What is your Biggest and Smallest

I just picked up my SLA049 today, and with its 44mm case I thought it would be fun to put it side by side with some of my more classically sized pieces. What size disparities do you have in your collection? 
 

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PS After 5 years of watch collecting this is my first Seiko dive watch and only my second seiko ever (third of you count a grand Seiko) 

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Seiko Diver at 43.5mm and Traska Commuter at 36.5mm.

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Timex Marlin hand wind-34mm and Casio Pro Trek PRW2500-55mm including the pushers and sensors.

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congratulations on the new watch purchase!

Beautiful!

Seiko SNJ025 47.8mm

Seagull 1963 38mm

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36mm Seiko 5 and 48mm GShock

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Of watches that I wear, a 35mm #skagen Titanium Ultra Slim from 2001. Largest is a #victorinox ChronoPro, 42mm but with a chunky Valjoux 7750 and super large pushers making it wear a lot bigger.

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Ooops sorry! I forgot about this 34mm Tag. Senior moment!

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Seiko Prospex World Timer (SSC489P1) = 44.6mm

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Hamilton Sinclair = 24mm (Yes, it's a men's watch, but from 1956)

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Biggest to smallest would be two of my Seamasters: a vintage 1956 (501 movement) and a 2018 (8900 movement). Oddly I have no trouble switching from a 34 mm to 44 mm.

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artman

Ooops sorry! I forgot about this 34mm Tag. Senior moment!

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I have it’s bigger brother

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I think I’m running 30mm (1940s Vertex) to about 45mm (Corum Bubble). No preference, I have quite chunky wrists.

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28 mm Oris Pointer VS 53 mm U Boat

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