What ever next?

Hi Crunchers, 

Current STOC above - after 12 months of having caught the bug. 

Want to buy one great watch this year (maybe the odd micro brand as well, lets be honest!) for my upcoming wedding. 

What do you think i need? Would love a Datejust 41 if i can get my hands one... but what does the collection need next and what would you experienced crunchers be looking at next? 

Obviously, I'm lacking a diver.... and I kind of view my Zenith as my dress watch ...as it looks INCREDIBLE in that context. 

Thanks and much love! 

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Zenith for dress? Idk I’d be looking at a diver also. Good decision. 

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That is one beautiful collection for just one year! I could see a Sinn diver as being an amazing addition. 

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Omega

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brianDk

That is one beautiful collection for just one year! I could see a Sinn diver as being an amazing addition. 

thank you! 

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That collection is salty!  Well done!

A diver is the obvious choice, but not for your wedding, and I am assuming you want to wear this new piece on that celebratory day. Correct me if I’m wrong. 
 

I have a couple of options for you based on your collection and potential missing wedding piece. 
 

  1. A Cartier would be a fantastic choice. A Santos or Tank; buyers choice. 
  2. The JLC Reverso. You might not be James Bond and be able to pull off a river with a Tux, but literally anyone can pull off a JLC in a penguin suit. It’s that good!
     
  3. Get a dive watch (sorta) you can wear to your wedding…and literally anywhere any time. The greatest of all go anywhere do anything Omega Aqua Terra. 
     
  4. If you want some that says, I’m not your average watch fanboy, I’m in deep, go with a Nomos Ahoi  
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cornfedksboy

That collection is salty!  Well done!

A diver is the obvious choice, but not for your wedding, and I am assuming you want to wear this new piece on that celebratory day. Correct me if I’m wrong. 
 

I have a couple of options for you based on your collection and potential missing wedding piece. 
 

  1. A Cartier would be a fantastic choice. A Santos or Tank; buyers choice. 
  2. The JLC Reverso. You might not be James Bond and be able to pull off a river with a Tux, but literally anyone can pull off a JLC in a penguin suit. It’s that good!
     
  3. Get a dive watch (sorta) you can wear to your wedding…and literally anywhere any time. The greatest of all go anywhere do anything Omega Aqua Terra. 
     
  4. If you want some that says, I’m not your average watch fanboy, I’m in deep, go with a Nomos Ahoi  

JLC would be lovely! Good spot 

Tried on the aqua terra.... felt kind of bored by it.... maybe i need to revisit though! 

cheers buddy! 

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cornfedksboy

That collection is salty!  Well done!

A diver is the obvious choice, but not for your wedding, and I am assuming you want to wear this new piece on that celebratory day. Correct me if I’m wrong. 
 

I have a couple of options for you based on your collection and potential missing wedding piece. 
 

  1. A Cartier would be a fantastic choice. A Santos or Tank; buyers choice. 
  2. The JLC Reverso. You might not be James Bond and be able to pull off a river with a Tux, but literally anyone can pull off a JLC in a penguin suit. It’s that good!
     
  3. Get a dive watch (sorta) you can wear to your wedding…and literally anywhere any time. The greatest of all go anywhere do anything Omega Aqua Terra. 
     
  4. If you want some that says, I’m not your average watch fanboy, I’m in deep, go with a Nomos Ahoi  

Almost any Nomos would be a perfect wedding watch. Nice call

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That is one beautiful collection!  Absolutely love the Zenith Chronomaster Sport 😍😍😍

I'd second Omega and also add Grand Seiko as a future option; the SLGA007 to be specific! 😀

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501watches

That is one beautiful collection!  Absolutely love the Zenith Chronomaster Sport 😍😍😍

I'd second Omega and also add Grand Seiko as a future option; the SLGA007 to be specific! 😀

SLGA007, good call! Love GS but totally confused about their collection... that one is a winner! 

And yes, the Zenith is incredible. Once i actually saw it without the plastic on it and in real life it really exceeded my expectations. It is stunning. 

Cheers mate! 

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I think an everyday stainless steel watch on a bracelet would be a good addition. Something like your mentioned date just 41, Rolex OP, Longines Spirit, Omega Aqua Terra, Grand Seiko Snowflake to name a few

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Great job for only 12 months.  The change I would make would be to dump the Tudor for a nice dive watch or super compressor.  I think the collection needs a World Timer such as the Omega Aqua Terra WT.

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Nice group!

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Velomax

Great job for only 12 months.  The change I would make would be to dump the Tudor for a nice dive watch or super compressor.  I think the collection needs a World Timer such as the Omega Aqua Terra WT.

Out of curiosity, why would you dump the Tudor? even If he gets a dedicated dive watch doesn’t it fill the GMT slot quite nicely as well?

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Damn thats a sweet set of watches you've got there. I don't have a ton experience, but what I think is great to round it off is maybe a more refined, simple or even minimalistic watch. Check out the Rado Golden Horse, Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra or a Nomos Ahoi. Also, a Longines Sector would be a great dress watch for your wedding.

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Great choices so far.  I kind of agree that a diver would fit nicely.  What if we could suggest a diver that is great for every occasion from scuba to tuxedo?  Oh wait, I have one in mind.

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