What Watch Are You Wearing Today?

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Another nifty Vostok. Great bezel....where did you get it? With so many fine watches do you have a favorite?
Thanks! The bezel is Meranom's blue universal bezel. Nice and affordable!

I caught the Russian bug some months ago and I can't stop... lol! It's hard to say which one is my favourite... but this one would be among the chosen few. Also, of course, the Baikal!

Do you have a favourite? Please show us your fine pieces!
 
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Thanks! The bezel is Meranom's blue universal bezel. Nice and affordable!

I caught the Russian bug some months ago and I can't stop... lol! It's hard to say which one is my favourite... but this one would be among the chosen few. Also, of course, the Baikal!

Do you have a favourite? Please show us your fine pieces!
You certainly have a collection of great watches and it's easy to see how you can become addicted to collecting Russian ones. They are a rugged, dive watch that are affordable and can be modified at reasonable prices. What's not to like?

My vast collection consists of a 2 watches, a Vostok 710 Scuba Dude and an old manual wind Komandirskie paratrooper. I recently bought a cheap repair kit and pretend to be a watch technician. After many unsuccessful attempts at regulating them they are now as accurate as my old Rolex Sea-Dweller and an even older Omega Constellation, both chronometers. Not bad for really bargain price watches. As far as showing these beauties, I am not smart enough to figure out how to post pictures on the forum. My one feeble attempt resulted in a laughable tiny jpg.
 
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You certainly have a collection of great watches and it's easy to see how you can become addicted to collecting Russian ones. They are a rugged, dive watch that are affordable and can be modified at reasonable prices. What's not to like?

My vast collection consists of a 2 watches, a Vostok 710 Scuba Dude and an old manual wind Komandirskie paratrooper. I recently bought a cheap repair kit and pretend to be a watch technician. After many unsuccessful attempts at regulating them they are now as accurate as my old Rolex Sea-Dweller and an even older Omega Constellation, both chronometers. Not bad for really bargain price watches. As far as showing these beauties, I am not smart enough to figure out how to post pictures on the forum. My one feeble attempt resulted in a laughable tiny jpg.

Thank you, sir.

Your prudence with pics honours you... but you remind me of.. myself! Nice two Russian you have, not to mention the two Swiss ones... I tend to prefer the older versions, yes...

I agree with you on the Russian appeal... It's affordable and a lot of fun. I still have to try to regulate one of them.. For now, I've got a Jaxa tool... lol
 
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