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Originally Posted by economiayocio View Post
I think they are really lovely watches. Here you can see a pic of mine: They are great. I think that the problem is that some people compare them to Patek Philippe, and they are not. Of my watches, this in the top 3 of compliments.
Wow! Very nice. I'm dying to know: what are the other two compliment-getters?
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One of my most beloved watches:
Gorgeous Dornblueth there. I have yet to see one of those in person, but they look absolutely great from the photos I've seen.
post #6032 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Belligero View Post
Wow! Very nice.

I'm dying to know: what are the other two compliment-getters?



Gorgeous Dornblueth there. I have yet to see one of those in person, but they look absolutely great from the photos I've seen.

Maybe my Calatrava and my IWC 7 days.

Thanks very much for your comments.
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Today I reviewd this beauty. It is the LE Liquidmetal.

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I'm currently saving up my money for the Oris Artelier Skeleton watch. I absolutely love the way it looks.
Does anyone here have any experience with Oris though? I do not know anybody who owns one, so I haven't been able to ask anyone for general impressions with the brand.

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Thinking of buying this. Any thoughts ? I love rectangular watches and have the JLC Reverso and the GP 1945.


like it! knowing it's a jlc movement made me take a second look and it's nice for a rectangular watch that isn't as gimmicky as the reverso. i think i also liked a new reverso model in a larger size but classic face and exhibition back. gp's are nice as well.
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it's nice for a rectangular watch that isn't as gimmicky as the reverso

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[quote=NonServiam;3662045]Not a wristwatch, but a lovely 30s Art Deco travel clock by Jaeger LeCoultre. 8 days power reserve.



Now that's fawking awesome.

-LR
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Thoughts on the Parmigiani Kalpa? I don't know much about the brand but I really like the look.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Two atrociously expensive educations in NYC... I had to re- order some priorities over the last couple of years.

post #6040 of 48312
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Thinking of buying this. Any thoughts ? I love rectangular watches and have the JLC Reverso and the GP 1945.
Meh. I don't know about cost but its nothing special in the looks department.
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Looks fine to me. I normally don't like rectangular watches, but this looks pretty good to me.

Love that Omega, economiayocio
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That liquidmetal PO is sick.
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Originally Posted by economiayocio View Post
One of my most beloved watches:


What is that?
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Originally Posted by blah23 View Post
What is that?

Dornblueth
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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post
Dornblueth

I love the looks of those. I just wish they weren't all above 40mm.
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