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post #6271 of 48312
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Originally Posted by _AMD View Post
Is this yours? If so, congratulations. The shot is great, but it seems to be missing some of the color in that beautiful lume.

Aaron

Yes, but a great watch nonetheless!
post #6272 of 48312
Yes, this is mine. The reflection of the crystal is a real b!tch. Will use a circular polariser to bring out the contrast of the dial.

post #6273 of 48312
Today again.

post #6274 of 48312
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/M
What is this? I can't make out the name on the dial.
post #6275 of 48312
I got this last year - was owned by the Omega museum in London, NOS megaquartz f2.4 Not to everyone's liking, but it's a beautiful piece of 70's bling p.s. this is not the actual watch, I don't have a photo on me at the moment.
post #6276 of 48312
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What is this? I can't make out the name on the dial.

It's an Eberhard&Co "Replica" - yes, that is the name of the model...

/M
post #6277 of 48312
1889 Elgin

post #6278 of 48312
Here it´s another 360,



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Didn´t know that were ristis around, great.
post #6279 of 48312
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Yep, 6309-7040.

/M
Love the strap.
post #6280 of 48312
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1889 Elgin

Nice
post #6281 of 48312
Great watches here.
post #6282 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
No need for that (at least with regards to me), as I'm sure your collection can easily outshine my modest threesome

But it's one HOT threesome (that any guy would be lucky to have) . While I admire ultra-complicated and ultra-expensive watches, I prefer ones I can actually wear for anything. As a result, my pieces are all steel, and their reputations for reliability largely influenced their entrance into my collection (less so on the PP, which is also my favorite).
post #6283 of 48312
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It's an Eberhard&Co "Replica" - yes, that is the name of the model... /M
Thanks M
post #6284 of 48312
What's the largest watch that would be suitable for a 6.5" wrist? 42mm?
post #6285 of 48312
Totally depends on style (optics-wise) and shape (comfort-wise). I'm quite sure that a 6,5" wrist can pull off a 44mm Panerai, for example.

/M
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