Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
can you take it out in the water still?
I would go for the 1675 or the 1680. Aesthetically though, I think I do prefer the pepsi 1675. Just such a damn good looking watch. I have really been craving one.
The 1655 is also just super cool. One of my favorite references.
I could, it's been pressure tested.
However I don't intend too.
surprise surprise me and nuke agree again!!
top of the list ATM is in fact a 1675
Im going on a cruise to celebrate July 4th,and damn I wish I had a sub to take with me
Excellent choice. Based on the photos you've posted here in the past its a beauty!
Talking about Subs only, I don't think vintage is the way to go for a first-time Rolex buyer, which it sounds like Mimo might be?
If you opt for the 16610, you can get a pretty much new watch (< 10 years) that also looks -- in my opinion -- quite a bit nicer than the current generation. D-Series forward is mid-2000s, no lug holes and RRR -- which just makes it slightly less likely you'll end up with a fake.
Don't get me wrong, I'd dearly love a red Sub from my birth year (1969) myself, but the prices are ... unattractive.
"End of Days" AP ROO! Boom!
Ahnold looking SERIOUS in "End of Days"! Boom Boom!
I am not a big fan of AP ROO but this piece in titanium somehow seems very attractive to me, as portrayed in this picture. Why is that?
Boom! Boom! Boom!
(I am not sure why I ended up liking and using the term "Boom!" recently)
But seriously speaking, this is on offer right now for me. I am sorely tempted, but I am belatedly - after the splurge from November through March - exercising my willpower.
Rolex Double Red Sea Dweller Mark IV ref 1665 baby! Ugh, so tempting.
Pow! Right in the feels! Get behind me Satan.
But how to resist THIS!
As you said - GET BEHIND ME (and on topic)!
In "End of Days" Gabriel Byrne was an investment banker who ended up being the Devil himself. Is that just cliche or what. I mean, I do know one or two decent investment bankers...
Thanks for the advice. the condition or the 'accuracy' of the watch is less important to me than the year. I am trying to create a heirloom that my father would have bought for the occasion of my birth. Long story....
I always preferred Al Pacino's power lawyer in Devil's Advocate.
He's probably wearing that watch ...
I loved Charlize Theron in Devil's Advocate. Then again, I love Charlize Theron. Period.
"Iconic" pic of Charlize at a Lakers game wearing a DSSD:
Lovely pic of Charlize getting all passionate about the game - while some guy with a PP Aquanaut sits beside her, most likely thinking horrible thoughts.
Thank you sir.
The ultimate leather watch band?
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