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I love those Sinn U1s. ^
 
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Omg too funny, my buddy was just talking about getting his first SanMartin watch and that's the one he wanted. He asked me about the lume lasting all night (he wears them to bed evidently), anyway just curious how you like it and if the lume lasts.
 
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That’s a great looking watch SC! I love the snowflake hands. What does the case back look like?


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OK I love chronographs and I ordered one off AliExpress from SanMartin.
It has the hand wound ST19 in it. I'm fond of the ST19 as it's a Venus 175 and a very robust movement.
Seagull does a great job with these movements.
The only con I can find is the brushing and polishing has left the case with sharp edges. Which I'll hone off.


It was $370 shipped.









That is good looking. Two dials, no date. Just what you want.




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That’s a great looking watch SC! I love the snowflake hands. What does the case back look like?


Thanks!
Plain closed. Like a Rolex sub or the Tudor Black Bay.





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That is good looking. Two dials, no date. Just what you want.


Yep, I like the no date on this one.
Many of the chronographs from the 70s didn't have date complications.





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Good looking watch!
 
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What do you think about Fortis watches?
 
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What do you think about Fortis watches?


They are awesome.


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I don’t own a Fortis but they make a bunch of watches I’d like to own.


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I love this brand and this watch so much.





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That CW chrono is stunning.





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I've been a fan of Barton watch bands for a bit, largely due to their quick-release pins.

This week has brought me a chance to try out an Archer "seat belt military." I've had it on the watch for about 10 minutes now, and I'm loving it.



Better pic, snipped from Archer's web site:




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That’s a great looking strap VThoky! Those seat belt material straps are incredibly comfy.


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That’s a great looking strap VThoky! Those seat belt material straps are incredibly comfy.


Indeed they are!

 
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Beautiful Seiko!

I'm also really digging that strap!
I like the look of the squared loops


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What do you think about Fortis watches?


I have one of their pilot watches. For a mid tier watch they have nice styling. I never wear it though because I don’t want to beat it up at work. I was thinking of getting an Islander watch, and would welcome feedback on them.
 
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My 300M's 8th birthday

...can't believe the increase in MSRP!


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Something a little different today. It is a D060 known as the Windsurfer.



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rOgue that's a cool MarineMaster. Love the look! You are just feeding the um a .....habit.

I also blame you for my lusting after a Glashutte Senator. Wink


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