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    KEĜJNF Spooky's Avatar
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    Your entire collection in one picture:

    20140926_184013.jpg

    There it is. Mostly Fossil at the moment. The blue faced Fossil behind the Bulova is my very first watch, procured in middle school. Gained an interest and stuck with what I knew, so fossil it was. Over 2015 I have some very serious expansion plans. Starting I think with a Tissot Seastar. And ending up with hopefully a Breitling (Or a UTS, I do love divers anymore)
    Edit: I know many of you will put me to shame, but it's still fun.

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    Can't do it.
    Some electrons are definitely gonna get hurt.
    And I don't wanna do that.

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    What is the one on the left side, blue with Explorer 1 type face?
    MB2, SOH, Aquascope, Tangente, MM300, Blackbay, North Flag, Officer, Visitor.

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    I like it! Everything is on a bracelet though, time to get a dresswatch

    As for me, I don't have a Fish-eye lens, so I won't put my entire collection in a single shot

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    If you think we all have better and more watches, you're probably wrong. My top of the line is a Breitling Emergency and my bottom is a $5 watch my daughter bought (It's my most cherished watch). And everything in between. Most of my watches are sub $300
    Last edited by Broker; Nov 21, 2014 at 05:24 PM.

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    Is there a particular style of Breitling that you like? You may be able to find some excellent watches of similar style elsewhere, at a much more reasonable price point.

    Consider this (now discontinued) Orient that's similar to the Breitling Aerospace:


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    It seems to me that Japanese companies are particularly good at discontinuing their best looking models.
    Sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronopolitano View Post
    It seems to me that Japanese companies are particularly good at discontinuing their best looking models.
    Sigh.
    Indeed. I can think of at least three examples off the top of my head.

    Seiko Spark, Citizen Wingman, and the Orient pictured above.

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    Just about got them all in one shot:
    SOTC1 copy.jpg


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    I took this and then realised that there's at least 10 missing...

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