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post #91951 of 117668
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

Thanks very much, MoK. I can't seem to find the exact watch (Casiotron R-16). Maybe I'll have to dig deeper. Would be nice to get the exact date and details.

Unfortunately, my father didn't get to hand it down to me. My brothers and I found it in a box with some of the few belongings of him that we have left when sorting out my mother's apartment. Hence the "wearing with pride" comment smile.gif.

It looks like the R15 and R16 were pretty identical: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/DWL/1work/casio-r-152/

Manual: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/images/casio_manuals/0015.pdf
post #91952 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Dorje View Post

MoK, you keep posting new jackets I haven't seen before!  I like this one best of what you've worn so far, I think it's great.

I've had this one for a few years - it's little oversized and quite long, but is just like wearing a favourite cardigan. The fabric is wonderful.
post #91953 of 117668
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Grey and misty.



Christy's
Zegna
AA
Levi's
Loake

Jacket is an old Zegna Soft - unstructured cashgora - unbelievably warm and soft


DAMN

post #91954 of 117668
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Originally Posted by istasi View Post

or we will not like you very much at all

BA BUM BA BA BUM BUM BUM!! the SWD ultimatum!!

but srs, DP, chillax it jackson. trust.

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NOBD - nice job, love that shirt.
post #91955 of 117668
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

It looks like the R15 and R16 were pretty identical: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/DWL/1work/casio-r-152/

Manual: http://www.digitalwatchlibrary.com/images/casio_manuals/0015.pdf

Thanks! There are some slight differences (mine has an extra button and different back), but I can use the manual. I already found a descriptive manual, but this is the real deal smile.gif.
post #91956 of 117668
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Grey and misty.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


Christy's
Zegna
AA
Levi's
Loake

Jacket is an old Zegna Soft - unstructured cashgora - unbelievably warm and soft

 

i'm really liking those loakes. i can't quite make out what they are though. chelsea boots? chukka?

post #91957 of 117668
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Originally Posted by brck View Post

i'm really liking those loakes. i can't quite make out what they are though. chelsea boots? chukka?

Chukka http://www.loake.co.uk/loake-1880/boot/kempton-rubber-sole.html

I've had both the black calf and suede versions for about 5 yrs and they're still looking good. The black calf are really versatile - work reasonably well with a slim suit as well as jeans.
post #91958 of 117668

 

 

Epaulet x 3

MMM

post #91959 of 117668
i usually hate guncheck (or whatever that is) but those trousers look awesome in that context.
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can anybody share what setups you use to take pictures? i'm using the camera on my phone and the quality is starting to bug me a bit. i don't think i need a dslr or anything, but a decent point-and-shoot should work for me.

post #91961 of 117668
iphone with the TimerCam app + natural light comes out remarkably well

(says the guy with the shitty work bathroom fitpics)
post #91962 of 117668
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Originally Posted by fireflygrave View Post


messy is not always a bad thing

Quoting for emphasis.

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MoK, you have excellent fits everyday.

 

However, today's fit is simply phenomenal.

post #91964 of 117668
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

i usually hate guncheck (or whatever that is) but those trousers look awesome in that context.

they are the best part of the fit.
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@ brck - i use the iphone with the camera+ app. its way better than the stock camera, and i use the timer the app has built in. i have it propped up on a step that would be about equal to the height that a person holding the camera would be at, and the app allows for many brightness adjustments to adjust color if it needs to be. not the best way ever, but i think its pretty ok.

edited because because brad is right on this one.
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"meh" is generous
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