DS, I'm liking your Ball Fireman very much, they look particularly good in the dark, too.
That Breitling Montbrillant Datora bowie278 is very much the sort of watch I dislike; far too much going on, I'd need to put my reading glasses on everything I'd want to see the time, just too fussy.
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Bling watches and someone posts a Nixon? Fail.
Sadly, any bling watch needs to be a Swiss automatic with an in-house movement at very least.
Well, that counts out an awful lot, these days, unless you're paying stupid amounts of money.
That Yema of mine shared its movement with Ramond Weil and Breitling, both pretty 'bling' forty years ago.
Personally, mine are relatively 'bling'; only by comparison with cheap mass-market quartz movement watches. I consider them what are known as 'tool watches', fairly pricey, but pretty plain and unadorned with fussy, useless functions, worn everyday as a functional tool.
A Tudor Pelageos would be my perfect, money-no-object watch:
All titanium case and bracelet.
And what it looks like in the dark: