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OT: Another Watch Thread for the Clotheshorse

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by norcaltransplant, Sep 2, 2006.

  1. grimslade

    grimslade Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely--we can coordinate a good time for interested parties (to ogle a sub-$400 watch, that is). I work in the golden triangle/rectangle of Aaron Faber, Wempe, Cellini and Tourneau. . .

    Excellent.

    I work downtown but travel in and out of Grand Central, FWIW.
     
  2. jml90

    jml90 Well-Known Member

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    I don't even know what that means; it's irrevelant.

    Look at this beauty at 24mm x 43mm:

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    To tell you the truth I don't know, I'm on a new medication.
     
  3. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Well-Known Member

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    My first watch purchase in over two years, a Chinese tourbillon:

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  4. Violinist

    Violinist Well-Known Member

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    Case in point about size of watches... I was crazy about the Ulysee Nardin "Blue Wave", which is 41mm... but it looked tiny on my wrist and I didn't end up buying it. I opted for an Omega Planet Ocean instead, which was 45.5mm but wasn't overwhelming for my wrist size... that watch is now gone and I'm into Panerai at this point for casual looks.
     
  5. LabelKing

    LabelKing Well-Known Member

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    My wrist is 6.25 inches so in terms of practicality, I'm inclined towards smaller watches.
     

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