Here's mine non-Makos
ragamuffin, please please tell me the model number of that Orient with the green second hand and power meter! That thing is amazing!! I must have one!!!
I'm quite impressed
I'm relatively new to the brand and waiting for
my first orient to arrive (A king diver)
Didn't know that the brand carries such diverse
designs. I like it.
By the way, its OT but I have a question for Kew,
where in Oz do you have your Orients serviced,
and in the case of vintage ones, restored.
I'm the kind of guy who appreciates fine body work regardless of the make
Great collection but I have already said that before. I have never seen a photo on how do you store your collection. Will you?
Come on Nathan! take a picture of your spare room full of watches for us!
I just got this in the mail yesterday, pretty nice toy, now I understand what all the fuss is about!
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Small and manageable is mine
I think a nice watch box looks great but there reaches a point where they take up too much room. I purchased some of these Fischer 12 slot utility boxes from the hardware store. They are strong with a good fitting lid. I also bought some foam rubber and ziploc bags to store the watches in. I also covered the inside of the lid and base with felt so the plastic does not come in contact with the watch. Works well for me. Strong and compact.
For holding the older watches on straps, I found these padded cases on eBay that work well too. The slots are fairly narrow so they are only suitable for the older watches that are not so large.
Last edited by kew; April 11th, 2010 at 04:02.
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