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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. NonServiam

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    JLC is close to my heart, true dat! But not this time :)
     
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    Thanks man. You're quite right about the Asso. Got it out today to look at it again and certainly won't be selling.




    I have da small wrists too. Thanks NS.


    You going for a Rolex per chance?
     
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    NS - My second guess would be a Heuer Autavia but that was ruled out by no chronos. 70s design makes me think of a non-round watch.
     
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    Maybe :)


    Yeah, gotta love the Autavia! But three is quite enough.
     
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    I think he NS its from the 70's, but not a 70's design.
    Vintage Milgauss?
     
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    get the 183 and don't look back. i love the radiomir design. I had the 231 before (same case in rose gold) and i LOVED that watch. IMHO much more fun than the 113.
     
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    190 and 103
     
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    dat 103 :drool:

    you don't see many of those at all...quite a rare piece.....zenith movement correct?

    all these rads getting posted is making me hesitate on the A series luminor
     
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    Hah hah hah! [​IMG]

    Oh man..... [​IMG]
     
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    Explorer?
     
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    screw fun. tell me deets.
     
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    So, I've like totally figured out what it is. Maybe. Don't click if you want to keep the suspense :D


    Check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check & check.
    Check.


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    Descreet, but loud :slayer:
     
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    Wasn't a LE, but they didn't make very many. There were a few more of the white gold version (PAM 62) made. Yes, it's a Zenith automatic used as the base caliber. Very nicely decorated.
    I like that they kept the full 12 3 6 9 dial despite the small seconds at 9. It's my least typical PAM, my first, and my favorite.
     
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    SWEET JEZEBEL


     
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    I think my 62 is my favorite PAM.

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    Looks great Zip :nodding:

    A rash of Rads today!
     
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    Cleav, Flake, zippy, et al..... those are some great Radiomir pics.

    I'm contemplating a strap change when (or should I say "IF" this year?) the weather finally gets warm.


    Let the record show that I used the chronograph function on my Daytona today....waiting for power to be restored at the office. WTF.


    And I think Kaplan may be onto something with his detective work....if he's not correct, then I'd still say it's the best guess so far.
     
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    seeing all this makes me miss my panny a lil bit. :(
     
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