|11-17-2015 02:54 AM|
Yeah, you are right about that. I have been thinking about Monster at first but then I realized that it's better to jump at once in Sumo range, especially because orange Sumo was cheaper than rest of the Sumo range (rubber strap). I do not like heavier metal straps because my wrist is skinny so it's uncomfortable for me. I am very happy with the watch, details on the dial, polished-brushed surfaces, shape of the case, accurate and robust movement. Later I bought Tuna because I wanted "grab and go" watch and Tuna has such great history behind itself. Simply unique and great timepiece. Latest acquisition is Seiko King Quartz, I liked it because it gives me color variety, it has quartz movement from golden age of quartz and it has that "Grand Seiko like" dial. :-)
Upper row consists of Volmax Aviator with Poljot 3105 movement and Casio Edifice beater.
My idea was(is) to cover Japanese, Russian, Swiss and German watch industries so to do that I still need one blue Omega Seamaster (Bond or similar) and one Sinn chrono. To fill the box completely.
But who knows in the end, I can also change my mind and fill the box and with Seikos. Anyway, and now Seikos make major part of my collection.
|11-16-2015 06:23 PM|
With the Tuna and Sumo, it looks like you skipped the entry level Seiko divers , and went straight for the great mid-level ones! I got a tuna already, and have been thinking about getting a Sumo. Love your Orange one! How do you like yours?
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|11-15-2015 06:00 PM|
Hello from Croatia!
My Seiko part of collection.