A slightly crazy recent acquisition, a 1955 Vacheron & Constantin, all aluminium keyless pocket watch, silvered dial with Breguet numerals, and a movement with the plates in aluminium but nickel plated. 17-jewel Cal.439/7 calibre inside, laid out like a pocket watch, of course. 10mm thick overall and 44mm diameter - all for, "weight" for it (groan), 20.2 grams (just under 3/4 oz. in old money). Just the most extraordinary bit of engineering, but don't sit on it by accident, I have the feeling it isn't that robust!
Mainly vintage obsessed, prefer off the beaten path, VC, Breguet, Piaget, JLC, Zenith, Longines, Omega, Smiths. Far too many dress watches. But of course a G-Shock is god tier and always will be.