Joined March 2021
Joined March 2021
My watch collection
This was my first Swiss watch that I acquired with my first scholarship money. I really liked that combination of black and yellow colors and its sporty design. Today it doesn’t have any wrist time at all (it’s a quartz), but I still keep it as a memory of my first watch that I acquired with my own money.
Longines HydroConquest Automatic
My first automatic diver. I bought it because I liked the funky colors - dark red bezel and white creamy dial. It’s a very sturdy and reliable watch. It came on bracelet but I swapped it to a NATO strap to make it lighter and have a more utilitarian look. With its unusual colors, it’s a perfect watch for summer!
Omega Seamaster AquaTerra
A perfect everyday watch, a serious contender for the one-watch collection. I really like the 38.5mm case and the white dial with pink gold hands and markers just looks amazing. A dealer at the airport had a nice discount on that watch, so I simply couldn't pass this opportunity.
Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph Automatic
This watch was a birthday gift from my wife. As much as I like its sporty look, ceramic bezel and all the small details of the case and crown, unfortunately I cannot wear it because of the huge 43mm case which is too big for my tiny wrist. I guess it was a lesson for me to always try the watch before the purchase. So, today it's patiently seating in its box unworn waiting to make happy his future owner.
Omega Speedmaster Professional
My grail chronograph watch. As simple as that. According to the Omega boutique in my city, I bought the last moonwatch available in my country before the release of the 2021 update. Why didn’t I wait for the new moonwatch? Mainly because I thought I didn’t want to pay additional 1k EUR for a DON and a new movement and I didn’t mind the old bracelet :)