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Here's my IWC. I was planning on acquiring a Rolex GMT II for my Bday in several months, but now it's been delayed. My next 2 watch purchases will be the Rolex and a PAM 000.
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^ sexy watch.
i really want the blue hands version shog[1].gif
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Nice IWC indeed. Might getting one for myself aswell. But i'm enjoying my Rolex too mutch to wear something else at the moment.
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^ sexy watch.
i really want the blue hands version shog[1].gif

The blue hand is what really sold me. It sets off the gold nicely.

I would be tempted to move up my purchases, but I wouldn't be wearing them enough to justify such purchases in a short time span.

I wear my TAG daily because sometimes I have to get my hands dirty and I wouldn't want to bang up such expensive watches. shog[1].gif
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74 Longines

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IWC have great looking watches!
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To salivate over:     http://www.rwsmithwatches.com/static/static.php?lang=en&mode=series

 

 

Note the use of IIII as opposed to IV. IV is correct, yet why do some insist on the use of IIII?  

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To salivate over:     http://www.rwsmithwatches.com/static/static.php?lang=en&mode=series

 

 

Note the use of IIII as opposed to IV. IV is correct, yet why do some insist on the use of IIII?  


Traditions and/because of symmetry.

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This has been out of rotation for what must have been the better part of a year. I was too lazy to resize but I finally got my act together this weekend. Glad to have it on my wrist.
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Long time lurker, surfacing to share my first serious watch:

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To salivate over:     http://www.rwsmithwatches.com/static/static.php?lang=en&mode=series

 

 

Note the use of IIII as opposed to IV. IV is correct, yet why do some insist on the use of IIII?  


very breguet esque!
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very breguet esque!



Running at ₤30,000 and takes aprox. 3 years to make one. Nice thing about this watch is the fact most people don't have a clue as to the make. (Unlike Rolex)

 

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Midas =)
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