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 I'd certainly be interested in a few pairs. If you'd rather sell them all in one go, I'll take all of them for the sake of convenience (depending on pricing). I'll send you a PM.
 Second Mimo's suggestion that you consider Heuer if you're going vintage.  The Heuer Autavia is an absolute classic, and prices have increased quite a lot over the past 5-10 years. It's pretty hard to find a good, round-cased one and the more common models are the 1970s ones with that classic, 1970s-style slightly elongated case.  The Heuer Carrera is also a classic chrono and, while is doesn't have a bezel, it has a scale (albeit without numbers) that runs around the...
 They're really quite different styles. Most of Poole's ties (the ones that aren't plain) have woven patterns, often with quite large, colourful motifs. Most of Drake's patterned ties are printed, rather than having the patterns woven.  Most SF members, as a generalisation, tend to prefer printed patterns, rather than woven patterns, as they tend to be a bit more classic and a bit less conspicuous (unless we're talking about the giant, bright pink-and-yellow printed...
 I've tried on a friend's PP Nautilus and I really liked both the look and feel of it. However, although the Aquanaut and the Nautilus are similar, the Aquanaut doesn't appeal to me at all. I much prefer the dial of the Nautilus, including the pattern on the dial and the stick markers instead of numbers.
  I think that you are infringing* on fxh's territory with that sort of terrible joke.
 Well, that would explain the "compost" smell...   Shouldn't any decent hairdresser or barber give you a "bespoke" haircut? If you join the army and get a haircut, then you might not have much choice in what you get. Apart from that, though, when you go to the hairdresser or barber, they should typically ask you what you want and, if you like, have a chat with you about the sort of hairstyle that will suit your face and hair, and so you're getting a bespoke haircut.  
  "The computer says "NO!""
 That's hilarious. “We have sheep in Italy that we own,” Rahman said, “so we get to cut out the middleman.” Combatant Gentlemen’s sheep are on the same farm as Tom Ford’s sheep..." So they own Italian sheep on the same farm as Tom Ford's sheep? I'm sure that there's a joke in there somewhere. I always thought that the vast majority of sheep in Italy are used for milk production (so as to make cheese), rather than grown for wool. There was I thinking that most high-end...
 Agreed. Herringbone and R&B look like clones which, of course, is not surprising given that they're both owned by Van Laack but it's a pity that VL has merged them to such an extent that they're pretty much indistinguishable from each other, and they're both uninspiring, too. They're even using the same terms to describe colours now - "bandeira stripe" and so on (whatever the heck "bandeira" is - it seems to be a bright green). Someone posted a while back that Suit Supply...
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