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Old 7th June 2005, 20:42   #16
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Old calender watch

Eco Drive titanium chrono
Regular chrono
Automatic mechanical
Promaster sail

Regular chrono
Limited edition single dial chrono

Regular chrono

Regular chrono

Very first advance series (1981) slim

Regular chrono
Ultra light metal chrono

Presents from family/friend
Rolex Oyester Date perpetual from father (currently in Calcutta)
Longines slim from uncle (currently in Calcutta)
Daimler Chrysler Aerospace (back lit) from Jaggu.

Future ambition one white dial IWC chrono.

Guys please don't laugh
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Old 7th June 2005, 21:08   #17
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I use a HMT plain vanilla watch, which my father gave me as a gift when I passed S.S.C. exam in 1978. Even after 27 years , it is still working, it never failed , I did some cleaning etc for couple of times and changed the scratched front glass , but the original steel belt is still intact! I love it.

My father is no more but by means of this watch he always remains with me all the time during my good and bad days.

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Old 7th June 2005, 21:19   #18
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fossil blue
two of them both are chrono
one is steel light blue dial
one is titanium dark blue dial

plain slim edge white dial

chrono steel with black dial
limited edition

big leather strap...goth dial

plain steel with blue dial

light green square dial with brown leather strap

the F1 series red dial

love to own a nice speedmaster and a on the list need to save BIG for them!!!
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Old 7th June 2005, 21:58   #19
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I use a casio like 5 years old still going strong! i also have a really sexy geneva watch and a carrera!
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Old 8th June 2005, 00:15   #20
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Skagen - Titanium - 105LTX
Longines - Le Grandes Classiques de Longines - L5.632.4.22.3
Titan - Steel - 10378DA
Skagen - Steel Slimline Mesh - 39LSSB
Fossil - Arkitekt - Blue Degrade Dial - FS-2920
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Old 8th June 2005, 00:44   #21
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Well GTO how come you have not posted your watch collection since you mentioned about it the Pune meet post ...
Heres mine ... with pictures of only a few

1. Corum Admirals Cup 44 Auto Chrono Full Steel

2. Breitling Hercules Auto Chrono Full Steel

3. Omega Seamaster Apnea Auto Divetime Full Steel

4. Jorg Hysek V-King

5. Rado Ceramica

6. Technomarine Technosquare Chrono Steel-Leather

7. Emporio Armani Chrono Full Steel
8. Timberland Chrono Gun Metal Finish.
9. DKNY Black Dial Square Steel
10.Diesel Full Steel
11.Giordano Steel Gold Chrono
12.Sieko Steel Chrono

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Old 8th June 2005, 01:12   #22
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hey EVO 6 great collection you have there.thats really impressing !!

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Old 8th June 2005, 01:29   #23
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Wow! Awesome watches EVO6! As for me, I've been using the same watch since the last 10years. Casio Twincept. Works like a charm...
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Old 8th June 2005, 01:35   #24
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Raymond Dior for me...
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Old 8th June 2005, 09:22   #25
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ma ma mia evo6.that breitling is to die for .
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Old 8th June 2005, 09:44   #26
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I own a CK and a esprit. Dont know the models though. Got it from cologne.

BTW i worked in Titan Industries for a week know how to take apart a watch, service the gears, motor and then put it back. But have never tried it out. Its damm difficult. Took me 3 hours to put my CK back together!
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my watch, by Timberland

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Old 8th June 2005, 11:20   #28
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I didn't realise many of you have watch wardrobes, wear watches according to mood or to go with the dress...

I change my watch every 2-3 years when a band breaks or get bored with it. However, I don't recall having more than one regular watch at a time. I do have one more watch (Titan with employer logo) which was a present from one of the former employer for long service. I rarely wear it since it was not selected by me.

EVO6, if my wife looks at your collection, she might have a sudden urge to build a watch collection instead of jewellery.
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Default whoa!!!

Originally Posted by mohit
Tissot PR 50 Chronograph
Same goes....Tissot PR 50 Chronograph!
Omega Constellation
Omega DeVille
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Old 8th June 2005, 11:28   #30
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weird one but ok.....I have 1 Titan with leather strap (a b'day gift from mom abt 3 yrs ago)..and another crap Citizen watch (1 more gift)...both of which are dunno ...somewhere, since I almost never wear any watch.
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