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My obsession spans multiple brands.

zippy, this is such a nice collection. I like this set in these pics best. Terrific!
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Rolex also receives an undue amount of hate.

That's true but that is often to be expected when you're the 800 lbs gorilla in any business.
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Love the clean dial on your Reverso - is that a Grande Taille? Details, pls.

Not many details to add. It is but a simple Reverso GT.
I still haven't got around to having something engraved on it so the back is plain.
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Not many fans of the watch here but I got a new gummy croco strap for the Hublot.




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^Looks nice.

Regards.
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Not many fans of the watch here but I got a new gummy croco strap for the Hublot.

I'm not a fan, but as long as you like it, that's all that counts.
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Of all the Big Bangs, I think that one is probably the most interesting. It's very conceptual obviously but I thought it was executed well when I saw it IRL. The rose gold/carbon fiber versions may be ont he other end of the taste spectrum.
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Not many fans of the watch here but I got a new gummy croco strap for the Hublot.
I can see this watch being perfect for lots of different fashion attire, say what SoCal often wears. It's not my taste in watches, but I think it'll complement certain fashion looks very well.
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Grand Seiko at its best:


The sleeper in fine watches. I would love one of these for the collection...
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The sleeper in fine watches. I would love one of these for the collection...

Me, too. Unfortunately, it's selling for over $3k these days. Without going to Asia, you're not going to get much of a discount on it. There are too many other watches I'd rather get for just a little more.
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Wheres the Rollies?

Old picture. The Rolex herd has been thinned.


But this has been added.
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^^^You have quite a collection of nice watches. I really enjoy seeing them, so please keeping posting pics.
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I'm not a fan, but as long as you like it, that's all that counts.
Oh yeah, don't get me wrong, I love the watch one way or the other. I'm not crazy enough to pay that much for someone else to like.


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Old picture. The Rolex herd has been thinned.

But this has been added.

I still love that GMT IIC and Explorer. So what is left in your Rollie collection?
And if you ever consider letting the Explorer I go, hollah at me dawg!
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^^^You have quite a collection of nice watches. I really enjoy seeing them, so please keeping posting pics.

I think I've actually posted all the images before in this thread.








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Oh yeah, don't get me wrong, I love the watch one way or the other. I'm not crazy enough to pay that much for someone else to like.




I still love that GMT IIC and Explorer. So what is left in your Rollie collection?
And if you ever consider letting the Explorer I go, hollah at me dawg!


Still got the Daytona on strap, Seadweller, GMT I, GMT II, Yachtmaster, Exp I. I used to have a Exp II white dial that I really regret parting with.

Oh yeah, congrats on the new shoes for your Big Bang. The BB doesn't really do anything for me but that doesn't matter. I know my tastes aren't to everyone's liking. For reasons that are unclear to me this is one of my favorites. I can certainly imagine it not appealing to everyone.

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