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RogerP, what model number is that Monster?

Thanks!
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siiiiiiiiiiigh









she beckons me.....

http://www.authenticwatches.com/audemars-piguet-royal-oak-15300st-oo-1220st-01.html#.U6I-7I1dVQs
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RogerP - good stuff, thanks for sharing!

Stitchy - love that 15300. ūüí™
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thanks, R. me too. just wish i could be loving it on my wrist.

nice addition to your collection you made, btw!
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Royal Oak is a good looking watch. Is there a no-date in titanium?
 

 

 

 

:D

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The silverdialled RO is quite something, stitch! I think it would suit you smile.gif

I just ensured my watch account will be forever dry, by buying a house biggrin.gif Moving out of the city, finally! To add insult to injury, I'm travelling to Geneva with a friend, and with no spending money crazy.gif

And, because AP:

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I hear you! This is also my "reasonable" grail watch, in that exact makeup! 

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The silverdialled RO is quite something, stitch! I think it would suit you smile.gif

I just ensured my watch account will be forever dry, by buying a house biggrin.gif Moving out of the city, finally! To add insult to injury, I'm travelling to Geneva with a friend, and with no spending money crazy.gif

And, because AP: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Nice, congrats!

Not much point in shopping in Geneva anyway; the prices are higher than in most markets. It's great for looking, though! You're not exactly lacking for watches, in any case.

Besides: TRAVEL > stuff
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Stitchy, put them both on the wrist as soon as you can.  Personally I found the 39mm size more elegant, but it's a tough call, and I suspect the chunk of the 41mm 15400 will tickle your fancy...because sometimes more is more.  It's a tough call, but I really think you need to see them side by side to know what's for you.  And I know you're missing your PAM...

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Originally Posted by Belligero View Post

Nice, congrats!

Not much point in shopping in Geneva anyway; the prices are higher than in most markets. It's great for looking, though! You're not exactly lacking for watches, in any case.

Besides: TRAVEL > stuff

Thank you smile.gif

Hehe, tounge-in-cheek of course. Travelling is always worth it, and I know that Geneva is expensive. Even coming from where we live. Would have been fun to buy there though, milk straight from the cow so to speak lol8[1].gif

Looking forward to eyeing a whole lot of goodies! All major brands are of course well represented, I'll probably see more of the insides of boutiques than the city. My AD booked us a private guided tour of the Patek Philippe museum, I expect that to be interesting. I was planning to visit Vacheron, but they are doing a bit of renovating there right now, unsure of how much is open. My VC AD is trying to get us an inside appointment there, not sure if he succeeds.

Any obvious or not so obvious tips for Geneva sightseeing, horological or otherwise?
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Stitchy, put them both on the wrist as soon as you can.  Personally I found the 39mm size more elegant, but it's a tough call, and I suspect the chunk of the 41mm 15400 will tickle your fancy...because sometimes more is more.  It's a tough call, but I really think you need to see them side by side to know what's for you.  And I know you're missing your PAM...

Funny, I may unload my PAM176 because of it's dinner plate feel.

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Funny, I may unload my PAM176 because of it's dinner plate feel.

Wish I hadn't ordered all those eg's....i would be all over it. Just curious what would the asking price be? Feel free to pm if necessary
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bkotsko, I too am curious about what you can get for your 176 on your side of the pond.

bespoken pa, swing by Copenhagen and I'll let you have my 177 for $5.5k :-)
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^^ Good price!

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bkotsko, I too am curious about what you can get for your 176 on your side of the pond.

bespoken pa, swing by Copenhagen and I'll let you have my 177 for $5.5k :-)


I'll be in Copenhagen on the 27th, 4th, and 5th. I'm not looking for a PAM of course, but wouldn't mind some tips for my travels.

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