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If you're looking to buy a second hand watch, this site is phenomenal - aggregates latest postings from various sites into 1 convenient spot ... you have been warned! http://www.elitedealseeker.com/index...tegory=watches
Damn you to hell. Actually having to go and search for shit was the only thing keeping me from expanding my watch collection!
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is that an Oyster-Quartz? It is stunning!

It's the one he keeps toying me with

That's a gorgeous Stowa, kgmessier. That Jacques Lemans looks nice, too.
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Heuer Carrera re-issue
LL
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Still enjoying my latest addition. The perfect watch for cleaning the apartment while my better half bakes scones for tomorrows tea. Which is how we spend our Saturday evening. Oh yes, living the high life
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does anyone know what brand of watch andrew zimmern wears on his tv show (bizarre foods)? i like the look of an orange, yellow or blue watch w/casual wear. any suggestions for this type of watch?
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Post a pic. You can change bands on any watch so that might be an easy way to add in some color. Central Watch straps FTW.
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1965 Ghost Faded
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^ Looks great - the indicies remind me of a PAM 359.
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That's pretty damn nice.
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Nice 5512 man! I'm plan on getting a meter first 5513 in couple months.
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1965 Ghost Faded
Very nice! BTW where do you guys get your NATO straps from? I used to get mine from Time Factors but their quality has gone downhill (too soft and frays easily unlike their earlier weaves that were solid).
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Very nice!

BTW where do you guys get your NATO straps from? I used to get mine from Time Factors but their quality has gone downhill (too soft and frays easily unlike their earlier weaves that were solid).


Benjamin, this is one spectacular 5512. Love the even patina on the dial and hands.

Kolecho: for NATO's try a search on Gnomon Watches:

http://www.gnomonwatches.com/Product-view.asp?id=20

Good quality, great choice, affordable price. I'm very happy with mine.

Boris
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This thread's title lends itself to misinterpretation. I am disappointed.
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^ Looks great - the indicies remind me of a PAM 359.
Thanks!
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That's pretty damn nice.
Thanks!
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Nice 5512 man! I'm plan on getting a meter first 5513 in couple months.
Thanks! The 5513 is certainly a classic as well. Good luck on your purchase.
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Very nice! BTW where do you guys get your NATO straps from? I used to get mine from Time Factors but their quality has gone downhill (too soft and frays easily unlike their earlier weaves that were solid).
Thanks Kolecho!I'd check out Squinky on ebay. IMHO he makes some of the best NATO straps on the market. http://stores.ebay.com/squinky
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Originally Posted by flanker2000fr View Post
Benjamin, this is one spectacular 5512. Love the even patina on the dial and hands. Kolecho: for NATO's try a search on Gnomon Watches: http://www.gnomonwatches.com/Product-view.asp?id=20 Good quality, great choice, affordable price. I'm very happy with mine. Boris
Thanks!
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