The regular speedmaster is my all time favorite watch. It is everything you need and nothing more.
This 1949 omega bumper. I got it just after my daughter was born and she always has loved the bumper movement and one day I shall give to her.
Lovely dial. Omega should come back with this again. I like it better than ck859 that I bought. Thanks for posting. Regards
These 2 are up there
Would love a barn find Tornek Rayville, and a heap more 1930-50’s Omegas
I REALLY love the look of the pie pan. Someday, hopefully.
The ck859 is fantastic though. How are you finding it?
Yes indeed, I concur with you. CK859 is a beautiful vintage inspired watch. I like its overall presence on my wrist. I think it's a keeper. Regards
So far my two Rolex 1013s are my favorite...and they will be the last to go...before I go.
For me, it is Zenith A386. I ask myself how one who was able to wear it in 69 was feeling at the time? Any senior mate here?
Probably my favourite watch. Please forgive me for showing it for the umpteenth time. This is my one owner (me) Bulova Accutron from 1964. It is soon to be 60 years old. Looks like new, runs like new. I have worn this watch on most days that were significant, in those decades (our wedding in 1966, our son’s christening in 1972, to Expo ‘67 in Montreal, at our 50th anniversary banquet in 2016, at our 55th wedding anniversary soirée in 2021.) The gold filled case still shows no brass. The dial is a NOS duplicate of the original which was spoiled when I was caught in a rainstorm in the line up to get into the Czech Pavilion, at Expo ‘67.
This one, believe it or not! I should have bought it when the AD had one...
They are variations of the same watch...one from 1960, the other 1975...still my two favorites and the last ones I would ever sell.
I really like everything in my collection, but I didn’t have a favorite until a few months ago:
so many amazing timepieces here...Rolex Submariner, Omega Speedmaster, Patek Philippe Nautilus, and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak...all hit the mark for me.
VC Overseas 3rd gen - silver dial
For me it is probably this one - an IWC Ingenieur 666 AD. It was found in a flee market last summer and the buyer paid $10 for it (!!!). I traded it with him and restored it. It has developed a patina, but all parts are still the original ones.
Ingenieur is a really nice catch!!
Difficult choice , but the ST2 just ticks so many boxes for me .
I'm a sucker for beefy tool watches that have both a chronograph and a timing bezel.
But then, I also love how this thing catches the light:
Incidentally, these are the last two watches I bought. So, there's some recency bias here
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