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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Valthero, Sep 22, 2014.
Couldn't pass this one up for $30.
I think I may just have fallen in love. Could you share the model? Can't seem to find it online.
Ben: It's a Rotary, model GS00100/04/BRN(13685) Aquaspeed.
It's not easy to find on market. In fact, I bought the watch during a flight (duty free on board sale). The brand's (Rotary) headquarters are in London if I am not wrong. Good luck. I loved the watch, hopefully you will find it.
Seems quite common now actually albeit a more updated model with black inner dials. Not expensive either. It looks like the Breitling I've always wanted but could never afford.
That's true. It looks like the Breiting. Mine has a slide rule has worked perfectly fine and should cost between $150 - $200. Rotary announces different series of beautiful watches on their website. Good luck with your search.
They're selling this replacement for about $70 on the web, doesn't have as nice a strap though. Not that this is a big deal.
The annoying thing is that I have a really nice titanium Seiko chrnongraph (SND419) that I like a lot but the chronograph stopped working after I had a nasty fall in the snow (shards of glass got into the mechanism) and the repair with new glass is about the same as a new watch. At least comparing new prices on amazon to UK repair. I assume US repair is cheaper. Should check it out. Might make more sense.
OK.. this is an "after" pic... GMT Master purchased in 1972, China Fleet Club, Hong Kong for about $225... 35 years of daily use, I retired it in 2009 when I retired... 2 cleanings, a band, and a bezel
My one and only Chrono;
Citizen Eco Drive AT0200-05E
I'd Really LOVE an automatic/self winding mechanical Chrono, but thats a movement complication that looks like it always puts them in the 4 digit price range instead of 3 digits... can't do it in the foreseeable future.
World Time Model. Received as a gift after finishing Univeristy in 91.
Tudor Heritage Chrono
Not quite my only chrono (I've a vintage valjoux) by close. Doesn't get near enough wrist time. Sorry the pic isn't more head on, it was taken to show off a detail in the strap (a custom of real gator to replace the fake gator the watch shipped with -- Jeanna @ Stone Creek Straps does INCREDIBLE work).
The watch is a Hamilton Pan Europ 1971 LE
Is hard core like this allowed on the site?
Revue Thommen Diver -- ETA Valjoux 7750
Chase Durer Wing Commander, Swiss Legend Tungsten (Heavy!), Timex Expedition alarm chrono
Old Waltham, '69 Speedy 1st. gen caseback, Traser Classic Big Date.
Traser gets the most wrist time, easiest to read day or night for my 54-year-old eyes.
Knockin' around town