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    Mostly variations of a dark dial + Arabic markers. The Zenith will probably move on soon, I'll keep the SMP as the odd man with a light dial/round+stick markers in a sea of black/arabic dials.

    Omega Stormtrooper 42mm, Glycine Combat 7 Vintage 41mm, Glashutte Original Senator Excellence 40mm, JLC Polaris 41mm, IWC Mark XVII 41mm, Christopher Ward Sandhurst 38mm, Vostok Classica 39mm, Zenith Espada 40mm.


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    ^ That JLC

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    Top row for occasional use:
    - Zenith Finlandia, wedding present from wife
    - Nomos Orion, my oldest "serious mechanical watch"
    - Citizen Promaster, 30th birthday present to myself
    - Seiko Turtle Blue Lagoon, souvenir from Singapore
    - Sinn UX, grab'n'go beater

    Bottom row usual rotation:
    - Zenith EP, 40th birthday present to myself, for smart casual occasions
    - Omega Speedmaster, 50th birthday present to myself, weekly office watch
    - Rolex Submariner, graduation gift to myself when getting my second degree at 48 years, weekend watch
    - Doxa Sub 300, just for fun summer watch
    - Suunto Spartan, to track my activities



    A bit diver heavy...
    Last edited by Fantasio; Oct 14, 2021 at 04:05 PM.
    Cheers, M

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    Went with the Wayne approach to my pic

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    State of the main collection


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    Nomos Metro - Glashütte Original Senator - Seiko SRP777
    CWC RN 300 - MkII Hawkinge - CWC Mellor-72

    Not pictured - RADO Golden Horse 1957, which is up for sale, and Seiko Alpinist which will be up for sale when I get round to it.

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    State of the motley collection


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    Franken Mission Timer - Vintage Memovox - Citizen GMT
    G-Shock DW-5600E - IWL Project Watch


    I would pass on the IWL watch if anyone really wanted it.

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    How can you call that JLC motley?

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    Some great collections here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    How can you call that JLC motley?

    A motley collection is not a collection of motleys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    A motley collection is not a collection of motleys.
    But an ambiguous title, you must admit.


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