- Jul 13, 2012
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Might be worth calling your insurer. Mine is pretty flexible with paperwork.Yes. I haven't updated the value since I bought it in the UK almost 20 years ago. There was a waitlist in Germany, where I was living at the time, so I grabbed it in London while on a business trip.
Buying a common Rolex model is buying a rarified piece? This isn't a thread for such hyped rarities Sir.Lol. You are so intent on launching a defence you have missed the message. As for tautological...give me strength.
You seem to be confusing this hobby to a macro environment, it ain’t, these are - largely - rarefied pieces.
Thank you! You know your time pieces I have the original bracelet and it is in very good condition but Im not a fan of the rattle from the endlinks so I picked up a unpolished bracelet from a 90's SD at a auction earlier this year.^
Nice 16800; I like the transitional Subs a lot. That later SEL bracelet paired with the old-school matte dial is a cool look, too.
Sure, why not? As long as your commute is less than 60 minutes, that is. Of course it is not as easy to use as a chronograph, but all you need to do is rotate the bezel marker to where the minute hand is, as I described in my earlier post, and then read the elapsed minutes off the bezel. On most dive watches only the first 15 minutes have minute-markers, so after that you need to guess-timate within the 10 minute range.So you're telling me, i could use my dive watches to accurately measure things like driving to work?
not a fan of that watch tho. it seems confused. or rather, it makes me confused.
Superb. 36mm or even less doesn't wear as small as people imagine. Your collection is awesome. I admire your taste in watches. How do you think this would look with square pushers instead? Maybe too dressy?