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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. Rambo

    Rambo Well-Known Member

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    im also partial to germany; sue me [​IMG]
    What is the one in the center left with the brown band and subdials at 12 and 6? That salmon colored Sinn is gag inducing.
     
  2. Trompe le Monde

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    What is the one in the center left with the brown band and subdials at 12 and 6?

    That salmon colored Sinn is gag inducing.


    the large faced regulateur (44mm) is a sinn 6100. top dial is Hr and bottom is Sec. (its actually a little too large for me and i might offload)

    the rightmost Sinn is Flieger II. its actually my favorite [​IMG] color is something between a rose gold to copper IRL
     
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    I got these coming in too:

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    myke


    I like this one.
     
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    1950's chronometer by Election by The-0, on Flickr[/IMG]
    I'd prefer it on a leather strap, but it's a nice looking watch. Not a brand I know anything about.

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    Some watches age better than others, I like the way this one has gone.
    Nothing wrong with either, Trompe. Some lovely pieces there.

    +1
     
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    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    NOS Seiko 5 - model number unknown on Hirsch Liberty strap:

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    Thanks ManofKent for feedback

    Today Oysterquarz for me

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    I'd prefer it on a leather strap, but it's a nice looking watch. Not a brand I know anything about.

    thanks MOK, I'm still looking for a strap that suits it, the NATO's are fine for now but a nice croc or lizard in brown would age nicely with it in my opinion, yet to find one i'm willing to shell out on though.
     
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    Saw this GO for the first time yesterday - stunning in person (photo courtesy of watchprosite.com):

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  9. Rambo

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    Normally I'd be drooling all over that, what with the roman numerals and moonphase, but something about the missing 4 is bugging me. I can't put my finger on it.
     
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    [​IMG]

    /M


    What kind of band/strap is this?
     
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    What kind of band/strap is this?

    It's one of our leather NATOs, worn approx...3 years?

    /M
     
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    One of my favorite peices in rotation. The watch is currently under repair due to a mechanical failure, which was mildly disappointing since its been less than two years since I bought it. Fortunatly its still under Sinn warrenty. The picture was taken under my girlfriend's bedside lamp using her 4 yr old Sony point and shoot. [​IMG]
     
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    VERY cool pic!

    /M
     
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    Adrian


    Clear and nice VC
     
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    Another pic of my Rolex

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    Cant't get a decent photo of the dial without over-exposing the bezel. Tissot PR50 Automatic on a Hirsch Duke strap:

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    Bargain priced New Old Stock manual-wind Roamer 'Searock'. For a cheap 1970's watch it keeps remarkably good time:

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