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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Was just looking for fun at beginning of this thread and I saw this. It is so awesome! Do you still have it since it's many years ago you posted this?

Such a shame that they got rid of that design.

The old one looked great.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post


Such a shame that they got rid of that design.
The old one looked great.

It really is, such a beauty.

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^ Agreed. The 5002 looks much better than what has followed it. Same can be said for the MkXV, Aquatimer 3536 and Inge 3227, IMO.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

I think Di-Modell is slightly better than Hirsh - the croc ages a more nicely.
I got an ABP shark strap for my 111 but didn't like it. The edge finishing was pretty amateurish.

+1 on Di-Modell. Even with their recent price increases. The Aero lining is definitely good if you sweat.

Surprised you had trouble with ABP. Never heard anything but good things about them.
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do i need tools to switch watch bands and shorten metal bands? or can i make do with stuff around the house
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the one tool that does both jobs is pretty damn handy
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which tool is that (the forked pick type thingy?)? any good ones i should buy?
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

do i need tools to switch watch bands and shorten metal bands? or can i make do with stuff around the house

depends on how the links/strap are attached to each other/the lugs. may need a screw driver. if they are just pressure pins, you really need a vice, a small awl or a large pin, and a little hammer. for the strap, you just need a small precision screwdriver to take out the spring bars.

however, if you do not know what you are doing, which you probably dont (no worries, no one does who doesnt do it all the time), you can easily lose pins and or fuxxor up your watch. best to go to a jewelry store and pay a few bucks to have it done right, and let them have the liability if something goes wrong. trust.

you can probably buy all the tools online, but it will be far cheaper to just take it to a store to do it. will take 5 minutes max.
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After much contemplation, I traded my 5146 for a Nautilus annual.
Overpriced, but what else is so durable, useful, masculine? Perhaps only the sub.
Had to pay near list but happy. Came from Tourneau Chicago. Looks better from a distance, but growing on me. I put it on rubber since I wash my hands a lot and summers are hot here.
Don't laugh at my small wrist!

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Originally Posted by prayingrobot View Post

After much contemplation, I traded my 5146 for a Nautilus annual.
Overpriced, but what else is so durable, useful, masculine? Perhaps only the sub.
Had to pay near list but happy. Came from Tourneau Chicago. Looks better from a distance, but growing on me. I put it on rubber since I wash my hands a lot and summers are hot here.
Don't laugh at my small wrist!
IMG_0283.JPG 1654k .JPG file

Very nice, Congrats.

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that watch is the ducks nuts. i love the 5146, but the nautilus is just as much of a winner.
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Fun shot at work.

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What do you do for a living?
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Originally Posted by prayingrobot View Post

What do you do for a living?

The Sig version of the Walther is just a discrepancy...he's just a simple horologist with a license to kill.
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Accountant for the mob (you can see his calculator on the left).
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