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Ernest, do you use them? Only two of them are within an hour of each other.
Yes as i take them on pic
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How useful can they be if they are not on time?
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How useful can they be if they are not on time?
To take pics
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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
Patek is okay, I guess.  For Bourgeois.  But that particular style appears unremarkable. JL I no like.  Too Movado-esque and stylized minimalism. Also I no like the Omega with small second hand -- I know that many old Omegas have this, I just no like.
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Patek is okay, I guess.  For Bourgeois.  But that particular style appears unremarkable. JL I no like.  Too Movado-esque and stylized minimalism. Also I no like the Omega with small second hand -- I know that many old Omegas have this, I just no like.
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Patek is okay, I guess. For Bourgeois. But that particular style appears unremarkable.
Have you ever seen it in real? Put it on your wrist? I assure you it is remarkable, i wouldn't have paid so much for a banal watch... And this is THE Patek style you reconize easily even if it is not trendy nowadays.
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JL I no like. Too Movado-esque and stylized minimalism.
Funny comparaison. Same question as for Patek. Yes it is minimalist but not more than the Patek.
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Also I no like the Omega with small second hand -- I know that many old Omegas have this, I just no like
I thought you didn't like too minimalist watches?
post #21 of 46
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What about the watches you like the less or dislike? Boucheron, B&M or Seiko ?
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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.
Oops. I misread the post and didn't see your pictures. I thought were asking about the brands in general. I didn't realize you were asking about your watches specifically.
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I think the Boucheron is the only one I begin to like and even it has flaw(s). The rest... top row: too sleek 80s looking; too big; too ugly bottom row: looks okay but it's really hard to see; hate the metal band; nice deco style though the band leaves a bit to be desired; ugh, what a horrible oval shape. bob
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I think the Boucheron is the only one I begin to like and even it has flaw(s).  The rest... top row: too sleek 80s looking; too big; too ugly bottom row: looks okay but it's really hard to see; hate the metal band; nice deco style though the band leaves a bit to be desired; ugh, what a horrible oval shape. bob
You don't like oval? Why? Can you show me some pics of watches you like cause you seem to like nothing = no round, no oval, no bracelet, no sport watch...
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(scnupe7 @ June 22 2005,21:21) 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.
Oops. I misread the post and didn't see your pictures.  I thought were asking about the brands in general.  I didn't realize you were asking about your watches specifically.
You thought i would have put Boucheron and B&M and Seiko and NOT Vacheron, AP or Breguet?
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I think the Boucheron is the only one I begin to like and even it has flaw(s).  The rest... top row: too sleek 80s looking; too big; too ugly bottom row: looks okay but it's really hard to see; hate the metal band; nice deco style though the band leaves a bit to be desired; ugh, what a horrible oval shape. bob
this watch is ugly and big for you? My Webpage
post #27 of 46
I actually like the Seiko best, asthetically. The others are nice, but not for me. At least from what I can see in that pic. In person I think my opinion might change.
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In person I think my opinion might change.
Yes as = pic real on wrist = 3 differents things. The JL is dull on pic, nice in hand and wonderfull on wrist for exemple. Same for the Patek.
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(topcatny @ June 23 2005,16:00) In person I think my opinion might change.
Yes as = pic real on wrist = 3 differents things. The JL is dull on pic, nice in hand and wonderfull on wrist for exemple. Same for the Patek.
Exactly what I was thinking. I was intrigued by the JL, but from the pic it doesn't appear to be anything special. The Patek is fantastic I am sure, personally I am not fond of the shape.
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(ernest @ June 23 2005,10:02)
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Originally Posted by topcatny,June 23 2005,16:00
In person I think my opinion might change.
Yes as = pic real on wrist = 3 differents things. The JL is dull on pic, nice in hand and wonderfull on wrist for exemple. Same for the Patek.
Exactly what I was thinking.  I was intrigued by the JL, but from the pic it doesn't appear to be anything special.  The Patek is fantastic I am sure, personally I am not fond of the shape.
Check my second link for the JL. I like the oval shape because you don't see many = original
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