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. Cedric

    Cedric Senior member

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    Not me, but an amazing Patek Philippe in a Pagani Huayra

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    Am I the only non-ballet who had to google the car? I mean, who hasn't heard of Pagani???
     


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    Thanks, I've had it for a while, didn't get around to taking pictures. It took a long time to find a new one since this is a discontinued version not the 42mm. Now to hunt down the GMT 16710.
     


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    Ha! This made me chuckle out loud. Then again, In a crowded plane taking off at 6am from Vegas, I wasn't out of place at all.
     


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    Is this Explorer 40 mm? And what is the model/ref. # if you don't mind sharing? It looks great.
     


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    It is Exp II 16750.
     


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    scottcw - those are very cool.


    ITS FRILLS!!!!!!!


    i never heard of it either.
     


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    Stupid auto-correct.... that was supposed to be "Non-baller" but I'm glad I'm not the only one.
     


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    :laugh:
     


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    Flake - do you have a close-up pic of your watch?
     


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    Ill see what I can do with this here iPhone...
     


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    [​IMG]

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    Doesn't quite do it justice.
     


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    still, WAY better than that first pic. :slayer:
     
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    also, lay the watch on its side on a table, then turn the phone sideways and rest one side flat on the table and hold it down from the other side so the angle is right, this will remove as much of the potential for hand shaking as possible. get in close, and then wait for the camera to focus in well, snap pic. voila!
     


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