Rolex Daytona 116520 White Dial | Jaeger-Lecoultre Grande Reverso 976 | Omega Railmaster LE 1957 Trilogy | Omega Speedmaster Pro Moonwatch | Omega PO 8500 42mm Orange Arabics | Omega AT 8500 38.5mm Skyfall | Seiko SKX009 | Seiko SKX007 | Casio G-Shock Mudmaster 1A9 | Citizen EcoDrive Toyota 86 Edition x 3
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Panerai 312 / Panerai 176 / Panerai 380 / Rolex 16600 SD /Seiko SBGA001 "Snowflake" /Omega 3573.50 "Sapphire Sandwich" /Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope /Sinn U1 / Longines Legend Diver -No Date / Anonimo D-Date./ Benarus- Bronze-Mo /Seiko 1970 Navigator Timer/Nomos Ahoi Atlantik /Oris 65 Diver / Seiko Turtle SRP777 / Zenith El Primero Tri-Color/ Longines Avigation Big Eye.
Work done now for some relaxation in the speedy.
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Planet Ocean again...Have a great day gentlemen
Rolex Explorer II
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 8500
Omega Semaster Cosmic 2000 ('76/birth year)
Omega Speedmaster Racing
Omega DeVille cal 625 ('76)
Breitling Superocean Heritage
Seiko Tuna SBBN031
Seiko Pogue ('76/birth-year)
Seiko Turtle SRP777
Seiko SNZG17 (custom stonewashed finish)
G-Shock (mostly custom)
First, to each his own!
My point is that the Railmaster and the Seamaster 300 have proofed me something I had never expected. That these small sizes can be worn even from a guy with a wrist size > 8ď like me. I used to wear watches around 44mm and bigger in the past because I was convinced smaller sizes would look ridiculous on my wrist, like women watches. The Trilogy pieces have changed my aesthetically perception totally because I really love now how the watch wraps around my wrist instead just sitting on top. Therefore, albeit there seems to be a trend toward smaller watches, itís no trend for me personally. Itís just a question of personal preferences.
cheers - mike
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