seat to the Avenger II.
First (nice) watch I bought. Found it at an auction for £65.00 and nearly bit the man's hand off. It's a Tag Heuer Aquaracer Grande Date. Good size and weight and feels so comfortable to wear.its the only Quartz I own which means i use this when setting the time on the others. 😉
The Seiko SBDC001 - The SUMO. In amazing condition, it's like new. I have the as strap but it looks awesome on this leather NATO. I wear this all the time and it looks great with anything. I don't think I'd ever part with this, I think it would be the last to go over all the others 🤔
. . . And finally my newest addition. A Rolex Datejust II. This has the Rhodium dial with the lavender blue Arabic numerals. The whole watch looks super until the light catches it and the colours pop. Doesn't get worn too often but a proper conversation price as it's a variation that's not seen very often.
That's it for now . . . 🤨