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Rymanocerous

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See, I absolutely think the bluesy is 100% casual. It'll likely be my next watch bc I imagine it will arrive before a GMT BLNR at my AD
Man I just cant deal with it, just a big fat, awkward flashy turd. So many better options for that kind of $$$. But I get it, people love their Rolies. Now a black, 2 line no date...that's a good looking casual tool watch.
 

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Man I just cant deal with it, just a big fat, awkward flashy turd. So many better options for that kind of $$$. But I get it, people love their Rolies. Now a black, 2 line no date...that's a good looking casual tool watch.
It's more muted on wrist, but I get it. Had to warm up to it myself. Was offered this when I was there yesterday... this is a flashy you know what
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I have had this once since new in 1994: Explorer II 16570 Polar. Purchased when it was not cool but I liked it.
- all original but the fixed bezel was replaced on the last service because all black lacquer was gone
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The visible joint is not really what bothered me but the metal/staple that we can see inside the joint.
I wasn't sure if that could affect the lifespan of the shoe, but then I was told that it should not affect it so I have kept the second pair.

You can see the metal circled in red.
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Thank you all for your help!
Back to topic. BTW beautiful time pieces!!

I can see just minor flaws in those boots. I suggest returning the ones that not fit and enjoy the ones you are keeping. You will always find minor defects in shoes when buying on-line.

Shoes are meant to protect your feet and inevitably you will damage, blem or scratch them.
 

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Does anyone here have an upside down photo comparing Forest and Uetam loafers side by side? Would really like to see how a Forest loafer looks like next to a Uetam one.
 

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Does anyone here have an upside down photo comparing Forest and Uetam loafers side by side? Would really like to see how a Forest loafer looks like next to a Uetam one.
I’ve got both so I can take a picture for you but what do you mean by upside down?
 

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