Here is what is presently up on my watch Wish Wall...

No expectation of these coming off the Wish Wall anytime soon...

But it is nice to dream occasionally...

Here's what's on the wall now...

What's on yours?

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Great list! That Longe is stunning, as with the rest of the list. I was surprised to see the Movado. Interestingly enough I just came across the Calendoplan S and tried it on, and it was nice. That’s a company with some historical pieces, but then pivoted towards fashion brand. Looks like they’re trying to make a push back towards relevancy, and I am happy about that.

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Wow! Quite a list you have there. The VC Calender looks stunning. If I know you enough I’m sure many of them will be in a watch box near you not so long from now. Me? That’s more vanilla. A black Daytona long term and entry level VC Fiftysix in blue would be nice.

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That's quite a list. My targeting is a little more diffuse. I want an early Eterna Eternamatic, but not necessarily a Kontiki. I would also like to find a 1934-5 Mido Multifort. It has the "firsts" that Rolex claims. I also have my eye on a pre-war Rolex bubbleback.

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I only buy wathes that cost max 300 euro, so if I find one I really want - will I normally buy it directly... And that mean that my "wish list" only include dream watches I won't buy - except if I really succeed with one of my six actual projects and that may take 6 months to 6 years...

And I must first find a new smart PHP & MySql programmer (who can wait with the main payment) to restart a magnificent contact site, with the clearly finest system (as a purrfect watch movement) that did lock up 8 years ago (!!) when the web hotel did change the PHP and MySql version!

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Love your selections! Some real beautifully eclectic things there. I'm mulling over some things but this changes pretty much constantly.

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vantechmag.com

I only buy wathes that cost max 300 euro, so if I find one I really want - will I normally buy it directly... And that mean that my "wish list" only include dream watches I won't buy - except if I really succeed with one of my six actual projects and that may take 6 months to 6 years...

And I must first find a new smart PHP & MySql programmer (who can wait with the main payment) to restart a magnificent contact site, with the clearly finest system (as a purrfect watch movement) that did lock up 8 years ago (!!) when the web hotel did change the PHP and MySql version!

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Great list! Thanks for sharing. I love that Orient Moon Phase - beautiful.

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Aurelian

That's quite a list. My targeting is a little more diffuse. I want an early Eterna Eternamatic, but not necessarily a Kontiki. I would also like to find a 1934-5 Mido Multifort. It has the "firsts" that Rolex claims. I also have my eye on a pre-war Rolex bubbleback.

Oh yes - 1930s Mido Multifort - fantastic watch. I remember Sao "The Omega Enthusiast" did a YT video about that watch.

I don't think he has any in his shop now, but if you haven't visited before it is a treat for the eyes...

https://www.omegaenthusiastltd.com/shop-all?page=2

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WatchYourIntruder

Wow! Quite a list you have there. The VC Calender looks stunning. If I know you enough I’m sure many of them will be in a watch box near you not so long from now. Me? That’s more vanilla. A black Daytona long term and entry level VC Fiftysix in blue would be nice.

VC FiftySix is a great choice especially in blue!

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TimeToRide

Great list! That Longe is stunning, as with the rest of the list. I was surprised to see the Movado. Interestingly enough I just came across the Calendoplan S and tried it on, and it was nice. That’s a company with some historical pieces, but then pivoted towards fashion brand. Looks like they’re trying to make a push back towards relevancy, and I am happy about that.

The Movado speaks to me with it's pumpkin colors...it's actually a really rare watch to find and is very well made since it runs an El Primero movement when Movado was still part of Zenith.

Modern day Movado is not worth discussing, but they have an amazing history prior to becoming a fashion watch brand.

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Edge168n

Love your selections! Some real beautifully eclectic things there. I'm mulling over some things but this changes pretty much constantly.

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Wow! That is a great Wish Wall for sure!!

The Parmigiani Tonda PF GMT is a spectacular choice...it would be on my wall for sure, but since I already have the salmon dial non-GMT, I feel like that would be slightly duplicative. The watch just becomes a part of wrist it is truly awesome...

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ChronoGuy

Wow! That is a great Wish Wall for sure!!

The Parmigiani Tonda PF GMT is a spectacular choice...it would be on my wall for sure, but since I already have the salmon dial non-GMT, I feel like that would be slightly duplicative. The watch just becomes a part of wrist it is truly awesome...

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The Blue Rattrapante is the one for me. I've been thinking about it long enough that I suspect it will happen, but I'm currently just waiting for the right moment emotionally (otherwise I won't bond with it and I'll just get annoyed and flip it).

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ChronoGuy

Great list! Thanks for sharing. I love that Orient Moon Phase - beautiful.

That one was actually extremely cheap, only like 65 euro (!!) but I saw it just before my winter trip to Las Palmas - where you could buy watches from Japan ultra cheap and I just got my light yellow Casio Grail (or dream) 200m digi-ana Oceanus, so I did also hesitate a bit to get two yellow watches... But I didn't find it in Las Palmas and when I came back to Sweden, was it sold out and I still miss it... But I still have my Grail...

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I concur with this list.

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Edge168n

Love your selections! Some real beautifully eclectic things there. I'm mulling over some things but this changes pretty much constantly.

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The PF GMT is so choice.