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Horological Meandering: Great looking watch

Colorful and lots of fun. Yet still understated as vintage watches often are.
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By: JohnFM
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Horological Meandering: Great thread -- thanks for taking the time!

Would love to see more like this. Very interesting to see what watches people wore when a watch was (literally) essential to daily life. My father was born in 1910. He was 45 when I was born so I only remember the watches he wore when he was middle aged or older. There were only two -- first a Tudor
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: Sergio will want to know where the '9' is

... and I agree with him. In advance ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Omega: Great shot!

As much as I like that 1680 Red, I have to say this Seamaster is special -- beautiful design.
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: Such simple beauty, and unique

Nice that you can look back with fond memories. I appreciate not only its good looks, but its comfort, versatility, and trim case.
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By: JohnFM
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Horological Meandering: Hand-wound

Something satisfying about it. That said, automatic is nice in the sense that you have to actively move with the watch on, which can increase the bonding experience ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Rolex: Very nice -- my favorite Tudor

Except my Dad's from the late 1950s, which I lost 20 years ago ...
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By: JohnFM
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Photography: Early morning light is so beautiful

If only I got up that early 😉
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: It is a beauty

... but Jocke’s photos could make a Timex look like a Patek. Well, almost 😉
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By: JohnFM
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