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How about something like this: I'm not talking about the brand itself, but a similar type of watch. I think Zenith also has something like this.
I'm sorry, I want to tell the time, not find Atlantis.
post #17 of 119
I was just thinking about something that wasn't too understated
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I was just thinking about something that wasn't too understated
I think there is a place in a gentleman's wardrobe for both understated watches and interesting watches. Such cannot be said for shirts, for they are vulgar if they are too interesting.
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(Roy @ May 15 2005,16:00) How about something like this: I'm not talking about the brand itself, but a similar type of watch. I think Zenith also has something like this.
I'm sorry, I want to tell the time, not find Atlantis.
PHV: How to find Atlantis: Plus: Jon.
post #20 of 119
I like the Omega de Ville series, they're pretty dressy without looking 'old'. They're also not over the top as the watch i've posted above.
post #21 of 119
Christiaan van der Klaaw is very nice. Much like Parminigani Fleurier. I am also fond of the 19th century Urban/Jules Jurgensen watches from Copehagen. To find Atlantis one needs the Caliber 89 perhaps.
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I love Parmigiani Fleurier, but it's pretty damn expensive.
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Christiaan van der Klaaw is very nice. Much like Parminigani Fleurier. I am also fond of the 19th century Urban/Jules Jurgensen watches from Copehagen. To find Atlantis one needs the Caliber 89 perhaps.
Can't find Atlantis, but it's nice nonetheless: (I like either Mono-push chronographs, or Rattrapants which utilize at least 3 buttons...) Jon.
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(LabelKing @ May 15 2005,19:49) Christiaan van der Klaaw is very nice. Much like Parminigani Fleurier. I am also fond of the 19th century Urban/Jules Jurgensen watches from Copehagen. To find Atlantis one needs the Caliber 89 perhaps.
Can't find Atlantis, but it's nice nonetheless: (I like either Mono-push chronographs, or Rattrapants which utilize at least 3 buttons...) Jon.
Is that some kind of abridged Roadster, or is that the Tortue? I really like the roadster chrono, but for now the Oris fills that position until I can justify spending that much on a casual watch.
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,May 15 2005,16:53
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Originally Posted by LabelKing,May 15 2005,19:49
Christiaan van der Klaaw is very nice. Much like Parminigani Fleurier. I am also fond of the 19th century Urban/Jules Jurgensen watches from Copehagen. To find Atlantis one needs the Caliber 89 perhaps.
Can't find Atlantis, but it's nice nonetheless: (I like either Mono-push chronographs, or Rattrapants which utilize at least 3 buttons...) Jon.
Is that some kind of abridged Roadster, or is that the Tortue? I really like the roadster chrono, but for now the Oris fills that position until I can justify spending that much on a casual watch.
I do not believe this based on the Roadster; it is a tourneau shaped watch which Cartier had done rather early on. This has some type of tourbullion added.
post #26 of 119
I really like that Cartier watch. Is it still being made? How much would she cost?
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(PHV @ May 15 2005,17:42)
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Originally Posted by LabelKing,May 15 2005,19:49
Christiaan van der Klaaw is very nice. Much like Parminigani Fleurier. I am also fond of the 19th century Urban/Jules Jurgensen watches from Copehagen. To find Atlantis one needs the Caliber 89 perhaps.
Can't find Atlantis, but it's nice nonetheless: (I like either Mono-push chronographs, or Rattrapants which utilize at least 3 buttons...) Jon.
Is that some kind of abridged Roadster, or is that the Tortue? I really like the roadster chrono, but for now the Oris fills that position until I can justify spending that much on a casual watch.
I do not believe this based on the Roadster; it is a tourneau shaped watch which Cartier had done rather early on. This has some type of tourbullion added.
Must be a modified Tortue then. Cartier is famous for its Tortue and for its Tank.
post #28 of 119
It's a Tortue with a tourbillon and mono-push chronograph. Jon.
post #29 of 119
I'm guessing at least 40-50k...I haven't the slightest idea other than its way more than I'm willing to pay.
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I'm guessing at least 40-50k...I haven't the slightest idea other than its way more than I'm willing to pay.
You're way off base; it's more like $110K (probably even more than that). Jon. (its out of my budget too I'm afraid...)
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