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What do you get if you cross a pilot with an ape?

An ape with a big watch.

huh?
post #587 of 48312
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Originally Posted by leon12 View Post
Can you tell me how you got my image to work?
Sure.

It's actually easier than on TimeZone which looks like the code you were using:


[img] URL for the photo - i.e. starts with http:// and ends with .jpg (or something like that) [/img]

you can also hit the yellow mountain icon in the reply box and just paste the URL of the picture.

Does that make any sense?
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That works.. Thanks for the help.
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My first 'serious' watch after sporting a Guess for the last few years

Its the Omega Seamaster 2220.80.00





what does everyone think?
post #590 of 48312
Congrats on the beautiful Seamaster. A classic well made watch.
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Here mine Zenith class 6, Rolex Submariner, Panerai 111, Rolex Day-Date, Patek Philippe Aquanaut....












first post btw...so cheers to all
post #592 of 48312
My favorite dress watch:


Rolex Sea - Dweller:


Rolex DateJust:


More later.
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Does anyone happen to know what model this is?


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like the zenith quite a bit. a great example of restrained elegance unlike some of zenith's newer, garish models. nicely edited collection too. yours doesn't suffer from overlapping watches. i like collections having just one diver, one dressy, one casual, sporty/elegant etc. do you have a beater or is it the panny?
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Does anyone happen to know what model this is?



That's mine.
It's called the "Mystery Dial."
post #596 of 48312
What do you think about de Grisogono? I'm not even sure how to read half of the faces.







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While I love creative watches that utilize non-traditional ways of displaying the time + complications, those de Grisogono's are really bizarre, as if they were purposely going out of their way to make them hard to read.

Jon.
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Not very porntastic, but here's my daily watch. Tissot Ballade automatic (ETA, I believe). I need a new band. Where can I get a croc/gator band for a good price?


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What do you think about de Grisogono? I'm not even sure how to read half of the faces.
Looking at those watches intensified my hangover. No thanks. Besides, they could well be confused with cheapo "innovative" watches, like some models from Fossil, etc. I think this one's the most attractive (and the easiest to read):¨
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I need a new band. Where can I get a croc/gator band for a good price?
For somewhat commonly available and relatively cheap, I'd look at DiModell. I have one of their carbon fiber straps and like it a lot.

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Here mine Zenith class 6...

Great watch, Godfather.
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