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Thread: Show me cool watches with Miyota 9015

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post
    Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronos View Post
    Thanks.


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    Just so you know, that's Walter's watch. He made it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnuyork View Post
    Just so you know, that's Walter's watch. He made it.
    Ha, that escaped my memory, thanks for pointing out. I can't even remember if I registered the 'plug' when Walter posted it!
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    I want to make a watch...it would probably look exactly like this


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    And actually one like the SAKX 009 but with a 40mm case and a hand winding/hackable movement. 20mm strap width. If I could have a 40mm SKX with a quality movement, I'd never want a Rolex Sub. Well that's a lie, but still.

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    ^^^
    Funny you mention this, I was looking at SKX alternatives the other day: something of a similar form factor, so distinctly different from the Sub and its clones and derivatives, 39-40mm in size, and with less diversy / more subtle markers, perhaps batons or even numerals, like in Marathon GSAR/TSAR.
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    Not sure if it's "cool" but I currently have only one watch with the 9015.
    Oh, I think it's a mm too big.
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Had this for a good 8 years or so. Never been serviced yet and still super accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnuyork View Post
    I want to make a watch...it would probably look exactly like this
    Make it a hand-wind with running seconds, and I'm in.
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

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