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50 years old and ticking strong! No making fun of small wrist people okay?

fantastic
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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Carlson LE
Rose Gold and Titanium on dark brown croc strap





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Nice photos and great watch
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Originally Posted by Kappelan
Nice photos and great watch

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Originally Posted by gazman70K
Excellent choices, although I would have kept the Alinghi instead of the two tone ROO, for a little bit of movement diversity but I understand your decision.

Thanks for comments. I have a special story of infatuation with the Roayl Oak, it is just a design which brings tingling sensations. I am not a big fan of two tones normally but this one has become something of a favourite for me. The little RO 15300 is worn less but has the advantage of neatly slipping under the shirt cuff.

Another one:





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Another one:




Superb
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Speedmaster Professional on Time Factors Bond NATO:
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I'll jump on the Royal Oak theme with my chronograph - just added a sharkskin strap in charcoal with contrast stitch.



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That watch looks legit
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Speedmaster Professional on Time Factors Bond NATO:


Very nice Speedy!
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I'll jump on the Royal Oak theme with my chronograph - just added a sharkskin strap in charcoal with contrast stitch.

The RO chrono is a beauty and it can be comfortably worn under the shirt cuffs, which you can't say for its bigger cousin, the Offshore.
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This is my only alarm watch:

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/M
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This is my only alarm watch:




Love that watch. My favorite JLC design.
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This is my only alarm watch:


This is an absolute beauty
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/M

nice, singular. any chance of a wrist shot? i've been considering one of these for some time but feel it might wear a little small now that i've got used to sub/speedmaster as daily wearers
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