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Seiko: This one is a forum favourite

Good choice
6d
By: VinnieD
1

F.P. Journe: I wonder how much they will dare to charge for such simple straps

Nice looking but from looking at the pictures, the 'tannage' does not seem above par I like the vegetable tanning, very supple straps Cordovan is even better but colours are limited
6d
By: VinnieD
0

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Is this a vintage one?

It looks pristine
7d
By: VinnieD
2

Horological Meandering: mmh somehow I wish James Bond was still driving a Lotus instead of an Aston Martin

Maybe he will get back to his 70s tastes at some point
7d
By: VinnieD
1

Horological Meandering: This is just a car accessory...

if you own a Miura
7d
By: VinnieD
2

Patek Philippe: The case and dial are just about perfect on this reference

But it is ok to let it go... as the movement is a little underwhelming Then again the case back is solid
8d
By: VinnieD
1

Patek Philippe: This one gets my vote

Clean and relatively innovative design I was lucky enough to try one in the UK this summer and it was definitely a winner
8d
By: VinnieD
1

Horological Meandering: This is the most artistic piece I can think of

Now kudos to anyone who wears a crash as a daily watch. More likely number 10 or more in a collection but definitely a great choice
9d
By: VinnieD
1

Seiko: try a natural cordovan

that is if you can find one in 19mm Otherwise, a light grey/beige nubuck works - there are a few pics of this model on Instagram Not an easy model for straps... there is a Seiko bracelet that works very well with a vintage look
10d
By: VinnieD
0

A. Lange & Söhne: You have done well

Nice size and this is the only coloured gold + dark dial watch that I like And I really like it - superb
13d
By: VinnieD
0