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^^^ I know - I generally feel the same - but I want to try to do this piece some kind of justice and I can already tell it's going to be tricky to capture.


It is very tough to capture. Granted I didn't bother trying to set up the proper environment, but I did hit it with some quick editing to resolve some issues though I still wasn't please with the results. I've had mine for a few weeks now and love it. I don't have the leather case yet though, that was the price of grabbing it early ;)

 

Which of the two dials did you go with?

post #28082 of 39041

^^^ I went with red.

post #28083 of 39041

Nice, I did as well. My wife got the cream with the blued hands and logo. I really, really like the watch, both versions. It may be my favorite purchase of 2013, and I made a lot of purchases in 2013. Wear it in good health my friend. :cheers:

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Originally Posted by DLJr View Post
 

Nice, I did as well. My wife got the cream with the blued hands and logo. I really, really like the watch, both versions. It may be my favorite purchase of 2013, and I made a lot of purchases in 2013. Wear it in good health my friend. :cheers:

 

Cool beans - a matching set!  All the best to you both as well. :cheers:

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C-c-c-c-c-combo BREAKER. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

SO EPIC!!!
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

It's like a dream within a dream within a dream!







roger. pics already damnit!!!
post #28086 of 39041
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C-c-c-c-c-combo BREAKER.

 

That was good! Hahaha! :lol:

post #28087 of 39041

Okay, I hear the drums, the natives are restless - best I could do below.  I will say this dial is just gorgeous and looks about 5 different shades of red depending on the light.

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Its beautiful.
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I would like to be associated with the words of the last speaker
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Gentlemen,

I have been growing tired of the Rolex brand recently. I feel exposed, as the likes of an ecdysiast.

Shall I opt for a Panerai?

Appreciatively yours,

Neville D. Irving

post #28092 of 39041
See Roger, that wasn't so hard, was it? Better than most of what I try to pass off as photography.

I don't think I like the color red enough personally to go that route for a watch, but I must say that's one heck of a dial....definitely can see where it would give you a lot of different shades to enjoy.
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Nuke - KI reference ? If so. Awesome.

Here's my play today.

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C-c-c-c-c-combo BREAKER.

post #28094 of 39041
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Originally Posted by neville irving View Post
 

Gentlemen,

I have been growing tired of the Rolex brand recently. I feel exposed, as the likes of an ecdysiast.

Shall I opt for a Panerai?

Appreciatively yours,

Neville D. Irving

Neville,

 

Your taste in timepieces appears to be superb, unlike your taste in automobiles. I enjoy my Rolex Oyster Perpetual Daytona, as seen in my picture. Panerai are very nice; I own one - a Luminor Submersible. It's very nice. You should also consider a Patek Phillipe - they're very tasteful.

 

Regards,

Abraham


Edited by AbrahamLebowitz - 1/16/14 at 5:21pm
post #28095 of 39041

You guys are a horrible bunch of enablers. 

Have to go with my heart and get a MUT Moon. 

Steel or rose gold? I've only seen the rose gold in person, and while it is certainly immensely beautiful I can't help but think that the steel would be less ostentatious and more versatile, and just as beautiful in a slightly different way. Of course, since now we're talking about getting a watch for the heart and for the ages, cost-efficiency is a non-factor. 

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