For years I have been a constant flipper, watches coming in and out of my collection, sometimes staying no longer than 48 hours before I traded them out for something else. This habit has gone on for years, and what I have now is many deep regrets about watches I wish I had held on to, or at least enjoyed a bit while I did have them. So as an experiment, im wearing one watch all day every day for a week before putting a different watch on. I have posted about this over on Reddit. so this is the recap.
WEEK 1 RECAP: Last week was : Scurfa Diver One D1-500.
Scurfa is a great very small Micro brand based out of England, that makes very high quality professional saturation diving watches. The founder and owner, Paul Scurfield, is in his primary job, a professional off-shore saturation diver in the North Sea. while spending his weeks submerged hundreds of meters below the surface in a heliox enriched diving bell, he realized him and his team needed better deep dive watches, so he designed the Diver One line. Ive owned 3 Scurfa watches, and I love them! here is a pic re-cap of last week.
Week 2, Day 1: Watch of the week: Helm Vanuatu
This is my second Helm Vanuatu, I had a V2 a few years ago, and this is my V4. Helm has all of their watches ISO6425 certified as Dive watches, (Fun fact, if a watch says Divers, or Dive Watch printed on the dial, then its ISO certified. however that doesnt stop some brands from doing it anyway). 300M, Vitron O-Rings, NH35, lumed bezel, and very well fitting and comfy. It almost has Sinn 104 vibe to it.
being stuck working from home for the past 6 months has made me bored, this is a way to have some fun.
Feel free to join me, Ill try to add the new pic of the day every day here.