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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

Wow that Snoopy is awesome!

The Aquanaut is one of my grails I would love to add some day. Wonder how it would look on leather.

aquanaut or closet full of epaulet? what would you choose?
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Originally Posted by Akeem View Post

aquanaut or closet full of epaulet? what would you choose?

Hahaha it seems I've already made that choice wink.gif

Probably nice clothes, at least for this time in my life, and I'm blessed to have a few nice watches too. The Aquanaut is something to look forward to down the road (but Reverso comes next).
post #47418 of 48312

The bezel is really great on that snoopy.

post #47419 of 48312
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Originally Posted by OmarDubaibanker View Post

Congratulations! But bezel looks gold in some pics? Tricks of light?

Thanks -- no gold on this one.
post #47420 of 48312
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

Wow that Snoopy is awesome!

The Aquanaut is one of my grails I would love to add some day. Wonder how it would look on leather.

Probably pretty good - but, the rubber strap complements the dial so well that I probably wouldn't change it - unless the rubber wore out and I was waiting for a new one, perhaps.
post #47421 of 48312

Agreed, the rubber strap with the dial is a major reason why I like the watch so much. I wouldn't want to change that up.

post #47422 of 48312
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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

This watch, so cute.
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Post as much as you want. That is an awesome watch. I have my people out, scouring the planet...:cool: 

post #47423 of 48312
Aquanaut looks so great! I think for myself, I'd be inclined to save up another $5-7,000 and get a Nautilus. It's all theoretical at this point, not having the funds or the stomach to really go above $10,000 yet.
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This watch, so cute.
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The thing I like most about this is that it's just a ton of fun. There's certainly value in beautiful movements, rare dials, etc etc, but stopping just to have fun with a watch is so cool to me.
post #47425 of 48312
Went to an MB&F dinner last night. Max Busser is as cool a guy as his reputation makes him out to be. Very open and honest, very approachable.

To NYC TWATers - MB&F will soon be available in NYC, when London Jewelers open a new place downtown.

Very cool pieces in person, even if most of them are way too crazy for me personally.
post #47426 of 48312
Finally pulled the trigger on a watch I had been eying for years. Will post pictures over the weekend. It is pre-1970.
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Wasn't aware that London was opening a NYC location. I have purchased all my watches through them.

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Originally Posted by tigerpac View Post

Went to an MB&F dinner last night. Max Busser is as cool a guy as his reputation makes him out to be. Very open and honest, very approachable.

To NYC TWATers - MB&F will soon be available in NYC, when London Jewelers open a new place downtown.

Very cool pieces in person, even if most of them are way too crazy for me personally.
post #47428 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

Finally pulled the trigger on a watch I had been eying for years. Will post pictures over the weekend. It is pre-1970.

*insert popcorn munching emoji here
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Wasn't aware that London was opening a NYC location. I have purchased all my watches through them.

The salespeople I met from London were actually into watches, and very personable. Which is much more than I can say about the average salesperson.
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