I've got a Colt that I nearly never wear, thinking about getting it back out as a "beater" as well.
Can't take it off.
i used a chrono colt for 5 years as everyday watch no fuss newer failed fixing my house or swimming, but now days i have to admire that i use a 1972 Rolex 1675 as a everyday watch as i can easy fix my crystal from ding and scratches with polywatch and the watch easy can stand it
the Breitling crystal is defiantly due to change when the watch get its tlc in service department ;)
if you care of your watches as a collector item then a big NO use a Seiko or similar
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Navitimer 806 -64 gold plated
Navitimer 806 -69
Navitimer 806 -66
Navitimer 1806 gold
Crosswind special blue dial -02
Crosswind special black dial-04
Crosswind special grey dial -04
Rolex 1675 -72
Breitling Navitimer 806 -66
Breitling Crosswind special grey dial -04
Breitling Crosswind special black dial-04
Breitling Blackbird -08
seiko 6105-8119 -73
seiko 6309-7040 -83
poljot manual alarm late model
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The Colt is a great watch. My first swiss watch was a Colt auto A17380. I've always thought it was one of the most underrated in Breitlings collection. Manageable case size at 41.5mm, fully polished, and just as much attention to detail as you'd find in a Chronomat.
What's people's thoughts on the Colt versus the Airwolf?
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