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Love your watch brother. I wanna reiterate that I wanna see wrist shots when you get it! 

Cheers. Will post some pics when it arrives!
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Congrats man.
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Cheers. Will post some pics when it arrives!

u faking better! biggrin.gif
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"MMMM... Dinner Has Arrived"

 

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No groupthink but, objectively, that's not a fair fight... smile.gif
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I bought my son a Nomos Tangente Datum and was surprised how large it looked on the wrist for a 37.5mm watch.
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Lets see some pix!

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Originally Posted by leftwing37 View Post

I was wondering peoples thoughts on the Patek 3900, would it be wearable for a man or too small as it is only 32mm? I really want a nautilus but 14K is a big difference from the 3900 and 5700. Thoughts?


I don't wear really large watches msot of mine are 36-40mm, but I'd find anything under 36mm too small.  If the Nautilus is what you want, save up or if you have some watches you don't wear trade/sell them to fund a Nautiuls.

 

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Cylon, if we're talking speedy pro then why not have a look at the new (old) one released at Baselworld 2012? i.e. the 1962 reissue.

It also looks a lot nicer IMO on a strap than the IMO less attractive Speedy Pro bracelet. I actually much prefer the reduced bracelet to the pro.

If we're talking speedy reduced then no way, the Zenith is way nicer.

If we're talking perfect world, why not both?
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Some Laurent Ferrier Pr0n, for funsies, from Basel:

280
437
280
280
438
280

Those hands, my sweet, sweet Jesus. And in my most humble of opinions, one of the most elegantly designed movements / Tourbs.

Also, in regards to the Speedy Pro v. El Primero... I am going to have to go with with el numero uno, el primero. As much as I love the Speedy Pro, I think I am more of an El Primero guy. With that said, it really depends on the model.
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Some Laurent Ferrier Pr0n, for funsies, from Basel:

280
Those hands, my sweet, sweet Jesus. And in my most humble of opinions, one of the most elegantly designed movements / Tourbs.
Also, in regards to the Speedy Pro v. El Primero... I am going to have to go with with el numero uno, el primero. As much as I love the Speedy Pro, I think I am more of an El Primero guy. With that said, it really depends on the model.

you owe me some new pants. holy cow....icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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you owe me some new pants. holy cow....icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Make that two pairs of office pents:

http://ahci.watchprosite.com/show-forumpost/fi-16/pi-5208213/ti-780108/s-0/
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Make that two pairs of office pents:
http://ahci.watchprosite.com/show-forumpost/fi-16/pi-5208213/ti-780108/s-0/

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IWC x JLC (+ new strap!!!)

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wow, great pic!
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