TomTimeshared their Moment
My new watch arrived today which I’ve been searching after for a while! Seiko 7A28-7020 (SPR007) date circa 1983. It needs a full service and Crystal replaced but I’m really happy adding it to my collection. Can’t wait to wear it 😀
Happy Easter. Hanging at home with the kids after an indoor egg hunt. Admiring what I would call a true "Baby Tuna", 43mm auto, ref SRPF81K1 (or SBDY073), on a StrapCode Endmill bracelet.. essentially a President style bracelet, all brushed finish.. I think helps beef back up a bit the diminutive sized Tuna just enough. Yes, I'm using bacon and toast in the background to compose my shots.
Those who know my posts will know I am a fan of the Tuna design. So, this had to happen. Reference SRPF81K1 (or SBDY073). I know this is a smaller 43mm Tuna. But, nothing prepares me to just how much smaller it looks and feels when finally in hands. I was worried I accidentally ordered the 38mm version. But, it is 43mm and wears quite perfectly for my 6.875" wrist. I could pull off wearing the full 47mm (it's actuallity a little over 47mm). It already wears amazingly smaller and the lug to lug is quite wearable. At 43mm, it's even more suited. Mind you this is not a substitute for the full-size Tuna. It's just a different and smaller Tuna... and for less than half the price of the full-size Tuna. Depending on what you find most important about the original Tuna, I'd say the 43mm Tuna could be about 80-90% the full-size Tuna. Question: Would you call this a "Baby Tuna" or "Mini Tuna"? I think "Baby Tuna" is slightly more appropriate. I think the 38mm solar version should be called the "Mini Tuna". Call it what you may, I can definitely call it cool.
Seiko Alpinist Grey "Mountain Sunset" SPB201J1...2021 European Limited Edition. Over the moon with this unexpected gift. Picture doesn't do it justice🙂
DaLuca straps, i have discovered them not while ago but their original prices were little bit too much for me and now able to find things at clearance more often and plus with a discount code of extra40, they are really bargain for what they are offering. Extremely well, hand made and stitched , made in USA ! Strongly recommend to all strap lovers! They smell so good, and very comfortable.
Now it’s the SNZG15’s turn for a new strap. I agonized (relatively speaking) between khaki and green for this Barton’s canvas strap. I like the pairing even more than I imagined. In terms of quality, the Barton’s beats the pants off the original strap.
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It really looks like and feels like a watch that worths 100 times more than the actual sticker price. I present you SNKL23J as my week starter watch.
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#WALTHAMBACK Ever wonder.. Where did Waltham Watches go? Well, look no further because their back! (& making a waves) As Not A Watch Snob sits down with Guido Benedini 😎 @waltham_watches Enjoy the fun, games, and questions exclusively at NAWS FULL EPISODE https://youtu.be/WyiMRzDf_0w SHORT https://youtu.be/96LbkutCHXU
SARB on a new Geckota Simple Italian Handmade strap. The quality of the leather is superb. I have been wearing my Planet Ocean 98% of the time and I keep passing over the SARB due to the inferiority of the bracelet. In fact, I considered selling the watch because I wasn’t wearing it. But I have a feeling this new pairing will earn it back some wrist time.
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EddieTheBeastshared their Moment
I've been wearing my Samurai for the last 16 days! But will be wearing another watch from tomorrow! I always wear the watch that I am about to review for several days before and then during production. Anyway my review of this fantastic watch is now finished: https://youtu.be/pYXoDtwBsJQ
Buddy sent me the Sumo Hulk for my birthday. In typical Seiko fashion, it’s a large piece but wears compact. The bracelet is shite but the bezel alignment is spot on! 💚💚