I got my 36mm Raily back in 2012 and it will be a keeper. The simplicity of the dial layout, and its clarity, the more-than-needed 150m water-resistance, the great size for my school-girly 6.5 inch wrist
Link to the review that I wrote on this watch;
The Fratello Watches website did a recent write-up on the Co-Axial 39mm Railmaster and there were a few comments saying that this watch was boring. I don't get that at all.
Besides, it's not up to the watch to be interesting or exciting. That's up to the person wearing the watch.
It's a classic watch, one which is a nice, modern interpretation of the original model from 1957. Works very nicely on its original bracelet, although I wish it had a standard clasp like the Speedmaster and Seamaster range, but it does look pretty schmick on almost any other kind of strap you put on it. Here it is on a no-name $20.oo (AUD!) leather strap;
Yep. I can't fault this watch much. A different clasp would make it perfect, but it's pretty damn close as-is.
Classic, classic watch.
Welcome to the thread Tino, was hoping you would join it at some time as think you're the godfather of the club!