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Your Favorite Watch

9 Dec , 2011  

What’s your favorite watch?

Mine is the IWC Portuguese Automatic. Check out this IWC movie with Jean Reno. I don’t have one, yet! My U-boat has been on my left wrist for the last 4 years..

The Watch:


Drop us a comment and list your favorite watch and a link to a photo :)

An alcohol test to find out if your friend is too drunk to drive; “Three witches were in a Swatch watch shop. Which witch watched which Swatch watch?” Ask him/her to repeat and you’ll know… :)

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  1. Markus says:

    I just love my Baume et Mercier Classima Executive XL. It almost made me get rid of my Rado Original Automatic – but just almost.

  2. PJ O'Connor says:

    I love my 1978 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date. It’s a sImple, minimalist Rolex.
    If I could splurge on something else realistic – IWC Portuguese Automatic or older Breitling Navitimer.

  3. AlexH. says:

    I think one of the best and chastely watsches is the patek philippe calatrava.

  4. Martijn says:

    Panerai PAM0063C

  5. JeremyH says:

    I love my IWC Spitfire Mk XVI. Elegant enough to dress up just shy of evening wear, but not so much that it feels out of place worn with jeans.

    If I had silly money to spend, I would indulge in a Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine in white gold – for those rare Black Tie occasions. Way too dressy and minimalist for day-to-day wear, though.

  6. Yen says:

    I’m wearing Rolex Milgauss GV. I love it. Incredible classic, but sportive ..

    Under 30.000 euros – Patek Philippe 5980 Nautilus Chronograph .. NO COMMENTS

    Around 50.000 euros – Patek Philippe 5960R … The most beatiful watch my wrist has savoured, not the most expensive, but for sure the most beautiful.

    Keep it up,


  7. Archibald says:

    The Stowa Flieger model, without logo. Clean, full of style and not rediculously expensive.

  8. Philip says:

    Another good minimalistic dresswatch which is not so rediculously priced: Skagen watches!

  9. Nicholas says:

    For twenty years now I have worn an Omega De Ville for work and dress occasions, own a couple of others Rolex and Jaeger. Always seem to end up wearing the Omega maybe it just fits my personality better. I’ve always thought of it as understated elegance, although if one day money is plentiful I will add a Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar to the bureau.

  10. Nicholas says:

    My favorite watch is my Citizen Calibre 2100 Eco Drive. It’s a beautiful, functional, versatile watch. Looks just as good with a suit as it does with a t-shirt.

  11. John Hansen says:

    I use a Tajms for daily use, and are very happy with it. A clock that is a little nicer, but still reasonably cheap is GC. If however i had unlimited money, I had gone for a audemars piguet royal oak.

  12. JMM says:

    The Omega Moon watch!

  13. Sui-weet says:

    Nomos Zurich Weltzeit. Nearly 100% made in-house automatic watch with original complication, and a subtle timeless look to it. Can’t beat it.

  14. ockraz says:

    I don’t own one, but I’d pick the Patek hobnail Calatrava in yellow gold with a seconds subdial and black band

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