Yeah, there's a bunch going on. I like the texture in the center circle as well as the (obvious) red chrono hand and the (less obvious) yellow chrono sub-dial hand. I also buck the SF trend and favor large watches, as they're better suited to match my frighteningly bloated ego.
I have taken it swimming, esp. since my wife has inherited (liberated?) my AT 3719. Those pics are from Banyan Tree in Samui--last year, sadly. This spring I vacationed in Berlin, which was far, far less picturesque, but I had some music to play and a friend's new baby to meet for the first time).
Ah, thanks for pointing those little details out. I had to go back and check your pics! Good stuff.
No beaches in Berlin to match Samui, I understand. I also understand the "liberation techniques" of wives - mine has about the same wrist size as mine, so all my watches are subject to "liberation.'
Frills should act more like Randy Moss. "Straight Cash Homey" - Randy Moss when asked how he would pay a $10,000 fine instead of writing a check. American Footballer for all the international TWATers here.
Personally, if a discount is offered enough to offset the credit card fees for the seller, I would pay cash.
Hahahaha! Oh man... To be fair, I have a number in my head and the seller isn't quite there yet. As much as I love the watch it ain't gonna happen if that number isn't hit.
Did that watch grace the wrist of many a Miami purveyor of party powder? Sure. Does that make it any less attractive? Nope.
There is much wisdom in these words.