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39mm Oyster Perpetual

 

Now that's a Rolex I could really warm up to in a big way.

post #41987 of 48312
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Now that's a Rolex I could really warm up to in a big way.

Agreed. That looks VERY nice.

It will be interesting to see on the wrist.

post #41988 of 48312
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39mm Oyster Perpetual


Close to perfect, except for the stupid neon accents. :puzzled:

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Omega expands their "Dark Side of the Moon" into a whole collection.

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Meanwhile, on the other end of the MUST KOP NAOOOO scale...

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The blinged out the new Cellini too.

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New Pelagos with a new in-house movement is supposedly priced at $4200, surprised the price didn't jump by that much.

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Meanwhile, on the other end of the MUST KOP NAOOOO scale...

 

I always feel like the big horology names need to have some bling over-the-top model to satisfy the needs of new wealth growing in the Middle East and Asia. Most of them I find truly repulsive, but I'm sure that they sell a shit load of.

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I am actually quite impressed with the new Snoopy Speedy.

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New Pelagos with a new in-house movement is supposedly priced at $4200, surprised the price didn't jump by that much.

I think I might be getting that.
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I think I might be getting that.

It is a nice way to fill the blue steel sub shaped hole in the Rolex / Tudor lineup. Blue white gold sub is a bit rich for most people.
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It is a nice way to fill the blue steel sub shaped hole in the Rolex / Tudor lineup. Blue white gold sub is a bit rich for most people.
It's perfect for me on the strap as a weekend/vacation watch. It'll be a change from my Oyster bracelet shod daily wearer.
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I hear a lot of folks saying 'they're going to raise prices'....

 

I'm interested to explore this more.

 

In the last few years, the sales of top shelf liquor has cratered thanks to anti-corruption policies in China, the Euro is dropping like a stone while the Swiss Franc is showing strength, Maserati just released atrocious sales numbers, oil is way down -- so lots of those oil based economies are having to get by with a lot less.

 

I'm not a fortune teller, but I really do wonder if the market will tolerate increased prices at this moment.

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God Basel releases make me so happy every year smile.gif

The 39 OP is phenomenal.
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I just realized the 39mm OP is also available in blue dial.

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