Last edited by yankeexpress; June 1st, 2015 at 06:57.
No, sir. No date.
Current state of play on the no date front. :)
Sent from my iPhone because I'm fancy.
Just went through the whole thread and saw two watches I didn't know.
Many beautiful pieces here.
VERY regretfully all my watches have a date window, which, frankly, I don't understand, because I've never liked having to adjust the date every two months. Even when I was "younger" (for it seems that age plays some kind of role in this subject) it was a nuisance, to the point that I just stopped doing it and never use the date feature on my watches. My job requires that I know the date every day, so I don't really have to look at it on my watch. I guess I've been lucky and my watches have been accurate enough so that I don't have to unscrew the crown often.
My first no-date watch will be either a Vostok Amphibia or Black Bay look-alike. I've been gathering the parts and (hopefully sooner than later) I'll start working on them. Just don't know which will be my first born.
Last edited by mxm; July 24th, 2015 at 08:04.
No Date watches are the only way to go!
IWC Portugieser Chronograph Automatic (3714-46)
Rolex Submariner 114060 (No Date)
Rolex Explorer 214270 (39mm)
Tudor Heritage Black Bay (Blue)
Tudor Heritage Black Bay 36
MontBlanc 1858 Small Second Limited Edition
MontBlanc Heritage Chronometrie Ultra Slim
Apple Watch Series 2 Nike+
Casio G-Shock Rangeman GW-9400-1
Casio G-Shock GA-700
Casio G-Shock DW-5600E
And others (not really worth mentioning)
LUM-TEC B28/Helberg CH8/Seiko SBBN035/Citizen NY0054/MkII Hawkinge
Three or two hands... doesn´t matter!
Rolex 5513 Submariner.
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