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

The Watch Appreciation Thread - Page 506

post #7576 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
Wow. Is the watch in that pristine condition or is it the picture?
The dial is perfect. The hands have some patina, not showing as much in that picture. The case is unpolished, and therefore showing its age here and there.
post #7577 of 34700
Have any of you tried the new version of the IWC Portofino? Or seen it in person,

http://www.worldwatchreview.com/2011...atic-ref-3565/

Considering getting the Black strap with white dial, and then buying a brown strap too. But need to see it in person first.
post #7578 of 34700
That is an absolutely stunning Omega, Non. Just stunning.
post #7579 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post
The dial is perfect. The hands have some patina, not showing as much in that picture. The case is unpolished, and therefore showing its age here and there.
168005 case ?? right ? , i would prefer stainless steal than gold caped
post #7580 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post


Now, if they made that again in 37mm, I'd be all over it.

In a slightly sportier bucket, has anyone seen the new Stowa Partitio? http://www.manufactum.com/Produkt/19...aPartitio.html
post #7581 of 34700

post #7582 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post
The dial is perfect. The hands have some patina, not showing as much in that picture. The case is unpolished, and therefore showing its age here and there.


CONSTELLATION IS A FANTASTIC WATCH
post #7583 of 34700
my explorer and speedy:



post #7584 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by Concordia View Post
Now, if they made that again in 37mm, I'd be all over it.

In a slightly sportier bucket, has anyone seen the new Stowa Partitio? http://www.manufactum.com/Produkt/19...aPartitio.html

NonServiam's Constellation is definitely a beauty.

Yes, those Manufactum Stowas are always really nice.
post #7585 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by MartinHansen View Post
Have any of you tried the new version of the IWC Portofino? Or seen it in person, http://www.worldwatchreview.com/2011...atic-ref-3565/ Considering getting the Black strap with white dial, and then buying a brown strap too. But need to see it in person first.
WANT! That's hot.
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
That is an absolutely stunning Omega, Non. Just stunning.
I swear I've never seen a vintage in such great condition. Something about that watch just screams class.
post #7586 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by MartinHansen View Post
Have any of you tried the new version of the IWC Portofino? Or seen it in person,

http://www.worldwatchreview.com/2011...atic-ref-3565/

Considering getting the Black strap with white dial, and then buying a brown strap too. But need to see it in person first.

To each their own, of course, but I find the upside-down Roman VI (oops, I meant IΛ) really annoying on that dial. It wrecks the otherwise simple elegance and just seems gimmicky. I don't understand what is going on with IWC design lately.
post #7587 of 34700
Favorite watch.
post #7588 of 34700
Not sure how to get photo not to appear as an attachment - advice appreciated! Grand Seiko SBGR 051. Shot taken with iPhone.
LL
post #7589 of 34700
Lovely Seiko there.
post #7590 of 34700
Quote:
Originally Posted by bhall41 View Post
Not sure how to get photo not to appear as an attachment - advice appreciated! Grand Seiko SBGR 051. Shot taken with iPhone.

very nice! big fan of the GS. If you host the image on an external site, you will see code to copy and paste into your post after clicking the picture icon.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The Watch Appreciation Thread