Anyone still wearing 33mm watches out there?

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-09:39
I m just wondering if Anyone still wearing 33-35mm vintage watches on everyday basis?

These days I find smaller than 38mm a true pleasure.

Gorgeous! Yes I do!

 By: amanico : August 3rd, 2021-09:45

Here are my 32 and 33 mm watches. I also have 35 mm watches.

wow, wonderful collection You have there

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-17:50
I m so glad knowing there are many vintage dial size fans out there.

And I didn't even post some 35 mm...

 By: amanico : August 4th, 2021-05:13

Jager !!!!!!

 By: TUL : August 6th, 2021-16:58
one of the very nice alarm sounding watches!!!

What's that second watch that you have there amanico?

 By: kkfong : August 8th, 2021-16:51
Really like it myself, and want to learn more about it

Lecoultre Mark VII Weems. For the US and British pilots. 2d WW.

 By: amanico : August 9th, 2021-05:43

Thank you for the information amanico!

 By: kkfong : August 10th, 2021-01:22

Oh yes, all the time…

 By: W72 : August 3rd, 2021-09:59
Probably the only size that make sense on my wrist nowadays…


very nice one You have on.

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-17:52
I like this universal with the design of that era, very timeless.


 By: amanico : August 4th, 2021-05:13

not on a daily basis

 By: VinnieD : August 3rd, 2021-10:38
But these are part of my regular rotation
Real men don't need to wear 44mm watches ;-)

I own the J version of this one (archive pic). PP Ref 2573

very true that!

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-17:55
I like that statement very much, Real men do not need to wear 44mm watches! . My regular rotation consist of a range of 33mm- 40mm watches only.

Great motto and lovely watches you have here.

 By: amanico : August 6th, 2021-05:34

Yes I sure do ! To be honest while once started my collection I was more into larger watches, I am now more into vintages and I got used to smaller diameters that seemed to me unwearable in the past !

 By: montres1 : August 3rd, 2021-10:42
A few examples:

IWC Cal. 88 (50’s - 33mm)

GP Gyromatic 33mm

Corona Diver’s 35mm

Zenith Stellina (34mm)

A very cool collection You have there!

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-17:58
I couldnt take my eyes off Your zenith, so do the gyromatic GP! .... Totally feel You, how I also started off with gigantic dial watches ...and now I am into thinner, smaller dial watches all the way.

Hmmm, beautiful GP you have here!

 By: amanico : August 4th, 2021-05:14

You have very nice watches.

 By: IWC3751 : August 3rd, 2021-11:21
Oversize today for me: 36mm ;-)

Very nice, I would not mind going oversize in this case !!! :D

 By: montres1 : August 3rd, 2021-11:38

Very nice watches. That's my preferred size range also.

 By: mkvc : August 3rd, 2021-16:28
Although I think I need dispensation to go up to 36mm, as some of my favorite watches are that size.

Stunning! and very unique timepiece there!

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-18:00
In my opinion , I think this is just a perfect size, a jack of all trade.

Overnice! ;)

 By: amanico : August 4th, 2021-05:15


 By: xxn : August 3rd, 2021-12:06
none of these images would imply under sized. ALL of them look PERFECTLY fitting👌🏻


 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-18:00

Yes...i wear these quite often...:)

 By: S F : August 3rd, 2021-14:02

wonderful collection!

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-18:03
I have my personal touches with the Omegas too. I grew up seeing my Uncles with thier omegas most of the time, saw several vintage models on them.

My smallest watch is 34 mm Tudor advisor.

 By: hoseachandra : August 3rd, 2021-14:17
A pleasure to wear. Since last few years, my taste is gravitating to smaller size, 34- 38 mm.

The Alarm function just made me fell for it everytime

 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-18:05
as You can see, my Girard is with Alarm too.
speaking of Alarm function , the Vulcan and Jager seem to lead the industry.

A pure candy, this Advisor.

 By: amanico : August 6th, 2021-05:35

Thanks Nico. I still don't have the memovox with a school bell day..

 By: hoseachandra : August 6th, 2021-11:33
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