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This is my new baby...
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big pilot or portugese? care to share views IWC fans? i think they both look great, talking about the 7 days for portugese and big pilot just the normal stainless steel ones

and also whats the consensus here on breguet type XX and XXIs?
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Some of my small collection:





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loving the lego Sinn
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Originally Posted by nysk View Post
big pilot or portugese? care to share views IWC fans? i think they both look great, talking about the 7 days for portugese and big pilot just the normal stainless steel ones

and also whats the consensus here on breguet type XX and XXIs?

The Portuguese 7 day is a beautiful watch. I prefer the silver dial/blued hands/numbers version to the black faced version. A new twist on the 7 day (silver face w/ gold hands/numbers) is going to be introduced at Basel 2010 in a few months and it's the best looking version if you ask me. Both watches are really big (at least on my 6.5" wrist) and wear bigger due to the lack of a bezel. The in-house movement in both watches is top notch. The big pilot just doesn't do it for me but lots of people love it. I'd go to a dealer and try all of them on.
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The new 7-Day Portuguese Auto is a beauty. If I had to pick between the Port Auto or the BP, I'd pick the Port Auto just because it is smaller. The BP is almost 4mm bigger at 46mm and it is just too big for my tiny wrist. Here's a good comparison of the two: http://sibon.triple-it.nl/images/sto...-PA/index.html
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The new gold hand Port looks very nice, I'm looking forward to seeing it live. But how it can possibly beat the mesmerising deep blueness of these hands, I really can't imagine



Here on a tan TWB strap for Christmas.

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The new gold hand Port looks very nice, I'm looking forward to seeing it live. But how it can possibly beat the mesmerising deep blueness of these hands, I really can't imagine



Here on a tan TWB strap for Christmas.



IWC are nice!
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That Lego Sinn looks very nice indeed
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+1
Nice touch with gold numerals and hands.

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The new 7-Day Portuguese Auto is a beauty.


If I had to pick between the Port Auto or the BP, I'd pick the Port Auto just because it is smaller. The BP is almost 4mm bigger at 46mm and it is just too big for my tiny wrist.

Here's a good comparison of the two: http://sibon.triple-it.nl/images/sto...-PA/index.html
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
The new 7-Day Portuguese Auto is a beauty.


If I had to pick between the Port Auto or the BP, I'd pick the Port Auto just because it is smaller. The BP is almost 4mm bigger at 46mm and it is just too big for my tiny wrist.

Here's a good comparison of the two: http://sibon.triple-it.nl/images/sto...-PA/index.html

The new 5001-14 is SO beautiful!
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This is my new baby...
Now this is sweet. Where'd you get if from and why did you decide to get it?
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letting your girfriend wear your sinn?
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