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PG, that looks nice.
Rolex?
- yes
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Does Rolex make a plain SS Datejust in the 41 mm size ? Something like this ..
- google will tell you that is the new DateJustII
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That is an awesome watch, cannot thing of anything more versatile actually. Could you tell us which reference it is?
- SS OysterDate from 1969, never polished or retouched +box & papers
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It's been a while....how about a little Rolex love?



5513



DJ



1675



GMTIIc
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What year is that 5513? And 1675
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1979
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
SS OysterDate from 1969, never polished or retouched +box & papers

Isn't that Rolex a good bit smaller in diameter than the watches you've worn in the past?
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I have a few.




Nice.

[quote=Phat Guido;3507789- SS OysterDate from 1969, never polished or retouched +box & papers[/QUOTE]
Looks good - I like these older ones.
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It's been a while....how about a little Rolex love?


DJ

This would be my pick of the bunch.
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Late to the party.

My first automatic (present from my wife). Temporary black strap until I find something nicer. Any feedback on Hirsch?





Minor problem with getting this watch. I've now ordered another Seiko, a couple of NOS manual wind watches and am very tempted by a s/h Titoni... Is this more addictive than shoes?
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^ Nice. Not a big watch guy, so I'm giving this one a try. Just got it in the mail today.

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I can confirm that there are. Unfortunately. Pretty good ones, so be careful. Always buy the seller etc ...

But, we're here for the p0rn right? I enjoy the AD purchasing experience, but I can't afford to do it too often. So I have my own AD display at home. Picking one out for the day is a pleasure


Nice shot - did someone already ask you what's the vintage on your Subs?
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Late to the party.

My first automatic (present from my wife). Temporary black strap until I find something nicer. Any feedback on Hirsch?

[IMG]http://i449.photobucket.com/albums/qq213/manofkent_2008/seiko5_1.jpg/IMG]

[IMG]http://i449.photobucket.com/albums/qq213/manofkent_2008/seiko5_2.jpg/IMG]

Minor problem with getting this watch. I've now ordered another Seiko, a couple of NOS manual wind watches and am very tempted by a s/h Titoni... Is this more addictive than shoes?

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^ Nice. Not a big watch guy, so I'm giving this one a try. Just got it in the mail today.

[IMG]http://img340.imageshack.us/img340/3233/img0008x.jpg/IMG]

Nice Seiko's! ManofKent, do you know what the source/model number of your watch is? I really like the style of that one, and have had good luck with Seiko 5's already....
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1979

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Nice shot - did someone already ask you what's the vintage on your Subs?
Thank you! The 5513 is 69/70. The Tudor Sub on NATO is a 79090, mid 80s. All the others are modern sapphire I'm afraid. 5513: 79090: Today is Omega-day. SM300, this one is a modern build of NOS/vintage/modern orginal Omega replacement parts by WatchCo. Nothing for the purists, but I love it I know mesh is not everyone's cup of tea, but the sturdy Omega sharkmesh suits this one I think. Beyond comfortable, anyway.
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Here is one that you don't see everyday. It's a first-generation Ventura V-matic Chronograph.





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Decent looking sleeve/cuff/watch combo ruined by rank schmutter pointlessly wrapped round your wrist. Time to put away childish things.

Your douche levels are high. What do you have against bracelets?
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Today is Omega-day. SM300, this one is a modern build of NOS/vintage/modern orginal Omega replacement parts by WatchCo. Nothing for the purists, but I love it I know mesh is not everyone's cup of tea, but the sturdy Omega sharkmesh suits this one I think. Beyond comfortable, anyway.


I really like that mesh bracelet.
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