Nearing the end of June, my collection is still in single digits. It seems I can't go much beyond that. I am "grailing" (new verb for pining?) for a Seiko SBDX001 MM300 unless someone warns me that its movement and crown are too unreliable to mess with (with repair costs in Japan costing 40% of the watch's value). If I were too stop buying watches for 2 years, I might get a Breitling Super Avenger II with Arabic numerals. But how things can change in 2 years. Regarding the MM300, that would be a possible buy around my birthday in late October. So here we go (still learning how to use the Canon T5i as you can see):
Below are the Citizen Promaster Sky, both in black and silver. If I had to pick one, I'd pick the former but I love them both. Who knows? Perhaps I'd sell the silver one to fund an MM300, but we shall see.
Next is the Seiko Tuna with a 5-year quartz battery on a Strapcode Super Engineer II:
The Tuna marks my transition from gaudy fashion watches as I remember being drawn to the Tuna's striking lume and general toolishness.
Next is my Orient Saturation Diver:
Here is my kinetic thorn in the side, which forces me to do power walks 4 days a week to "keep it alive," my Seiko SUN019:
And finally my latest acquisition, the Seiko SRP655 Ceramic Tuna Diver: