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Is that an Audemars?
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Is that an Audemars?

Definitely a Royal Oak
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Does the Royal Oak come in a midsize (<36mm)?
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Does the Royal Oak come in a midsize (<36mm)?

This is about 36mm.
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I should be getting a new leather strap and an olive nato pretty soon.

Love that Seiko. Where did you get it?
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Love that Seiko. Where did you get it?
Seiya Japan is the best place.
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No jealous, please!
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My first watch! Just got it yesterday from Seiya. I sent him PayPal on Friday and got it on Wednesday from Japan! Outstanding service, and a great price. (shitty cellphone pic). Seiko Spirit 007 w/ 6R15 mvmt. Here's a better picture of it from the web (not mine)
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Here's my contribution to the Watch Porn thread. As a digital photographer I wanted a quality shot of my own watch. This is a Fossil skeleton Aut-o-matic that I absolutely love. It has no battery, fueled only by my own kinetic motion.

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Reminding me that Lange make some very nice things.
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Reminding me that Lange make some very nice things.
Were you under the impression that they didn't?
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Were you under the impression that they didn't?
Not at all; hence 'reminded'.

Having said that, while things like this and the 1815 are simply wonderful, they also make some watches that don't appeal to me at all.
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It has no battery, fueled only by my own kinetic motion.
If only my motion was kinetic I might be able to wear one of these automatic watches.






j/k Ariston - nice pic and welcome to SF
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gorgeous!
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