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PAM 115 (Marina for lefties)
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LK - the Longines and V&C look quite nice
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I will cry tonight, thinking of your watch.
Although, if the studs on the bracelet were in gold I would consider suicide.
What is this models number?
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Ugly cell phone pic of my IWC Big Pilot

THAT scan I remember! Now I remember you from TZ. I've abandoned the watch fora for about a year now, but I remember that shirt cuff.
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THAT scan I remember! Now I remember you from TZ. I've abandoned the watch fora for about a year now, but I remember that shirt cuff.

LOL - is that shirt so memorable?
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Ugly cell phone pic of my IWC Big Pilot

The original version. RIP.

Great collection, GDL.
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The original version. RIP.
Yes. I really dislike the red paint on the new version. Nor do I like the new numerals.
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Great collection, GDL.
Thanks. Always a work in progress...
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I will cry tonight, thinking of your watch

Fantastic timepiece and the photography shows it off.
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Hi Gunnar, It's a model 15202. The bracelet is all steel; there is no gold in it. All the best, - Jeff
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Thanks TheHoff,,, for your kind comment.
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Yes. I really dislike the red paint on the new version. Nor do I like the new numerals.

Completely agree on both counts. Though I think I might be able to forgive either if they hadn't changed the second hand.

I recently e-mailed IWC asking if the new dial and hands could be swapped out. I wasn't surprised when they said no.

I suppose I could get one custom done elsewhere but I've just taken it as a sign that I don't need a watch that would hand over the sides of my wrist.
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Jeff Low: That's probably nicest Seiko diver I've seen. 6309, I assume?
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Thanks whacked :>) Yes, it's a 6309.
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