State of Your Watch Collection
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Show the state of your watch collection. You don't have to show them all at once, especially if you have a large collection. Show them in different categories, eg. Divers, Chronographs, Pilots, Rolexes, Seikos, etc. Tells us the watch models and share any background story you might have behind the collection. See more at IG #ausindo.watches
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Marconika
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Dec 31, 2019
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My story started late 2018. I had been wearing a timex Waterbury (upper left corner) for the better part of 2018 and during a wedding I attended I felt silly looking at myself in the mirror, donning a suit and vest with the timex on my wrist. I figured it was time to grow up and get myself a proper watch. Initially I didn’t want to spend too much money and after reading a few articles and reviews, early 2019 I decided on an Orient Star Open Heart RE-AV0002S. I have no regrets m, I loved wearing it and I now have a watch suitable for the more formal events. I told myself that I would buy no more than 4 watches in 2019, ultimately once I caught the bug I just couldn’t help myself. I ended the year with two of my currently most cherished possession the Speedy Pro and the GS Snowflake SBGA 211. From top left to bottom right, and in the order of my acquisition of these watches:
  • Timex The Waterbury
  • Orient Star RE-AV0002S
  • Graf Zeppelin LZ129
  • Alexander Shorokoff New 63
  • Seiko The Alpinist SARB017
  • Seiko Presage Shippo Enamel Dial SPB073J1
  • Seiko 5 SRPD81K1
  • Casio G Shock
  • Baume et Mercier Clifton Club 10378
  • Longines Master Moonphase L2.909.4
  • Omega Speedmaster Professional
  • Grand Seiko SBGA211 (Snowflake)
2019 has been a wild first year into the world of Horology. I’m excited for 2020!
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Dec 31, 2019
cja245
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Aug 26, 2019
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Been wearing the Sinn U1 and the Speedmaster the most lately as they are my newest, but quite a few new additions since I posted here last. Starting at top left. Oris 65, blue dial on blue / beige nato Sinn 103 St Sa Omega Speedmaster Professional Omega Planet Ocean Sinn U1-T SDR Marathon GSAR Second Row Gorilla Fastback RS-White Zodiac Super Seawolf '53 Seiko SKX007 Seiko SRPC93 "Save the ocean" Samurai on strapcode hexad bracelet Seiko SARB017 Alpinist Seiko SARB065 Cocktail time Third Row G-Shock GW-5000-1JF G-Shock GWB-5600-BL1 Lorier Neptune, Blue dial Maratac Mid Pilot Citizen Nighthawk G-Shock GWG-1000-1A3 Mudmaster G-Shock GA-100
Aug 26, 2019
TheWreckerGuy
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Jul 28, 2019
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Jul 28, 2019
TheWreckerGuy
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Aug 7, 2019
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The Save The Ocean turtle is easily one of my faves if for nothing more than its aesthetics. While I do like the first iteration of the Save The Ocean pieces (both the turtle and the samurai) with their blue to black gradient dials the wave pattern on this Great White Shark edition catches natural sunlight in a way its older cousins simply can't. And the silhouette of a shark's dorsal fin adjacent the 8 o'clock marker makes for a great conversation starter when people notice it. As to the durability of the bezel? I couldn't say, honestly. I am pretty conscious of how my watches get treated during various activities as to not damage them. I'm a rollback tow truck operator for a rather large tow & recovery company (an industry notoriously hard on watches) which is why I have pieces specifically designated to be beaters that it won't hurt my feelings overmuch if they get beat up so long as they continue to keep time properly. The Invicta Pro Diver was my beater because I caught it very cheap (<$50) but its 40mm case is a touch too small for my preferences which is why I ordered an SKX007j for a keeper and the SKX007k is to become my beater once its Japanese sibling arrives. That said, for the activities you have listed (hunting, fishing, boating) I don't see any of those being an issue for it.
Aug 7, 2019
AUTigerFan
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Aug 7, 2019
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Thanks for the thoughtful responses to my query and for your enthusiasm for the SRPD21 Turtle. I have added it to my wishlist! As for the SBDB011, the ever-rising price of the Rolex GMT Master II is forcing me to consider replacing the Rolex with the SBDB011 as my "watch for the rest of my life". Thanks for bringing it to my attention!
Aug 7, 2019
Waisen
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Jul 11, 2019
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Jul 11, 2019
GES11T
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Jul 23, 2019
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you like your monsters don't you? :-)
Jul 23, 2019
Aideym23
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Sep 17, 2019
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you have some lovely Seiko Monsters ? what are the two orange one's ? 781 or 309 & buy the looks of the hang tags have you even wore them ?
Sep 17, 2019
CJB007
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Jun 21, 2019
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6 Or 7 Of my Daily Use Watches..I had to take off the 007 as I was Wearing it.One of my Favorites is the(Lower Right) Seikosha Kamikaze Replica.I Can’t Even Imagine Owning an Original Kamikaze.THAT Is My “Grail Watch”.But going back to a previous “Only One” Or “Final” Watch.My Answer was the 007 on the”Bond” NATO!!
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Jun 21, 2019
TheWreckerGuy
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Jun 27, 2019
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Awesome piece, regardless of which colorway it is. Is your NATO a Barton, by chance? If so I have that exact strap on my own SKX. 👍
Jun 27, 2019
CJB007
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Jun 27, 2019
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No,it’s some Canadian Company I can’t Remember the Name....I’m Actually Out with my Suunto Core Right Now 😀
Jun 27, 2019
CJB007
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Jun 21, 2019
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Jun 21, 2019
Haskidoo
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Jun 20, 2019
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Not an expensive collection. To be honest i have just started on my journey of watch collecting. Left to right. Junckers Bauhuas 6050-2 Citizen eco drive x 2 Seiko 5 Rotary Some of these collections on here are amazing!! Looking forward to my collection getting bigger and better. Likes. Tudor black bay. Brietling super ocean Heritage. Seiko snow flake. And so many more that it gets hard to choose.
Jun 20, 2019
smjakober
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Jul 11, 2019
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It is a nice start, price doesn't matter. The only thing that matters is if you enjoy the pieces you own.
Jul 11, 2019
WinterLeo
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Jun 15, 2019
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Jun 15, 2019
bloomphoto
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Jun 9, 2019
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This is my current crop of watches. From top left: Glashutte Original Panomatic Lunar Heuer Monza Mido Multifort Adventure Chronograph Cartier Tank XL Automatic Triwa “Humanium” Automatic Zenith Vintage 1965 Tag Heuer Calibre S Link Seiko “Cocktail Time” SARB065 Omega Speedmaster Professional “Moonwatch” manuel wind Nomos Tangent 38
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Next box: Oris Rectangular Complication Cuervo y Sobrinos Robusto Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Franck Mueller 7000cc Brietling Navitimer Seiko SNE441 Men’s New Seiko SNE441 Men’s PROSPEX Solar Dive
Tag Heuer Formula One Casio G-Shock G-STEEL GST-B100D-1AJF Hamilton Ventura Quartz Tudor Black Bay
Jun 9, 2019
smjakober
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Jul 11, 2019
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What box is this?
Jul 11, 2019
bloomphoto
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Jul 11, 2019
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It is a Wolf Heritage I believe.
Jul 11, 2019
rosemartyr
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Jun 6, 2019
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Dive in !!!!
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Jun 6, 2019
GES11T
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Jun 13, 2019
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I'm taking a liking to the baby MM. Why do you wear the baby MM more than the MM? I'm guessing the size and thickness?
Jun 13, 2019
Aideym23
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Sep 17, 2019
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two lovely watches my friend i have the MM019 & i'm looking to add the spb077 as a daily wear one the MM gets worn on special occasions i'm a bit of a Seiko nut / fan boy the SLA019J1 being my most expensive one down to my Seiko 5 knock about one for £89.00 ( SNK615K1 ) i got in a jewellers sale.
Sep 17, 2019
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