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post #1186 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II View Post
Nice Jaeger Eustace - the commercial pic is cool - your pics suck

+1 on both

I'd like to see a wrist shot !

You should also try to step a bit further away from the watch and zoom in - that will often help with focus
post #1187 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post
Just got my new JLC Master Geographic (40mm). I am a rotten photographer and I cannot get out a good pic. These two were honestly the best of the lot (and they're pretty sad too). The third pic is a commercial pic so people can actually tell what the damn thing looks like.






Absolutely beautiful Eustace, congratulations.
post #1188 of 48312
Influenced by the full moon and Eustace's new Geo, here are some JLCs and a UN.

JLC Master Moon Phase.


JLC Master Ultra Thin.


JLC Master Geographic. Older 38mm model.


Stack-O-JLC


UN Michelangelo Big Date.
post #1189 of 48312
Beautiful!

If you don't mind, could you please post more pics of the UN - a side-shot and a wrist-shot in particular would be helpful.

Thanks.
post #1190 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post
Beautiful!

If you don't mind, could you please post more pics of the UN - a side-shot and a wrist-shot in particular would be helpful.

Thanks.


Sure thing.
This watch is a b*tch to photograph though. The crystal is flat side to side but
curved top to bottom and it's difficult not to get bad reflections.





post #1191 of 48312
Thank you for the additional pics - beautiful watch.

Also thanks to Panzer and gdl203. I will try taking some more pics, incl a wrist shot, in the morning.
post #1192 of 48312
Hi Guys,

What do you think of this Rolex Tudor 1956 vintage, because I'm thinking of buying it...throw in how much you think i should pay up to

thankyou
LL
post #1193 of 48312
I got the Louis Vuitton Tambour when the first came out in 2002 and have since had the original brown calf strap on it...well, 5 years of wear will make it rancid and smelled horrible.
I went into LV today to get a new one and they don't make those anymore so I would have to take the brown croc....I opted for this saffron (a bit more yellow in person) croc strap instead.
I figure it's a fashion watch, so...

post #1194 of 48312
It all begins and ends here:

post #1195 of 48312
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
It all begins and ends here:

No sh*t
post #1196 of 48312
I will probably end up buying the Rolex Tudor as posted above.
Please let me know what you think or what opinion you have of them
post #1197 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Delle View Post
I will probably end up buying the Rolex Tudor as posted above.
Please let me know what you think or what opinion you have of them

I like it - and I typically dont like Rolex.
post #1198 of 48312
No finesse, it's a brute. 44x17
Schaumburg AquaBlack 2



post #1199 of 48312
Lindeburgh and Benson is a weird company. Did you get that from Rob at watchbuys? He was selling those for $1500 or whatever and L&B was selling the same watch (as NauticFish, I think) for like $500 on ebay. That's a great startegy, undercut your one and only retailer
post #1200 of 48312
Are those good diving watches?
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