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I love my Speedy and it's been a part of my collection for years. Always wear it on july 20th. But I'm having sinister thoughts about trading up for a 36mm Explorer I. That would leave me without a chronograph though. Really lovely on a dressy brown strap. Or casual on a Hirsch Carbon.
It's a spectacular looking watch, just a little "out there" for my taste Handled the black dial/green crystal in denmark last week and I have to say it had me seriously tempted, but I always go for the boring choice
I think the regular black dialled Milgauss along with the black dial ExpII are the most underrated watches from Rolex
It's the only way to keep the hoards of tourists away:D
This summer I've set myself the goal of being able to do a one arm pushup. And although I'm destined to never succeed I will enjoy the challenge and what I hope will give me a hint of masculine muscularity.
Anybody here have any experience with the oysterdate precision 6694? These are getting a bit old now, but I love the simple clean design of them. How is the 6694 regarded in Rolex folklore? Pic from passions.com
TheWho This is a place to start your research if you plan on going to Norway. Some nice photography as well. http://www.visitnorway.com/us/ Oslo has a lot of great museums. http://www.munchmuseet.no/ http://www.nasjonalmuseet.no/no/museumsbygninger/nasjonalmuseet__arkitektur/ http://www.nasjonalmuseet.no/no/museumsbygninger/nasjonalgalleriet/ http://afmuseet.no/ March is pretty glum as it's quite dark and cold and there will be snow most places above 500meters.
Looks great. What size is it?
TheWho This is a place to start your research if you plan on going to Norway. Some nice photography as well.http://www.visitnorway.com/us/March is pretty glum as it's quite dark and cold and there will be snow most places above 500meters.
Should have gone with TOJ lamb. Human skin takes forever to break in.
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