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Finally my first GMT.


Really nice one!
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glashütte original chronograph xl

nice! i love dress chronos.
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Finally my first GMT.

Congrats! I have a soft spot for the new two-tone GMTs, really nice!
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forgive the intrusion in the watch porn thread is there a thread up on the boards about watch troubleshooting? I have a seiko spirit that has decided to start running fast - not familiar w/ this phenom.
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Added Swiss Legend Watch
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Originally Posted by Astronaut888 View Post
forgive the intrusion in the watch porn thread

is there a thread up on the boards about watch troubleshooting?


I have a seiko spirit that has decided to start running fast - not familiar w/ this phenom.

How fast are we talking about? While I really love my blue spark, but it's not exactly my most accurate watch.
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gorgeous 5512 above. as it happens im wearing my favourite nato today


oh gosh these so called NATO straps are so cheapy looking, SF'er should know better than to wear a watch strap just because some lame actor in a some spy movie decided to wear one on-screen. If he wore a watch strap made out of dirty toilet paper you guys would be wearing it too. I am so glad only like 0.00000001% of the population of watch wearers actually wear a NATO strap, glad you guys are the minority, so you are not lowering the standards of watch wearers.
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Though I myself prefer a steel bracelet (or even a nice leather one), there's nothing wrong with a good Nato strap.
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edit : nvm
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Today this one

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oh gosh these so called NATO straps are so cheapy looking, SF'er should know better than to wear a watch strap just because some lame actor in a some spy movie decided to wear one on-screen. If he wore a watch strap made out of dirty toilet paper you guys would be wearing it too. I am so glad only like 0.00000001% of the population of watch wearers actually wear a NATO strap, glad you guys are the minority, so you are not lowering the standards of watch wearers.

gtfo - that Omega on the NATO looks top notch. A sparkling new watch would look silly on a nylon or canvas strap, but a vintage sports watch looks great. Current style trends aside, a cloth strap is certainly more comfortable, especially in the summer. I have a 2003 sub and a 2005 baume mercier capeland 2-tone, both of which stay put on their metal bands. I have an old, beat up quartz seamaster that will soon find a home on a cloth strap just so my wrist won't be all pete schwetty.
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I know this has not place here with these fine watches, but I figured it was a pretty cool picture at least.
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Today this one

Really beautiful. What's the model/collection?
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Originally Posted by kgmessier View Post
Really beautiful. What's the model/collection?

Thanks.
I am not sure that I know which model or collection is. That watch from 90s I believe.
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