What is that one watch in your collection you haven’t heard anyone talking about, that you think is great!
My Ikigai Maru
As I mostly buy microbrands this actually happens a lot. My Vilhelm Prism is one.
Starting to see it more now but my Raymond Weil Freelancer gmt Worldtimer is another
And my Norqain Adventure Sport Chrono Day/Date
I’ve seen others from this line but not this one.
Of course with all the watch content out there there’s almost certainly plenty on these pieces, I must have just missed it.
You need sunglasses for that bad boy 😎 looks epic
Whoa, all that lights up? Like Indiglo?
The one I specced, bought all the components, and assembled it all myself (not the movement, obviously). Unless someone else bought the same case, movement, dial, hands and strap it's a one of one.
This was a full-on Bangladeshi special I found on EBay and had to get repaired upon arrival. I rarely wear it but it’s undeniably cool. I do believe the red is an ‘aftermarket application’ as I’ve dug around trying to find other red dials like that and haven’t seen one.
The watch I bought in 1986 from my first salary. It's an Omega DeVille quartz, which I think is still unsurpassed in its elegance and finishing. It's really thin (7mm), has HF quartz making it really absurdly accurate, and the hour hand can be set independently. The only problem is that the battery lasts only like 8 months or so.
Probably the most under appreciated watch I own and wear. Chopard Mille Miglia 2000 Monterey Historics. Titanium case and engraved display back.
I absolutely love my Möels 528