Seveadon

Seveadon
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6.22โ€ / 15.80 cm Wrist
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Recent posts

Want an amazing deal? Help out the Pedral kickstarter

In quite a surprise to me the kickstarter for Kevin Pedral's artefact watch isn't completely funded yet. I have no affiliation with the brand but I ha...
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Lume or the beauty of the Timegalaxy

As some of you may have seen I've been wearing this timepiece quite often recently. And it just so happens that @SimonB asked to see some lume shots....
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Play in an auction, win prices? Part three

As mentioned in the title this recent acquisition has once again been the result of browsing Catawiki late at night and mindlessly putting a bid in be...
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Recent Comments

commented on #LadiesWhoCrunch Badge Petition ยท

I think it's an excellent idea ๐Ÿ’ก ๐Ÿ˜€

commented on Do you shower with your watch on? ยท

What in the why? Are you that concerned about your water bill? Truly don't get this. But to answer the question, no I don't and besides the fact that I find it unsanitary I can't imagine a situation where it would make sense to me. ๐Ÿซค

commented on Seveadon's WRUW ยท

Thanks!

commented on Want an amazing deal? Help out the Pedral kickstarter ยท

Indeed, the colour options they offer are excellent ๐Ÿ‘

commented on Seveadon's WRUW ยท

Thank you Sam! It's ๐Ÿ˜. They took inspiration from one of the interior domes of the Registan Square in the city of Samarkand, Uzbekistan.

commented on I Don't Get It ยท

Agreed on the weird stuff that Americans call mayonnaise. Over here we luckily have the good stuff. ๐Ÿ‘ And hat tip to the people creating their own, that's leagues above store bought. (And easy)

Everybody has their own particular moans and niggles regarding watches. I personally can marvel at the technical mastery and engineering of super complicated watches with busy dials but wouldn't buy them, even if I could afford to. I agree that overly busy dials are not for me as well in most cases.

The same goes for the use of "exotic" materials, some designs I just don't get. *cough* RM*COUGH* But I'm impressed that they managed to create it. There are also some seemingly popular brands whose designs I don't vibe with or find boring and I don't understand their appeal. (e.g. Hamilton and IWC).

I've accepted that transparent casebacks have become standard but agree that if the movement isn't that pretty there's not really a point to me. I do however remember the first time I ever saw one and that's basically what got me into collecting so I don't mind them but would much prefer a well designed embossed closed caseback.

Luckily there's nobody enforcing us what to buy and we are spoiled for choice. (Trying as they may be through influencers, media and group think in forums.) Buy what you like, people! ๐Ÿ‘

commented on Chinshandcraft's WRUW ยท

Beautiful colour dial ๐Ÿคฉ

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Play in an auction, win prices! Part 2

So the second acquisition of 2024 has found its way to me. This is the second Eterna which I got through an auction, on the same day as my previous on...
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Play in an auction, win prices!

So it took a few days this year to acquire a new watch. Seven days to be exact, one whole week. But that's what you get for browsing auction sites whe...
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Mona Watches Kickstarter

Came across this while browsing and quite like their design. A bit different and I like it Lugless, SW100, manually pad printed dial and supports a go...
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Swedish and simply stunning

After a period of pretty bad brain days, which I tried to solve with retail therapy, this new member of the collection and third microbrand arrived ye...
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