Ones that got away 24/04/08—10/08/16

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For many years my favourite TimeFactors watch the PRS-18Q. Unfortunately in the end it suffered from the gravest failing a quartz watch can have, the second's…
My first PRS-18Q - probably shouldn't have sold it.
The seconds hand hit on the 12 to 6 side bnit not the 6 to 12 side. This was my second one which had a scratch on the bezel at 11.
A Bulova watch which mimics the bumper electronic pre-quartz movements of the early sixties. This watch's main attraction was a perfectly smooth second hand…
Here's that lovely smooth sweeping hand.
I like a bargain and this UHR DateJust homage was very keely priced and contained the respected ETA 2824-2 movement. Utlimately I found it a little boring and…
Another quartz diver, this time from CWC. These were originally reasonably priced "tool" watches with an interesting military history. However in recent years…
An attractive shot of the CWC Quartz diver. Like I said, great to look at, less good to wear.
This was my second CWC diver. I bought it cheap on eBay and sold it for a small profit despite the scratch on the mineral crystal. The lume as you can see was…
The little brother of the CWC Diver is the CWC G10. A nice, well made Swiss movement inside this small watch but what did it for me was; the small size at 38,…