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    Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    All of us know the usual heavyweights from each brand. But these heavyweights have brothers, sisters and cousins in the company portfolio that are good as well.
    Please post a picture of another watch from a brand that isn't as popular as a famous sibling.

    For me, the Omega Speedmaster Mark II is just amazing.
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    A modern take on a vintage titan done right. I feel this watch will be talked about more and more in the coming years.

    What about you guys?
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    There's always room on top.

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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    i know it's off topic, but we should have a Database of watches that are out there... without deleting the old models. the reason why we keep seeing the 007/submariner/speedmaster is because every time someone asks for suggestions all the noobs jump in and mention those three... i mean, wristwatch annual is like 400 pages thick and it has about 6 watches per page.
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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by thumos View Post
    All of us know the usual heavyweights from each brand. But these heavyweights have brothers, sisters and cousins in the company portfolio that are good as well.
    Please post a picture of another watch from a brand that isn't as popular as a famous sibling.

    For me, the Omega Speedmaster Mark II is just amazing.
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    A modern take on a vintage titan done right. I feel this watch will be talked about more and more in the coming years.

    What about you guys?
    OK, I will post mine ;)

    (Just FYI, it looks much better than pics can show)

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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    Is it top-heavy or does it hug the wrist rather well?
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    OK, I will post mine ;)

    (Just FYI, it looks much better than pics can show)

    There's always room on top.

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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by thumos View Post
    Is it top-heavy or does it hug the wrist rather well?
    It's a bit thick but the lug to lug (tall) distance is really great and it has the new micro adjustable clasp, so you can find a perfect fit without too much effort. I'm very pleased with the way it wears. I wasn't expecting this comfort level based on the pics I saw but then I just tried one at an AD....
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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis1 View Post
    i know it's off topic, but we should have a Database of watches that are out there... without deleting the old models. the reason why we keep seeing the 007/submariner/speedmaster is because every time someone asks for suggestions all the noobs jump in and mention those three... i mean, wristwatch annual is like 400 pages thick and it has about 6 watches per page.
    To be honest, everything has been off-topic in this thread so far...
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    ETERNA...They are the creator of ETA, but they are very rare here in U.S.
    Any watches posted may be seen as gifts,borrowed or found property and not as personal property of Little Big Feather.

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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    The JLC Ultra-thin Reverso Duoface. Released @ SIHH 2013 along with the 'bleu' version. I've seen several of the bleu here & on other forums however I think I've only seen one of these:

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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    You tend to see most of Nomos's offering but the Zurich Weltzeit is seen rarely. I have made it my mission to post is as frequently as possible .But in the last few months since I became active on WUS I seem to be the only one doing so (on the public forum at least).

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    The Black Bay and to a lesser extent the Pelagos gets a lot of play on the forum too. But would like to see more of the Heritage Chrono Blue. I guess its fairly new though.

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    Re: Watch You Wish You Saw More of on Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by tempocalypse View Post
    The Black Bay and to a lesser extent the Pelagos gets a lot of play on the forum too. But would like to see more of the Heritage Chrono Blue. I guess its fairly new though.

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    The Pelagos looks way better in your picture than in the regular press shots I see of the watch. That could be a reason for it not getting much play.
    There's always room on top.

    My Collection: JLC Reverso Squadra Hometime, Oris BC4 Retrograde Day, Mr Jones Watch The Last Laugh, Louis Erard 1931 Retrograde

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