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The Watch Appreciation Thread

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After seeing some nice watch pics in other threads, I thought this forum deserved its very own watch p0rn thread.

So here is a home to post your pictures of your watches (I think it's more interesting if we stick to our own watches rather than reposting stock photos or other people's scans)

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I'll start

Panerai PAM210, modified with 18k gold plating on hands
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It is very difficult to concentrate on the Panerai with that fantastic-looking espresso staring me in the face. What I'm wearing today... Wittnauer / Longines from the 50's
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!957 Omega Ranchero



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It is very difficult to concentrate on the Panerai with that fantastic-looking espresso staring me in the face.
I hear you - sipping an espresso lungo outside on a sunny day is one of those simple pleasures... This was in Verona last year

Nice watch btw - is it a bumper automatic?
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OB - the Ranchero is awesome - is your collection 100% Omega?
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I'll start

Panerai PAM210, modified with 18k gold plating on hands

God dang gdl that is sweet. Love the modification.
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I hear you - sipping an espresso lungo outside on a sunny day is one of those simple pleasures... This was in Verona last year

Nice watch btw - is it a bumper automatic?

Thanks; it is a rotorwind movement by Longines.

I'm going back to daydreaming about a sunny patio and crema-laden espresso...
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Louis Vuitton Tambour (from the first batch released about 5 years ago).



1950-60s 14k Longines Mystery Dial (photo from seller)



Rolex Datejust SS/WG fluted bezel jubilee bracelet


Glashutte Original PanoReserve (my new baby we've all heard about)



The gold engraving on the back is all done by hand
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Second try. My 1954 Turn-O-Graph:

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What I'm wearing today... Wittnauer / Longines from the 50's

That's a fantastic looking watch, Hoff. I'd like to own a 1950s or 60s Longines in gold.
Here's my modest contribution for now.

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Nice thead! The Panerai looks fantastic. Here's my modest contribution.



Longines limited edition (double anniversary : 130 years Longines, 165 years watchmaking - no idea what the latter means) from 1997.
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Sticking to the Italian theme...


Cruising on the autostrada on our way to the Cinqueterre

PAM118 on mustard Dirk strap


Checking time against the piazza's one-hand clock in Siena (same watch)
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And a couple more Panerai - posing for the lens...

PAM195


PAM98 on pre-V strap
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