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Thank you Monsieur Samourai.
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Vintage 1945 British military issue Omega. 

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Planet Ocean (2500 caliber)

 

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Received this Waltham pocket-watch as a gift.

EDIT Turns out this watch isn't necessarily pr0n worthy. I still think it is a beautiful watch... but It it isn't nearly as old, rare, or valuable as I initially thought. Due to outsourcing the hunter cases, the serial numbers ceased matching on the case and movements, resulting in confusion over the actual vintage. As a result, I've discovered It was "only" made in 1918...

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Edited by rostov - 12/1/11 at 7:13am
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Originally Posted by Zeppelin View Post

Planet Ocean (2500 caliber)

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i have the same watch with orange bezel...
its one of the best watches for the price imho
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5512 on cordovan NATO


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Unlike other members' experiences, the strap fits nicely on my wrist, and I do not have to fight to get it through the case and the springbars.
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^ looks really bulky and I don't like the combination of brown + black.
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Originally Posted by flanker2000fr View Post

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Unlike other members' experiences, the strap fits nicely on my wrist, and I do not have to fight to get it through the case and the springbars.

Be great if your name was I. Hulk.
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Thread Starter 
Don't know if it's the angle but uhoh.gif
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The watch itself looks gigantic on your wrist. The Lugs appear to be extending past your wrist...
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Reminds of pics on TZ of kids wearing their dad's watches
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And this is why a Rolex should stay on its bracelet nod[1].gif

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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

And this is why a Rolex should stay on its bracelet nod%5B1%5D.gif

No. The Oyster case was designed to be worn on a strap, granted not the one the member showed, but a strap nonetheless.
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Originally Posted by NonServiam View Post

Two brothers. Transitional Submariner 16808 and GMT 16758. Sapphire and nipple dial. Not as cool as the older plexi models, I'll admit, but interesting in their own right.
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Love the brown strap!!
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