The Box so far :)

Hello,

Newcomer here. Been interested in watches for about 13 years. Bought and sold alot over the years but this is the sotc now.

  •  Explorer 11470
  •  BB 58 blue
  •  Vintage Seiko sport 100 (1983)
  •  Seiko skx007j
  •  Grand Seiko sbgw235 (on ostrich strap)
  •  My granfathers gold watch. It sais ”mars” on the dial - any of you know that maker? 

    Looking forward to seeing some good watch content and discussing watches :)

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Very classy collection. They are all great but the Grand Seiko sreals the show as far as I am concerned.. 👌

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delta6

Very classy collection. They are all great but the Grand Seiko sreals the show as far as I am concerned.. 👌

Thank you 😊

yes! The GS is such a gem - the original bracelet was a little to 80’s business man but with a leather strap its so classy

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Nice collection, but don't let the empty fields in your box mislead you to more purchases ;)

A little German google search brought some insights to your grandpa's watch, don't think that in Danish or English it would work that easy. I only found German websites and forums that write about this.

Mars was produced by the German watch maker Uhrenfabrik Adolf Gengenbach in Pforzheim (south Germany) which is today Jean Marcel. However Jean Marcel is producing nowadays in Switzerland.

It's a lovely watch, I have by my self also an old gold watch from grandpa and enjoy it.

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Nice watches but what stands out the most, to me, are 2 (maybe 4 if it's 10 slot box) empty slots..

Still work to be done.

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Pascal

Nice collection, but don't let the empty fields in your box mislead you to more purchases ;)

A little German google search brought some insights to your grandpa's watch, don't think that in Danish or English it would work that easy. I only found German websites and forums that write about this.

Mars was produced by the German watch maker Uhrenfabrik Adolf Gengenbach in Pforzheim (south Germany) which is today Jean Marcel. However Jean Marcel is producing nowadays in Switzerland.

It's a lovely watch, I have by my self also an old gold watch from grandpa and enjoy it.

Hello Pascal,
Wow thank you :) I have not been able to find anything - I guess I was googling in the wrong language. I will definitely be looking into that.
Yes having a item worn by ones grandfather is a fantastic way to bridge the gap of time. I fell a sense of belonging when wearing that watch.

and yes... haha "unfortunately" I have room for four more watches... :)

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foghorn

Nice watches but what stands out the most, to me, are 2 (maybe 4 if it's 10 slot box) empty slots..

Still work to be done.

Thank you and Yes! haha. 4 more slots... I bought a 10 slots box and I have promised myself that I will only have maximum 10 watches at a time. I am at the moment trying to figure out the next one... ;)

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Nice collection, you have pretty much got yourself covered for any situations that one might encounter for a life time 🙌🏼

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NeatlydoneZ

Nice collection, you have pretty much got yourself covered for any situations that one might encounter for a life time 🙌🏼

Thanks. Thats how I justify spending more money on watches, I need one for every occasion 😆 Although I am missing a beater. 

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Love your collection, dying to get an explorer myself but like your choice of grand Seiko as well!

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Props for keeping a quartz Seiko from the ‘80s in the same row as a Tudor (which, by the way, is bitchin’) and a Rolex. 🤙

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Stevenrharris

Love your collection, dying to get an explorer myself but like your choice of grand Seiko as well!

Thank u. The explorer is great watch and the one I would never sell. 
Works in all situations from weddings to campingstrips 👍🏻