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post #121 of 151
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Originally Posted by Twotone View Post
Omega vs. Rolex
BMW vs. Mercedes Benz
Nikon vs. Canon
Alden vs. Allen Edmonds
Kiton vs. Brioni
Mont Blanc vs. Waterman
Asian girls vs. Russian girls

Ho, hum....

Twotone

Omega
BMW
Pentax
Allen Edmonds
Brioni
Pelikan
No comment as my wife would smack me
post #122 of 151
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Originally Posted by Twotone View Post
Omega vs. Rolex
BMW vs. Mercedes Benz
Nikon vs. Canon
Alden vs. Allen Edmonds
Kiton vs. Brioni
Mont Blanc vs. Waterman
Asian girls vs. Russian girls

Ho, hum....

Twotone

Rolex
BMW
Nikon
Alden
Brioni
Mont Blanc
Russian
post #123 of 151
rolex BMW canon allen edmonds brioni mont blanc im asian, but russian girls plz
post #124 of 151
Quote:
Originally Posted by Twotone View Post
Omega vs. Rolex
BMW vs. Mercedes Benz
Nikon vs. Canon
Alden vs. Allen Edmonds
Kiton vs. Brioni
Mont Blanc vs. Waterman
Asian girls vs. Russian girls

Ho, hum....

Twotone

Rolex
BMW
Alden
neither
either
Have to say Asian, or my Lao wife would smack me.
post #125 of 151
not surprising the Rolex fans also like MB pens
post #126 of 151
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Originally Posted by Mathew J View Post
not surprising the Rolex fans also like MB pens
Lol Anyway, I am a Rolex "fan" and I don't particularly like Montblanc pens. I actually prefer Dunhill pens.
post #127 of 151
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Originally Posted by emakris View Post
Lol

Anyway, I am a Rolex "fan" and I don't particularly like Montblanc pens. I actually prefer Dunhill pens.

Don't get me wrong, MB does some amazing things with their limited editions, though most people don't even consider these and instead focus on their meisterstuck line and starwalker.

I have owned a number of MBs over the years, and still own two, a Chopin FP and a Generations ballpoint, both gifts from my wife...and while they are "good" pens, they both aren't nearly as good as a few others I have owned, all of which cost alot less...namely Namiki, Pelikan, Aurora, and Cross.

I usually find Rolex guys also have a tendency to like other "similar" products, Montblanc, Harley Davidson, Mercedes, Bose, Armani, Ferragamo....mainstream brands that are often bested by slightly lower cost competitors
post #128 of 151
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Originally Posted by Twotone View Post
Omega vs. Rolex
BMW vs. Mercedes Benz
Nikon vs. Canon
Alden vs. Allen Edmonds
Kiton vs. Brioni
Mont Blanc vs. Waterman
Asian girls vs. Russian girls

Mercedes
Nikon
AE
Brioni
No Opinion
Brazilian (sorry, they top them all)
post #129 of 151
I thought long and hard before I bought my latest watch. I just couldn't bring myself to buy a Rolex (and I didn't have enough money to consider looking at a Daytona!). I've previously bought Breitling's so it's nice to have a change.

Speedmaster Professional 40th Anniversary limited edition





post #130 of 151
Quote:
Originally Posted by Twotone View Post
Omega vs. Rolex
BMW vs. Mercedes Benz
Nikon vs. Canon
Alden vs. Allen Edmonds
Kiton vs. Brioni
Mont Blanc vs. Waterman
Asian girls vs. Russian girls

Ho, hum....

Twotone

Omega
Benz
Nikon
Alden
Both
no opinion
Asian girls by far. nothing beats them.
post #131 of 151
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Originally Posted by Pengranger View Post
I thought long and hard before I bought my latest watch. I just couldn't bring myself to buy a Rolex (and I didn't have enough money to consider looking at a Daytona!). I've previously bought Breitling's so it's nice to have a change.

Speedmaster Professional 40th Anniversary limited edition






a great looking watch with a great story. i'm not a fan of the apollo 11 emblem but that is just a personal preference. i just steer toward simplicity and minimalism. congrats on the purchase, it should serve you well!
post #132 of 151
Got one of these:





And I've been drooling over this one for a while now:

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean:



myke
post #133 of 151
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Originally Posted by js4design View Post
a great looking watch with a great story. i'm not a fan of the apollo 11 emblem but that is just a personal preference. i just steer toward simplicity and minimalism. congrats on the purchase, it should serve you well!

+1

I prefer stylish simplicity as well, which is why the basic Seamaster is my favourite watch.
post #134 of 151
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
+1 I prefer stylish simplicity as well, which is why the basic Seamaster is my favourite watch.
The Seamaster is an icon watch, but I actually prefer this mid-size time-only Railmaster -- a sports watch on a bracelet and a dress watch on leather strap . Staying with simplicity theme, the Explorer is my favorite Rolex. At less than 1/2 the price of the Explorer, the Railmaster is the better value IMO. Twotone
post #135 of 151
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Originally Posted by Twotone View Post
The Seamaster is an icon watch, but I actually prefer this mid-size time-only Railmaster -- a sports watch on a bracelet and a dress watch on leather strap . Staying with simplicity theme, the Explorer is my favorite Rolex. At less than 1/2 the price of the Explorer, the Railmaster is the better value IMO.

Twotone


As someone who owned a K series Explorer, A series datejust, and now a White/Blue Aqua Terra I would agree...the Omega cost me new less than my A Datejust, and a good deal less than the Explorer and is better in virtually every way.





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