We are the caretakers of mechanical art.
Member NAWCC, National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors
1. Motorcycles (well... one motorcycle, lots of stuff for it)
2. Tinkering (I'll just buy this old pen plotter and try to convert it to a vinyl cutter)
3. Tools (which applies directly to the previous two)
-Mechanical gadgets ie automatic knifes, hand guns, and now watches, just convinced myself I have to have a PVD dive watch now.
-Bikes, Motorcycles (Ducati, and now an old Honda that will be a cafe bike) Fixed gear bikes.
-Home theater, Plasmas, front projector, Denon AVR, Klipsch speakers....yikes
-Lastly old vintage books, specially from the beat era.
Yikes, I make myself poor.
Ball Hydrocarbon GMT I, Citizen Navihawk, Casio PAW1300-3V, IWC Aquatimer Chronograph, Rolex GMT-Master II, O&W ID3066, Seiko AGS Flightmaster, Baume & Mercier World Timer, Zenith Stratos Striking Tenth Felix Baumgartner
Having read through all the posts in this thread, I'm really surprised that no-one mentioned cameras or photography. In my experience, watches and cameras seem to appeal to the same kind of mind. At least, that seems to be true in the limited sample of watch enthusiasts that I know.
They tend all to be accuracy freaks, like me, so maybe I should have said high accuracy watches and cameras seem to appeal to the same kinds of minds.
I've just bought a camera that can take 40 frames a second or movies at 1000 frames a second, and I'm looking desperately for things that move fast enough to test my new toy!
2) Audio Equipment
3) Vintage Landcruisers....FJ40, FJ60s and the like...
Researching Divers and Vintage Divers....If anyone has any suggestions, please PM me. Thanks....
My bad hobbies
Aircraft (also my profession)
old saying, if it float, flies, or fks rent it lol
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