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post #5056 of 48312
New holiday watch, Precista PRS3LE diver:



post #5057 of 48312
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What do you guys think of this one...


We're all waiting for you to throw down with a timepiece commensurate with your shoe collection...
post #5058 of 48312
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
We're all waiting for you to throw down with a timepiece commensurate with your shoe collection...

Okay, I get it. It's a clunker. I'm digging the brown dial so the search will continue. Any suggestions?
post #5059 of 48312
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
Okay, I get it. It's a clunker. I'm digging the brown dial so the search will continue. Any suggestions?

The speedy pro saphire sandwich comes with a chocolate dial. It's a beauty.
post #5060 of 48312
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
What do you guys think of this one...
Compared to the beautiful Zenith on this page, this is a cking atrocity. Too pinky-goldy-blingy and the 12 o'clock marker looks like a dick with undersized balls. Plus, the date window eats into a subdial -- this is a pet peeve of mine, I hate it. I would avoid it. BTW -- anyone else waiting/hoping for Omega to come up with an in-house chronograph movement with coaxial escapement?
post #5061 of 48312
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Okay, I get it. It's a clunker. I'm digging the brown dial so the search will continue. Any suggestions?
No suggestions at the moment, but I'm glad you passed on that one.
post #5062 of 48312
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
Okay, I get it. It's a clunker. I'm digging the brown dial so the search will continue. Any suggestions?

Don't know how you feel about Radiomirs, but here's a new model for 2010 in their new brownish composite material:



post #5063 of 48312
Thread Starter 
If aportnoy feels a Speedy Pro is too large, I can't imagine he'd go for the Rad
post #5064 of 48312
^ True. It's just what came to mind when he said 'brown'.

Edit: IIRC, he didn't say the pro was too large, but the 44mm automatic Speedy I suggested. But that will probably still rule out a Radiomir.
post #5065 of 48312
How about a brown Tag Heuer Carrera?

post #5066 of 48312
1675

post #5067 of 48312
I like the broad arrow. I end up getting the Speedy pro over it and save a few bucks.
post #5068 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
Don't know how you feel about Radiomirs, but here's a new model for 2010 in their new brownish composite material:




I would very much like one of those. Can I get one at MSRP, please?
post #5069 of 48312
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How about a brown Tag Heuer Carrera?



I have that same watch. Hardly worn. Stuffed in a drawer. Good and cheap and with cool colours. Will sell to any gentleman with a willingness to pick it up in Hong Kong. Cheerio!
post #5070 of 48312
A Rolex.



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