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post #12181 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


Some of it could sill be true, the Aston was for sale, not to far from where he lives and it's sold now.
He has positive rep in B&S buying G&G, Brioni etc.
I have a PM from him stating what he does for a living and who he works for, so some of it could be true.

 

Point is he shouldnt have anything to prove. I thought people came here for clothing advice and not to measure our dicks (but I may be in the minority) 

post #12182 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Naked Economist View Post

It's more a dress watch as I am in a suit a lot of the time. I have opted for a watch with a leather strap. I would like a chronograph, but I expect that might be my next purchase. Or would you recommend the other way around?

 

Vintage Omega Seamaster, Rolex, or Tudor?

post #12183 of 36802
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Originally Posted by junior varsity View Post

http://www.roberthimler.com/about/
http://www.secretentourage.com/success-stories/robert-himler/
proves that anyone can front a company to pretend to work but it could all be a smoke screen


You are showing me a link, I showed you. rotflmao.gif
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Originally Posted by Cylon View Post

Point is he shouldnt have anything to prove. I thought people came here for clothing advice and not to measure our dicks (but I may be in the minority) 

Yeah but people still do, I wont out him, until he has had a chance to defend him self.
post #12184 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

You are showing me a link, I showed you. rotflmao.gif
Yeah but people still do, I wont out him, until he has had a chance to defend him self.

i mean lol its the 4th link that comes up when you google man laugh.gif
post #12185 of 36802
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

You're articulate

+1
post #12186 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Some of it could sill be true, the Aston was for sale, not to far from where he lives and it's sold now.
He has positive rep in B&S buying G&G, Brioni etc.
I have a PM from him stating what he does for a living and who he works for, so some of it could be true.

i think he meant well, but got carried away trying to look baller. thats my guess.

nothing wrong with being who you are. some times people dont realize that.
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

+1

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post #12187 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

Stitchy, may I recommend taking a look at the PAM 0? Not only the cheapest PAM, but one of the nicest (IMO)
pam_0_1.jpg
Not my pic, just quickly googled
Unless you prefer the Radiomir design, in which case a 210 is a great place to start smile.gif

It might just be the photograph but this is the first Panerai I've liked.
post #12188 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


It might just be the photograph but this is the first Panerai I've liked.

Looks quite similar to loads of base PAMs.  I suspect it's just the picture for you.  And you're Italian!biggrin.gif

post #12189 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Cylon View Post

Vintage Omega Seamaster, Rolex, or Tudor?

i'd not recommend a vintage watch as a first real watch...
thats like saying get a porsche 993 as their first real car...
too many unknowns... get something new, reliable...

how about a TAG Carrera Auto? $1500USD from authorized dealers after discount
post #12190 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

It might just be the photograph but this is the first Panerai I've liked.

welcome aboard ich. smile.gif
post #12191 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Naked Economist View Post

Brand doesn't matter that much. But I want a watch that is classical and timeless, Longines seem to embody that..

Ok, I'd recommend a watch made in Germany then. Look at the Stowa Marine original, or the Sinn 556. You get more bang for your buck, if you fancy a chrono, look at Guinand watches.
post #12192 of 36802
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Originally Posted by junior varsity View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
i'd not recommend a vintage watch as a first real watch...
thats like saying get a porsche 993 as their first real car... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
too many unknowns... get something new, reliable...
how about a TAG Carrera Auto? $1500USD from authorized dealers after discount

nothing wrong with that...
post #12193 of 36802
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Originally Posted by junior varsity View Post


i'd not recommend a vintage watch as a first real watch...
thats like saying get a porsche 993 as their first real car...
too many unknowns... get something new, reliable...
how about a TAG Carrera Auto? $1500USD from authorized dealers after discount

 

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post #12194 of 36802
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Originally Posted by Cylon View Post

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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


Some of it could sill be true, the Aston was for sale, not to far from where he lives and it's sold now.
He has positive rep in B&S buying G&G, Brioni etc.
I have a PM from him stating what he does for a living and who he works for, so some of it could be true.

 

Point is he shouldnt have anything to prove. I thought people came here for clothing advice and not to measure our dicks (but I may be in the minority) 

While I agree that we are all here to share fashion advice, what's the point of posting pics of things that don't belong to you and pretend they do?
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