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post #8311 of 37144
Very nice 210. The gold hands threw me.
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post
There's about 4 of us here surrounded by haters.

^^ Nice wrist shot, PG.

Here's another. 103 today. Regular on Paneristi also.
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Pam 005

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so many italians lately

here's a little german engineering, glashütte original

cheers~
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Originally Posted by dappledown View Post
Vintage Datejust 1601 Circa 1969
On an Antique Brown Alligator Strap by My Bro Aaron.


1601/4 is one of my favorites. A bit too small for my fat wrists, but lovely nonetheless.
post #8316 of 37144
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1601/4 is one of my favorites. A bit too small for my fat wrists, but lovely nonetheless.


I think unless your wrists are >8.25 inches, you can rock the classic datejust.

36mm is more than sufficient for most people. I know I am looking forward to getting my Seamaster 120 back, and it's only 37 mm.
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I concur. Was worried about the 36mm size since I was used to 42mms and <gasp> 46mm BR01-94 But the DJ is sublime. The fluted bezel makes the DJ wear a little bigger. A contrasting dark leather strap also makes it look bigger than its 36mm.

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I think unless your wrists are >8.25 inches, you can rock the classic datejust.

36mm is more than sufficient for most people. I know I am looking forward to getting my Seamaster 120 back, and it's only 37 mm.
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Originally Posted by dappledown View Post
Vintage Datejust 1601 Circa 1969
On an Antique Brown Alligator Strap by My Bro Aaron.


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so many italians lately

here's a little german engineering, glashütte original

cheers~

Not a fan of the leather wristbands - if you can call them that - but the German engineering is certainly sexy enough.
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Quite an underrated chronograph maker. Nice!
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Quite an underrated chronograph maker. Nice!

Agreed. This one is on my radar. Nice history with interesting complication. Looks great.
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Originally Posted by notsexyenough View Post



so many italians lately

here's a little german engineering, glashütte original

cheers~

Sorry for deviating from the main theme, but I just love your bracelets! Can you share with us where did you get them?
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Originally Posted by Galix View Post


Sorry for deviating from the main theme, but I just love your bracelets! Can you share with us where did you get them?

Those look like Tod's.
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Originally Posted by kolecho View Post


Quite an underrated chronograph maker. Nice!

Zenith, underrated?
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Sorry for deviating from the main theme, but I just love your bracelets! Can you share with us where did you get them?

Those look like Tod's.

Spot on sir
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