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Uncensored Japanese watch porn

by Michael Weare
7 October, 2011
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Michael Weare has been a professional writer for 30 years, writing about Japanese technology, German and Italian cars, British tailoring and Swiss watches. Michael manages the editorial content of Click Tempus and will be keeping the magazine fresh and informative with regular features, as well as bringing great writers to the magazine. Email: michael@clicktempus.com

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Admit it, you love wristwatch porn. You can sit for hours, mouth agape as those big, sexy dials, hot lugs, and perfectly polished sinuous steel bracelets slowly turn and writhe before your eyes. Teasing, tantalizing, making you want to rush to the bathroom to secretly order them on your tablet PC. You want them so bad.

Japanese website www.watch-tanaka.com understands your cravings, and supplies an endless stream of beautifully produced watch porn complete with sleazy sax music for the hard core watch addict to pore over in his darkened bedroom.

Of course Japanese watches may not be your thing, perhaps only Swiss, German or American does it for you. Or maybe the sight of a quartz second hand rhythmically pumping its way around the dial offends your eyes – or worse still, it could be full frontal digital. If that’s the case, look away now because this series of movies features Japanese watches only.

Seiko Brightz Solar Wave Active Matrics SDGA001

This is possibly the most offensive video for watch purists. The watch is digital, quartz, solar powered and of course, Japanese. But what a watch. It has world time and it’s remote controlled so it has radio wave automatic updating each day from your nearest low frequency wireless transmitter. Prices ranges from around $700 to $1000.

Orient M Force WV0021EL

Released this year and water resistant to 200m, this Orient M Force with its sexy deep blue dial runs on an automatic calibre 40N5A movement with a 40 hour power reserve. If you seek this out on Ebay you can probably pick one up for around $699

Grand Seiko SBGX009

Grand Seiko is only sold in Japan and is ultra high quality; you really need to get your hands on one to appreciate it. The case and dial have a superb finish and were crafted with great attention to detail. The 9F61 movement used in this Grand Seiko is guaranteed to +- 10 seconds a year, but most run even more accurately. Nothing flashy or showy, just superlative craftsmanship. You may be able to pick one up for around $1,500

Casio Oceanus Manta OCW-S1200P-7AJF

This is another remote controlled atomic time reception watch which is solar powered so it’s very light on the battery. If it can’t pick up a time signal it simply reverts to quartz. It gives you world time in 29 cities and measures a chunky 47.2mm x 42.3mm. Usually available for around $1,499

Seiko Prospex Fieldmaster SBDC011

Released last year, this is another Seiko that is not so easy to find outside of Japan. Here for your further edification is the watch description translated from Japanese:

Seiko Prospex FieldMaster SBDC011. Born from the original technology patent exterior Seiko (20) and the endless diversion and take advantage of evolving as a field watch. Help in an emergency, “Emergency Signal Code” notation on the back nine species to pigs – WTF? Retails for around $850 from Japan, and just over $1k if imported.

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Michael Weare has been a professional writer for 30 years, writing about Japanese technology, German and Italian cars, British tailoring and Swiss watches. Michael manages the editorial content of Click Tempus and will be keeping the magazine fresh and informative with regular features, as well as bringing great writers to the magazine. Email: michael@clicktempus.com

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  1. Rich

    Well i for one love Japanese watches! In fact i don’t discriminate – a cool watch is cool wherever it’s origin!

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