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Also, I appreciate everyone's input on the dress watches I "featured" yesterday....you've given me lots to consider.
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@Keith T : So I thought about getting your boss fired... And this might work:
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Or you could take Culver's advice and not wear the JA to work.
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Originally Posted by Keith T View Post

Affirmative, TC.

Maybe you won't have to drive to San Antonio for your next one smile.gif

Well, that was a one time thing just to meet my gray dealer in person. But being a bit of an impulse buyer, this will create plenty of temptation.
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LOL Wes Bourne.

I don't think I could pull off that little stunt. Classic!

And of course, whatever I eventually decide, I will want to be able to wear this watch to the office. (Without any blood all over it satisfied.gif )



Getting the Jules Audemars in white gold-- this could wind up being a great recommendation-- but I haven't seen that version in the metal.

At least not yet. (Of course, tyre-kicking is half the fun).
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See the Altiplano, also looks good in white gold.

 

 

This one is large (43mm) and thin, but weirdly engaging nevertheless.  The smaller 40mm with small seconds top left, or simple two hand 38mm, might suit you better, but either way they're worth a look.  For perspective, my wrist is a touch over 7".  The other thing is that Piaget seems to be easy to find well below MRSP, so good for your budget.

 

@TheWraith I vote Explorer too, for two reasons: firstly, I think the bracelet is nicer, and secondly, I think the AT is only beautiful in blue.  Oh, and thirdly, Frilly has an Explorer, which makes it more cool for superheroes in general.

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Thanks guys smile.gif
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Repost of a pile of Roli.
From before I got my GMT IIC.
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So, I was out buying my wife a birthday present and put an SD4000 on my wrist again. Shit.
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Repost of a pile of Roli.
From before I got my GMT IIC.

Nice collection. As I'm covered on the sub front, it should please you that I'll only be requiring the Pepsi and the Explorer. TIA.
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So, I was out buying my wife a birthday present and put an SD4000 on my wrist again. Shit.

A shitty watch to put on your wrist indeed.

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Took a quick cell phone pic while cleaning one of my safe queens.
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Wow Cyc, that looks fucking cool. great choice for a watch.
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DB wear.
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The ubiquity of Rolex in this thread seems to mirror real life. tounge.gif
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Time to shake things up, then

 

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