Surprised you especially think that wraith.
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The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Breitling, JLC etc...) - Page 2355post #35311 of 483129/10/14 at 4:02ampost #35312 of 483129/10/14 at 4:04amQuote:Quote:Originally Posted by Cleav
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Like that EMart
Thanks, guys. Can't wait to put this watch through its paces tonight on the race course. The other watch survived a deployment and many a race so this one has some catching up to do!post #35313 of 483129/10/14 at 4:28amQuote:
I get you - you can be Napoleon and I'll be Illya. In that context it sounds kind of cool, but I think rather than having such a wild variation on an iconic design, maybe go for something that's inherently more quirky in itself, and also rooted in the period? A few pages back we were talking about Glashuette Original. The Senator Sixties, or I think even better, the (square) Seventies, really has that vibe going on, and a bit of Cold War history to boot. Just a thought.post #35314 of 483129/10/14 at 4:58ampost #35315 of 483129/10/14 at 5:17ampost #35316 of 483129/10/14 at 5:20ampost #35317 of 483129/10/14 at 6:39ampost #35318 of 483129/10/14 at 6:40amQuote:Originally Posted by mimo
I get you - you can be Napoleon and I'll be Illya. In that context it sounds kind of cool, but I think rather than having such a wild variation on an iconic design, maybe go for something that's inherently more quirky in itself, and also rooted in the period? A few pages back we were talking about Glashuette Original. The Senator Sixties, or I think even better, the (square) Seventies, really has that vibe going on, and a bit of Cold War history to boot. Just a thought.
Yeah that square one does the trick for that look.post #35319 of 483129/10/14 at 6:42am
Not to beat the Apple Watch to death but the 18kt gold version is solid gold with a proprietary gold that is 2x stronger. Not that it makes it scratch resistant but interesting they would make a solid gold, dare I say disposable, watch in that it will be out of date from a tech stand point in 3 years?
The Rolex on the previous page does not look good.
That 15300 above looks amazing.post #35320 of 483129/10/14 at 9:38ampost #35321 of 483129/10/14 at 9:42am
@ DavidReeves: if you are okay with Rolex in that size range, I would humbly suggest a vintage bubbleback.
Try to find an old Cali dial with some gorgeous patina, put it on cordovan or Italian leather strap, and you'll undoubtedly be the coolest guy on the street.post #35322 of 483129/10/14 at 11:54amDavid: I think perhaps you meant one of these OPs?
Speaking of Rolex and the Apple watch: I sat through the entire presentation, and either I've been totally brainwashed, or I've come to the conclusion that Apple has done for the smart watch what Rolex has done for the mechanical wristwatch – and they've done it in a considerably shorter period of time. Whether the smart watch itself as a concept is doable now given limitations in battery technology is another issue entirely. If somebody makes an accessory that can be fitted to the Apple watch to take 20 mm spring bars, I'm buying one of the smaller ones. It will be on a NATO, on the other end of my wrist for my Sub. And then I'll probably get tired of it.post #35323 of 483129/10/14 at 12:33pmQuote:
Same feelings here. Aside from the Explorer and vintage models, I much prefer Rolexes on the original bracelets.
Regarding the Apple watch, I have nothing to say because I have not read or watched an iota of info on the thing.post #35324 of 483129/10/14 at 2:19pmNeed some opinions, is the Reverso 1931 simply too big for me? Should I just give up trying to own this beautiful watch?
Do keep in mind that the overhang is exaggerated because the strap is too long (I can't tighten it to fit my wrist but it's easy enough to buy a shorter and softer strap so that it wraps around my wrist better) and that the strap is stiff and kind of protrudes out instead of in towards the circumference of my wrist.post #35325 of 483129/10/14 at 2:26pmQuote:Originally Posted by RFX45
Need some opinions, is the Reverso 1931 simply too big for me? Should I just give up trying to own this beautiful watch?
Do keep in mind that the overhang is exaggerated because the strap is too long (I can't tighten it to fit my wrist but it's easy enough to buy a shorter and softer strap so that it wraps around my wrist better) and that the strap is stiff and kind of protrudes out instead of in towards the circumference of my wrist.
Personally, I'd say yes. Is that model bigger than the GT (see pic below, and i don't have very big wrists). To me the reverso needs to be a subtle watch. If it's too big it doesn't work. That's why I hated the Squadra.
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