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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
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That's an awesome looking watch! Hope you don't mind me asking but how much does that watch cost, and can you recommend any good places that carry the brand? If you would like you can just PM me your response instead. Thanks.

-LR
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
That's an awesome looking watch! Hope you don't mind me asking but how much does that watch cost, and can you recommend any good places that carry the brand? If you would like you can just PM me your response instead. Thanks.

-LR

Dornblueth & Sohn
http://www.watchbuys.com/store/pc/Do...Dial-12p80.htm
^I'm sure there is more source, but I only know one.

http://www.dornblueth.com/flash.php?p=home&lang=en
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

Which model is this?
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Originally Posted by mikej77 View Post
Which model is this?

http://www.iwc.com/collection/aquatimer/
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
That's an awesome looking watch! Hope you don't mind me asking but how much does that watch cost, and can you recommend any good places that carry the brand? If you would like you can just PM me your response instead. Thanks.

-LR

Best place to buy it is straight from Dirk Dornblüth because it's a great experience, you can customize it with your own movement engraving, various options, and because Dirk is great. You'll have to be patient though
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
That's an awesome looking watch! Hope you don't mind me asking but how much does that watch cost, and can you recommend any good places that carry the brand? If you would like you can just PM me your response instead. Thanks.

-LR

Best place to buy it is straight from Dirk Dornblüth because it's a great experience, you can customize it with your own movement engraving, various options, and because Dirk is great. You'll have to be patient though
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Originally Posted by Rkjfk View Post

Ugh! More ugly beads!! Nice watch, though.
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Just got this yesterday for street wear. Sorry for the pics, I have no idea why I cannot take a good pic of this watch. All the wrist shots are horrid.

Better pics here:

http://yeomanseiko.wordpress.com/201...white-dolphin/

Looking for a strap....thinking a black Isofrane but I am open to options. Also looking for photography advice.



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You should buy The Wraith comic book instead of Spider-Man, mate Nice Seiko. Wear it in good health.
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I'm looking to buy my first automatic and I have a boner for the Christopher Ward C5 Malvern:
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I have been look around ebay, and have seen many pre-1900 Patek watches sell.

What is the consensus on these? Most of them seem to be around 2-3k
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Originally Posted by atct86 View Post
I have been look around ebay, and have seen many pre-1900 Patek watches sell.

What is the consensus on these? Most of them seem to be around 2-3k

They are that cheap? That's surprising. The only ones I see anywhere near that price range are all from Poland with new cases and 'old' parts.
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Ugh! More ugly beads!! Nice watch, though.
Could see that coming, thanks thou
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