I like steel watches with dark dials and strong bracelets.
In the back is a bulova accutron tahoe. My wife got it for me in 2005 I think. Its a little small for my current taste but I wear it to business functions when i want to be inconspicuous.
The nixon is a 42-20 chrono. Its my daily. Also a gift from the wife. Can't kill these beasts.
The Ball I just got and its a gift to myself. Another hunk of steel built to last.
Last edited by MAC; 11-25-2011 at 07:44 AM.
Females who don't give head end up as crazy cat ladies.
Currently, I've got a 1972 GMT Master Ref. 1675, a 1985 Tudor Sub ref. 76100 and a 1995 Tudor Mini-Sub ref. 73090. All others have been sold. Here's some shots.
Left to right:
- 1998 Tudor Tiger Ref. 79280
- 1961 Uber-rare Rolex GMT Master Ref. 1675 Non-chapter underline dial w/ chisel-tip crown guards
- 1995 Tudor Mini-Sub ref. 73090
- 1972 Tudor Submariner 'Snowflake' Ref. 9411/0
- 1985 Tudor Submariner ref. 76100
1972 Tudor 'Snowflake' Submariner ref. 9411/0
1987 Tudor 'Lolipop' Submariner ref. 76100 (lolipop refers to the lack of crosshairs on hour hand)
1998 Tudor Tiger ref. 79280
1995 Tudor Mini-Sub ref. 73090
My 1972 GMT Master ref. 1675 left. My friend's 1975 Red Submariner ref. 1680
Left to right: Ref. 76100 / Ref. 76100 'lolipop' / Ref. 9410/0 'Snowflake'
1961 GMT Master ref. 1675 non-chapter underline dial with chiseled crown guards.
Last edited by mikegilbert; 12-17-2011 at 01:07 AM.
I'm not up to the level of anyone else here, but I just started my collection about a year and half ago. Listed in the order of how much I enjoy them.
-2004 Tutima Ltd. Ed. "Princeton Watches" Pacific Automatic Chronograph no.40 of 50 produced
-Chase-Durer Special Forces 1000 Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)
-Bulova Exhibition Dial dress watch
-Citizen Eco-Drive Nighthawk
-Invicta Pro Diver Sport Automatic 6058
-Vintage Seiko 5 Automatic "hexagon"
-Emporio Armani dress watch
-Citizen Eco-Drive dress watch