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its just a personal preference as i like boring watches like the a. lange and sohn posted above, but your favorite watch seems way too busy.
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its just a personal preference as i like boring watches like the a. lange and sohn posted above, but your favorite watch seems way too busy.

Good point. Maybe that's why I wear my plain watches most of the time and rarely wear this one.
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I don't wear this much, but it's my favorite watch.
Anybody know what they call that crown design?
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Anybody know what they call that crown design?

looks to me like an onion crown.
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looks to me like an onion crown.
Really? I thought the onion had farther spaces in between the slits.
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My current fave is my IWC Top Gun. I'm sick of 46mm, but this watch was impossible for me to decline.

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My favorite Rolex...f'ing beautiful!!

That is just gorgeous!
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My current fave is my IWC Top Gun. I'm sick of 46mm, but this watch was impossible for me to decline.



What's the rational for showing 3 dates? Rather busy, no?
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Like the Top Gun
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Love those Greg Stevens buckles.

Nice 112 from one owner to another. Good choice in straps.

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What's the rational for showing 3 dates? Rather busy, no?
When you're on the Highway to the Danger Zone, its easy to forget yesterday's date and hard to think about what tomorrow's will be.
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When you're on the Highway to the Danger Zone, its easy to forget yesterday's date and hard to think about what tomorrow's will be.

If you're a real soldier, you aren't wearing a $10K watch into a battle zone. I suppose unless you're a mercenary getting paid buco bucks.
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If you're a real soldier, you aren't wearing a $10K watch into a battle zone. I suppose unless you're a mercenary getting paid buco bucks.
Clearly, somebody needs to brush up on their Top Gun references.
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What's the rational for showing 3 dates? Rather busy, no?
Design cue from aircraft cockpit instrumentation
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