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Didn't have a dress watch in my collection so got this a few week ago for my birthday

 

 

 

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You could certainly do worse. Nice choice...really handsome piece.

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Great watch, GO is fantastic.
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Just stop with all these RO's. Killing me.

And personally Tiger I'd lean for the white dial RO over the two tone, even though the latter looks very nice. For me, the white and blue dials are just stunning and classic RO. Even with her having a white dial DJ already, they are very different watches and will of course wear very differently.
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Fellas, advice needed.

I'm selling my Tag Carrera CS3110. Found a buyer in London. Any ideas on the best way to ship from the US, and is it worth it the headache? Thanks in advance.
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Didn't have a dress watch in my collection so got this a few week ago for my birthday

 

 

 

 

This is fantastic! +1 for going something sophisticated.

post #5617 of 5723
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Originally Posted by firenze_rob View Post

Fellas, advice needed.

I'm selling my Tag Carrera CS3110. Found a buyer in London. Any ideas on the best way to ship from the US, and is it worth it the headache? Thanks in advance.

Dude, somebody from London wants to buy a Tag from the U.S.? Smells fishy. 

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From Thursday and yesterday



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Both great.
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From Thursday and yesterday

Love this combination.  Well done my friend! :cheers:  

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Love this combination.  Well done my friend! cheers.gif   

You're very kind, thanks buddy nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by jermyzy View Post

Didn't have a dress watch in my collection so got this a few week ago for my birthday



Great choice. It's interesting how the German "revival" brands have become the standard bearers of these slightly more traditional-looking dials. They always have a bit of a modern twist, but the use of slimline Roman numerals and dainty hands has a very elegant classical effect.
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@Cleav is that the new date just?
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@Cleav is that the new date just?

hello mate, depends what you call new. I've had this fave twelve years biggrin.gif
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hello mate, depends what you call new. I've had this fave twelve years biggrin.gif
Yea I probably should have specified if it's a new reference. I really want an oyster to go along with my BLNR but probably not a wise decision given school is about to cost me about $100,000. I'll have to settle for looking at other peoples pictures.
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