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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Unless you drive a lambo or are a rap artist or are expecting the terminator style apocalypse I guess this would be a directionally correct statement. Otherwise you have have little to no taste.

Why are you so miserable?
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Originally Posted by FStyles View Post
Gotcha. I prolly wasn't clear. I was just wondering if it was IWC's own movement as opposed to Unitas, etc.

As I hope I made clear--that is most certainly an IWC movement and not a Unitas.
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Originally Posted by FStyles View Post
Too much I think lol. I can't disclose the price yet, Cause I haven't got a solid answer about it. Were kicking each others tires righb now.

I did just buy a watch but this would be a clock for the office

Well, if you don't end up picking it up and decide to save your cash - as you should - let me know.
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Originally Posted by IBJanky View Post
Just got this yesterday:



myke

Congrats - really great choice!
post #4490 of 48312
^^^Yes, very nice watch.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Congrats - really great choice!

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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
^^^Yes, very nice watch.

Thanks!

I've been drooling over this watch for the past year now. I'm glad I was finally able to get it.

This year, I'll be drooling over this one



myke
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Nothing big-timer, but it's all this college kid can afford at the moment XD
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That is pretty tasteful actually.
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Originally Posted by IBJanky View Post
Just got this yesterday:
Nice 45 mm?
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Originally Posted by Alfa View Post
I agree that their current offerings are really atrocious, but the stuff from the 60's, for my tastes at least, are really excellent. [/IMG]
I agree... Navitimer is the wildcard watch on my list.
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Is there a rule for watches when you have slim wrists/forearms? Like every watch i try on that i think looks decent in the case just looks ginormous when i actually try it on... blargh I mean color/style/size in general... anything along those lines that can make a watch appear to not be as big on a person if they're skinnier :P
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That's just too easy.
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/M
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Originally Posted by Warren G. View Post
Nice
45 mm?[/IMG]

42mm only.

A 45mm watch would look massive on my small wrist

myke
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Thinking of picking these up also: Bernhardt Globemaster (perfect when I travel, for multiple timezones): I also like this one, because I'm a big fan of Seikos: Seiko Spirit myke
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