The Skinny Diameter: 38.1 mm Thickness: 11.4 mm Accuracy: +15 to -10 seconds per day Lug to Lug: 44.7 mm Water Resistance: 50 M Movement: Caliber 6L35 (automatic with 45 hour power reserve, hand winding, hacking seconds, date, 26 jewels, 28,800 vph) Price: $3,300 Limited to: 3,000 As An Owner… King Seiko needs no introduction… Read more »
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The Skinny Diameter: 37.5 mm Thickness: 13.7 mm Lug to lug: 46 mm Water Resistance: Movement: Citizen Caliber 3102 Price Paid: $230 The Dilemma of Unaffordable Vintage Watches In today’s world where information is shared and transmitted instantly by social media, bargains in the vintage watch world are hard to find. Fortunately for bargain seekers,… Read more »
Here at Beyond The Dial, we give each other a fair amount of shit for our respective favorite watches. Allen goes on and on about his 1972 Rolex Datejust 1603 as if this fairly common watch were special to anyone but himself, and David has become something of a Seiko Pogue pusher-man here in the… Read more »
Here at Beyond The Dial, we give each other a fair amount of shit for our respective favorite watches. Greg loves the Omega Speedy, and Allen loves the Cartier Tank, but also Greg had already rejected the Tank, and Allen has negative feelings toward the Speedy. In the interest of discovering new aspects of our… Read more »
I’m not one to normally associate watches with significant life events. I will often purchase a watch as part of a collecting plan and not as a reward to myself. In that respect, my watch purchases are individual steps on a collecting journey rather than a destination in themselves. This anOrdain, however, is different: it is a present to myself for reaching the grand old age of 50.
Have you ever seen a watch online, a watch that you knew nothing about and immediately decided you must have it? This is the story of just such a watch. The Skinny Squale 50 Atmos Originale Opaco 41mm ETA 2824-2 Around $1500 as of Oct 2020 The story begins on a rainy Saturday morning as… Read more »
Why is this watch, from the twilight of Seiko’s golden age of mechanical watches, so overlooked?
There’s wisdom in the old adages that tell us to be wary of first impressions, to not judge books by their covers, and to give things time, because only time will tell. Second Looks are opportunities to revisit watches that have been available for a while – many years, even – and give them fresh… Read more »
If you’re reading this in the first place, you’re probably a “stuff” person, right? I don’t mean this pejoratively.
The Skinny 1972 Rolex Datejust 1603 $3100 cash (no bracelet) 36mm auto-winding in-house movement, no quick-set for date I Was Pretty Gone In Nashville I was in Nashville on a cross-country trip with my best friend Andy Baldwin – an Aussi record producer who is part Winnie The Pooh, part Buddha, and part Clive Davis…. Read more »