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    Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    This is my shortlist of four watches.

    My requirements for a new piece is that it has to be a brand I don't already own and has to be moderately sized to fit my small wrists.

    All four of the watches mention in my title are made by brands I 100 per cent intend to own a piece by at some point in the future.

    I don't own a watch in my collection that cost more then £400 so this is a step up for me.

    Please help me decide - thanks!
    • Tissot Visodate
    • Hamilton Khaki Field
    • Seiko SKX009J
    • Seiko SNZH53 Fifty Five Fathoms
    • Seagull 1963
    • Timex Marlin 2017
    • Vostok Amphibia Zissou
    • Casio A500WA-1D
    • Casio 53W-1
    • Casio F-91W
    • Swatch SUOW100

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    Re: Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    What do you own now? And what type of collection are you looking to build?

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    Re: Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    Not sure if this helps but I have one of those. Works nicely in a business setting. Currently with the CW voucher the price is not bad. I much prefer the white dial. The dark dial was tough to read for me.
    This is one of two CW new watches that don't irritate me with the 9 PM logo placement.


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    Re: Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    Pics please! Having said that, I'm a huge Max Bill fan.
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    Currently own:
    Tissot Visodate
    Hamilton Khaki Field
    Seiko Fifty Five Fathoms mod
    Seagull 1963
    Timex Marlin 2017
    Vostok Amphibia Zissou
    Casio FW91
    • Tissot Visodate
    • Hamilton Khaki Field
    • Seiko SKX009J
    • Seiko SNZH53 Fifty Five Fathoms
    • Seagull 1963
    • Timex Marlin 2017
    • Vostok Amphibia Zissou
    • Casio A500WA-1D
    • Casio 53W-1
    • Casio F-91W
    • Swatch SUOW100

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    Re: Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmcd86 View Post
    Currently own:
    Tissot Visodate
    Hamilton Khaki Field
    Seiko Fifty Five Fathoms mod
    Seagull 1963
    Timex Marlin 2017
    Vostok Amphibia Zissou
    Casio FW91
    I like the C. Ward Malvern but it seems a too close in style/purpose to your Visodate. If you go with the C. Ward, I guess you'd be better off getting a different color.
    I'm actually considering either a visodate or a C5 Malvern.

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    If I go with the Malvern it’ll be the blue version.
    • Tissot Visodate
    • Hamilton Khaki Field
    • Seiko SKX009J
    • Seiko SNZH53 Fifty Five Fathoms
    • Seagull 1963
    • Timex Marlin 2017
    • Vostok Amphibia Zissou
    • Casio A500WA-1D
    • Casio 53W-1
    • Casio F-91W
    • Swatch SUOW100

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    Re: Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    It's not going to surprise anyone that I'm going to recommend either the Glycine or Longines. The F104 is a no-nonsense masculine watch and the Longines is a solid classic. Can't go wrong with any of your options, though.

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    Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    Sorry, double post
    Last edited by JonS1967; February 8th, 2018 at 05:29.

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    Re: Junghans Max Bill vs Longines Hydroconquest vs Christopher Ward C5 Malvern MkIII vs Glycine F104

    Pictures of the specific models would be a great help. For example, there are numerous Max Bill versions. And I’m not very familiar with some of the other a. I do love my Max Bill for what it’s worth.


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