My often shown "SpeedSoccerUltra"
Lovely 145.029 (the one that started my vintage watch thing for me, so trust me, I love it) but no orange chrono hand there, not one
Much like @STANDY ’s 145.029, everything orange except the chrono hands
Some kind of racing Speedmaster for me - either 2004 Japan (Can't own the real 60's one, sorry!) or MkII - both my favourites I think
but the OP actually pointed out something I never noticed before... Most of my favourite watches overall have some Orange moving bits on them
I'm saving for this one:
Oddboy, I think you have a stalker.
Pretty easy choice as far as I'm concerned. My 1969 Japan racing watch
my father used to wear his watch in this fashion. reminds me of him
Not any worse than this if you ask me... at least you aren't paying a 5-digit figure to get one
This one was designed to be worn like this. Original bracelet, too.
My addition for today is maybe a bit more red than orange.
(addition to thread, not to my collection)
I have this, heavy bulky watch with an orange hand
You know I have a bias for orange hands
havent seen it before. like the shape of hands. and like the numerals. reminds me (except old American cars) also of my fathers first car. SKODA 100.
Tudor "Monte Carlo" ref. 7169 and its modern cousin the Tudor Heritage Chrono.
Owned a THC for a little while but ultimately sold it due to the case shape / size and the movement. Cannot afford the 7169 even if I could find one. I still have my fingers crossed that Tudor comes to its senses and releases the heritage chrono in a smaller size (BB58 case maybe??) with an in-house movement. Or maybe they'll make an updated version akin to the 7149 with a blue tachymeter scale! Either would be an instant purchase from me. One can dream...
If interested have a look here, the story of the restoration of this very watch : http://www.deskdivers.com/Site/AD50resto.html
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