Finally my Speedy Teutonic is back from a long spa in Switzerland!

Jun 13, 2018,09:48 AM

Just collected my Speedy Teutonic from complete service from my local Swatch service centre after nearly 4 months. The initial plan was to sell it and use the money to fund for another more “normal” chronograph. But after wearing it for awhile, I start to have second thought about selling it. Honestly I still find it quite unique and attractive. And although its 44mm, it somehow wears quite comfortably and sits low on the wrist.

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Don’t sell that it’s beautiful …

 By: Cpt Scarlet : June 13th, 2018-09:51
or if you do at least give me first refusal.

Haha sure bro! [nt]

 By: singingbee : June 13th, 2018-18:33

Very cool and collectible

 By: ChristianDK : June 13th, 2018-09:57
I understand your thoughts. I also have a couple of pieces that are not necessarily the most beautiful but are very interesting and strong designs. I also consider letting those go but keep having hesitations about selling.

I was actually thinking of selling this to fund the 50th anniversary Speedmaster with enamel dial and co-axial manual winding movement.

 By: singingbee : June 13th, 2018-18:35
But still considering because this piece is really quite unique and striking.

Yes in terms of aesthetics, definitely more striking and unique when compared to the usual Speedmasters.

 By: singingbee : June 13th, 2018-18:37
But I wish it could be a tad smaller. Then it will be perfect.