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your favorite watch?

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post #2 of 46
Where are IWC and/or None of the above? If I had to choose one I would probably say the Jaeger. I like the Dualmatic.
post #3 of 46
The tank , classic and elegant, later surpassed in cost but never in style
post #4 of 46
You forgot a brand....ooooops. I abstain
post #5 of 46
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why people like so much the Omega?
post #6 of 46
Patek for sure
post #7 of 46
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Patek for sure
Just because this is Patek or because you like the watch? I like all of them but i guess the Omega may be the last in my list. My favorite currently may the Seiko (don't laugh.).
post #8 of 46
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You forgot a brand....ooooops. I abstain
vote for your "beauty".
post #9 of 46
The Omega is classic, simple, timeless, and has an antique quality to it. The Cartier is the only other watch on there that I think has the same set of qualities, but I like the leather strap on the Omega so that's why I voted for it.
post #10 of 46
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The Omega is classic, simple, timeless, and has an antique quality to it.  The Cartier is the only other watch on there that I think has the same set of qualities, but I like the leather strap on the Omega so that's why I voted for it.
The JL is much more timeless than the Omega (which looks outdated), it is also simplier (not even a second hand) and as much classical as the Omega (rounded, thin, small size and leather strap)
post #11 of 46
the jl doesn't look like an antique though
post #12 of 46
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The tank , classic and elegant, later surpassed in cost but never in style
I'd say the Cartier tank -- it's the only one besides the B&M to the left of it, that looks timeless & elegant. The Seiko's okay for sport, I suppose.
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I'd say the Cartier tank -- it's the only one besides the B&M to the left of it, that looks timeless & elegant.  The Seiko's okay for sport, I suppose.
The JL doesn't look elegant and classic, neither the Patek does? Seiko = for casual
post #14 of 46
Definately the Cartier. Definately not the best mechanically, but for timeless elegance and style, it cannot be beaten.
post #15 of 46
Ernest, do you use them? Only two of them are within an hour of each other.
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