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Looks great, RFX. Deets on the leather seats of the auto. smile.gif
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Been wearing this all week and just stealing wrist time away from others.
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Reposted for emphasis. Beautiful watch.

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^ It really is. I actually think it's my favorite model of the current Rolex line up - great choice RFX45.

One more pic (from the net), just because:

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Credit to RFX for the photography too matching the quality of the watch nod[1].gif
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I have never appreciated Richard Mille. I still do not understand its pricing. However, after I put this rose gold RM011 on my wrist I now understand why it is appealing to many.

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^ It really is. I actually think it's my favorite model of the current Rolex line up - great choice RFX45.

One more pic (from the net), just because:

rx391im.jpg

I believe this is already a discontinued model. I considered it a while back but it is very similar to Exp I so I passed. May still get it as a present to my father.
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^ It really is. I actually think it's my favorite model of the current Rolex line up - great choice RFX45.

One more pic (from the net), just because:

rx391im.jpg

It is beautiful. I had a hard time choosing between this and the (current model) Air King, because they're practically identical except for a couple little things. In the end, I went with the Air King, because the 36mm OP looked bigger than my 36mm Aqua Terra when I went to the AD to look and I already have a 36mm watch. The new 'over-sized' 34mm AK suited me best, I thought. I'll show it off here as soon as it arrives smile.gif
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Originally Posted by forex 
I believe this is already a discontinued model. I considered it a while back but it is very similar to Exp I so I passed. May still get it as a present to my father.

It's still on the Rolex website and still at the AD in Sydney, so I don't think it's been discontinued.
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Been wearing this all week and just stealing wrist time away from others.
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Love the way the dial reflects the light. Thanks for sharing.

Sorry for the noob question but whats the exact model?
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The current oyster perpetual lineup has some unfortunate dial choices I'm afraid.

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Just checked the receipt and there was a $39 FedEx fee. I can't remember if I had to pay anything extra but I don't think I did.

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I paid about 10% in tax and duties on my Stowa.

If I recall Stowa offers a risk free transport option that covers all tax and duties but it would have cost more.

Nice! Thanks guys! I love two of their watches, the baumuster B or whatever it is called and the marine Chrono.

Can kill da rooster, post pics of your Stowa! biggrin.gif
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I still dont love that RM. Appreciate the mechanics, dont care much for the aesthetics. :/
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I still dont love that RM. Appreciate the mechanics, dont care much for the aesthetics. :/

I second this. frown.gif
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I second this. frown.gif
Here's a 3rd. I don't hate it, and might occasionally wear it, were it gifted to me with a no trade clause. But there are dozens upon dozens (probably hundreds) of pieces I'd buy before that one.
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

The current oyster perpetual lineup has some unfortunate dial choices I'm afraid.


They are not for everyone but they are more like Rolexes novelty watches but with that said, they look much nicer in person. Pics below aren't mine but you can see how misleading the stock pics are, they are metallic and the steel sunray dial in the middle is pretty nice. The white grape (on the left) can be apealling to those who may like gold? The change on the 3,6,9 to double batons isn't a bad touch either.

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Sorry for the noob question but whats the exact model?

Oyster Perpetual or 116000

Not discontinued btw.
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