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Originally Posted by kook View Post


A Fublot, Rolex GMT II Master on a Nato, a "Bapex" on a Nato, a Cartier and a Tag

Hi,

Can you tell be the size of the Bapex strap? Is it 20 or 22??

Thanks
post #7938 of 34901
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

IWC Mark XV? Looks fantastic, whatever it is.
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
- one of the most underrated watches..
I'm really glad I managed to find a NOS one - it's a keeper.

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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
Mk XV
We've seen this shot before, yes? Still great.
post #7940 of 34901
How much do those run? 3500?
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Using today's exchange rates, I believe mine was about $3.8k. Used Mk XV's can be had for a good deal less, IIRC. For comparrison, a new Mk XVI is about $4.4k here.
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Just got this today, my first non-military watch, still peasant status. Vintage Hamilton automatic on a teju lizard grain band on my tiny wrist.

post #7943 of 34901
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new pickup



Beautiful! A classic! I like those much more than the new Deep Seas.
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Ich_Dien great watch, info on those gloves?
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Great thread.. nice
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
Using today's exchange rates, I believe mine was about $3.8k. Used Mk XV's can be had for a good deal less, IIRC. For comparrison, a new Mk XVI is about $4.4k here.

$3.8K? Wow, I'm pretty certain the Mark XV sold for less than that new in the US. Used, they (non-Spitfire dial, nicer imo) are around $4K now in shops, and $2,600-$3,000 used with papers, etc. on forums/eBay.

Here, the Mark XVI is around $3K new.

The Mark XV is a far more beautiful watch imo. I should never have sold mine.
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Picked this out of the box today: SM300 on braided perlon Nato. Seamasters never looked better.
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I am in fact wearing the same model today - a 165.024 from 1967 on a "MoD grey" NATO. But this one bears more scars, aging and patina than yours...

New build?

/M
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Nonserviam, you have an enviable collection.

I've never seen a NATO strap like that before -- looks cool.
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Very nice SM300!
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