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Installed custom firmware into my camera, just playing around with it:
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From this weeks WAYWT









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Wow, just out of curiosity, how easily available is that IWC Portofino in that particular color combo?
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Wow, just out of curiosity, how easily available is that IWC Portofino in that particular color combo?

That's a Portuguese Chrono, though that particular model has been discontinued.
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I'm developing an attraction to this one - any experiences?
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Before long you're hanging out on TimeZone with the WIS's looking to score JLC's and Pateks and trying to convince your kids there's a certain "nobility" to community college.

How true!
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BP lemans big date in classic black dial



What's the diameter of this watch? Was never a BP fan, but this one is very nice.
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I was looking at that AquaLung instead of my Type XXI.

I want to say it is 39mm or 40.5.
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What's the diameter of this watch? Was never a BP fan, but this one is very nice.

I believe that model is a 40mm case.
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Whats the consensus on JLCs Reverso Classique watch? Never considered JLC as a serious watch as its reversible feature seemed a bit gimmicky to me. But my AD said that its a great watch for the money and tends to be under appreciated by the market. He also told me that JLC makes all their movements in-house.
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Thread Starter 
Iconic watch. One of the true classics. Very elegant IMO. I tend to prefer the medium-size 'Grande Taille' case to the smaller 'Classique' but YMMV
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I'm developing an attraction to this one - any experiences?



No experience, but I love it! Is this new? Very retro looking.
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Installed custom firmware into my camera, just playing around with it:


Nice Seiko.
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No experience, but I love it! Is this new? Very retro looking.

+1, Very schhooweet.
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No experience, but I love it! Is this new? Very retro looking.
Junghans is one of germanys older watch manufacturers I believe. This is one ot the "Max Bill" series Designed by ... "Max Bill, contemporary of the Bauhaus generation, friend of Gropius, Le Corbusier and van der Rohe. The brilliant painter, designer, sculptor and architect designed this wristwatch, which has now been brought out in the original design - with a mechanical movement, of 1962. Max Bill by JUNGHANS wristwatches come in four original designs and also as original wall clocks designed by Max Bill in the Fifties. " smal blog entry : http://www.eleventhvolume.com/miscel...-for-junghans/ (not mine) Had a look at the Chronoschope last year, but decided to pass. to colose to one of my vintage ones. But nice. HTH Speed
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