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I have often wondered why cufflinks are not sold with extra links for the left hand to solve this problem.

Damn, I have given away my million dollar making idea! shog[1].gif
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So, I know I have brought this up before, but it is always fun smile.gif.

I just saw this watch on Hodinkee, and I must say, it is quite lovely. I am in the "I am not sure I would spend this much on a Montblanc" camp, but gosh, those Minerva movements get me every darn time!

I commend MB for really stepping up in the watch game. The level of finishing is quite spectacular. Also, this one clocks in right at 39mm, which is the perfect size imo.



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Weird how it looks huge in pics, whereas irl I can easily see 5mm of my wrist above and below the lugs.
Edited by Wes Bourne - 8/12/14 at 10:01am
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Frills,

I'm digging that Sub. Do you mind if I ask the year/serial number so I can look into that model a bit?

 

What Newcomer said below:

 

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114060, it is about half a year old.

 

It is the SubC with no date - introduced last 2012 as part of the new line of Rolex models with ceramic bezel inserts.  I quite like it, and I picked it up a few months ago.

 

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Love the Calatrava links.

 

Thanks! Those links - along with the VCA Alhambras - also made their debut here in TWAT when I went on a frillyvolous cufflink spree earlier this year.

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Ubiquitous watches.
No BFBM today. Apparently there are only tiny and Big Gulp sizes.
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This doesn't get much love on TWAT, but I will share anyway! My friend's DSSD arrived today and I brought it over to the happy new owner, who swears he did not coordinate his attire in anticipation of receiving the piece this morning:

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Wore this one - attn: DLJr

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Monsters side by side:

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^^^ Wow, giant pics.

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They have to be for those beasts!!
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I'm pretty sure the sea dweller might be it. We'll see what happens at Basel next year, but yeah, I kind of keep going back to it despite wanting to desire the Overseas more.

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fakes
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fakes

 

Best post ever!

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fakes

What are fakes?
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What are fakes?
It's pretty obvious that a deepsea doesn't come with a half blue, half black dial. Someone's printer must have run out of ink...
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Beat me to it, and the green lettering on DEEPSEA,
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Beat me to it, and the green lettering on DEEPSEA,
I was joking...are you?
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