or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The Watch Appreciation Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The Watch Appreciation Thread - Page 214

post #3196 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tidybeard View Post
Lovely 5002. Transitional?

I had a real dilemma between the 5002 and 5004, love them both. Is that the OEM strap? I really like the different stitching on each end and can't see any taper.

Thanks. It's a first gen with original strap.
post #3197 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by NH_Clark View Post
how about a 1940's 36mm in rose gold
That's seriously Nice. I have a pocket watch relative in steel (the fob is silver/bakelite, also 1940s):
post #3198 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lucky Strike View Post
That's seriously Nice.

I have a pocket watch relative in steel (the fob is silver/bakelite, also 1940s):

]


Nice even Patina on that dial. Very nice.


Here is my GMT on a Bond Goldfinger style Nato strap:

post #3199 of 31021
Nice.
I got the Speedy and Port 5001 next on my list
post #3200 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by Confucius View Post
Just curious Greg, what is the purpose of the datewheel displaying three days?

Also, I'm assuming (correct me if wrong) that those are OEM straps. Can you point me in the direction of a good maker? I would like to get a deployant for the 3717 I'm soon to purchase, but not willing to fork out the hundreds $$ for it!

I believe the datewheel design is in homage to the altimeter found in many a cockpit of fighter jets? I like it because it is differents.

Strap from HKTann. As to deployant......check TZ SC. There are good (and reasonable) sellers of dep. there.

G
post #3201 of 31021
Just a lucky capture of one of my favorite modern Rolexes. Rolex GMT IIc
post #3202 of 31021
Love those last two Rolexes
post #3203 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lucky Strike View Post
That's seriously Nice.

I have a pocket watch relative in steel (the fob is silver/bakelite, also 1940s):






that is a beauty!!

I picked mine up at a flea market in Sao Paulo Brazil a couple of months ago.
post #3204 of 31021
Thread Starter 
Celebrating the 40th anniversary by wearing my 1972 Speedy today

post #3205 of 31021
I picked this up from Shnoop.com for only $150! It has a sapphire crystal and an ETA 2892 movement.





Here is the black version. It is not mine.

post #3206 of 31021
My latest purchase: heavy heavy IWC 7 Days Ingenieur with steel bracelet



Thanks for looking :-)
post #3207 of 31021
I love watches, especially Pilots



By boyin, shot with DSLR-A200 at 2009-07-20
post #3208 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by AnGeLiCbOrIs View Post
I picked this up from Shnoop.com for only $150! It has a sapphire crystal and an ETA 2892 movement.




Sweet - evidently there's only the two of us here who think Accutron's are a good value.
post #3209 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Celebrating the 40th anniversary by wearing my 1972 Speedy today

Very nice!
post #3210 of 31021
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Celebrating the 40th anniversary by wearing my 1972 Speedy today


Beautiful! My favourite Omega and one of the few watches I could see join my very modest collection (no-date sub & PAM 177).

Looks like it's floating.

In space.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The Watch Appreciation Thread