I have many bad “interests”. Many are 三分鐘熱度 but some do last. One thing I have learned is it could get very expensive whether it is photography, hi-fi, wine, whisky, car, or watch. I like watches but don’t think I am a watch enthusiast yet and let alone a watch collector. I do own a few pieces which I like and enjoy. For something to look forward to, this is my current wish list and sure it will change very often. For sure a Tourbillon may be cool but don’t think I am too crazy about it or as least not for now.
Rolex GMT-Master II
A steel Rolex sport watch should be in every watch collection whether it is a Daytona, Submariner, or Sky-Dweller. For me it is the GMT-Master II "Batman" with a two-colour blue and black ceramic bezel.
Calibre 3186, Reference 116710BLNR, 40 mm, 48 hours power reserve
This classic Omega Seamaster was first built in 1963. A piece of history and a piece of memory.
CALIBER 563, Case Reference 166009,
Rolex Datejust Oyster Perpetual 16200 Steel
Caliber 2235(?), Reference R16200A13B7836, 35mm
2016 Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36000 GMT
It is a Seiko and also happens to be a Grand Seiko. It is not my father's Seiko but they both mean something special to me.
Caliber 9S86, Reference SBGJ019, 39.5mm|13.9mm, 90g, 55 hours power reserve
Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph - Moonwatch
Yes I do like the elaborate display box and accessories that come with this watch, but there is also a rich history of this man-of-the-moon watch. As much as I like the transparent caseback, I would go with the hesalite crystal instead. I would also wear it with a frabic strap instead of the bracelet or the leather strap.
Calibre 1861, Reference 318.104.22.168.01.005, 42 mm
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