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Pic looks awkward. But so does every picture I take



IWC Portuguese. Thats what I'm saving for. Well done
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Sweet! What's the diameter?
41mm. Imho quite big but still inside the limits.

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Are the numbers and hands blue? Can't tell from the pic.
Dark blue numbers and hands, silverish white dial.

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IWC Portuguese. Thats what I'm saving for. Well done
Thank you. Was my birthday present to myself this year. My first "real" watch.

Now I'm teased to get a nicer strap from A.B.P., for example one of their special tannings of Alligator. A antiqued-like middle/dark brown with a dark blue stitching would go nice in my imagination.
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^^^Nice Port

A couple of recent acquisitions. I seem to be back on large watches again and am now on the trail of the 5001-07 Portuguese Auto....







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I like that Ingenieur.
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Perhaps depending on your true definition of dress. Would I wear it with a suit? Definitely. Tux? Perhaps? No hesitation but a black strap and gold face are called for.
Greg, you are the man, and you have a great taste in watches. I think my wrist is 6.75 too. Maybe I will have to try on the JLC, and perhaps it will give me something extra to work towards one day
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Nice stowa !
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Heard, you may not be passing it off as a Panerai, but I doubt if the maker shares your opinion.
+1
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http://forums.watchuseek.com/ Try that or google "timezone" Cheers!
+1 for www.timezone.com - best forums for watch talk, info and advice.
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My 1952 SeaMaster. My grandfather bought it new.
Bumper Wind Swiss Perfection.



more pics on my blog http://www.poohbang.com/2009/07/vint...seamaster.html
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Yeah timezone is great.
I've been reading alot....I think I'm in love with JLC.

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+1 for www.timezone.com - best forums for watch talk, info and advice.
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Who makes the watch in your pics. The simplicity is perfect.
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Looks like a Wilson Watchworks watch to me.
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Nice stowa !

Thanks Warren, does the strap seem familiar?


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Who makes the watch in your pics. The simplicity is perfect.

It's a Stowa - I know, I think that is what I like most about it, how clean and simple the dial is, form follows function.

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Looks like a Wilson Watchworks watch to me.

See above
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Rofl...yeah I just noticed it.
Nice.
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