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post #25216 of 31068
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Originally Posted by Keith T View Post

Looks good justinkapur....that's a great dial.

Surprised we don't see a little more Longines here on the TWAT thread.

 

 

+1 to all of that.

post #25217 of 31068
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Originally Posted by Keith T View Post

Looks good justinkapur....that's a great dial.

Surprised we don't see a little more Longines here on the TWAT thread

 

I agree; as much as I love seeing Frilly's Pateks and other exotica, it's nice to see more accessible pieces in the real world now and then.  I have to say, I don't find Longines the most aspirational brand, even in its price range.  I don't know why, it's just not really caught my imagination. But that is a very classy and attractive looking chrono, and I like it very much indeed.  Thanks JK for sharing (and people, you should see the rest of what this guy wears....)

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Thanks for all the kind words guys. When I saw the watch a few years back I knew I loved it but I couldn't afford to purchase it. I had looked for it when I was financially stable and it was no longer around. Finally 2 years later after having dinner with my mom we walked in and there she was. I tried it on and a week later I picked it up. Aside from purchasing a house this was my biggest purchase so it means a lot to me and I think it'll be a perfect watch for me for years to come.

Of course now I have a panerai which is more so my fun piece. I have watched and read this thread and enjoyed a lot of the more expensive and luxurious pieces but I thought I might share my piece.
post #25219 of 31068
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

I agree; as much as I love seeing Frilly's Pateks and other exotica, it's nice to see more accessible pieces in the real world now and then.  I have to say, I don't find Longines the most aspirational brand, even in its price range.  I don't know why, it's just not really caught my imagination. But that is a very classy and attractive looking chrono, and I like it very much indeed.  Thanks JK for sharing (and people, you should see the rest of what this guy wears....)

+1

Now mimo, when do we get to see that poor man's watch you mentioned?
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Wes, don't build it up man!  It's three months away, and way below par for this thread!  

 

Justin, is that from the "Master Collection"?  I love the hands.  Looks pretty big - I'm interested to know how it works for you as a dress watch if the Pan is your "fun"?

post #25221 of 31068
To be fair it's steel covered in rubber with screw in links and a titanium butterfly deployant. I heard msrp for the bracelet alone can exceed 2000. 1000's actually not bad if you consider what other brands are charging for their steel offerings
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Originally Posted by jbarwick View Post

The articulated rubber strap available for that JLC Navy Seal looks interesting but I don't know if adding $1000 to the price for a rubber strap is interesting enough.
post #25222 of 31068
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

Wes, don't build it up man!  It's three months away, and way below par for this thread!  

Then I'll look for it in the other thread!
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(I never post there; perverse I know.)

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While the PMWT is reserved for more affordable pieces, I don't think the opposite is true for TWAT. Despite the fact a lot of expensive watches get posted here, I always felt it was just a place to talk about watches in general, regardless of price.
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

Wes, don't build it up man!  It's three months away, and way below par for this thread!  

Justin, is that from the "Master Collection"?  I love the hands.  Looks pretty big - I'm interested to know how it works for you as a dress watch if the Pan is your "fun"?

Yes, it's a master collection, looks like a 44mm dial, which is big.

I love Longines.
post #25226 of 31068
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Originally Posted by Keith T View Post

Sorry to hear about the fogging, wurger.

That's two very solid backups, though....and surely Longines will make it right.

thanks for that, Keith.
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Originally Posted by wurger View Post

Yes, it's a master collection, looks like a 44mm dial, which is big.

I love Longines.

nailed it. it is a 44mm. the 42 face wasnt as appealing the way the chrono sat so I opted for this size.
post #25228 of 31068
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post
 

 (and people, you should see the rest of what this guy wears....)

I've seen some of the shoes - Wow!

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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

I've seen some of the shoes - Wow!

Ehh theres nothing that exciting in my collection... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

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Just picked her back up from repair in SF. Glad to see her back on my wrist.

Deets! Very nice
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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

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These two have no problems coexisting in my small family of watches, or for that matter, bathing together:




Although "the crowns" acknowledge that this sister of theirs is much closer to my heart than others:



That is gorgeous!
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