The Watch Thread - Part 15

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Seiko SRP467J

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For those who are still following, Liow buy Tudor GMT video is out liao~ :s12:
[YOUTUBE-HD]DhJn5SpQPwA[/YOUTUBE-HD]
 

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vintage size will prolly be 36mm.

tbh, most asians don't have big wrists like angmohs. our wrists are usually 6inch to 6.75inch. in this case, 40mm should be the about the max for us.

wearing bigger watches just makes our wrist look small. but ok, personal preference.

and the lug to lug for the murph watch is 52mm. I don't think many asians will be able to pull that off.

From what I read it’s the same size as show.
Anyway ang mo don’t really care, many ppl wear oversize
https://timeandtidewatches.com/list-six-mens-watches-that-look-incredible-on-women-and-why/
 

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Hey all, been lurking around here for long and being poisoned by the watches here. Just asking, I have a rather small wrist (around 5.5 inch) and im looking to save up for a GS snowflake. Will it be too big for my wrist? From research its dial size is about 41mm and im afraid it wouldnt fit my size
 

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Hey all, been lurking around here for long and being poisoned by the watches here. Just asking, I have a rather small wrist (around 5.5 inch) and im looking to save up for a GS snowflake. Will it be too big for my wrist? From research its dial size is about 41mm and im afraid it wouldnt fit my size

Wrist size not important, wrist width is. Vis-a-vis lug to lug length of the GS snowflake. Not impossible, lug to lug length of Snowflake is 48mm.
 

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Hey all, been lurking around here for long and being poisoned by the watches here. Just asking, I have a rather small wrist (around 5.5 inch) and im looking to save up for a GS snowflake. Will it be too big for my wrist? From research its dial size is about 41mm and im afraid it wouldnt fit my size

Go try and see if you like the size. Nothing beats trying the real thing!
 

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For those who are still following, Liow buy Tudor GMT video is out liao~ :s12:
[YOUTUBE-HD]DhJn5SpQPwA[/YOUTUBE-HD]

So shiok can still buy tio GMT in local boutique . Anyway is it true that now they don’t provide extra strap?
 

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Hey all, been lurking around here for long and being poisoned by the watches here. Just asking, I have a rather small wrist (around 5.5 inch) and im looking to save up for a GS snowflake. Will it be too big for my wrist? From research its dial size is about 41mm and im afraid it wouldnt fit my size

Have to try to know, but I suspect it might be too big for your wrist, but then some don’t mind big watches
 
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