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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster View Post

It doesn't look small on you.

agreed. looks very nice indeed.
post #12272 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Mark Anthony View Post

Longines Conquest Heritage re-issue (c. 2006). 35mm Hesalite version.
I think it is too small on me. Thoughts.
Thinking of selling and getting the 2 register Longines Master Chrono as my only dress watch for now.
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Nice looking watch and the perfect size for you. Anything bigger would be pushing your good taste.

And FWIW your suggested "upgrade" is nice as well but it isn't a dress watch...
post #12273 of 48312
Looks good, and for dress watches I wouldn't push the whole size thing. I would have guessed 39mm.
post #12274 of 48312
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

Looks good, and for dress watches I wouldn't push the whole size thing. I would have guessed 39mm.

+1.. agreed. I think it looks great! nod[1].gif
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What can anyone tell me about this? It's a 40mm which I feel is a better size for me although it does not seem to be made anymore. Any info?

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post #12276 of 48312

Are you sure it's real?  Looks a little fishy to me, but I'm not a Pan expert.

post #12277 of 48312

You might post it on the Pan section of Timezone.  Most likely someone there could tell you what you want to know.

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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

What can anyone tell me about this? It's a 40mm which I feel is a better size for me although it does not seem to be made anymore. Any info? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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It's a Luminor Power Reserve Pam 125. It has a automatic movement. This watch was made for production years, E-F-G-H which dates the watch from 2002-2005. This was discontinue after the H series.
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I'm glad it's the real thing, for Kid's sake.  Sorry, not my cuppa.  I do think a 40 mm watch is plenty large for all but the biggest wrists.  Enjoy it.

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Looked at your link.  Wow, that's a big list, esp the "limited editions".  That's one peeve that I have about many watches, too many special, limited, etc editions.  Omega, AP RO, Paneri, etc.  It gets to where they are not so special or limited anymore.  My 2¢. 

post #12282 of 48312

greetings, im new to the forums here and thought id ask your opinions on this vintage 1941 longines.

 

http://mattsinger.net/product/vintage-watches

 

Is it worth the price? I love the simple and vintage look, but is there something better to be had for that amount of money? I'm not looking to spend much over 1,500 usd. 

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in the wild

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You teez stitches :( ...

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