WS for Friday 11th is Open Now! Theme is: "A Place for the Humble" ...
... Hello my dear watch loving friends!
I will have the big pleasure of being your Host this week end.
As I announced last Wednesday I´m inviting all our members to participate sharing with us their "humble" pieces.
We know that many wonderful high end watches -both modern made or vintage- reside in our members collections, but I´m sure that most of us have a place within our watch boxes for some humble pieces in the opposite side of the price scale of our main watch collection which still have a significance or make us smile when wearing and viewing them in our wrists.
I have learned that there is no need to spend big money to enjoy a charming and enjoyable watch and this is the challenge this week end: share with us those watches and tell a bit about it, how it reached your watch box or why you have so much joy wearing it.
As usual we will have three categories which will be judged on Sunday: Best Watch of the week, Best wrist scan shot, and Best Static shot. Members can participate in any or all categories.
I´m posting a few of my own Humble Watches below.
Have a nice and safe week end friends and I wish you will enjoy this WS edition so much!!
Best cordial regards,
My Squeleton Fossil automatic was a present from a dear family member. It also serves me well each time my little grandchildren ask me how my watches work.
Two Swiss Army watches have been giving me faithful services for more than twenty years specially when my work duties take me to some unsafe neighborhoods where a pricey watch is an absolute insane decision.
My 1960’s Tressa dive watch was found at such a low price which I could not resist bringing home this charming little watch
My 1963 Chinese Air Force Sea Gull chrono:
I find this watch so charming!
This Vostok Russian diver was a present of a good friend from Spain and it reminds me about him every time I wear or view it!
A place for them in my watch box: