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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

15202ST would really be a great companion piece to my PP 5711/1A. 

 

The watches above do not deserve to be mentioned in the same thread as the pic below ffffuuuu.gif

 

 

 

I do respect AP, but they have been pooping our some scarrry shizzznit lately. 

 

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OMG that Governator pic is so full of win!

In my mind he's wearing a pair of white leather tennis shoes underneath.

Like some 90's-era Nike cross-trainers.



Good advice from papa kot on the vintage Rolex sourcing....those sellers have good reps in the community, esp. Jacek.
Happy hunting.
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Originally Posted by Keith T View Post

wurger, I like that off-white/cream looking dial on your Longines....amps up the overall vintage looks. Wondering if you've ever tried it on a lighter colored strap? I think that would be extra sweet on a honey croc.

mMontebello, nice Daytona. Great all-around watch.

To be honest, I actually don't know how to change of strap myself... shog[1].gif so I haven't.

Even though it is a dark brown, in normal light it does appear lighter, and contrasts well with the white stitchings.

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Rolex SS Submariner Black in action

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^^ More simpler-is-better action from Rolex.  This (with no date), no-date oyster, or the perfectly sized 39mm Explorer 1?  And there's the Daytona of course.  Has to be at least one of them, sooner or later...

 

Thanks for the Piaget pic, Keith!  I think I like the back better than the front, though.  Not a lover of skeletons, really.  Even cool platinum ones with awesome micro-rotor backside action.

 

As for you and your nonsense, Frilly, imagine how many "special" Graham Chronofighters you could buy for that. ;)

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Piaget pr0n (Click to show)

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Honestly, that is the only watch that would district me from Patek and AL&S in that price range, other than some indies.




In my opinion, one of the most gorgeous watches I have ever seen. It would be a completely emotional purchase, but damn, that watch is just gorgeous.


I love the sight of the balance wheel sneaking out from the back.

 

Love this watch. Do not like the Piaget branding on the dial. Yep its a dealbreaker for me shog[1].gif

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Love this watch. Do not like the Piaget branding on the dial. Yep its a dealbreaker for me shog%5B1%5D.gif

Really? For some reason or another, I really don't mind the Piaget branding on it. The fact that it is on the rotor makes it pretty unobtrusive to me. It is fairly large though!

It definitely could have been done more discretely though...
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To be honest, I actually don't know how to change of strap myself... shog[1].gif so I haven't.

Even though it is a dark brown, in normal light it does appear lighter, and contrasts well with the white stitchings.

 

All you need is a $5 strap changing tool. Gorgeous watch.
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My old Longines has a fixed bar I do not know if this model is the same.
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Originally Posted by culverwood View Post

My old Longines has a fixed bar I do not know if this model is the same.

What's a fixed bar?
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

^^ More simpler-is-better action from Rolex.  This (with no date), no-date oyster, or the perfectly sized 39mm Explorer 1?  And there's the Daytona of course.  Has to be at least one of them, sooner or later...

 

Thanks for the Piaget pic, Keith!  I think I like the back better than the front, though.  Not a lover of skeletons, really.  Even cool platinum ones with awesome micro-rotor backside action.

 

As for you and your nonsense, Frilly, imagine how many "special" Graham Chronofighters you could buy for that. ;)

 

You can admit it, mimo.  Your list should also include a GMT-Master on a Jubilee bracelet.  Just like AHNOLD in this surely-SF-and-especially-mimo-approved stylin' pic:

 

 

That impeccably tight, "skinny" fit!  Those collars!  That hair!  I mean, it must be a trick of the light or something but you could even glimpse a pocket square peeking out there. Come on.  Style maven fo sho!

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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

 

You can admit it, mimo.  Your list should also include a GMT-Master on a Jubilee bracelet.  Just like AHNOLD in this surely-SF-and-especially-mimo-approved stylin' pic:

 

 

That impeccably tight, "skinny" fit!  Those collars!  That hair!  I mean, it must be a trick of the light or something but you could even glimpse a pocket square peeking out there. Come on.  Style maven fo sho!

Not trying to be Arnold, but in my opinion it's certainly a great watch.

 

Especially on the Super Jubilee.

1000

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Root beer. Nipple dial. Jubilee or brown leather. Live happily ever after!

 

 

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Originally Posted by Omega Male View Post

Root beer. Nipple dial. Jubilee or brown leather. Live happily ever after!

 

 

I LUV the nipple dial!!!

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esp on kate upton? nest.gif
 

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