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Downside of Hesalite (@ 11 )



You can't polish that out Flake?
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Originally Posted by culverwood View Post

To me perpetual calendars and chronographs can never look refined as designs no matter who makes them, there is simply too much going on. That is why a Nomos or similar time only watch looks better as there is clarity, white space and clean lines.

I realise this may not be a common opinion but as an older person I can only admire the craftsmanship of such complicated watches as I can barely see what they are trying to show me.

 

I kind of agree, especially with that jumble of fonts. It gets even worse when they use numerals instead of indices

 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

do love, but im a sucker for the blue dial/green crystal combo.

 

Its so unique! Its literally the first Rolex (other than the everose daytona) that Ive been visually struck by.

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This Pani is gorgeous!

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Betel, you're in real trouble lately, aren't you?

 

I recognise the symptoms...

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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

Betel, you're in real trouble lately, aren't you?

I recognise the symptoms...

Yes, I am. frown.gif

(Hoping that recognizing it doesn't make me a watch-holic) lol8[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Yes, I am. frown.gif

(Hoping that recognizing it doesn't make me a watch-holic) lol8[1].gif

You kopping dear friend? bounce2.gif
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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

You kopping dear friend? bounce2.gif

Nop, because well I'm not a baller… yet smile.gif and I have to choose one… and then these are contenders…





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@Betelgeuse

Doooooo it

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^^ I love ATs, Betel, but I prefer the previous version of that watch as I've spoken about earlier in this thread. Still a great watch, though.
post #33821 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Keith T View Post

You can't polish that out Flake?
Sure. I just have to get around to taking it in somewhere to get it done. It doesn't take much to scuff it up though. I'll manage to do it again right after I have it buffed out, I'm sure!
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post

@Betelgeuse

Doooooo it
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Nice! :bounce2:

 

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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post

^^ I love ATs, Betel, but I prefer the previous version of that watch as I've spoken about earlier in this thread. Still a great watch, though.

 

Your AT is very very nice, mate!

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^ Thanks, mate. That on you posted probably has the better caliber, though. Of the two you pictured, that one would be my choice.
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http://forums.timezone.com/index.php?t=tree&goto=6822574&rid=12189#msg_6822574

Not sure if you Twatters had seen this, but wow. I am a younger guy, and associate AP with its... recent years. In other words, ROO ROO ROO. Clicky click and see!

My favorite of the bunch:



And dat ass:

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Polywatch that, Flake!
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