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PG, Have you given up wearing your green sub? A
- Kermit went MIA between Singapore & Korea a few months ago...
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and I'm a watch freak.

My favorites at the moment...












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love to see the JLC's.. beautiful guys...
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and I'm a watch freak.
My favorites at the moment...
- nice collection.. & I don;t usually say this on this thread..
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Brand new Sinn 756 UTC S But thinking about selling it already to make room my new Omeeega
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Brand new Sinn 756 UTC S

But thinking about selling it already to make room my new Omeeega




Very cool.

Stunning photos!!!!

Gaz
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Brand new Sinn 756 UTC S

But thinking about selling it already to make room my new Omeeega
- really? Which Omega as this has so much more going!
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- really? Which Omega as this has so much more going!

I've been eyeing either a Seamaster 300 or a Speedmaster 376.0822...both of which are vintages from the 60s and 70s respectively.

After purchasing the Sinn, I figured out that the whole PVD "in-your-face" style tool watches don't really speak to me and I find it hard to incorporate it into my overall style/fashion.

I find that the vintage tool watches really reflect my personality more, especially when outfitted with a grimey regimental NATO strap.

Here are some examples of the watches I like:


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I've been eyeing either a Seamaster 300 or a Speedmaster 376.0822...both of which are vintages from the 60s and 70s respectively.

After purchasing the Sinn, I figured out that the whole PVD "in-your-face" style tool watches don't really speak to me and I find it hard to incorporate it into my overall style/fashion.

Understandable - the Seamaster 300 is wonderful. The Sinn looks incredibly cool as an object but I think I'd find it tricky to wear too.
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PG,

Do you still have your Manometro? I remember seeing it when you first started posting photos of your outfits on this site.
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I've been eyeing either a Seamaster 300 or a Speedmaster 376.0822...both of which are vintages from the 60s and 70s respectively.

I find that the vintage tool watches really reflect my personality more, especially when outfitted with a grimey regimental NATO strap.
- I agree..
- the older Omega's have a certain function follow form thing!

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PG,
Do you still have your Manometro? I remember seeing it when you first started posting photos of your outfits on this site.
- Nope, gone 2 years ago..
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Finally got a decent picture of my Stowa MO. The baby ploprof pictured above is a watch I would love to have.
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- nice collection.. & I don;t usually say this on this thread..

Thanks PG
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Finally got a decent picture of my Stowa MO.
That Stowa MO is a beautiful, simple, legible watch. I've admired it ever since I first saw it. Hope you enjoy it!
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IWC Ingenieur AMG


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