What Watch Are You Wearing Today?

jimmyc

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Timex expedition, cos I'm poor :) only kidding, my first watch since high school 40 years ago as watches gave me a itchy rash in the past. So I got this brass cased watch nearly 3 years ago, I feel lost without it on my wrist now.
It's been battered, banged, dropped and worn in the shower loads of times.
The date dial stopped working a few months ago so I just set it to 15 to match the nato time ring.
Have not replaced the battery yet, not bad for 30 quid.

Edit: don't know what happened with the picture, I rotated it before posting.
 
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Tudor watches seem to have come out of the shadow of Rolex largely due to the Black Bay models which are great value considering you get a Swiss certified chronometer movement rather than some bought in chronograph internals.

Here's an elderly JLC Master Compressor one of the first watches to use ceramic components. I dont usually hang on to world timers but I like its quirky design.

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