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I think the way you’re wearing it is exactly how it should be.
Thank you very much. I wore it the other day with that knit and something about it just felt right.I think the way you’re wearing it is exactly how it should be.
I often see men wearing a watch like that with short sleeves and it just screams bling. I suppose that’s the intent.
But here, the bulk and color blends in harmoniously with the textures and colors surrounding it.
Perhaps it’s just good photography, but it’s a nice presentation.
I got this watch because I love the way it looks. For years, though, I felt uncomfortable wearing it showing because it stood out so much. I'd always have it under my sleeve so only I knew it was there. Since I got the Reverso, I'm enjoying this one once again.you have good instincts.
Great photo, as usual.
It's really scary. There are videos on YouTube where you can't tell the difference until you take the caseback off and compare the movements.Great photo, as usual.
On the recent subject of fakes, there was a recent WUS thread from earlier this week in which a long time member, self proclaimed "Rolex expert" called out someone for posting a fake Sub. The alleged faker wasn't having it and, after a couple dozen (I think) pages of comments, he proved it was real and the OP ate crow before the mods locked the thread. Even though that watch turned out to be real, I guess it goes to show how convincing Rolex fakes can be now that a so called "expert" called someone out like that. Goes to show you often can't judge genuineness by an internet photo unless it's a really obvious fake.