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post #14911 of 38410
Awesome watch. The only difficulty I had was choosing the color of the face (I went with a black faced one in the end), but the white plus YG combination is exceedingly elegant as well.
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@arigold the Portuguese is a handsome piece
post #14913 of 38410
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

^ Very nice. If I was looking for a Seamaster that's the one I'd get too - no date?
Also nice strap. From Timefactors? (Still 'currently not available' frown.gif )

Thanks! No date, yes. Def the cleanest looking. It´s my "poor man´s Milsub" biggrin.gif

I think I bought the strap on eBay ...
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It's a classic one that works with almost anything. Especially if you are a suit-man... After buying my AP next week i'm also going for a watch like this by IWC for sure. 

 

You can't go wrong with this :)

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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

thinking about buying an IWC portguese chronograph as a second watch. I have a speedmaster.
whatddayal think?
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post #14915 of 38410
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

thinking about buying an IWC portguese chronograph as a second watch. I have a speedmaster.
whatddayal think? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I love that watch.
post #14916 of 38410
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

thinking about buying an IWC portguese chronograph as a second watch. I have a speedmaster.
whatddayal think? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 


 

 Its a very nice choice.  Its also quite different in overall design and dial layout compared to your Speedy, so even though its another chronograph it still gives you some variety.  Good luck and enjoy!

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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

thinking about buying an IWC portguese chronograph as a second watch. I have a speedmaster.
whatddayal think?
M02_IW371401_2011_grey.jpg

great watch. ive had 2 of them. I first picked the black dial with white subdials (panda) and LOVED it. after it was stolen, i replaced it with the blue dial special laureus edition. still have it, and it needs to see more wrist time.
post #14918 of 38410

Guys:

 

I don't suppose anyone here knows a JLC dealer well? 

 

I want to get that mock-tropic leather strap that comes on the Deep Sea watches.

 

If it's 20mm with 16-18mm buckle end I'd like to put it on a Rolex 1680 I have coming. 

post #14919 of 38410
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

Guys:

 

I don't suppose anyone here knows a JLC dealer well? 

 

I want to get that mock-tropic leather strap that comes on the Deep Sea watches.

 

If it's 20mm with 16-18mm buckle end I'd like to put it on a Rolex 1680 I have coming. 

PM in stitches I think he works with watches, but i'm not sure.

post #14920 of 38410

Reverso on the Duomo roof

700

post #14921 of 38410
I bought that very watch earlier this year (changed the strap for a brown croc strap) to celebrate the birth of my girl. I love it so much. It was tough to choose between the various dials but I thought that the white/cream dial with the gold was the most versatile and elegant of the bunch. I already had a couple of watches with a black dial so I wanted a bit of a change as well.

In Stitches, congrats on the new watch! Looks great.

Anyone know anything about Zenith Chronomaster moonphase watches? Looking to pick one up. Cheers.
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

thinking about buying an IWC portguese chronograph as a second watch. I have a speedmaster.
whatddayal think?
M02_IW371401_2011_grey.jpg
post #14922 of 38410
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Originally Posted by Ranjeev View Post

Anyone know anything about Zenith Chronomaster moonphase watches? Looking to pick one up. Cheers.

Current or vintage?
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

Guys:

I don't suppose anyone here knows a JLC dealer well? 

I want to get that mock-tropic leather strap that comes on the Deep Sea watches.

If it's 20mm with 16-18mm buckle end I'd like to put it on a Rolex 1680 I have coming. 

Try Chatelco in Carmel. They're a good JLC AD.
post #14924 of 38410
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Current or vintage?

The 01-0240-410C491GB which is relatively new but I think there were some changes made to the current version (arabic vs. roman numerals for example).

Thanks.
post #14925 of 38410
@ arigold, im sorry, but i have to be the voice of dissent, the portuguese is awesome. but it now.
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Sorry Stiches,

Needed to wait until Friday to wear the 112.  It's on ammo strap here: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

looks fantastic! can we get a better pic of that strap?
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

Guys:

I don't suppose anyone here knows a JLC dealer well? 

I want to get that mock-tropic leather strap that comes on the Deep Sea watches.

If it's 20mm with 16-18mm buckle end I'd like to put it on a Rolex 1680 I have coming. 
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

PM in stitches I think he works with watches, but i'm not sure.

correct. feel free to drop a line, hayward, id be glad to help.
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Reverso on the Duomo roof Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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