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Current watch collection (minus my Casio G-Shock)....hopefully will get my hands on the PP 3940G in the future!

1) PP Calatrava 5196G - My current grail watch
2) Omega Speedmaster Professional Ref 3570
3) Rolex Submariner 16610
4) Rolex Speedking - Handed down to me.

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Cool photo! I love that classic dial/hand color combo.
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Lovely Stowa there, Rambo.
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Current watch collection (minus my Casio G-Shock)....hopefully will get my hands on the PP 3940G in the future! 1) PP Calatrava 5196G - My current grail watch 2) Omega Speedmaster Professional Ref 3570 3) Rolex Submariner 16610 4) Rolex Speedking - Handed down to me.
Awesome collection there. That PP alone looks superb
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Current watch collection

All these are great.
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How do you guys feel about the AP Royal Oak Chrono?
My feeling is that both of these are horrendous.

And that, beyond that, angled date wheels at 4:30 are just cheap and tacky.



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I have had this watch at the top of my list for some time and have been saving for it. But I am uncertain as to sizing.

If I may ask Rambo, how big is your wrist, and could you take a shot a little further back?

+1, I'd like to see that too
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Here's mine for the day.

Rolex Deepsea Dweller.

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Is that a Marine Original ?
Yep. Marine Original Roman
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I have had this watch at the top of my list for some time and have been saving for it. But I am uncertain as to sizing. If I may ask Rambo, how big is your wrist, and could you take a shot a little further back?
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+1, I'd like to see that too
Sure guys. My mini-tape seems to have gone the way of the Dodo so you'll have to give me a little bit to dig it up. What is the proper way to measure wrist size? Over the center of the bone? I'll work on getting a daylight shot in the next few days. Its almost impossible to use the flash on this thing, thus the dark shots.
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Lovely Stowa there, Rambo.
Thanks
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My last Watch a "Reverso Grand Modèle" from Jaeger Lecoultre...of course















Classique versus Grand Modèle













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Lovely JLC, a dual faced classic reverso is probably my onewatch!
-TTO
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My last


Great watch.
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Damnit! I'm trying to talk myself out of lusting after a Rolex on a NATO...this is not helping!!!
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/M
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Every time I see a pic of a Mk XV, I'm struck anew by how nice a design it is.
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