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    de Bethune DB28 Tourbillon
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    I am going to counter Cincys tourbillion with a Orient Star

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    Another amazing tourbillion. Are you coming to the Florida Audio Expo?

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    de Bethune DB28 Tourbillon
    Absolutely stunning.

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    Another amazing tourbillion. Are you coming to the Florida Audio Expo?
    I had hoped the COVID mess would be cleaned up by now. It is not. Reluctantly I have to pass.

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    Omega Planet Ocean today. A bit of audio thrown in.

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    Re: What's on your wrist today

    Seiko SPB143....photo by yours truly.


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    Some very cool watches some members are watching ... wearing



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    New strap for my Seiko Prospex 1965 Divers aka the SPB143...a ribbed NATO in the Petrol color from Sweden's Cheapest NATO Straps...


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    Snow appropriate watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    Snow appropriate watch.

    It looks like you wear your straps pretty tight! Always one of those things that has kept me from wearing a watch regularly — tight so it doesn’t flop around, or just a bit less for comfort but then the watch moves around (always towards the outside of my wrist) making it a little less comfortable. My new strap is a wee bit tight to affect the former. Since I will probably only wear as jewelry (not for every day) it seems OK on the snug side.

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    Bob I typically wear my watches a little snug but with winter weight gain now a little too snug. I hate a floppy watch that rotates the face around my wrist. Thanks for the comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    Bob I typically wear my watches a little snug but with winter weight gain now a little too snug. I hate a floppy watch that rotates the face around my wrist. Thanks for the comment.
    One of the nice things about the Rolex GMT bracelet--it can be relieved about 1/2 link while wearing when flying (or during a pandemic) to relieve pressure.

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    Seiko Sport 5
    Nice. Never seen a Seiko 5 with a destro crown before. Interesting.

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    Today I'm wearing the best mechanical watch I've ever used and the best watch I've ever owned, my Sinn EZM 3. This dive watch has an inert gas atmosphere to keep the internal atmosphere dry and free from moisture, and to keep it from fogging up in cold water on dives. It also has a copper sulfate capsule also used to absorb any water molecules that may gain ingress to the interior of the case. 500M depth rating.

    Designed for the German GSG 9 Special Forces Dive Unit. Those guys know how to "operate".

    This bad boy runs to +1 sec/day, regardless how often I wear it, well within COSC specification.



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    Handsome watch Stephen !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACHiPo View Post
    One of the nice things about the Rolex GMT bracelet--it can be relieved about 1/2 link while wearing when flying (or during a pandemic) to relieve pressure.
    It's a nice feature, but not exclusive to Rolex. All my bracelets have a micro-adjust feature that provides this type of small adjustment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikado463 View Post
    Handsome watch Stephen !!
    All EZMs are...totally badass! 😜

    Seriously, virtually no other watch manufacturer has the tech that Sinn has.

    For example, no one else makes watches out of tegimented...submarine steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    All EZMs are...totally badass! 😜

    Seriously, virtually no other watch manufacturer has the tech that Sinn has.

    For example, no one else makes watches out of tegimented...submarine steel.
    glad my pool is not that deep !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikado463 View Post
    glad my pool is not that deep !!!
    Sinn has got it...goin' on. For example, this EZM, the EZM12 that was designed for medical rescue team professionals. The 4-bladed rotor lets them quickly get an accurate pulse on the patient being rescued.

    From Sinn:


    The Sinn EZM 12 is designed for medical professionals, particularly those involved in emergency medicine.

    This watch takes it place among Sinn's EZM Mission Timer Watches (Einsatzzeitmesser) which are designed for the German Special Forces, including SWAT, Customs, FBI, helicopter police, GSG9 and other elite units.

    If you've traveled in Germany you know about the autobahn, which in many parts of the country allows for unlimited speed. Although this unlimited speed is an adrenaline rush, it can unfortunately lead to very serious accidents.

    German Air Rescue Team
    To create this watch, Sinn collaborated with the German Air Rescue Team, which maintains a presence throughout the country. This elite team flies helicopters staffed with doctors and medics who are on 24 hour standby for car accidents.


    Sinn just doesn't...f**k around.


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    Garmin Fenix Solar Powered watch


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    Garmin Fenix Solar Powered watch


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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    Nice! Love me some Halios! Jason Lim has got it goin' on...

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    Today it's my Tudor Black Bay "Blue"....the original "BBB" with ETA movement, and Tudor Rose and curved text on the dial.

    Shown here on an OEM Tudor vintage aged leather strap...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobvin View Post
    That thing is huge!
    Yes, its a mini computer and can handle what nature throws at it!

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    Hamilton X-Wind with rubber strap
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    Love it!! I like the reversed crown and pushers or is it a right wrist watch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    Love it!! I like the reversed crown and pushers or is it a right wrist watch?
    It's called a "destro crown". The crown is on the left side of the case so it does not interfere with movement of the diver's wrist. Sinn uses this design on some of of their dive watches as the crown can get the way of your wrist movement when when wearing a wet suit and/or dive gloves. BTW, real divers don't use bracelets any more, they all use rubber straps.

    Shown here is the new Sinn EZM 13.1 on a rubber dive strap, released just the other day. 500M depth resistance, 60 min chronograph function, and pushers can be actuated...under water (f**kin' Sinn, I tell ya what...). Note the the running seconds is at 3 O'clock and the indices are in gray, so that the running seconds don't compete or distract your attention with the chronograph subdial when you don't want to track the running seconds.



    BTW, this watch also has an inert gas atmosphere inside the hermetically-sealed case to keep the interior of the case dry (as in the chemistry definition of "dry", i.e. free from water molecules). It also has a replaceable copper sulfate capsule in the case, so that in the rare event water molecules do gain ingress to the case, they are absorbed by the copper sulfate, and the interior stays dry. This prevents fogging up of the dial when diving in cold water, and also contributes significantly to the reliability and durability of the watch, as it's water molecules that get into the watch case that causes lubricants to break down and...causes wear on the movement parts.

    Frickin' Sinn...no one else thinks these details through in the way these guys do...

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    handsome watch Stephen !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikado463 View Post
    handsome watch Stephen !
    Yeah, I wish I owned one! LOL.

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    Ah, you have more than one Halios. Nice.

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    Thanks. I really like their styling and quality.

    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    Ah, you have more than one Halios. Nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    Thanks. I really like their styling and quality.
    Yeah, Jason Lim is super-talented with respect to design. And, he sources high-grade parts and assembles the pieces carefully. They are an incredible value for money.

    Here's the Halios Seaforth II I have in Signal Orange. It's the answer to the question Jason had, "what would Doxa do?" (Jason was a big fan of the legendary Doxa Sub 300).


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    On my wrist today, my Sinn 556A...one of the best and one of my favorite watches I've ever owned.


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    I haven’t looked at their new models for several years. It looks they have amassed a cult following at Halios. When I bought my two they were just getting started so no issues with availability like today. I read all the new offerings will sell out in minutes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    Yeah, Jason Lim is super-talented with respect to design. And, he sources high-grade parts and assembles the pieces carefully. They are an incredible value for money.

    Here's the Halios Seaforth II I have in Signal Orange. It's the answer to the question Jason had, "what would Doxa do?" (Jason was a big fan of the legendary Doxa Sub 300).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    I haven’t looked at their new models for several years. It looks they have amassed a cult following at Halios. When I bought my two they were just getting started so no issues with availability like today. I read all the new offerings will sell out in minutes.
    Oh, man, you don't know the half of it. The second "tranche" of Seaforths in July 2017, IIRC, sold out in less than 5 minutes.

    "Cult following" doesn't do it justice...LOL.

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    There really is no need to buy a Rolex unless you want the prestige and status symbol of owning one. Don’t get me wrong Rolex builds an amazing watch but with the homage watches of today that give you amazing build and reliability at a fraction of the cost. I will wear these doing anything and not worry about scratches. Rolex prices have increased so much I hate to wear mine in fear it will depreciate the value. I need to sell all my prestige watches and go visit Mike, much more enjoyment for me in audio now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    There really is no need to buy a Rolex unless you want the prestige and status symbol of owning one.
    I agree. Plus, Rolexes are no better a watch mechanically than many other brands, and as I mentioned the other day, doesn't have some of the technology that Sinn has, for example. Or Grand Seiko, for that matter (GS' Spring Drive movement is pretty amazing).

    Plus, good luck buying one at retail. There is NO inventory at ADs.

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    Well, not today, but…. Interested in now getting a fifty fathoms version


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    My only piece from the watch “bronze” age. If you know you know.

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    Oooh, the Arnold and sons watch must be real vintage stuff.
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    Well, not today, but…. Interested in now getting a fifty fathoms version


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    That looks as plain as white bread. LoL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Seh View Post
    Put it up for sale ... so far, its still here.

    So took it back, put it on my wrist, and felt so good. One of the 2 retirement watches to stay. The other's the Rolex Day-Date Platinum.

    This is the actual picture of it when advertised for sale. Looks good isn't it. Happy its back home with me!
    A Lange & Sohne...bucket list watch for me. Not yet though. Unless I sell my audio system or 911. Nah...
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We are as crazy about this hobby as you are! So come on in and join us! Audioshark.org the Friendliest Audio Forum!

Industry Participation Disclosure : The owner and administrator of Audioshark is the owner of Suncoast Audio LLC in Sarasota Florida. Suncoast Audio has a full brick and mortar presence in Sarasota with several great show rooms with many world class brands. More information can be found at http://www.suncoastaudio.com

Audioshark is a community of like minded individuals. Audioshark welcomes participation from all manufacturers and owners of all brands and products. It is our belief that online forums provide a community of like minded audiophiles and music lovers to encourage the growth of this wonderful hobby.

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The Audioshark.org Team

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