The countdown has begun! I will guide you through my watch flipping journey. One by one. From the first to the last. What made me buy it? What made me sell it? More than 350 watches has come and gone during the years. Instead of boring you with too much technical details I will try to focus on giving you my thoughts and refelections and at the same time trying to add a personal touch to my journey by sharing some moments when the watches has accompanied me through life. Read and enjoy!
No 30 – Ocean7 G-1 GMT
remember this but when I looked through my archive I discovered that I found
this watch from a seller in Denmark in mid February 2010. I don’t remember much
about the watch either but if I’m not mistaken it was a 300m diver that
measured 42mm excl. crown and that there was an ETA movement inside. I think
the clasp on the bracelet might have been broken and that’s why I wore it on a
nato strap. Unfortunately I didn’t manage to take any good pictures. Instead I
took three pictures when all the hands were located at the same place. Nice!
#30 – The Ocean7 G-1 GMT on an army green nato.
All hands clustered up together.
this one away for a Seiko SBDA005 and I actually think I got a little bit of
cash on the side. That deal would not happen today! Impossible. This was my
last Ocean7. I had my eyes on their LM-7 for a while but never bought one.