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I need a new band. Where can I get a croc/gator band for a good price?
Try Manhattan Band Co. 10 w. 47th (booth 14) 212-869-3828
post #602 of 34805
My new baby, Seiko SKX033. Thoughts?




post #603 of 34805
I picked this up from Aaron Faber Gallery a few years ago. It is a WWII German pilots watch. (I posted it the other day on the Cool Old Watches Thread) Note the non-reflective case. The crystal and sweep second hand have been replaced but it keeps very good time.
post #604 of 34805
Some very cool watches. I really like some of the vintage watches.

I am picking up a Tag Monaco next week. Black faced chrono. Can't wait.
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This is a Martin Braun "La Sonnerie I". No. 65/100. It has a very nice chime/ring to the alarm that is fun to set before a meeting when you want it to be a short one. The band is croc and deep navy that is a nice compliment to the blue hands. I got this because I enjoy the old style numerals and crowns. They give it a simple vintage style but in a modern watch.
post #606 of 34805
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Originally Posted by RichardKunin View Post
My favorite dress watch:


Rolex Sea - Dweller:


Rolex DateJust:


More later.

Love the SeaDweller.
post #607 of 34805
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Love the SeaDweller.

Me too. I didn't used to like it, but over the years it's grown on me. That and the Explorer I are my favorite Rolex models.
post #608 of 34805
Some more.













The one on the end (gold and black) is by far my favorite vintage watch that I own.
post #609 of 34805
RichardKunin

I always dream of owning a pair of high end watch. still too young
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Originally Posted by playdohh22 View Post
RichardKunin

I always dream of owning a pair of high end watch. still too young

Most of them my wife bought me as presents. All I can say is, I married the right woman. I'm sure in due time, you too will own a few high end watches.
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Richard, that Seamaster is outstanding. Is that in the current line-up or is it an older piece? Very nice collection-lot's of variety.
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That's a vintage Seamaster.
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Here's my limited edition Speedmaster...

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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
This is a Martin Braun "La Sonnerie I". No. 65/100. It has a very nice chime/ring to the alarm that is fun to set before a meeting when you want it to be a short one. The band is croc and deep navy that is a nice compliment to the blue hands. I got this because I enjoy the old style numerals and crowns. They give it a simple vintage style but in a modern watch.

that is a stunning watch psg... I had a look at the Martin Braun website as a result and they make some great watches (some have a very Lange and Sohne aesthetic which I like)

Unfortunately just like the Lange and Sohne's they are out of my price range! (at least for now...)
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Here's my limited edition Speedmaster...


Nice pic JonF - I like the light effect on the domed crystal
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