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? Almost 400 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!
Here we go
again. Yes, it’s another SKX diver. The case is the regular 42mm SKX-case with
the crown placed at four o’clock and the dial is the same as the SKX173 but it’s
yellow instead of black. What more can I say that haven’t already been said
while writing about the SKX007/009/011/173? Well, the SKXA35 is probably the one
of them with the most summer feeling. The striking yellow dial is really nice
and I loved to combine it with light blue shirts. My first one was bought new in the
end of April 2011 from eBay. I also ordered a 22mm shark mesh bracelet for it. I didn’t
realize back then that the stock jubilee bracelet actually was the real deal.
#76 - The Seiko SKXA35. Here on a shark mesh bracelet.
one was bought used in February 2014 and was kept for a couple of weeks. A great
summer’s watch indeed but I bought it during the wrong season.
#215 - Wrist shot at work.
more to add except that I'll probably buy one again.