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Independents: Absolutely love it

One day I will have the money for one of these 🤞
6d
By: mhz vph
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Horological Meandering: Gshock is always the answer

If you want something that you truly intend to use, the good ol’ DW5600 is the way to go. Tough as nails, and not a massive loss if something manages to kill it.
7d
By: mhz vph
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Automotive: Beautiful collection!

I wish French marques were more readily available here in the states.
8d
By: mhz vph
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Patek Philippe: Movement finishing on the credor is far more impressive

But at the end of the day it's about what you prefer.
8d
By: mhz vph
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IWC: From photos alone

I’m not sure I’m a fan. The protruding links aren’t it for me visually, and I can imagine them getting caught/scratched on stuff moreso than a more uniform design.
10d
By: mhz vph
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Horological Meandering: Very interesting stuff

Love the size and dial texture. Movement is neat too, I'd be very curious to see how it performs. My only gripe is the seconds subdial, I think the overall look would be much less crowded without it. Nevertheless, assuming the quality of finish matches other good options in the price range, this is
15d
By: mhz vph
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Independents: I believe it can only be found in one Sinn watch

Their 6200 'Meisterbund' www.sinn.de
18d
By: mhz vph
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Photography: Straight out of Nat Geo

very nice shots
22d
By: mhz vph
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Horological Meandering: Another excellent choice!

For me, a good travel watch should be light, tough, and expendable. Not that we want to throw away watches, but you never know what will happen during your travels... always better to be safe
27d
By: mhz vph
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