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Originally Posted by Torrente View Post
Have been looking at this as an option for a dress watch . . .

Would appreciate some opinions . .

http://www.frederique-constant.com/e...C-393MC6B6.htm

Thanks


Or this one.

http://www.frederique-constant.com/e...FC-303S6B6.htm

Sorry for the additional post
post #2312 of 48312
I love chronographs but they're not dress watches.
post #2313 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Torrente View Post
Or this one.

That's more of a dress watch.

But less is more, as far as dress goes.

post #2314 of 48312
Thank you for the reply.

I agree completely . . .

Any opinion on the quality?
post #2315 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Tomasso View Post
The pairing of a tool watch with a suit denotes a tool.
- wow.. Harsh words.. I have to disagree.. But I'm no tool..
post #2316 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
- wow.. Harsh words.. .
You're probably right. My woman has a headache so there's some trickle down.



That said, there are dress watches and there are sport/tool watches.
post #2317 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Willsw View Post
Please forgive my asking questions in this thread instead of posting pictures, I just didn't think this warranted a new topic, and I don't feel like signing up to Timezone.

Does anyone know the strap size for this Seiko? I'm going to order it from Roachman, but also want to order a leather band at the same time, because I don't like bracelets and don't want to wait to measure it myself. Thanks a lot.

I'll also re-post this photo by sanrensho, which confirmed that I needed this watch as my first automatic, and needed it to have a leather strap.


I just double-checked my watch. The strap size is 18mm. Also the buckle size is 16mm.
post #2318 of 48312
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Originally Posted by sonick View Post

Got it today! Nato strap is temporary, bidded on this watchadoo lumpy bracelet for it:



Thought you might enjoy this interesting review of your watch:

http://www.thepurists.com/watch/features/8ohms/7s26/
post #2319 of 48312
Another pick out from the collection;



/M
post #2320 of 48312
^ Awesome.
post #2321 of 48312
Some more;



Tudor Submariner ref 79090

/M
post #2322 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Singular View Post
Some more;
Tudor Submariner ref 79090

/M
- I do like the older dials on the Tudor & Rolex.. Less bling!

Few of the same 233J (I know there is not much love for Panerai's here but I wear for me not the haters.. )

Yesterday


Today
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
Few of the same 233J (I know there is not much love for Panerai's here but I wear for me not the haters.. )

Yesterday


Today

That's a damned handsome watch. I have problems getting my cuffs around those wrist beasts, but I love 'em.
post #2324 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Tomasso View Post
That's more of a dress watch.

But less is more, as far as dress goes.


mmm 5120
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