Hi all, Not been around for a while as I think a spate of highly-strung conservatism from a minority of members put me off. I daresay it's still about, but largely I trust the members of this forum to have good humour and opinions so I'd like to ask the ones who like watches about some watches: I have girl-wrists, I currently wear a Tissot quartz PR50, and have a 1956 Omega Ladymatic (455 movement, like this one) that I keep snaffled away for special occasions (I really ought to get it out more often and at least give it a turn and a shake). Anyway I'm after a new watch which is somewhere between the two, and an automatic. I fancied a Seamaster until I found all the smaller ones that would suit my wrist are quartz, not that I could really afford the price of the larger chronos anyway. So I'm torn between a couple, firstly - this pretty little thing - who has heard of Uhren von UHR? http://www.uhr.info/products/en/Three-Hand-watches-from-UHR/UHR-205.html - it seems to have the movement that most ladies' automatics have. Any experiences? Secondly as a less surprising substitute for a Seamaster would be the almost amusingly named (especially when also looking at SeaMasters) HydroConquest! But it's handsome and relatively cheap for a nice automatic: http://www.austenjewellers.co.uk/product/ladies-longines-automatic-hydroconquest-watch-1 - bases on an L595 movement which is apparently a modified ETA 2000-1. Any thoughts? Also any other suggestions? Edit/ It turns out there are only two of the UHR-205 left! Argh!