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    Your smallest and your biggest - let's see them

    I thought I'd wear something from my collection that I haven't worn for ages so today I took off my Deep Blue (44mm) and put on my little Olma (34mm).

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    (Please forgive the rubbish photo - I haven't got the hang of wrist shots at all!)

    Post a photo of your biggest and smallest

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    Dunhill Centenary vs Seiko Turtle


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    Re: Your smallest and your biggest - let's see them

    My smallest that I don’t wear: Universal Genève from the middle 60’s.



    It’s too small to wear, but the movement is lovely:



    I bought it new-old-stock for its original $95 retail price.

    Here’s are a few of smallest vintage watches I will wear (all around 34mm):



    This one is 35mm, also a vintage:



    Here’s one made in the 90’s that is 35mm:



    This is my smallest chronograph, a re-edition if the 1963 Heuer Carrera, made in the 90’s. It’s 36mm:



    This is my biggest watch, at 48mm:



    From a proper distance, it’s not large on my wrist:



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    Zenith: Captain Chronograph 03.2110.400*; Cartier: Santos 100 XL Concord: Mariner, C1 Big-Date, C1 v.2 Chronograph; Ebel: Chronosport 1134901, Tekton 9137L83*, Type E 9137C41* (*=COSC)
    Ebel: 1911 BTR 9137L73* and 9139L71*, 1911 1120L41*, 1911 Senior 9080241, Brasilias 9120M41 (2), Aquatica 500 9120K61, Classic Hexagon GMT 9301F61, Classic 100 LE 9120R41; Baume & Mercier: Capeland World-Timer
    Heuer: Carrera 1964 Re-Edition CS3110; Maurice Lacroix: Masterpiece MP6439; "Seagull": 1963 Reissue cal. ST19; Seiko: Black Monster SRP307; Poljot: Sturmanskie cal. 3133; Tissot: T-Touch Lew and Huey: Acciona
    Vintage: JLC: ref. 2953, ca. 1946; Longines: Flagship cal 285; Zodiac: SST cal. 86, Aerospace GMT cal. 72; Favre-Leuba: cal. 253; Tianjin: Dong Feng cal. ST5; Elgin: Gr. 152 (1898), Gr. 384 (1919); Ebel: ca. 1962 ref. 9214955
    WUS: ST5 Project Watches (Black and Blue), F72.2014.DG3804 (Gray and Cream); Swatch: Sistem 51 Blue; TNT: Rattrapante cal. Rochat 7750+RAT-1

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    That Heuer Carrera and little Concord are beautiful.
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    47 and possibly 35/36mm (?)

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    Smallest- Seamaster Deville 34 mm, largest Zodiac 53 skin- 40 mm
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    The Beauty and the Beast, would've been a good title for this thread.

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    Tuna looks hungry for some oysters!

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    Re: Your smallest and your biggest - let's see them

    Not very exciting as my current lineup goes from 38-38mm. In the past I've owned from 33-42mm, but I've found my sweet spot.

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    Re: Your smallest and your biggest - let's see them

    I take that back, I very briefly had a 47mm Shinola and a 47mm SevenFriday, both from a trades.

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    Not very exciting as my current lineup goes from 38-38mm. In the past I've owned from 33-42mm, but I've found my sweet spot.

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