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  1. sterlingprice

    Filson Bag Thread: With Pictures

    Even without any treatment it is far more waterproof than I expected. I got caught in a downpour late summer; stopped; turned my bag upside down, and about a half pint of water poured out of the outside pockets. The inside was still dry. Caveat -- it was only out in the rain for a few...
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    Hamilton watch.. which one?

    I've had this Jazzmaster Viewmatic for four years. I'm in my early 30's and it has worked well. Love this one. I am not a huge fan of the kahki king. Just a little too busy for me.
  3. sterlingprice

    brown loafer help

    How about these: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/3...s-For-Men.html
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    What are some good watch models to wear with a NATO strap?

    The Mercedes hour hand and the gold gated hour markers (look at a modern submariner) might be a good indication that it was a Rolex/Tudor watch that was produced for Tiffanys. IWC made a Tiffany's branded Ingenieur even going so far as to use the famed IWC c85x in house movement. It is highly...
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    What are some good watch models to wear with a NATO strap?

    Here is my vintage Tiffany's diver on a NATO: I also have this Hamilton on a NATO as well: I think "sporty" watches like divers and chronos look good on NATOs. Love the Tiffany's diver. Any idea who made it?
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    The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Brei

    I understand it. Fair point, but OP did ask for the best... OP, feel free to PM for a more reasonable possibility in the same neighborhood.
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    Shoes - if you could only have 3-4 pairs, what would they be?

    -Black punched captoe: eg. AS Greenwich -Dark Brown Wingtip: eg. C&J Finsbury -Bordeaux Pennyloafer eg. Bass Weejun -Sand Suede chukka eg. Clarks Desert Boot Some are over 300 USD, others under but they should balance each other out... Nicely done.
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    The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Brei

    I have not found any I actually liked on both side. Wearing a watch with the crown on the left doesn't work for me, so having 2 was my solution, Sorry for being redundant. View on mechanism appealed me a lot. And engravable version is the most classic version, I think there is nothing to...
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    The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Brei

    For the New Yorkers in this thread, I have a watch with a 2824-2 running about 30 seconds fast per day. I do not think it is magnetized as the watch has anti magnetic properties. Anyone know of a good reputable watch repair person in NYC. I just want to take it to the best place possible...
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    Underrated US Cities

    Cincinnati is great to visit, but not to live. I dump on it all the time as a transplant coming from Connecticut (which is great because it has the best location in the United States), but there is a lot to like. 1. Decent symphony 2. Surprisingly good food (Nicola, Via Vite, Jean-Robert's...
  11. sterlingprice

    Watch Experts. Giuliano Mazzuoli??

    So its 26:23?
  12. sterlingprice

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

    I was going to ask what this was, then I saw the mirror. Very nice; classic.

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