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He has dress and casual pocket knives.  There's something deliciously insane about that.

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So does Patrick Bateman.

Shit, I realised I have my pocket knife in my drawer at work and could have done the triplecombo with that. If you can all bear the wait i'll save that treat until the morning.
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Best $16 I ever spent...

 

 

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Best $16 I ever spent...

 

 

Very nice combo!

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^^ For everything??? Hahahaha
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Travel with one watch. Usually the Nautilus. Steel, can go anywhere, slip under my cuff, okay with suits and formal wear (though not ideal), can certainly take it (and have taken it several times) to the beach.  

 

More recently I've gotten into the habit of traveling with two watches: usually my perp cal 3940P for when I have to be in suits, etc.  Then I switch it out to my Sub or DSSD once the day is done and if I go out with friends.  Love the little diver buggers.  Hah hah.

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^^ For everything??? Hahahaha

Gerber dime is priceless, and $16.

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I like the Space pens had one years ago.  I still have a a Sensa pen with squishy grip that uses space pen refills, which I bought to take the written portion of the Bar Exam (I understand now its all on a computer and not handwritten essays).  At $50 it was the most I ever spent on a pen.  

How about law school exams, where you'd go through 5-10 blue books to answer three discussion questions. LOL So primitive looking back on it.
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How about law school exams, where you'd go through 5-10 blue books to answer three discussion questions. LOL So primitive looking back on it.

While I hated studying those were good times for me...and many I miss the watch prices of back then...SS Daytona MSRP $5,100, SS Subs and GMTs around $2,850...If only I had a time machine. Those were the days.  

 

Actually, a few days before my crim law final, and about 3 hours before a class review session I made a few random calls found an AD had just gotten in a black SS Daytona and knew I would not be able to concentrate if I let it get away. I raced down town, pulled the trigger, then got to my class review session, oh and I aced the exam.  Good thing I didn't let myself get distracted!!! 

 

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Got this from the wife for our first anniversary.  Love Hamilton watches.  Getting a vintage Khaki to go with it here in a couple weeks.

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I travel with my Speedy Pro. If it could serve an astronaut well travelling to the moon, it is certainly more than adequate to serve my needs! I also don't mind banging it up a bit.
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I travel with my Speedy Pro. If it could serve an astronaut well travelling to the moon, it is certainly more than adequate to serve my needs! I also don't mind banging it up a bit.

This. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, buffs out of the hesalite. 

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My Sensa pen, which uses a Fisher Space Pen refill along with my Explorer 2 and some accessories.  Actually, everything in this photo, other than the pen was given to me as a gift at some point.  

 

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I like those Khaki Autos. That's a lotta watch for $400. With that said, mine died after swimming for a few moments. Crystal fogged up and then it grinded to a halt. I think it's barely water resistant.

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Love the Case Bowie!

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