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fuck your job. poast moaar.

+1,000  

 

You crack me up Stitchy!!!  :cheers:

 

 

Cleav...that link didn't work for me either. 

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Many apologies gents, it's the 5101 P. It's for sale at 190k GB£

Here's a pic

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Hi Guys,

 

Any comments on the current Longines diver models? As I am new to the watch scene and have budget constraints as I am saving up for my graduate studies, I am leaning towards a daily beater in the form of dive watches as I can wear them in a suit and in a laid back manner. Or do you have any better recommendations?

 

Thanks!

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what the hell is this?





for the frog lovers... (warning... graphic content lol8[1].gif)
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Wow...very nice..

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And there I was, thinking irony was dead.
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Many apologies gents, it's the 5101 P. It's for sale at 190k GB£

Here's a pic
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robokop
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This is the copy that accompanies the pics

5101P (Click to show)
Patek Philippe are known for their classical reserve, and the 5101P ‘10 Day Tourbillon’ is a fine example of the watchmaker’s brilliance. The stepped curves of the rectangular case — made from platinum, of course — mirror the art deco style for which Patek Philippe are well-known. And as beautiful as the copper-coloured dial is, it’s what’s written on it that elevates this watch from special to outstanding: ‘Tourbillon’.

The reverse of the 5101P proudly displays more of what Patek Philippe are world-famous for making. The caliber 28-20/222 adds increased accuracy with a tourbillon complication that beats freely at the bottom half of the movement. Exposed for viewing pleasure, the tourbillon exhibits the finest forms of hand-decoration afforded to it by the master watchmakers at Patek Philippe.

This Patek Philippe has undergone a thorough inspection of water resistance, accuracy, functionality and condition to determine the level of reconditioning required to meet our strict standards. It has also been referenced against technical documents and manufacturer records where available to ensure authenticity and a clean history.

This is a pre-owned Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5101P. It has a 30mm Platinum case, a Salmon Arabic dial, a Alligator - Camel bracelet, and is powered by a Manual movement. The case has a 3361xxxxxxxxxxx serial and paperwork is dated 01 March 2006, making it 8 years. It originated in malta, and comes complete with box. £190,000.

BTW I do not have enough fully functioning organs to kop this!
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Wow...very nice..

FTFY
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

what the hell is this?
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for the frog lovers... (warning... graphic content lol8[1].gif)

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Ha! Well-played Kid.

Stitch: glad to see your baby is back.

And Cleav, that's a really sweet Patek. Maybe you should harvest other people's organs as necessary. biggrin.gif



I'm wearing this one today (old pic):

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that is one of the best explorer pics i have seen.
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Keith! Awesome Explorer pic!!!

Get together with watch nerd friends here while I'm on vacation.

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Although not really to my taste, it is cool seeing one of those Ressence pieces.

Any impressions Frillsy?

And Keith, great Explorer pic my man!
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Wow! Great pic. Love that AP RBII
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Having already won New York and visited most major American cities to win them too, Frilly now wins vacation.  Forever.

 

Great pic, and +1 on Keith's Explorer pic too...really makes you feel the love. :)

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So, having realized that I'm probably a few years and/or a new job away from an AP RO, so I need a new goal. I've always had a soft spot for the Rolex GMT Master II Pepsi bezel, and having seen two of them (one at the gym and one at the subway) in as many days, I figured that was some type of sign. 

 

I'll do some research, but I might as well ask here as well. What am I looking for in terms of years, references, prices? I actually think I prefer the Jubilee bracelet to the Oyster, any reason I shouldn't?

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