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Hey guys I am new to the forum, but I just wanted to show a couple of my watches and see what you thought about them. Most of them are watches that I inherited from my grandfather. The watch that I wear most often is the Maurice Lacroix. Hopefully one day soon I will be able to afford some of the watches in this forum, unfortunately just graduating from college doesnt allow much for high end watches.







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Originally Posted by klewless View Post
After years of collecting, I think I am finally over this sickness.

I have long been a fan of the original 1016 dial explorer, but have come to realize that I can not be happy without a date on the dial. After procuring a number of donor watches to try and put together my dream combination, I have now been sporting this for the last few weeks, and it fits my pencil wrist perfectly:


Very nice. Details please.
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Originally Posted by Rockytop719 View Post
Hey guys I am new to the forum, but I just wanted to show a couple of my watches and see what you thought about them. Most of them are watches that I inherited from my grandfather. The watch that I wear most often is the Maurice Lacroix. Hopefully one day soon I will be able to afford some of the watches in this forum, unfortunately just graduating from college doesnt allow much for high end watches.







Love the seamaster!
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Very nice. Details please.

Base/donor watch started out life as an Eterna Kontiki 1958. It was the perfect case size for me at 37mm, and had the added bonus of increased water resistance. I had my watchmaker swap in the dial and hands from Bill Yao, and flipped the date wheel to white on black as well. I now have the perfect all purpose sport/dress watch (original Eterna butterfly deployant bracelet is quite formal).
post #3095 of 48312
Nice collection rocky. Thats one of the few gucci watches I like. Great omega as well.
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I just bought this. I love the look of really old watches.
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Gotta love the vintage seamaster.
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This Debaufre Nav-B 44mm just came in today.

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Beautiful IWC.
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I like your taste in shirts and watches MA.
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I'll be the third to say it, but that is a really gorgeous watch.
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
Switched it up a bit for my Spitfire.

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Cannot decide if I love or hate that band. Leaning twords love.

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Posting my new SKX007. What a beast!


Really like that watch on the right as well. I am ignorant, what kind is it?
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
Switched it up a bit for my Spitfire.

From:


Cannot decide if I love or hate that band. Leaning twords love.

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Originally Posted by unjung View Post
Posting my new SKX007. What a beast!


Really like that watch on the right as well. I am ignorant, what kind is it?
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Not a large watch collector but I have a question for the experienced. The crystal on my Hamilton broke while I was in Paris this past week. The watch is very well-kept and I don't even remember hitting it. Nonetheless, seeing as it out of waranty does anybody have any experience with this kind of repair? Suggestions?
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