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The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Brei

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.

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  1. GuidoWongolini

    GuidoWongolini Well-Known Member

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    Using the timer. Sorry I'm not at a cafe.
    - macro setting.. The flower icon on the wheel.. & the strap will soften, though don't wear in the water as the strap is not water-proof (crazy but true).
    - SS bro says high Ti bro
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  2. SoCal2NYC

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    I was on macro.

    I have no problems with the strap or the way it's worn...so not sure why the other dude was concerned.
     
  3. btinl

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    I was on macro.

    I have no problems with the strap or the way it's worn...so not sure why the other dude was concerned.


    Loose straps are uncomfortable (for me, at least).
     
  4. mockingboy

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    Not a great picture but a great watch.
     
  5. bdeuce22

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    Stowa Marine Automatic

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    That's a nice looking watch
     
  7. zjpj83

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    I'm currently having a Patek serviced by HSWA - will have to post pics when I get it back
     
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    its really nice. i want to find new straps for it though. anyone have good sources?
     
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    Not a great picture but a great watch.


    that's my grail watch right there. beautiful.
     
  10. Celotil

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    Not good photos, but good watches.

    The three dials on the face of the chunkier all-stainless watch actually do stuff, even if the outer ring with the 60-10-20-30-40-50 digits doesn't - calendar, stop watch, alarm, 24hr dial, plus the usual time.

    The simpler stainless steel and gold watch is called the Stiletto - don't ask me why - and all it does is tell the time. No second hand, just minute and hour - perfectly minimal for me. The blackish areas on the face and band are gold-coloured (could be gold leaf considering how much I paid for such a minimal watch) but unfortunately didn't show up in the picture.

    Both are Eco-Drive watches from Citizen. Not as stylish as an automatic, but they don't need new batteries because their faces are solar panels, recharging the watch from any light source that shines on them.
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    picked up this one around xmas

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  12. TC (Houston)

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    I know Rolex gets no love here, but here's wife's new piece for her bday. She wanted a men's size for casual wear, I think it's pretty hot on her. She snapped the pic on the way home today from getting it sized.

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    I'm currently having a Patek serviced by HSWA - will have to post pics when I get it back

    Wow, awesome. Can't wait to see it!
     
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    I know Rolex gets no love here, but here's wife's new piece for her bday. She wanted a men's size for casual wear, I think it's pretty hot on her. She snapped the pic on the way home today from getting it sized.

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    A Benz, a huge diamond, and a Rolex.. you must live in the Woodlands [​IMG]
     
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    picked up this one around xmas

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    DSG

    Love this Link.
     
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    A Benz, a huge diamond, and a Rolex.. you must live in the Woodlands [​IMG]

    LOL, no, but I see why you might guess that. [​IMG]
     
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    I know Rolex gets no love here, but here's wife's new piece for her bday. She wanted a men's size for casual wear, I think it's pretty hot on her. She snapped the pic on the way home today from getting it sized.

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    I'm sorry I couldn't see the watch because of all the light reflecting off the boulder masquerading as a diamond ring.

    I'm sure it's nice though...
     
  18. TC (Houston)

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    I'm sorry I couldn't see the watch because of all the light reflecting off the boulder masquerading as a diamond ring.

    I'm sure it's nice though...


    Oh c'mon it's not that bad. LOL One of the main reasons I picked this watch was that I felt it went nicely with the rest of her everyday jewelry.
     
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    I'm sorry I couldn't see the watch because of all the light reflecting off the boulder masquerading as a diamond ring.

    dude, he's from texas.........'nuff said.
     
  20. GuidoWongolini

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    I know Rolex gets no love here, but here's wife's new piece for her bday. She wanted a men's size for casual wear, I think it's pretty hot on her. She snapped the pic on the way home today from getting it sized.
    - nothing wrong with Rolex, like it or not they are like MB in that they have strong brand/resale & all others are judged by them
    - nice
     
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